Marcia Beckworth became the third Night Mask, after the second one passed away. She used her super powers to help her teammates in the Protectors.
John Aman is the Amazing-Man, a man endowed with special abilities by a sect of secret mystics in Tibet. The character is in the public domain.
Drake Steven's love of birds led to him creating a suit that enabled him to fly. Using the suit to help fight crime, he became the winged warrior known as Air Man.
Man of War was visited by the god of war, Mars, and gave him his special abilities. He has gained the ability to summon a sword of fire as well as super strength, invulnerability and agility.
Former Super Model Morgan Dubay, Acquires the power to Project fields of colorful force. She leaves modelling and becomes the Superheroine known as Aura. Later she joins the Supranormal team known as the Protectors.
Arc is the youngest member of the Protectors, still in her teens. A mutant with the ability to cause her bio electricity to combine with other electrical current in powerful bolts.
Eternal Man is an immortal fighter of injustice.
The Ferret is the agile brawler of the Protectors.
One of the first of the superheroes, he didn't last long enough to get a secret idenity
90's Malibu comics version of Fantom of the Fair the completely different "Gravestone" he become a member of the Protectors.
Mighty Man is the last survivor of a race of giants. He was found by an American scientist and adopted as his own child, where he was raised in America. An experiment allowed him to change his size at will.
The Witch is an enchantress who can use her pheromone control to dominate the minds of men, all in the pursuit of justice. Her pheromones tend to cause members of the female species to be violent towards her.
Ralph Payne was a member of a U.S. intelligence agency. Feeling that he could not effectively fight crime in his civilian guise, he turns to costumed crime fighting, becoming Arrow.
Debated to be one of the first of comics Masked Mystery Men.
Mr. Monday is the leader of the Steel Army, a gang of criminals who all wear power armor. His intention was to destroy Washington, DC.
The Eye of Justice in Upon You!
Chalice gained his abilities when he was struck by a small piece of a unique meteorite in his left eye. He was mandated by the government to lead the Protectors. He can shoot an energy blast from his left eye.
Piper is an Ex-Mutant and has a sonic scream. She became a member of the Protectors.
Tanya is an Ex-Mutant and is skilled with her energy swords. She became a member of the Protectors.
Richard Reinhart became the second Night Mask to follow in his father's footsteps. His main motivation was to make his father proud, even if his crime fighting skills were sorely lacking.
Thresher is the child of Neptune and a mermaid. He has aquatic-based powers and is a member of the Protectors.
Miss Fury is one of the earliest female heroes in the pulp era, featured prominently from 1941 to 1952. Created, written and drawn by June Tarpe Mills, one of the few women in the business at the time. Miss Fury was the inspiration for Marvel's Hellcat.
The Great Question is an evil mastermind and powerful supervillain who is the relentless foe of the Amazing Man. Great Question made his first appearance in Amazing-man comics #5 (September 1939).
Widow Maker is a foe of the Protectors.
Wisecrack is an alien being who has fought against the Protectors.
Extreme is a foe of the Protectors, the Ex-Mutants and the Dinosaurs For Hire.
Flechette is a member of the Regulators.
Lightfoot is a member of the Regulators and their leader.
Buckshot is a member of the Regulators.
Bandoleer is a member of the Regulators.
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