Public Domain Characters appears in 3856 issues.
Ace Hart the Atom Man is young scientist who was able to harness atomic energy to his own body and became a costumed adventurer and later works for the Department of Space Defense.
Achilles was the central character and greatest warrior in Homer's classic tale The Iliad. He was said to be the most handsome hero who fought against Troy. He was killed by a poisoned arrow fired into his heel.
Forever on one drink
Classic thief from Arabian Nights.
The "Alice in Wonderland" Alice. A normal girl who had the misfortune of falling into Wonderland's entrance (a rabbit hole).
A former great hunter and adventurer in Africa, he's now an old opium-addicted man. As the League's story moves on, his old passion and spirit for adventure comes back to life.
Now in the Public Domain, American Crusader is a Golden Age superhero who has appeared in various comic books by different publishers.
Fighting Yank's spirit guide.
Robotic hero of Earth-238
A mischievous spirit in William Shakespeare's The Tempest.
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.
Arsène Lupin is the ultimate Gentleman and crook.
Baba Yaga is a witch from Russian/Slavic folklore.
Mischievous girl from Smash!
A screaming spirit from Irish folklore.
Belle lives together with her crazy, old father Maurice in a small, provincial town in France. She is the most beautiful girl in town, and is also very clever. Secretly, she wants more than the provincial life she lives in.
Romeo's cousin and friend.
Beowulf is a Geatish hero who fights the monster Grendel, Grendel’s mother, and a fire-breathing dragon.
The public domain version of the Big Bad Wolf.
A North American Creature whose very existence is shrouded in mystery.
Black Owl was one of many Superheroes who fought the Nazis along with his sons Rick and Dick Walters aka "Yank" and "Doodle". Black Owl was Created by Robert Turner and Pete Riss in the 1940's.
Golden Age character published by Standard Comics, Eclipse, AC Comics, America's Best Comics and Dynamite Entertainment. Black Terror has been described as a Superman-Batman-Punisher hybrid. He has been a member of Project SuperPowers and now Masks both published by Dynamite Entertainment.
Golden Age heroine and servant of Satan. She is part of the team of World War II heroes known as The Twelve.
Fabulous swashbuckling hero of the Golden Age.
The first character created by Simon & Kirby
Leader of the Inheritors.
A robot with telescopic limbs.
Broad Arrow Jack gets his name from the brand put on his back by the Ogre in the shape of a broad arrow.
The first Detective in literature.
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