S.M.A.S.H. appears in 27 issues.
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.
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.
Now in the Public Domain, American Crusader is a Golden Age superhero who has appeared in various comic books by different publishers.
American Eagle is a golden age hero who got his powers as a scientist the the United States government.
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 Nedor, Eclipse, AC Comics, America's Best Comics and Dynamite Entertainment.
An aviator, Black Venus is a skilled pilot who helped during World War II. She first appeared in Contact Comics#5
The first character created by Simon & Kirby
Yet another Wonder Man!
Having suffered personally from the horrors of warfare, Capt. Battle resolves to put an end to it.
Captain Courageous first appeared in Banner #1 back in 1941.
Crime-fighter with no superpowers except the will and determination to fight crooks with his bare fists.
Dan Garret(t) is the Original Blue Beetle who had several incarnations and has been resurrected and reincarnated several times.
Fighting Spirit is the daughter of the golden age superhero The Fighting American.
The Fighting Yank is a Superhero who fought in World War II.
The Green Ghost is a Master Magician and an Occult Investigator.
The Green Giant is bullet-proof, super strong, able to grow as tall as 30 feet, and he can fly!
Green Lama's first appearance was in December 1940, during the Golden Age of Comics. He is now a key figure in Dynamite Entertainment's comic "Project SuperPowers". He is also a new member of Masks, Dynamite Entertainments new vigilante team. The character is owned by the Crossen Estate.
Michael Shebly is the Green Mask who got his powers from vita-rays.
He wasn't the real grim reaper, but he sent a lot of guys to meet the real one.
Hydroman (Bob Blake) first appeared in Eastern Color Publishing's Reg'lar Fellers Heroic Comics #1 in the 1940s. He currently appears as Hydro in Dynamite's Project Superpowers series.
From the fairy tale Jack and the Beanstalk.
Possessing the power of lightning, Lash Lightning (formerly Flash Lightning) is able to fly, fling lightning bolts, radiate lightning heat, and move "so fast that the normal eye can't follow."
Isabel Blake, aka Lightning Girl, obtains her powers when Lash Lightning, barely conscious, tranfers "thousands of volts" of his power into her body.
He didn't have the name long, but he had it first.
One of the few blue collar superheroes from the Golden Age.
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.
The Monarch of Magicians
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