Spider appears in 48 issues.
A former District Attorney turned prison inmate who escapes his cell to fight crime every night.
Alan Scott, the bearer of the mystical Starheart, is the original Golden Age Green Lantern and a founding member of the Justice Society of America. An all-time great, Alan continues to fight for truth, justice and freedom well into old age as a member of the Justice Society. He has now been introduced as an iconic gay character in DC's new reboot, The New 52.
An archer and mercenary who became entangled with the Seven Soldiers of Victory during the Sheeda invasion
Archer and mercenary, son of the original Alias the Spider
The first cross-dressing comic book hero
The seductive magics of the character named Nightveil were created and published by AC Comics, who are famed for their good girl art. She is a founding member of the all-female superhero team, FemForce.
Armed with a 'black light ray projector' and a barely-there costume, Sandra Knight was the original Phantom Lady and one of the first female superheroes of the Golden Age. After joining the DC pantheon in the 1970's, Phantom Lady became a founding member of the Freedom Fighters. Sandra has since retired from crime-fighting and has passed the mantle of Phantom Lady to other women.
The Spider Widow fought crime in the pages of Quality Comics' FEATURE COMICS starting in number 57, June 1942.
Ted Kord was the second person to become the Blue Beetle. Deprived of the scarab that empowered his predecessor, Ted was forced to rely on his superior athleticism, fighting prowess, and technological genius to combat crime. He died a hero at the hands of Maxwell Lord.
Debated to be one of the first of comics Masked Mystery Men.
Enemy of Seven Soldiers of Victory
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