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Powers and Abilities I gave him Vehicles of 10, not because I saw much evidence of extreme piloting skill, but instead because (1) Captain Midnight is known for being a pilot and (2) Captain Marvel says on the cover of Captain Midnight #1, “Meet Captain Midnight, greatest ace of them...

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Powers and Abilities He has a spooky looking mask. And he likes to kill people in cemeteries. He also has a cadre of goons. History One of several supervillains freed from jail by the Brain in America’s Greatest Comics #1, Laughing Skull was sent to kill “dollar-a-year...

Fawcett comics
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History AFAIK, this Invisible Man only appeared in America’s Greatest Comics #1, where he begins a crime spree that Bulletman is helpless to stop. Eventually, Bulletman and Bulletgirl disguise themselves as old folks and hitch a ride with a gold bullion carrying truck, to guard it from the...

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History One of several supervillains freed from jail by the Brain in America’s Greatest Comics #1, the Horned Hood’s task is unknown. The Brain’s chalkboard shows that the Horned Hood is to kill Secretary of State Simpson, but it is the Thorn that actually pursues...

Fawcett comics
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History One of several supervillains freed from jail by the Brain in America’s Greatest Comics #1, Ghost was sent to kill FBI Chief Doover [sic]. Ghost managed to frighten Doover’s servant Rastus, a shameful black racial stereotype of the day, who says things like “What am...

Fawcett comics
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History One of several supervillains freed from jail by the Brain in America’s Greatest Comics #1, Dr. Death performed his one job well : he killed a senator. He then just hung around the Brain’s secret HQ until Mr. Scarlet and Pinky showed up to mop them all up. Description...

Fawcett comics
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Background Real Name: Warden Loomis Marital Status: Single Known Relatives: None Group Affiliation: Death Battalion Base Of Operations: Unknown (same as Mr. Scarlet) Powers and Abilities He’s a brilliant planner. That’s it. He also claims to be knowledgeable about...

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Background Real Name: Unrevealed Marital Status: Single Known Relatives: None Group Affiliation: The Death Battalion Base Of Operations: Unrevealed History One of several supervillains freed from jail by the Brain in America’s Greatest Comics #1, the Black Clown and his gorilla...

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Powers and Abilities America Smasher is a dwarf. He can rely on a troop of thugs. History In America’s Greatest Comics #1, America Smasher refers to a previous meeting between himself and Spy Smasher, wherein Spy Smasher left America Smasher for dead, after a plane crash. This...

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In Post-Crisis continuity, Pinky grows up to replace Mr. Scarlet. Mr. Scarlet II almost certainly has identical stats to Mr. Scarlet I. Pinky seems to be a hero like Bucky, whose superhero name is the same as his real name (D‘oh !). People refer to Pinky as Pinky no matter...