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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...

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History AFAIK, the Ghost of the Deep only appeared in America’s Greatest Comics #1, whose lead story begins with these words : “In a secluded laboratory, hidden somewhere in the vast metropolis, a weird cloaked figure watches silently as a scientist works feverishly to discover a...

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...

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: Unrevealed Marital Status: Single Known Relatives: None Group Affiliation: The Death Battalion Base Of Operations: Unrevealed Powers and Abilities He has a gun that kill people by shriveling them up. He also has a car and some henchmen. History One of several...

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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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Background Real Name: Unrevealed Marital Status: Single Known Relatives: None Group Affiliation: None Base Of Operations: A secluded spot in the country Powers and Abilities He’s a big (but slender) tough guy. Bullets simply bounce off of him. He also has a cadre of goons....

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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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As far as his looks go, he apparently has “one of those faces” that is quite common. In one adventure, a fellow international policeman is killed, and this policeman looks just like Radar (except for having a moustache). This might not seem too odd, until we learn that a...