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(Billy Batson) (Gisted notes)
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History Orphaned newsboy Billy Batson is led into an abandoned subway tunnel by a mysterious stranger. On an out-of-service rail-track an odd and driverless subway car stops to pick Billy and his companion. Following a brief trip, Billy and the stranger disembark the train and walk down a...

(Alan Armstrong)
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Background Real Name: Alan Armstrong. Marital Status: Engaged. Known Relatives: Eve Corby (fiancée), Admiral Corby (her father). Group Affiliation: Pre-Crisis: Squadron of Justice II ; Post-Crisis: All-Star Squadron (inactive member). Base Of Operations: (post-Crisis) Fawcett City. Powers and...

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Along with other Fawcett characters bought by DC, he was first considered to live on Earth-S, then New Earth. Here are Sean’s old (1990s) notes, primarily from Ibis’ 1943 series. Background Alter Ego: None. He is called Prince Ibis in Ancient Egypt in Ibis #1. However, other...

(1940s version)
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Writeups.org has a full coverage of those versions from the 1940s to 2010s, namely: Captain Nazi (1940s version) Captain Nazi (1970s version) Captain Nazi (1980s version) Captain Nazi (1995-2010 version) The profiles are intended to be read in order, to follow the evolutions of the...

Chase Yale
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Powers and Abilities He’s just a guy in a costume who runs around punching bad guys. History His origin is unknown (at least to me), but then, he’s just a guy in a costume anyway. In his secret identity of Chase Yale (see the Quote above), he works at “a telecast...

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...

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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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Powers and Abilities Just like Captain Marvel is empowered by ancient gods, Ibac is empowered by great, “evil” historical figures who each give him a special quality. These are Ivan the Terrible (ruthlessness), Borgia (trickery, slyness), Attila (violence) and Caligula (evil). In...

Jack Weston
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Powers and Abilities His only “power” was the Superspeed that seemed to be in evidence in his appearance in Shazam ! There, the only instances that were seen included : running to help Captain Marvel (rather than, say, driving a car to the rescue), smashing into a door...

Brian Butler
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History I don’t know a whole lot about Mr. Scarlet, so I’ll quote from an article in Golden Age Greats #4, written by Bill Black : “Mr. Scarlet was attorney Brian Butler, who for most of his career, was down on his luck. As a masked crimefighter, he was a rousing...