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(Paul Kirk) (Profile #1)
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Background Real Name: Paul Kirk Marital Status: Single Known Relatives: None Group Affiliation: All-star Squadron, later the OSS Base Of Operations: Empire City, later mobile Height: 5’11” Weight: 191 lbs Eyes: Blue Hair: Brown Powers and Abilities Manhunter (Kirk) was an Olympic-level...

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Background Real Name: Unrevealed Marital Status: Presumed single Known Relatives: None Group Affiliation: None Base Of Operations: “The highway to adventure” Powers and Abilities He used his Illusion power to create the illusion that one of the planes from a carnival ride had...

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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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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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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...

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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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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...