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History Michael and Lance Gallant were born in 1919, and were identical twins, even to a curious T-shaped birthmark on the left wrist of each. As they grew up, they were virtually inseparable, at least until Michael joined the US Army Air Corps. It appears he was engaged in some secret...

(Roy Lincoln)
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The following are very simple, very old notes concatenating Mayfair and DC material. This was done during the 1990s, back when it was difficult to find older books. Background Real Name: Roy Lincoln. Marital Status: Single. Known Relatives: Professor B. Lincoln (father, deceased). Base Of...

Dan Richards
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Powers and Abilities Though he had no super-powers, Manhunter was one of the most remarkable skill-based heroes in the All-Star Squadron. Trained as a fighter and gymnast, he was remarkably strong and tough as well as agile. Criminals learned to fear his physical abilities as well as his...

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Background Real Name: Unrevealed Marital Status: Unrevealed Known Relatives: None Group Affiliation: An “Indian” tribe. Base Of Operations: Unrevealed Height: 5’5” Weight: 120 lbs.. Eyes: Blue Hair: Black Powers and Abilities The Tiger Woman is physically adept,...

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Miss Dianne Grayton, beautiful and athletic, wages a private war against crime and Unamerican activities, by transforming herself from a wealthy debutante into the Spider Widow, the most horrible dispenser of justice of all times ! Background Real Name: Dianne Grayton Other Aliases: The...

(Spider Widow enemy)
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Context This obscure character has all of one appearance, in Feature Comics #66 (1943). He’s mstly of interest for being a very early character named “Spider Man” (no hyphen), and to a lesser extend for the… unique… visuals. Background Real Name: Unrevealed ...

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Context Madam Fatal is a Golden Age  character from Quality Comics. The feature ran in Crack Comics from 1940 to 1942, then she essentially vanished. The Quality characters were later bough by DC Comics. So she retroactively existed in the DC Universe’s 1940s as well. I...