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Rocketeer

(Cliff Secord)

Primarily about the movie adaptation, but more or less works for the comic book version. 1930s pulps action hero with a jetpack.

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Wilhelmina Murray

(aka Mina Harker)

From the first volume of the great League of Extraordinary Gentlemen graphic novel. This Wilhelmina "Mina" Murray, formerly Mrs. Harker, of Dracula fame.

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Whisperman


An original 1940s super-hero, with much effort to make him feel credible and authentic. Fear the voice in the dead of night !

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Tara

(Skartaris)

Warlord character in the DC Universe. Queen of Shamballah.

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Hugo Danner

(Philip Wylie's Gladiator)

An important character appearing in a 1930 novel, who was in many ways a Superman forerunner.

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Ubu

(Ra's al Ghul bodyguard)

Ra's al Ghul's giant bodyguard type.

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Slam Bradley


One of DC's traditional, two-fisted, 1930s/1940s private detectives. Resurfaced during the early 2000s.

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Zot


The hero of Scott McCloud's classic ZOT! indie comics. Indefatigably positive and four-colours.

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Whip

(Rod Gaynor) (A.k.a. el Castigo)

1940s Southwestern Zorro-like hero. With a whip.

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Warlord

(Travis Morgan)

The basics for DC Comics' John Carter figure, adventuring in a lost world of magic and monsters and barely clothed sculptural women and dinosaurs and all this stuff.

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Vigilante

(Greg Sanders)

The Golden Age DC Comics one - the cowboy. Primarily an update of his game stats.

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Shakira


An ally of the Warlord of Skartaris, and an apparent werecat. Or wifcatte, I guess.

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Catman

(David Merryweather)

The 1940, weird Catman, from Tem Publishing. The genre wasn't quite defined yet, allowing for such oddities.

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