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Shanna the She-Devil

Carole Seuling approached Stan Lee to develop and script a female character for Marvel Comics as part of a number of new series being launched in the early…

Blue Beetleā€™s Sparkling Stars

Bear with me, we’re about to take a wild ride through comic book history. Let’s start this tale with Holyoke, initially a printer in the hands of Sherman…

The Microverse of the Micronauts

The “Micronauts” was a North American science fiction toyline manufactured and marketed by Mego Corporation from 1976 to 1980. The Micronauts was based on and licensed from the…

Unraveling the Cosmic Chaos of ‘Robotmen of the Lost Planet #1’

Embark on a voyage into Robotmen of the Lost Planet #1, a relic from a bygone era where egg-headed robots and audacious humans collide in a battle for…

Chronicles of Captain Marvel: From Cosmic Origins to Modern Marvels

The history of Captain Marvel in comics is a tapestry of complexity, woven through various characters and publishers. The legacy spans different comic book companies, including Fawcett Comics,…

Cody of the Pony Express: Far-Famed Fighting Frontiersman

Once upon a time in the Wild West, an Eastern syndicate with sinister intentions hatched a plan to gain control of the western frontier. Seeking to drive out…

Dazzler: Illuminating the Marvel Universe

Within the vast and vibrant Marvel Comics universe, a character emerges whose radiance matches the brilliance of her powers. Dazzler, with her mesmerizing light displays and captivating spirit,…

Enchanting Escapades: The Popularity of Magicians in Golden Age Comics

The popularity of magicians in Golden Age comics can be attributed to their ability to provide entertainment, escapism, and a sense of wonder during a time when people…

Starman

Starman debuted in Adventure Comics #61 in 1941 during the Golden Age of Comics. He is the superhero persona of Ted Knight, a wealthy physicist who invented a…

The Flame

The Flame is a fictional superhero character who made his debut in Wonderworld Comics #3 (July, 1939), published by Fox Feature Syndicate during the Golden Age of comics….