Allan Quatermain is a fictional character, the protagonist of H. Rider Haggard's King Solomon's Mines and its various sequels and prequels. Allan Quatermain was also the title of an 1887 book in this sequence. ...more on Wikipedia about "Allan Quatermain"
The American Crusader is a fictional character and a superhero who originally appeared in Thrilling Comics #19, published by Better Publications in 1941. The public domain character was revived in the modern age in Tom Strong #11 by Alan Moore and Chris Sprouse. ...more on Wikipedia about "American Crusader"
The Black Terror is a fictional character and a superhero who originally appeared in Exciting Comics #9, published by Nedor Comics in 1941. ...more on Wikipedia about "Black Terror"
Cat-Man and Kitten (also Catman and Kitten and The Cat-Man and the Kitten) were a pair of superhero characters created by Charles M. Quinlan and Irwin Hasen and first published in 1940 by now-defunct Holyoke Publications. Due to circumstances in World War II, a radically-altered version of the characters would be published in Australia during WWII and reprinted in the 1950s. AC Comics would later revive the characters in the 1980s. ...more on Wikipedia about "Cat-Man and Kitten"
The 1940s comic book character Daredevil, a separate and unrelated entity from Marvel Comics' Daredevil, was the star of popular comics during the Golden Age of comic books. The character is believed to be in the public domain, as no successor company has picked up the rights to the character when the original publisher went out of business. ...more on Wikipedia about "Daredevil (Golden Age)"
Doc Strange is a fictional character and a superhero who originally appeared in Thrilling Comics #1, published by Better Publications (also called Nedor Comics) in 1940. The public domain character was revived, and renamed 'Tom Strange' in the modern age in Tom Strong #11 (published by America's Best Comics) by Alan Moore and Chris Sprouse. ...more on Wikipedia about "Doc Strange"
Dracula (1897) is a novel by Irish author Bram Stoker, and the namesake of the world's most famous vampire character. ...more on Wikipedia about "Dracula" Visit again www.shortopedia.com
The Grim Reaper is a fictional character and a superhero who originally appeared in Wonder Comics #1, published by Better Publications in May, 1944 ( Grand Comics Database ). His origin story was told in Wonder Comics #2 and he appeared in Fighting Yank #7 around the same time. ...more on Wikipedia about "Grim Reaper (Nedor)"
Miss Victory (later known as Ms. Victory) is a comic book superheroine. Although her origins go back to the 1940s, she is now best known as a central character in the current Femforce comic published by A.C. Comics. ...more on Wikipedia about "Miss Victory"
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