Archive for category A-Z Blog Challenge

V. Vigilante

Vigilante in the episode "Patriot Act&quo...

Vigilante in the episode “Patriot Act” in Justice League Unlimited. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Vigilante, real name Greg Saunders, made his first appearance in Actions Comics #42 in 1941.  Sanders’, spelling was changed to Saunders in the 90’s, grandfather was an indian fighter and he father was a sheriff in Wyoming, so gun slinging is in his blood. Read the rest of this entry »

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T. Too much to do

I know I did it again tonight and yesterday.  My grad-school work is getting to be too much for me.  At the end of the month I will be going through and post on the letters I’ve missed.  So if you were really curious about one I missed please wait until then.  Thank you for your understanding.

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R. Resurrection Man

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Resurrection Man, real name Mitchell Shelley, made his first appearance in Resurrection Man #1 in 1997.  If the Question from my last post is my favorite hero then Resurrection Man is my second favorite. Read the rest of this entry »

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Q. Question

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An example of Cowan’s artwork: The Question #34 (January 1990); DC Comics. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

First I wanted to say that I’m sorry for not posting a my Pow-Wow Smith article yesterday.  Time got away from me. So today I want to talk about what could possibly be my Favorite hero of all time, The Question. Read the rest of this entry »

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O. Owlwoman

Owlwoman

Owlwoman (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Owlwoman, real name Wenonah Littlebird, first appeared in Super Friends #7 in 1977.  She is a full blooded Native American.  Owlwoman was first seen helping Hawkman and Hawkwoman dismantle a bomb.  Read the rest of this entry »

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N. Nabu

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Promotional artwork for Countdown to Mystery #1 (Nov. 2007), featuring Kent V. Nelson as Doctor Fate. Art by Justiniano. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

In ancient mythology Nabu is the Assyrian and Babylonian god of wisdom and writing, was believed have been introduced into Mesopotamia by the Amorites.  Nabu was the keeper of the Tablets of Destiny, on which the fate of humankind was recorded. Read the rest of this entry »

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M. Matter-Eater Lad

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2000 Legion of Super-Heroes Pin (Photo credit: JD Hancock)

Matter-Eater Lad, real name Tenzil Kem, was first seen in Adventure Comic #303, December 1963.  He is a member of the Legion of Super-Heroes.  His power is to be able to eat all forms of matter, same as all of the natives of his home planet of Bismoll. Read the rest of this entry »

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L. Lori Lemaris #AtoZ

Lori Lemaris

Lori Lemaris (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Lori was first introduced in the story “The Girl in Superman’s Past” in Superman #129 (May 1959). The story revealed that while attending Metropolis University, Clark met Lori, who was attending as a student and hiding her mermaid identity by posing as a wheelchair-using student (with a blanket covering the lower half of her body). Read the rest of this entry »

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K. Kicked Right in the Childhood-Evil Dead Review

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Ash Williams (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

I know I was supposed to post on Kid Quantum, but I watched Evil Dead last night and had to get some thoughts off my chest.  It was absolutely horrible. Read the rest of this entry »

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J. Jade #AtoZ

Jade (comics)

Jade (comics) (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Jade, real name  Jennifer-Lynn Hayden, made her first appearance in All-Star Squadron in 1983.  She was the daughter of Alan Scott the Golden Age Green Lantern, and her twin brother is the hero Obsidian. Read the rest of this entry »

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