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Why Doll Man was the one superhero who should not accessorize.

Why Doll Man was the one superhero who should not accessorize.

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thehappysorceress:

Supergirl by Huy Truong

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Tandem Initiative - Scientifically Linking Our Wor

Do you have what it takes to be an X-Man?

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An alternate origin for Mary Marvel?

An alternate origin for Mary Marvel?

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She could turn into a fox.

She could turn into a fox.

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Australian comics circa 1985.

Australian comics circa 1985.

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"It’s me Vixen… … Captain Australia."
I wonder how you make the tm sound.

"It’s me Vixen… … Captain Australia."

I wonder how you make the tm sound.

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failed-mad-scientist:

Wonder Woman - Amanda Conner

failed-mad-scientist:

Wonder Woman - Amanda Conner

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failed-mad-scientist:

Batman - James Harren

failed-mad-scientist:

Batman - James Harren

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More about Captain Atom (Australian version) seems he first appeared in 1948.

Exposed to an atomic explosion twin brothers are somehow fused into one person, thinking he has lost his brother the seeming remaining brother studies to become a nuclear physicists, however Dr. Bikini Rador later finds that his brother is not dead but is a part him and that when he shouts the phrase “Exenor!” he switches places with his brother who calls himself Captain Atom, the Original Atoman.

The otherwise unnamed brother known as Captain Atom is super strong, can fly, hear radio waves, exhale blasts of heated air from his lungs and is nigh-invulnerable.

Deciding to fight crime Bikini Rador takes on a second identity as Agent Larry Lockhart of the FBI, and then things become more than a normal man can handle he switches with his super-powered brother.

For a while this was the most popular locally created superhero in Australia. 

Still don’t what the deal was with that big baby riding a train.

Oh yeah, and his name was Bikini Rador… Bikini Rador.

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Charlton Comic’s vengeance Squad in action. 

Charlton Comic’s vengeance Squad in action. 

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Frank Frazetta doing a cover for the original Ghost Rider.

Frank Frazetta doing a cover for the original Ghost Rider.

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The British Caption Atom from 1948.
As to why the original Cap A is going after the big baby instead of the guys shooting at the train I will not hazard a guess.

The British Caption Atom from 1948.

As to why the original Cap A is going after the big baby instead of the guys shooting at the train I will not hazard a guess.