Golden Age Heroes & Zeroes
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Saber the Spy Fighter (Fiction House) The Saint (Gleason) Salimar (MEX) Salvator (FR) Samar (Quality) Samson (Ajax) [a] Samson (Ajax) [b] The Sandman (National) [a] The Sandman (National) [b] The Sandman (National) [c] The Sandman (National) [d] The Sandman (National) [e] The Sandman (National) [f] Sār Dubnotal (FR) Sgt Bill King (Better) Sgt Canuck (Canada) Sargon the Sorceror (National) Satanax (FR) The Scarab (Better) [a] The Scarab (Better) [b] The Scarab's cat, Ak-Tu-Men (Better) The Scarlet Avenger (MLJ) The Scarlet Avenger (Canadian Movie Serial) The Scarlet Avenger's pal, Bucky (Canadian Movie Serial) The Scarlet Bowman (National) The Scarlet Bowman's pal, Young Scarlet Bowman (National) The Scarlet Nemesis (Harvey) The Scarlet Phantom (Harvey) The Scarlet Sentinel (Canada) The Scarlet Sentry (Chesler) Scoop Scanlon (National) The Scorpion (AU) The Scorpion [Escorpićo] (Brazil) Seaman (National) The Second Superman [aka Kell Orr from Xenon, Krypton's twin] (National) Secret Agent X-9 of the FBI (King Features) The Secret Circle [aka brothers Larry, Mac, & Jim Storm] (Great) Secret Stamp (Timely) Senorita Rio (Fiction House) The Sentinel (Centaur) #711 (Quality) [a] #711 (Quality) [b] The Shadow (AU) Shaman (Spark) Shaman's partner, Flame (Spark) Shanghai Sheridan (MLJ) The Shark (Centaur) The Shield (MLJ) [a] The Shield (MLJ) [b] The Shield (MLJ) [c] The Shield (MLJ) [d] The Shield (MLJ) [e] The Shield (MLJ) [f] The Shield (MLJ) [g] The Shield (MLJ) [h] The Shield's pal, Dusty the Boy Detective (MLJ) [a] The Shield's pal, Dusty the Boy Detective (MLJ) [b] The Shield's pal, Dusty the Boy Detective (MLJ) [c] The Shield (Canada) [a] The Shield (Canada) [b] The Shield's pal, Dusty the Boy Detective (Canada) Shipwreck Jones (Fawcett) Shock Gibson [first version aka Charles Gibson] (Harvey) [a] Shock Gibson [first version aka Charles Gibson] (Harvey) [b] Shock Gibson [first version aka Charles Gibson] (Harvey) [c] Shock Gibson [second version aka Dr. Robert Gibson] (Harvey) [a] Shock Gibson [second version aka Dr. Robert Gibson] (Harvey) [b] Shock Gibson [second version aka Dr. Robert Gibson] (Harvey) [c] Shock Gibson [second version aka Dr. Robert Gibson] (Harvey) [d] The Silver Fox (MLJ) The Silver Scorpion (Timely) [a] The Silver Scorpion (Timely) [b] The 1954 Silver Spider [aka Tommy Troy] (Unpublished Joe Simon character proposed to Harvey Comics) Silver Streak (Gleason) [a] Silver Streak (Gleason) [b] Silver Streak (Gleason) [c] Silver Streak (Gleason) [d] Silver Streak (Gleason) [e] Silver Streak (Gleason) [f] Silver Streak (Gleason) [g] Silver Streak (Gleason) [h] Silver Streak (Gleason) [i] Silver Streak (Gleason) [j] Silver Streak (Gleason) [Steranko's History of Comics version] [k] Silver Streak's pal, Mercury [aka Meteor] (Gleason) Silver Streak's pal, Meteor [aka Mercury] (Gleason) [a] Silver Streak's pal, Meteor [aka Mercury] (Gleason) [b] Silver Streak's pal, Meteor [aka Mercury] (Gleason) [hypothetical Steranko costume] [c] Sir Falcon (AU) The Skipper (Novelty) Sky Chief (Chesler) Sky Girl (Fiction House) Sky-Girl [aka Lana Lang] (National) Skyboy [aka Tharn of Kormo] (National) [a] Skyboy [aka Tharn of Kormo] (National) [b] Skywolf (Gleason) Skywolf (Hillman) Snap Allen (Jules Feiffer's Radio Comics) Snap Allen's pal, Corky (Jules Feiffer's Radio Comics) The Sniper (Quality) Snowman (Jules Feiffer's Radio Comics) Solar, Master of Magic (Holyoke) Solar Boy (National) [a] Solar Boy (National) [b] Spacehawk (Novelty/Premium) Space Smith (Fox) Space Smith's partner, Dianna (Fox) Spade of the Secret Service (Hillman) Spark O'Leary, Radio Newshawk (Centaur) The Sparkler (Centaur) The Spectre (National) Spectro the Mind Reader (Better) Speed Centaur (Centaur) Speed Gale (UK) Speed Savage (Canada) [a] Speed Savage (Canada) [b] Speed Savage (Canada) [c] Speed Savage (Canada) [d] Speed Savage (Canada) [d-bis] Speed Savage (Canada) [e] Speed Taylor of Clayton College (Harvey) The Sphinx (Better) The Spider, Master of Men (Pulps) The Spider Widow (Quality) Spike Marlin (Harvey) The Spirit (Minneaoplis Star Journal giveaway verson) Spirit of '76 (Harvey) [a] Spirit of '76 (Harvey) [b] Spirit of '76 (Harvey) [c] Spirit of '76 (Harvey) [d] Spiritman (Gleason) [c] Spot Morton (Dutch) Spurs Jackson, Space Vigilante (Charlton) Spy Smasher (Fawcett) [a] Spy Smasher (Fawcett) [b] Spy Smasher (Fawcett) [c] Spy Smasher (Fawcett) [d] Spy Smasher (Fawcett) [e] Spymaster (Columbia) The Star Pirate (Fiction House) The Star-Spangled Kid (National) The Star-Spangled Kid's partner, Stripsey (National) Star Spangles Branner (Centaur) Stardust, the Super Wizard (Fox) Starman (National) [a] Starman (National) [b] Starman (National) [c] Starman (National) [d] Starman of 1957 [aka Batman] (National) [a] Starman of 1957 [aka Batman] (National) [b] The Steel Fist (Rural Home) [a] The Steel Fist (Rural Home) [b] Steel Kerrigan (Quality) Steel Sterling (MLJ) [a] Steel Sterling (MLJ) [b] Steel Sterling (MLJ) [c] Steelman [aka the Batman-Superman of Earth-X aka Jimmy Olsen] (National) Steve Samson (UK) Steve Stacey, Sky Detective (MLJ) Stormy Foster, the Great Defender (Quality) [a] Stormy Foster, the Great Defender (Quality) [b] The Storyman (Golfing/McCombs) Stratosphere Jim (Dell) Streak Sloane (Fawcett) Streamline (UK) [a] Streamline (UK) [b] Strongman the Perfect Human (Holyoke) [a] Strongman the Perfect Human (Holyoke) [b] Strongman the Perfect Human (Holyoke) [c] Strongman the Perfect Human (Holyoke) [d] Strongman [aka Jonathan Kent] (National) Stuart Taylor (Fiction House) Stuntman (Harvey) Sub Saunders (Fox) The Sub-Zero Man (Novelty) [a] The Sub-Zero Man (Novelty) [b] Sub-Zero [formerly The Sub-Zero Man] (Novelty) [c] Sub-Zero (Novelty) [d] Sun Girl (Timely) [a] Sun Girl (Timely) [b] Sun Girl (Timely) [c] Super-American (Fiction House) [a] Super-American (Fiction House) [b] Super-Ann, the World's Strongest Girl (Centaur) Super-Ape [cover version] [a Kryptonian gorilla posessing human-level intelligence rocketed to earth by scientist Shir Kan ] (National) [a] Super-Ape [interior story version] [a Kryptonian gorilla posessing human-level intelligence rocketed to earth by scientist Shir Kan ] (National) [b] Superargo (Italy) Superbaby [aka Superman as a child] (National) Super-Baby [aka Baby Blisss aka the infant son of Mr. & Mrs. Roger Bliss who temporarily gains superpowers by eating Kryptonian food concentrate -- no, really! I'm not making this up!]  (National) Super-Batman (National) Superboy [aka Superman as a boy](National) [a] Superboy [aka Superman as a boy] (National) [b] Superboy [aka Pete Ross who temporarily gains Superboy's powers via an accident with Lex Luthor's Kryptonite Ray] (National) Superboy's Sister [aka Lana Lang] (National) [a] Superboy's Sister [aka Lana Lang] (National) [b] Superboyo (UK) Superbrit (UK) Super Caveman [aka unnamed Kryptonian caveman who accidentally ends up on Earth] (National) Super Commando (Canada) Super Commando (Canada) [hypothetical costume] Super-Father [aka Jonathan Kent...well, actually aka Jax-Ur] (National) Super Giant [aka Starman] (Japan) Super-Girl [Magic Totem Supergirl] (National) [a] Super-Girl [Magic Totem Supergirl] (National) [b] Supergirl [aka Lucy Regent] (National) Supergirl of 1955 ['Playsuit Supergirl'] (National) Supergirl [aka Kara Zor-El] [preview ad costume] (National) [a] Supergirl [aka Kara Zor-El] [classic costume] (National) [b] Supergirl [aka Kara Zor-El] [red skirt costume occassionally used in early stories] (National) [c] Super-Lad [aka a superpowered Jimmy Olsen of Earth on planet Zolium] (National) Super-Lana [Sarcophagus Jewel version] [aka Lana Lang who superpowers when a magic jewel from a mummy's sarcophagus transfers Superboy's superstrength and invulnerability to her] (National) Super-Lana [Blood Transfusion version] [aka Lana Lang who gains superpowers via a blood transfusion by superman as part of a ploy against Brainiac] (National) Super-Lana [Magic Lake version cover costume] [aka Lana Lang who gains superpowers via bathing in a magic lake] (National) [a] Super-Lana [Magic Lake version interior story costume] [aka Lana Lang who gains superpowers via bathing in a magic lake] (National) [b] Super-Lana [aka Lana Lang aka Mrs. Superman who drinks a Korium-66-Beta serum that, because she has blood type A, gives her permanent superpowers] (National) Superlass [aka Lisa Kent] (National) Super Lois [Forbidden Box of Krypton version] [aka Lois Lane who gains superpowers after donning super-gloves, super-goggles, and super-cape from a Kryptonian 'Pandora's Box'] (National) Super-Lois [Blood Transfusion version] [aka Lois Lane who gains superpowers via a blood transfusion by superman as part of a ploy against Brainiac] (National) Super-Lois [Magic Lake version cover costume] [aka Lois Lane who gains superpowers via bathing in a magic lake] (National) [a] Super-Lois [Magic Lake version interior story costume] [aka Lois Lane who gains superpowers via bathing in a magic lake] (National) [b] Super-Lois [Kandor Serum version] (National) Supermaid [Lois Lane of Earth, superheroine of the planet Krypton] (National) Super Lucy Lane [aka Lucy Lane who acquires Superman's powers via Red Kryptonite exposure] (National) The Superman [1933 concept art] (National) [a] The Superman [1933 concept art] (National) [b] Superman [1934 concept art] (National) [c] Superman [cover of Action 1] (National) [d] Superman [interior of Action 1] (National) [e] Superman (National) [f] Superman (National) [g] Superman (National) [h] Superman (National) [i] Superman [cover of Superman 14] (National) [j] Superman (National) [k] Superman [Fleischer cartoon version] (National) [l] Superman (National) [m] Superman (National) [n] Superman [aka Jonathan Kent] (National) Superman [aka a non-bald, non-evil superpowered Lex Luthor who teams up with Batman aka Clark Kent] (National) Superman of 2965 [aka Klar Ken T-5477] (National) Superman III [future descendant of Superman and Mrs. Lois Superman, Superman III marries the present-day Lana Lang] (National) Superman-T and Superman-X (National) Superman-Red and Superman-Blue (National) Superman, Jr. (National) [a] Superman, Jr. (National) [b] Superman's Kid Brother [aka a superpowerless amnesiac Jimmy Olsen who thinks he's Superman's kid brother] (National) Superman's Son, Carl Lennox [red kryptonite hoax cooked up by temporarily evil Supergirl who posed as Carl's mother, Larissa Lennox, 'wife' of Superman] (National) Superman's Twin Sons, Jor-El II & Kal-El II [aka 'Jor' and 'Kal' -- Kal has superpowers, Jor does not] (National) [a] Superman's Twin Sons, Jor-El II & Kal-El II [aka 'Jor' and 'Kal' -- Kal has superpowers, Jor does not] (National) [b] Superman's & Batman's sons, Kal-El Jr. & Bruce Jr. [sons of Lois & Batwoman] (National) Supermind [aka Prof. Supermind aka Prof. Warren] (Dell) Supermind's Son [aka Dan Warren] (Dell) [a] Supermind's Son [aka Dan Warren] (Dell) [b] Supermind's Son [aka Dan Warren] (Dell) [c] Supermind's Son [aka Dan Warren] (Dell) [d] Supermind's Son [aka Dan Warren] (Dell) [e] Supermind's Son [aka Dan Warren] (Dell) [f] Supermind's Son [aka Dan Warren] (Dell) [g] Super-Monkey [aka Beppo the Super-Monkey] (National) Super-Perry White [aka Perry White pretending to be Superman pretending to be Perry White -- Great Caesar's Ghost, that's confusing!] (National) Super-Sister [Superboy is turned into a girl in Superboy #78 so he pretends to be his own sister, only it turns out it was only a telepathic illusion...or was it?] (National) Super Slave (Timely) Super Spy 5Y-8R (Centaur) Superwoman (1943) [aka Lois Lane] (National) Superwoman (1947) [aka Lois Lane who mistakenly thinks she has magically gained superpowers from Hocus & Pocus] (National) Superwoman (1951) [cover costume] [aka Lois Lane who gains superpowers from Luthor's vivanium machine] (National) [a] Superwoman (1951) [interior splash page costume with blonde wig] [aka Lois Lane who gains superpowers from Luthor's vivanium machine] (National) [b] Superwoman (1951) [interior story costume with blonde wig] [aka Lois Lane who gains superpowers from Luthor's vivanium machine] (National) [c] Superwoman (1961) ['reversed super-powers' version] [aka Lois Lane who gains superpowers when Superman's powers are accidentally siphoned off into her] (National) Superwoman of Metropolis [aka Lois Lane (before wig) who gains superpowers as a birthday present from Superman] (National) [a] Superwoman of Metropolis [aka Lois Lane (with wig) who gains superpowers as a birthday present from Superman] (National) [b] Superwoman [aka Sylvia Van-Zee of Kandor, formerly Sylvia de Witt of Earth] (National) Sylvia's husband, Van-Zee of Kandor [temporary replacement for Superman] (National) Sylvia's twin children, Lyle-Zee & Lili Van-Zee of Kandor] (National) Supremo (National) Swiftarrow (Spark) [a] Swiftarrow (Spark) [b] Swiftarrow (Spark) [c] Swing Sisson (Quality) The Sword (Ace) The Sword's pal, Lancer (Ace) The Sword (Quality)
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