he Specter is the name given to a few anecdotal antihero characters who have showed up in various comic books distributed by DC Comics. The character initially showed up in More Fun Comics (Feb. 1940). He was made by Jerry Siegel and Bernard Baily, albeit a few sources ascribe maker credit exclusively to Siegel, restricting Baily to being just the craftsman doled out to the component.
The Specter appeared in More Fun Comics #52 (February 1940) when hard-bubbled cop Jim Corrigan, on his way with his life partner Clarice to their commitment party, is killed by hooligans who stuff him into a barrel loaded up with bond and afterward toss it into a waterway. His soul is declined passage into eternity in any case, and he is sent back to Earth by an element alluded to just as “The Voice” to dispense with shrewdness.
The Specter looks for bleeding retaliation against Corrigan’s killers in horrid, supernatural style. One of them went to a skeleton after contacting him. Corrigan before long makes his mark outfit, severs his sentiment with Clarice, and keeps on living as Jim Corrigan, accepting the mystery personality of the Specter at whatever point he is required. He in the long run turns down an idea to give up his central goal to wreck all shrewd.