Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (TMNT), comic-book arrangement about a group of four of humanlike warrior turtles, which developed into a suffering sight and sound establishment. Brought into the world of a radioactive mishap, raised by a talking rodent, and named for Renaissance painters, the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles—calm pioneer Leonardo, carefree Michelangelo (incorrectly spelled as […]

The Shadow

The Shadow, American mash magazine vigilante made in 1931 by Walter Gibson for the distributing organization Street and Smith. Enlivened by the radio character of a similar name, the Shadow proceeded to wind up one of the most compelling and suffering characters of the mash time. In 1930 Street and Smith started to support the […]

The Rocketeer

The Rocketeer, American funny cartoon character made by essayist and craftsman Dave Stevens in 1982. The character had its beginning in a reinforcement story in Starslayer, a dream comic by autonomous distributer Pacific Comics. Drawing on the Commando Cody motion picture serials of the 1950s and mash books of the 1930s, Stevens made the Rocketeer […]

Hellboy

Hellboy, American funny cartoon superhero made by author and craftsman Mike Mignola. The character previously showed up in San Diego Comic-Con Comics no. 2 (August 1993), distributed by Dark Horse Comics. Mignola had built up a mark dim and expressive style while chipping away at titles for both Marvel and DC Comics during the 1980s. […]

Doc Savage

Doc Savage, American mash magazine character made by Lester Dent for Street and Smith Publications in 1933. He is considered by numerous individuals to be the first superhero. Following on the impact points of the Shadow—Street and Smith’s first continuous mash character—Dr. Clark Savage, Jr., was intended to be the perfect hero. Distributer Harry Ralston […]

Asterix

Asterix, French Astérix, French animation character, a little statured, shrewd Gallic warrior who, with the assistance of a mystical quality elixir, safeguards his town and goes on comic globe-running experiences. Asterix was made by essayist René Goscinny and artist Albert Uderzo and appeared in 1959 in the French comic magazine Pilote. Asterix is one of […]