Atom Blake the Boy Magician Calkins, Godfrey (Wow #1; Atom Blake foe) - millionaire businessman developed interplanetary craft (the Stratoglobe) and cryogenics system to preserve the inhabitants of the ship on journey, testing it on two survivors of a train crash he arranged. Balbo, Boy Wizard Crux, Victor, Dr. (America's Greatest Comics #7; Balbo foe) - Nazi spy specialising in smuggling industrial secrets, worked for Friedrick Outz, looked fat his bulk actually hid a lot of muscle. Outz, Friedrick (Americaís Greatest Comics #7; Balbo foe) - monocled Nazi spy master. Blue Beetle the Burning Death (Blue Beetle #10) - drug manufacturer Leon Sugar injects business partner with drug which turns his blood to flame; bald, pointed ears, fond of green suits. Countess Belladonna (Blue Beetle foe) - powers? Doc (Blue Beetle foe) - crazed scientist. the Eel (Blue Beetle foe) - powers? the Headhunter Queen (All-Top #12; Blue Beetle foe) - powers? Hogg, Porky (Blue Beetle #8) - mobster steals radium to threaten city. Horsie & Trip (Blue Beetle #39) - steal size-changing formula. the Hoops (Mystery Men #25; Blue Beetle foes) - Nazi undercover gang. Mr. Downhill (Blue Beetle foe) - powers? the Mummy That Never Died (Blue Beetle #47) - powers? Scrag (Blue Beetle foe) - powers? Shady Lady (Blue Beetle #51) the Treacherous Trio (All-Top #8; Blue Beetle foes) - powers? the Wart (Blue Beetle foe) - powers? Bulletman Blackmask (Bulletman foe) - mysterious criminal whose face is never seen. Black Rat (Bulletman foe) - superstrong; costume looks like a rodent. Black Spider (Bulletman #1) - costumed crook. Captain Nazi (Master #21; Bulletman/Marvel Family foe). Clinging Vine (Master #46; Bulletman foe) - cunning girl gangster; plant control? Death the Comedian (Bulletman #14) - powers? Dr. Mood (Bulletman #1) - monkey-faced villain. Dr. Riddle (Bulletman #5) A hunchback psychopath who taunts the police with riddling clues to his crimes. Fat Fiend (Bulletman #5) - powers? Gorgon (Bulletman foe) - Greek monster. Headless Hunter (Bulletman foe) - powers? Hunchback (X-Mas Comics #1; Bulletman foe) - actor Dennis Mills was just becoming popular when he drank a little too much and crippled himself. Increasingly bitter about the loss of his fame he snapped, disguised himself as a hunchback and began to haunt film studios, at first harassed new leading men but, when the studios didn't stop filming, turned to murder. Invisible Man (America's Greatest Comics #1; Bulletman foe) - Ben Leighton creates suit which allows him to become invisible. Limping Mummy (X-Mas Comics #1; Bulletman foe) - Jason Hilder. Hilder, editor for the New York Times, dons guise to scare off people. Mr. Ego (Bulletman #8) - "Freudian" crime king. Mr. Murder (Bulletman Dime Action Book) - powers? Murder Prophet (Bulletman #5) - foretells evil then makes prophecies true. The Poser (Power of Shazam #35; Bulletman foe) - Nazi master of disguise. Revenge Syndicate (Bulletman #7) - the Black Rat, the Murder Prophet, the Weeper Thief of Arts (Master #63; Bulletman foe) - art thief armed with an electrified sword-cane; in civilian life, he's M. Tupay, an art galley owner. The Waxer (Bulletman foe) - ties his victims to a huge turntable and then records their dying screams as a huge recording needle drops on them while they were going (at that time the only speed available) at 78 rpm. the Weeper (Bulletman foe) - capable of the most brutal of murders, but sheds tears for his victims; wears a blue opera cape and top hat, and carries a wicked little walking stick; arsenal also includes gas bombs. the Weeper II (Bulletman foe) - at some point in the Bulletman stories, the Weeper died and was replaced by his son; in Mary Marvel #8 in which Bulletgirl guest-starred and the two heroines fought Dr. Riddle and The Weeper's son, he says, "My father, the true Weeper, is dead -- Sob! But I am carrying on with his name!" Captain Kid Captain Marvel Herkimer (Captain Marvel foe) - talking crocodile man from the planetoid Punkus, who served the wormlike Mr. Mind in the Monster Society of Evil. After the Monster Society disbanded, Herkimer gave up on a life of crime and joined a circus in the midwest. Satyr (Marvel Family #90, unpublished, synopsis appears in Best of Alter Ego; Marvel Family foe) - evil incarnation of the god Pan. Captain Marvel, Junior the Acrobat (CM3 #41) - trapeze artist Mr. Green suffers from "moonitis" and becomes the super-strong, homicidal Acrobat when the moon is full. the Animal Master (CM3 #71) - Professor Earnest Vorst uses "telepathy translator" to command animals. Baron Drakis (CM3 #11) - international spy leader who also transforms into a giant werewolf. Dr. Satanas (Bravo #16; Captain Marvel, Jr. foe) - powers? Greybeard (CM3 #37) - imprisoned in 1846 for 99 sentence, takes over gang of criminals on release. Mr. Hydro (CM3 #62) - Professor Potter's assistant steals a "fluidizer" which allows him to transform into water. the Human Dynamo - (CM3 #69) - Shocking McGoon survives own electrocution and ability to generate fatal electrical discharges. Shadow that Walks (CM3 #1) - Yvonne Sergo, beautiful stage ventriloquist learned of fortune hidden within the walls of Dumont Family estate; adapted talking shadow act to become murderous shadow villain, she hoped to keep everyone away from the estate until she located treasure. Sneaker (CM3 #62) - ex-jockey with flying horse. Woton (Master #42; Captain Marvel, Jr. foe) - evidently a Teutonic god (although not particularly resembling Odin). Captain Midnight Barracuda (Captain Midnight foe) - Japanese acquatic villain. Dr. Osmosis (Captain Midnight foe) - evil scientist. Fang (Mutual Radio 1940; Captain Midnight foe) - Ivan Shark's first lieutenant Fury Shark (Mutual Radio 1940; Captain Midnight foe) - Ivan Shark's beautiful daughter Gardo (Mutual Radio 1940; Captain Midnight foe) - Ivan Shark's second lieutenant Jagga (Captain Midnight foe) - savage Plutonian space raider. Ivan Shark (Mutual Radio 1940; Captain Midnight foe) Luna White (Captain Midnight foe) - purported Nazi spy, actually Allied double-agent. Xog (Captain Midnight #64) - evil lord of Saturn; living Saturnians (and their warships) are formed from the gaseous rings that surround the planet, hence are effectively numberless. Commando Yank Black Dragon Society (Wow #18; Commando Yank foe) - Japanese kidnappers/terrorists. Dr. Yaki (Wow #40; Commando Yank foe) - invents a serum that makes men into giants. Dave Dean Wing Po (Dave Dean foe) - Chinese mandarin; commands ship and followers in the Tropics. Devil's Dagger Diamond Jack Kruger, Daniel, Dr.(Wow #1; Diamond Jack foe) - mad scientist uses a captive plastic surgeon to attach vulture masks to select victims, then applies drugs and hypnotism to weaken their wills and convince them that they were now truly vulture men. El Carim Black Hood (X-Mas Comics #1; El Carim foe) - criminal mastermind wore a black body suit and hood. He also carried a gun which he didnít hesitate to use to punish a lackey or silence a witness. Golden Arrow Hunchback Hoppy the Marvel Bunny Black Bill the Bear (Funny Animals #?; Hoppy foe) - a bully. Captain Black Bunny (Funny Animals #32; Hoppy foe) - comes from deep within the earth's core; aided by gang of imps; flies with the aid of magic boots and has other powers. Leopard Men (Funny Animals #?; Hoppy foes) - carnivorous. the Storm King (Funny Animals #22; Hoppy foe) - responsible for magically creating storms; lives on black storm vloud. Ibis the Invincible Black Pharoah - (Ibis #1) - Ibis' evil uncle revived by the Sons of Set, now half jackal Dr. Hookah (Whiz #57; Ibis foe) - race car driving fakir who uses black magic in an attempt to win the Acme Sports Meet. Flying Dutchman (Whiz #27; Ibis foe) - Captain von Falkenberg strikes a deal with the devil 400 years ago and is doomed to roam in a ghost ship. Dr. Hex (Captain Marvel Jr. #1; Ibis foe) - wielding a wand very similar to the Ibis Stick, self-professed master of mystic malevolence. Hydra (All-Hero #1; Ibis foe) - John Oberon in possession of spells which transform him into ancient Hydra. Ramses (Whiz #26; Ibis foe) - resurrected pharoah who brings the demonic Bes and Khor to do battle with Ibis. Trug (Whiz #2; Ibis foe) - Indian con man used knowledge of mysticism to steal fortunes from men and women around the world. Judomaster & Tiger the Acrobat (Judomaster #95) the Cat (Judomaster #91) - Japanese agent; master of the bokken stick. Japanese Sandman (Judomaster #98) - powers? the Mountain Storm (Judomaster #89) - huge, powerful, sumo-costumed guy. the Smiling Skull (Judomaster #92) - Rudolf Wolk, German judo expert with smiling skull-face. [see Appendix] Mary Marvel Professor Van Ish (Wow #30; Mary Marvel foe) - uses his z-ray to step into mirrors. He can then reach out from the other side of a mirror to rob. Don't go into the mirror world, though. It's a cutesy fairy-tale place of talking sunflowers and playing card kings and queens, where powers work in reverse: you fly backward to move forward, and hit softly to KO your opponent. Master Man Minute Man Black Poet (Minute Man #3) - S.S. agent Heinrick Von Strueber masqyerades as American millionaire; send morbid poems with paper soaked in a poisonous acid; wears fright mask, floppy hat and cloak. Hawk (Master #22; Minute Man foe) - Godfrey Bun had the ability to fly; cape, clawed gloves, a gargoyle mask, and bat wings. Illyria (Minute Man Dime Action Book) - Nazi spy mistress who uses pheromones to seduce secrets out of top-ranking Allied officials. Mr. Skeleton (America's Greatest Comics #1; Minute Man foe) - ten-foot Nazi monster with white skull face. Mr. Scarlet & Pinky the Black Clown (America's Greatest Comics #1; Mr. Scarlet foe) - Henry Parrish, the owner of the Black Hawk Traveling Circus Company; ran crooked games and gathering blackmail information through fortune tellers and mentalist acts. Black Sphinx (Wow #?; Mr. Scarlet foe) - powers? Black Thorn (America's Greatest Comics #1; Mr. Scarlet foe)- Henry Hawley, invented mummification ray; costume with a single horn in the middle of his forehead. Dr. Death (America's Greatest Comics #1; Mr. Scarlet foe) - Dietrich Neumann, skull and crossbones tattooed onto his forehead; a large man, strong and skilled fighter. Death Battalion (America's Greatest Comics #1; Mr. Scarlet foe) - the Brain, Dr. Death, Horned Hood, Laughing Skull, others. Ghost (America's Greatest Comics #1; Mr. Scarlet foe) - Val Lukovich; warehouse worker shot through the head by thieves; believing that he was dead and that the dead remain on Earth only to end the lives of the living, he dressed in a white sheet he became a serial strangler. the Hook (Wow #9, Mr. Scarlet foe) - drsses as pirate with a hook for a hand. Horned Hood (America's Greatest Comics #1; Mr. Scarlet foe) - Joe Mallone, leg- breaker who used a devil costume and a lead-cored thorny club. Laughing Skull (America's Greatest Comics #1; Mr. Scarlet foe) - John Dodd, former banker/embezzler, donned skull mask and white robes and began killing people associated with banking; favorite method is burying them alive with tombstones bearing rhyming epitaphs. Mr. Green & Greeny (Wow #28; Mr. Scarlet foe) - extortionists, of the pay up-or my next arrow finds your heart variety; Mr. Green is a bowman, but his only trick arrow seems to be a flaming arrow; in reality a butler to Mr. Archibald Greene, the man he tried to divert suspicion to; Greeny is just a "Yeah, boss" type of gunman. Sun Man (Wow #30; Mr. Scarlet foe) - weather man Bernie Zunn uses mirrors to concentrate the sun's rays on his victims, causing them to die of sunstroke; also uses trick mirrors to fight, usually blinding or burning his opponents.. Mystic Moot Nyoka, Jungle Girl Vultura (Master #50; Nyoka foe) - queen ruler of renegade band of Arabian outlaws; bodyguarded by giant gorilla named Satan. Phantom Eagle the Black Flamingo (Wow #63; Phantom Eagle foe) - operates a black plane of an odd design with a streamlined loudspeaker built into its top, through which he barks orders to airliners or airports; operates a protection shakedown, demanding payment of commercial flying in the South American country of San Danito. Radar Anarcho (Comics Novel #1; Radar foe) - "Dictator of Death" who employs Dr. Fu Tong, El Diablo, Erik Hevling, and Lord Craven The Red Gaucho Scoop Smith Doctor Death (Whiz #1; Scoop Smith foe) - steals radium to perfect a device which brings the dead back to life (the fiend!) Spy Smasher/Crime Smasher America-Smasher (America's Greatest Comics #1; Spy Smasher foe) - short, chubby German agent; wears a monocle and a spike-knuckled chain-mail glove. the Beetle (Spy Smasher #10) - powers? Dark Angel (Spy Smasher #1) - sultry villainess. Death (Spy Smasher #5) - powers? Doctor Blizzard (Spy Smasher #9) - powers? the Eye (Spy Smasher #2) - powers? the Faker (Spy Smasher #10) - powers? Golden Wasp (Spy Smasher #7) - sort of Green Hornet gone wrong. Grosso (Whiz #15; Spy Smasher foe) - Frankenstein-like monster, usually worked for the Mask. Man in the Iron Mask (All-Hero #1; Spy Smasher foe) - Joseph Gruller has hideously deformed face which he hides behind an iron mask; hating anyone with normal features he relishes his freedom to inflict pain and disfigurement under Gestapo lead (though he hates his superiors as well). the Mask (Whiz #3; Spy Smasher foe) - foreign master spy. the Red Death (Spy Smasher #2) - Nazi spymaster; wears white skull mask and red robe; gun shoots poisonous red powder which turns victim's skin red. the Tigress (Spy Smasher #2) - blonde femme fatale, Nazi agent, fond of sleeveless tiger-striped tunic. Vikranz (Spy Smasher #1) - sinister, bearded spy. War Bird Warlock the Wizard Don Winslow Crocodile (Don Winslow foe) - flies through the air in an immense island contraption called the Sky City and kills U.S. sailors in the South Seas by dropping hollow ice cubes full of poison gas on them. Dr. Centaur (Don Winslow foe) - inventor of the "paralysis ray ... the weirdest weapon in the world". Dr. Q (Don Winslow foe) - villain bent on destroying Panama Canal. Dr. Thor (Don Winslow foe) - powers? the Duchess (Don Winslow foe) - powers? the Dwarf (Don Winslow foe) - criminal mastermind; main agents and assassins, the Duchess and Dr. Thor. Owl-eyes (Don Winslow foe) - powers? Scorpion (Don Winslow foe) - bald, cigar-smoking head of the secret organization, Scorpia, which aims to take over the world. the Spider (Don Winslow foe) - a sinister fakir. Misc. Others Dr. Eternity (Master #22; ? foe) - Nazi agent, Austrian hypno-therapists. Ghost of the Deep (America's Greatest Comics #1; ? foe) - Al Spriggins, radio broadcaster for W.T.E.L., learned of z-metal and stole the formula while killing the inventor; built small fleet of nearly indestructible tanks and a suit of armor which he hid under his black robes and hood. Hangman (All Hero #1; ? foe) - skull mask which was illuminated by special lights and a battery. Mr. Alias (Marvel Family #90, unpublished, synopsis appears in Best of Alter Ego; Marvel Family foe) - Plastic Man-like changeability; earthquake gun. Mr. Power (Marvel Family #26) - absorbs kinetic energy and becomes bigger and stronger the more he is hit.