Who was the first silver age hero for marvel? five bucks

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#1 Posted by crazy spidey (3489 posts) - - Show Bio

Not actually but I'm curious to see who gets this right

#2 Posted by zee crusher (8997 posts) - - Show Bio

Not sure abotu that never good with that stuff but marvels first hero was namro the submariner and longest lasting character.

#3 Posted by zee crusher (8997 posts) - - Show Bio

zee crusher says:

"Not sure abotu that never good with that stuff but marvels first hero was namor the submariner and longest lasting character."
#4 Posted by crazy spidey (3489 posts) - - Show Bio

ya thats right, but I'm talking silver age, as in 60's-1969

#5 Posted by zee crusher (8997 posts) - - Show Bio

Then i'm lost their lol soryr i couldnt help.

#6 Posted by crazy spidey (3489 posts) - - Show Bio

np, by the way I know I just want to see how many others know

#7 Posted by Mr. Ubiquitous (1032 posts) - - Show Bio

I believe the Fantastic Four we're the first "technical" Silver Age Marvel Heroes...followed by Spider-Man...I think?

#8 Posted by crazy spidey (3489 posts) - - Show Bio

no there was someone before

#9 Posted by crazy spidey (3489 posts) - - Show Bio

he just wasnt popular

#10 Posted by Maelstrom (4623 posts) - - Show Bio

I'm going to go out on a limb here and go with the whole in-joke Marvel made up for Robert Reynolds and say.... the Sentry?:P

Even though he was really created in the 2000s. But that's Marvel for you, telling lies like that! So I know I'm wrong. :D

#11 Posted by crazy spidey (3489 posts) - - Show Bio

ya its not sentry

#12 Posted by Mr. Ubiquitous (1032 posts) - - Show Bio

crazy spidey says:

"he just wasnt popular"

Really???? i have no idea who, and i'm a BIG TIME Silver Age collector? Are you sure you're not mistaken? and may be thinking Golden Age hero?

#13 Posted by crazy spidey (3489 posts) - - Show Bio

nope one hundred percent sure

#14 Posted by Mr. Ubiquitous (1032 posts) - - Show Bio

Do you mean Hulk?...again, "technically" the Fantastic Four are 4 characters (they count) so they are first...if you meant single comic, in his own title hero...then I guess Hulk?

#15 Posted by crazy spidey (3489 posts) - - Show Bio

nope nice try

#16 Posted by Mr. Ubiquitous (1032 posts) - - Show Bio

crazy spidey says:

"nope nice try"

Dude, I like you, a lot...but I think you're mistaken on this....

#17 Posted by crazy spidey (3489 posts) - - Show Bio

i'm telling u i'm not, I know my stuff

#18 Posted by crazy spidey (3489 posts) - - Show Bio

if u really need some help check my dp

#19 Posted by Mr. Ubiquitous (1032 posts) - - Show Bio

O.K.

then I personally...surrender!

#20 Posted by crazy spidey (3489 posts) - - Show Bio

come on ppl dont tell me no one knows

#21 Posted by crazy spidey (3489 posts) - - Show Bio

O by the way not only is he the first marvel hero in teh silver age, but he's actually the first silver age superhero anywhere

#22 Posted by Tevnoba (3494 posts) - - Show Bio

Dr. Droom, 1961

#23 Posted by Tevnoba (3494 posts) - - Show Bio

crazy spidey says:

"O by the way not only is he the first marvel hero in teh silver age, but he's actually the first silver age superhero anywhere"

And actually that is speculative - Marvel entered the Silver Age in 1961, but DC is said to have entered it in 1956 with the Flash.

#24 Posted by Mr. Ubiquitous (1032 posts) - - Show Bio

Tevnoba says:

"Dr. Droom, 1961"

Uhhhhhhhhhhhh, NO!...that's 19...oh yeah, 1961!

...:(

#25 Posted by crazy spidey (3489 posts) - - Show Bio

ah, Flash does not count as a silver age hero for some reason, go figure

#26 Posted by Iron Apollo (2199 posts) - - Show Bio

crazy spidey says:

"ah, Flash does not count as a silver age hero for some reason, go figure"

What web site are you looking at

#27 Posted by Tevnoba (3494 posts) - - Show Bio

So, where is my $5.00 crazy spidey?

#28 Posted by crazy spidey (3489 posts) - - Show Bio
#29 Posted by crazy spidey (3489 posts) - - Show Bio

Tevnoba says:

"So, where is my $5.00 crazy spidey?"

don't wait for it in the mail

#30 Posted by Tevnoba (3494 posts) - - Show Bio

crazy spidey says:

"Tevnoba says:
"So, where is my $5.00 crazy spidey?"

don't wait for it in the mail"

LOL

#31 Posted by Mr. Ubiquitous (1032 posts) - - Show Bio

Uhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh...

NO!!!!!

#32 Posted by Cosmic Sentinel (3749 posts) - - Show Bio

Most people would generally agree that Showcase #4 (the first Barry Allen Flash) is the first silver age comic. I think DC sometimes think of the Martian Manhunter as their first original silver age hero (Detective Comics #225, 1955 which I have seen reprinted as the first silver age hero), though he appeared as a back up story to Batman. For Marvel, as others have said, it would be the Fantastic Four. Spidey followed shortly after. During the fifties, as Atlas, they weren't doing many superhero comics and those they were doing had been created in the forties (Captain America, Namor, Human Torch).

#33 Posted by crazy spidey (3489 posts) - - Show Bio

Cosmic Sentinel says:

"Most people would generally agree that Showcase #4 (the first Barry Allen Flash) is the first silver age comic. I think DC sometimes think of the Martian Manhunter as their first original silver age hero (Detective Comics #225, 1955 which I have seen reprinted as the first silver age hero), though he appeared as a back up story to Batman. For Marvel, as others have said, it would be the Fantastic Four. Spidey followed shortly after. During the fifties, as Atlas, they weren't doing many superhero comics and those they were doing had been created in the forties (Captain America, Namor, Human Torch)."

ummm no srry just read above for first marvel silver age superhero

#34 Posted by fesak (6982 posts) - - Show Bio

The marvel silver age is generally accepted to have begun with FF#1. Unless you want to count Amazing Aventures in which case the first hero is Dr. Droom, later known as Dr. Druid.

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#35 Posted by Cosmic Sentinel (3749 posts) - - Show Bio

While I admit that I'm no historian, I had never heard of Dr. Droom before today. I think I've only seen him as Dr. Druid in passing. Reading his wikipedia entry (I know, I know), he sounds like he's more in keeping with horror/fantasy stories of the fifties than a superhero comic. To that end, I'd say that he isn't really a silver age superhero, but a comic book character created during the silver age. He only entered superhero comics later.

#36 Posted by crazy spidey (3489 posts) - - Show Bio

Cosmic Sentinel says:

"While I admit that I'm no historian, I had never heard of Dr. Droom before today. I think I've only seen him as Dr. Druid in passing. Reading his wikipedia entry (I know, I know), he sounds like he's more in keeping with horror/fantasy stories of the fifties than a superhero comic. To that end, I'd say that he isn't really a silver age superhero, but a comic book character created during the silver age. He only entered superhero comics later."

He's a superhero wether u admit it or not

#37 Posted by Mr. Ubiquitous (1032 posts) - - Show Bio

crazy spidey says:

"Cosmic Sentinel says:
"While I admit that I'm no historian, I had never heard of Dr. Droom before today. I think I've only seen him as Dr. Druid in passing. Reading his wikipedia entry (I know, I know), he sounds like he's more in keeping with horror/fantasy stories of the fifties than a superhero comic. To that end, I'd say that he isn't really a silver age superhero, but a comic book character created during the silver age. He only entered superhero comics later."

He's a superhero wether u admit it or not"

He's not dude, sorry.

#38 Posted by Gottheit (3473 posts) - - Show Bio

Jason Voorhees.

#39 Posted by crazy spidey (3489 posts) - - Show Bio

Mr. Ubiquitous says:

"crazy spidey says:
"Cosmic Sentinel says:
"While I admit that I'm no historian, I had never heard of Dr. Droom before today. I think I've only seen him as Dr. Druid in passing. Reading his wikipedia entry (I know, I know), he sounds like he's more in keeping with horror/fantasy stories of the fifties than a superhero comic. To that end, I'd say that he isn't really a silver age superhero, but a comic book character created during the silver age. He only entered superhero comics later."
He's a superhero wether u admit it or not"
He's not dude, sorry."

Wtf prove that he's not I have many websites backing me up, you have your personal opinion.

#40 Posted by Gottheit (3473 posts) - - Show Bio

Jason Voorhees.

#41 Posted by crazy spidey (3489 posts) - - Show Bio

Mr. Ubiquitous says:

"crazy spidey says:
"Cosmic Sentinel says:
"While I admit that I'm no historian, I had never heard of Dr. Droom before today. I think I've only seen him as Dr. Druid in passing. Reading his wikipedia entry (I know, I know), he sounds like he's more in keeping with horror/fantasy stories of the fifties than a superhero comic. To that end, I'd say that he isn't really a silver age superhero, but a comic book character created during the silver age. He only entered superhero comics later."
He's a superhero wether u admit it or not"
He's not dude, sorry."

Dont be sore.

#42 Posted by Gottheit (3473 posts) - - Show Bio

Don't be Crazy, Spidey, even though I think you are correct on this thread. May I just submit my arguement: Jason Voorhees.

#43 Posted by crazy spidey (3489 posts) - - Show Bio

Lol freddy Krueger 'super-freddy'

#44 Posted by Gottheit (3473 posts) - - Show Bio

Freddy is more Golden Age, although I can see how someone would call him Silver Age...See, Micheal Myers is the Golden Age of slashers, though technically, all slashers are the Silver Age compared to the classics like Dracula, Frankenstein's Monster, Invisible Man...so, yeah, your actually right, Spidey, Freddy is Silver Age as well. Although, the fact that your right, well, that's just...

#45 Posted by crazy spidey (3489 posts) - - Show Bio

Gottheit says:

"Freddy is more Golden Age, although I can see how someone would call him Silver Age...See, Micheal Myers is the Golden Age of slashers, though technically, all slashers are the Silver Age compared to the classics like Dracula, Frankenstein's Monster, Invisible Man...so, yeah, your actually right, Spidey, Freddy is Silver Age as well. Although, the fact that your right, well, that's just..."

that's what she said

#46 Posted by Gottheit (3473 posts) - - Show Bio

Whose she? YO MAMA?!!!! OH SNAP!

#47 Posted by Tevnoba (3494 posts) - - Show Bio

Neither Freddy, Jason or Meyers count as Golden or Silver age (They are all too young)

#48 Posted by Gottheit (3473 posts) - - Show Bio

We're talking in the lifespan of the slasher sub-genre of horror, Tevnoba.

#49 Posted by crazy spidey (3489 posts) - - Show Bio

Tevnoba says:

"Neither Freddy, Jason or Meyers count as Golden or Silver age (They are all too young)"

Jeez u know wat time it is. Beat down time.

#50 Posted by Gottheit (3473 posts) - - Show Bio

Yeah, Tevnoba's getting atomic wedgied to the flagpole...

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