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Revision as of 10:52, December 15, 2018

Bulletman is a super-hero whose costume is designed like a bullet. Having been rejected as a police officer, he became a ballistics expert and used chemistry to give himself powers. This included greater muscle mass and brain power, in addition to a Gravity Regulator Helmet that allows him to fly and deflect bullets. His sidekick and later wife is Bulletgirl, his daughter is Windshear and his successor is Bulleteer. He has been a member of the All-Star Squadron, the Crime Crusaders Club and the Squadron of Justice. Bulletman was created by Bill Parker and Jon Smalle for Fawcett Comics, first appearing in Nickel Comics #1. (1940)

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