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| Identity = Public
 
| Identity = Public
 
| Alignment = Good
 
| Alignment = Good
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| Affiliation = Bulletin
 
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| Origin =
 
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| Creators = Will Ely
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| Creators = Will Ely;
 
| First = Action Comics Vol 1 1
 
| First = Action Comics Vol 1 1
 
| Last = Action Comics Vol 1 13
 
| Last = Action Comics Vol 1 13
 
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| HistoryText = Scoop Scanlon worked as an investigative reporter for a newspaper called the [[Glossary:B#Bulletin|Bulletin]] during the late 1930s and early 1940s. Working alongside him, was his trusty photographer, Rusty James.
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| HistoryText = Scoop Scanlon worked as an investigative reporter for a newspaper called the ''[[Bulletin]]'' during the late 1930s and early 1940s. Working alongside him was his trusty photographer, Rusty James.
   
| Powers = Scoop Scanlan was an expert in the field of investigative journalism. As such, he likewise considered himself an amateur detective.
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* {{Investigation}}: Scoop Scanlan was an expert in the field of investigative journalism. As such, he likewise considered himself an amateur detective.
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* {{Journalism}}
 
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| Notes = Scoop Scanlon is not to be confused with a reporter by the same name who once worked for a magazine called the ''View''. This version of Scanlon once tried to discover the secret identity of the [[Bruce Wayne (Earth-Two)|Batman]] in [[World's Finest Vol 1 6|''World's Finest Comics'' #6]]. After appearing in ''Action Comics'', Scoop Scanlon appeared in several [[wikipedia:Holyoke Publishing|Holyoke Publishing]] titles, seemingly without any complaint from DC Comics. Because of this, the character's copyright status is uncertain.
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* This Scoop Scanlon lived on [[Earth-Two]], and is not to be confused with another reporter of the same name who worked for a magazine called ''Vue'' and tried to discover [[Bruce Wayne (Earth-Two)|Batman]]'s identity (see [[World's Finest Vol 1 6|''World's Finest Comics'' #6]]).
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* In [[New Earth]] continuity, another ''Scoop Scanlon'' appeared, once, in {{c|DC Universe Legacies Vol 1 1}}.
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* After initially appearing in ''Action Comics'', Scoop Scanlon appeared in several [[wikipedia:Holyoke Publishing|Holyoke Publishing]] titles, seemingly without any complaint from DC Comics. Because of this, the character's copyright status is uncertain.
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{{Precrisis|Scoop Scanlon}}
 
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| Marvel =
 
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| Wikipedia =
 
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[[Category:Golden-Age Characters]]
 
[[Category:Human With No Superhuman Capabilities]]
 
[[Category:1938 Character Debuts]]
 

Revision as of 00:49, June 1, 2018


Scoop Scanlon worked as an investigative reporter for a newspaper called the Bulletin during the late 1930s and early 1940s. Working alongside him was his trusty photographer, Rusty James.


Abilities

  • Investigation: Scoop Scanlan was an expert in the field of investigative journalism. As such, he likewise considered himself an amateur detective.
  • Journalism
  • This Scoop Scanlon lived on Earth-Two, and is not to be confused with another reporter of the same name who worked for a magazine called Vue and tried to discover Batman's identity (see World's Finest Comics #6).
  • In New Earth continuity, another Scoop Scanlon appeared, once, in DC Universe Legacies #1.
  • After initially appearing in Action Comics, Scoop Scanlon appeared in several Holyoke Publishing titles, seemingly without any complaint from DC Comics. Because of this, the character's copyright status is uncertain.
  • This version of Scoop Scanlon, including all history and corresponding appearances, was erased from existence following the collapse of the original Multiverse in the 1985–86 Crisis on Infinite Earths limited series. Even though versions of the character may have since appeared, this information does not apply to those versions.

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