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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 Hoyoloke Publishing titles, seemingly without any complaint from DC Comics. Because of this, the character's copyright status is uncertain.
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Revision as of 19:12, January 15, 2010


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.

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Scoop Scanlan was an expert in the field of investigative journalism. As such, he likewise considered himself an amateur detective.

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 Batman in World's Finest Comics #6. After 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.

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