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    Default Where would be the proper place to post public domain superhero threads?

    They don't technically belong to any publisher.

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    The Collected Editions & Classic Comics forum, I suppose.
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    Thank you!

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    Who would be examples of public domain super heroes?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dcfangirl View Post
    Who would be examples of public domain super heroes?
    Amazing Man, aka John Aman, is public domain, though there are non-PD versions in the Marvel Universe (Prince of Orphans) and the old Malibu-verse (A-Man).

    The original Daredevil, whose been used by Image for a few things in recent years, in PD in his pure form.

    Jenny Everywhere is open source, which isn't the same thing, but's close enough.

    Many more are listed here, though particular versions may not be PD.
    Patsy Walker on TV! Patsy Walker in new comics! Patsy Walker in your brain! And Jessica Jones is the new Nancy! (Oh, and read the Comics Cube.)

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