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Sandy the Golden Boy
Real Name: Sanderson Hawkins
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Bio:
Sandy was an orphan, whose only remaining blood relative was Dian Belmont. He came to be formally adopted by Wesley Dodds, the original Sandman and love interest to Dian Belmont.

He met his "end" in the Golden Age when the Sandman's experimental "silocoid gun" exploded, filling his body with radioactive silica particles.

Sandy survived to the modern age of comics by being kept in suspended animation for decades, while Dodds searched for a cure.

Notes:
Hawkins actually owns the so-called "JSA Brownstone". To him, the place is quite literally his home, as it's really his inherited property, Dodds Mansion.

The exact nature of Sanderson's blood relationship to Dian is most unclear. In the Golden Age, she was described as his aunt, but in Sandman Mystery Theatre (stories which are set in the Golden Age, but created in the 1990s), she's firmly portrayed as an only child.

First Appearance: Adventure Comics (1938) #69

Other Identities:
Sand (DC)
Sandman (DC)(04 - Sandy Hawkins)

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Issue Appearances:
A DC Universe Christmas (2000)

Adventure Comics (1938)
All Star Comics (1999)
All Star Comics Archives (1991)
All-Star Comics (1940)
All-Star Squadron (1981)
America vs. the Justice Society (1985)
Armageddon: Inferno (1992)
Blackest Night: Black Lantern Corps (2010)
Blackest Night: JSA (2010)
Countdown (2007)
Crisis on Multiple Earths (2002)
DC 100-Page Super Spectacular (1971)
DC Comics Presents (1978)
Detective Comics (1937)
History of the DC Universe (1986)
Infinity Inc. (1984)
JLA - Die neue Gerechtigkeitsliga Sonderband (1997)
JSA (1999)
Justice League of America (1960)
Last Days of the Justice Society Special (1986)
Sandman Mystery Theatre (1993)
Secret Origins (1986)
Star Spangled Comics (1999)
The Brave and the Bold 80 pg. Giant Annual (2001)
Wanted, the World's Most Dangerous Villains (1972)
War of the Gods (1991)
Who's Who: The Definitive Directory of the DC Universe (1985)
Who's Who: Update '87 (1987)
Wonder Woman (1942)
World's Finest Comics (1941)
Young All-Stars (1987)

Group Affiliation(s):
All-Star Squadron (DC)(Earth-2 - Pre Crisis)
All-Star Squadron (DC)(Post Crisis)
Young All-Stars

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