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Popeye (E. C. Segar's)
Real Name: Popeye
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Powers:
Super-strength (after eating spinach).

Bio:
Popeye was created by Elzie Segar a cartoonist who wrote the strip Thimble Theatre in the late teens and early twenties. This strip originally had the characters of Olive Oyl, Ham Gravy (Olive's first boyfriend), Cole and Nana Oyl (Olive's parents) and Castor Oyl. On January 17, 1929, Popeye made his first appearance in the strip. His first words, a reply to the question, "Are you a sailor?" ; were "Ja think I'm a cowboy!" Needless to say, Popeye went on to be the most popular character in the strip and one of the greatest comic characters ever.

Notes:


First Appearance: None listed.

Favorite Characters:
Popeye (E. C. Segar's) is a favorite character of 2 users

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Issue Appearances:
Amazing Heroes (1981)
Amazing Heroes Swimsuit Special (1990)
Anything Goes! (1986)
Better Little Book (1938)
Captain George Presents (1969)
Cerebus Jam (1985)
Chic Young's Dagwood Comics (1950)
Classic Popeye (2012)
Detective Comics (1937)
Forbidden Knowledge (1975)
Four Color (1939)
Four Color Comics (1942)
Government Issue: Comics for the People, 1940s-2000s (2011)
Hero Comics (2009)
Hysteria in Remission (2002)
Legends of the Dark Knight: Marshall Rogers (2011)
Love and Rockets (1982)
Mars Attacks IDW (2013)
Mars Attacks Popeye (2013)
Marvel Premiere (1972)
Popeye (1948)
Popeye (1966)
Popeye (1969)
Popeye (1993)
Popeye (1995)
Popeye (2006)
Popeye (2012)
Popeye The Sailor (1962)
Popeye The Sailor (1974)
Popeye The Sailor (1978)
Popeye: Borned To The Sea (1987)
Popeye: King Educational Comics Giveaway (1972)
Popeye: The Classic Newspaper Comics by Bobby London (2014)
Popeye: The Great Comic Book Tales of Bud Sagendorf (2011)
PS Magazine: The Best of Preventive Maintenance Monthly (2011)
Saturday Morning: The Comic (1996)
Shadow of the Batman (1985)
Sir Apropos of Nothing (2008)
Super Sonderheft (1971)
The National Cartoon!st (2014)
The Savage Dragon (1993)
Uncanny X-Men (1963)
Wedding of Popeye and Olive (1999)

Movie Appearances:
Popeye (1980)

Group Affiliation(s):
None.

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