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Wonder Man (Fox)
Real Name: Fred Carson
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Bio:
Fred Carson is a radio engineer who likes to travel on his vacations. He's in Tibet when a yogi gives him a magic ring to fight for "humanity and justice." This gives him the powers of super-strength, performing Hulk leaps, and repelling bullets.

Notes:
Victor Fox commissioned Will Eisner and his Iger Studio to create a virtual copy of Superman. This they did, under some protest. DC, which at the time was ironically housed in the same building as Fox, immediately protested in court. Fox stopped publishing Wonder Man adventures, but fought in court against the charge. Eisner testified in court that he had, indeed, been asked to copy Superman. The court ruled in DC's favor, and Fox refused to pay Eisner for his services.

First Appearance: Wonder Comics (1939) #1

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Issue Appearances:
Wonder Comics (1939)
Wonderworld Comics (1939)

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