Black Marvel

Black Marvel

The Black Marvel (Daniel Lyons) is a fictional comic book superhero in the Marvel Comics universe. Created by writer Stan Lee and artist Al Gabriele, he first appeared in Mystic Comics #5 (March 1941), published by Marvel's 1940s forerunner Timely Comics during the period fans and historians call the Golden Age of comic books.

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... Commons was a college student at ESU with jet black hair, facial tattoos, and nose and tongue piercings ... and was presented with the Dusk costume by the Black Marvel ... When she learned that Black Marvel had been taken by Mephisto (an evil demon) she was shocked, and when she learned that her costume was given to Black Marvel by the demon, she was horrified ...
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... The Black Marvel appeared on Spider-Man The Animated Series in the five-part episode Six Forgotten Warriors ... Here, the Black Marvel is Omar Mosely, and a friend and former teacher of Daily Bugle editor Joseph "Robbie" Robertson ... The Mayor of Superhero City on The Super Hero Squad Show wears a costume based on Black Marvel ...

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