Golden Arrow (comics)
Golden Arrow is a fictional character who had his own strip in Fawcett Comics' Whiz Comics comic book series, from 1940 to 1953.
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... boy of his origins, and the young man, calling himself "GoldenArrow", set out, with the help of his stallion White Wind, to avenge his father and right other ... The character may have served as inspiration to DC Comics Green Arrow ... DC Comicspurchased the rights to the characters published by Fawcett, including GoldenArrow, but failed to renew copyright on Whiz #2, putting that version of the ...
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