The Laughing Mask (Dennis Burton) is a Timely Comics Golden Age superhero who appeared in Daring Mystery Comics #2, 1941, and reappeared in The Twelve.
His one Golden Age story was reprinted in The Twelve #0.
For unknown reasons he became the Purple Mask (Daring Mystery Comics #3,4) and then The Falcon (Daring Mystery Comics #5,6). As those characters, he was the cover feature on Daring Mystery Comics #3 and #5. The first Purple Mask story was reprinting in Daring Mystery 70th Anniversary Special.
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