The Crimson Avenger is the name of three separate fictional characters, superheroes who exist in the DC Comics Universe.
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... League Unlimited comic book, the Avenger has a starring role, alongside Stargirl ... This incarnation of the Avenger is much older than most of his Justice League teammates, but not so old that he could have operated in the 1930s (he looks to be in his 50's.) He has no powers but is a skilled. 27, the Crimson Avenger appears as part of an order of detectives including Alfred Pennyworth and Sam Spade and attempts to recruit Bruce Wayne ...
... Two separate accounts of the Crimson Avenger's origins have been printed which complement each other in some areas, but contradict in others ... a "highway robber" costume ordered by his secretary, Lee Travis made his first appearance as the Crimson Avenger on the night of Orson Welles famous broadcast of The War of the Worlds ... With Wing at the wheel, the Crimson exchanged gunfire with the costumed thieves, driving them into a ditch ...
... The Crimson Avenger (Lee Travis) is a member of the Justice League in Justice League Unlimited and has several short, non-speaking appearances aside from a very minor one in the episode "This Little ... For specific information on Crimson's Avenger's appearances on Justice League Unlimited, see Crimson Avenger (Lee Travis)#Other media ... In The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen Black Dossier, the Crimson Avenger is briefly mentioned as having met with Allan Quatermain and Mina Murray during the latter two's self-exile from Britain ...
... The Crimson Avenger (Lee Walter Travis) is a masked crime fighter in the DC Comics Universe and the first to use the name "Crimson Avenger." He first appears in Detective Comics #20 (Oct ...
Famous quotes containing the words avenger and/or crimson:
“I must not only punish, but punish with impunity. A wrong is unredressed when retribution overtakes its redresser. It is equally unredressed when the avenger fails to make himself felt as such to him who has done the wrong.”
—Edgar Allan Poe (18091849)
“On her left breast
A mole cinque-spotted, like the crimson drops
I th bottom of a cowslip.”
—William Shakespeare (15641616)