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Top 5 Forgotten Marvel Comics Characters

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    1The Fighting Hobo
    At first glance this might seem like a comedic one-off or an errant idea, but for a time there was a trend for heroic hobos; they wandered the world fighting crime and living life in a happy-go-lucky manner. And the Fighting Hobo wasn't the first %u2014 that honor belongs to a similar hero named the Vagabond. But the Vagabond was hinted at bei
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  • 2The Angel - (No, this isn't longtime X-Man Warren Worthington III.)
    This time-lost character actually has more in common with Batman than with the high-flying mutant. Debuting in "Marvel Comics" #1 in 1939 alongside the original Human Torch, the Angel is a costumed crimefighter who had no powers besides his deductive mind. During World War II, the Angel was one of Timely's top heroes after the big three of Cap
  • 3The Blonde Phantom
    Another obscure WWII related character
  • 4The Blazing Skull
    A lost classic and a personal favorite, the Blazing Skull is a World War II-era hero with a frightening visage that predates the the modern Ghost Rider by decades. Introduced in 1941 in the pages of "Mystic Comics" #5, the Blazing Skull was an embedded journalist covering Japan's war in China. During a horrendous air bombardment, the reporter
  • 5Wundarr The Aquarian
    We know what you're thinking, how could a guy who dresses like he's a member of a cult be a brilliant lost Marvel character? He doesn't even sound like he'd be part of a good cult with a name like that. Underestimate Wundarr the Aquarian at your peril though, dear reader, because he's actually pretty cool. The sole survivor of a doomed alien planet
  • 6Shuma-Gorath
    He's hardly appeared in any comics since the olden days

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