|Intergalactic Police Officer|
|Nation or Planet of Origin|
|Base of Operations|
Ghost Planet: Extinct planet housing the headquarters and equipment utilized by Space Ghost.
Normal human with above average strength, stamina and agility for a man of his age.
Exceptional hand-to-hand combatant schooled in a wide variety of fighting techniques.
Above average intelligence with training as an Eidolon Elite galactic police officer.
Phantom Cruiser: Interstellar spacecraft equipped with advanced stealth technology and offensive and defensive weaponry.
Power Bands: Gauntlets worn upon the arms capable of generating a wide variety of energy blast and fields used in both and offensive and defensive manner.
Space Ghost Costume: Advanced uniform capable of protecting the wearer from the harsh environment of space, generate a personal force field, enable interstellar flight, render the wearer invisible and with great concentration teleport over vast distances.
Council of Doom
Forvalokka the Soul Vampire
(The) Heat Thing
(The) Weirdo Pilot
Hanna-Barbera Super TV Heroes
Space Ghost (Gold Key)
Space Ghost (Comico)
Space Ghost (Archie Comics)
Space Ghost (DC)
Space Ghost (1966-1968)
Note: Space Ghost's first appearance was as a Saturday morning animated feature produced by Hanna-Barbera and broadcast by the CBS network from 1966-1968.
First Comics Appearance
Space Ghost Vol. 1 #1 (March, 1967)
Thaddeus Bach was a loyal husband, father to be, and good officer that believed in the letter and spirit of the Commandment. Recruited into the Eidolon Elite he was selected by his commanding officer to join the Wrath - an undercover group unknown to Bach to be utterly corrupt. When Bach questioned the actions of the Wrath he and his family were marked for death.
Left for dead upon an extinct planet Bach was found by Salomon - the sole survivor and engineer of weapons that lead to a great holocaust at the end of three centuries of war. After a year with Salomon he trusted Bach enough to confess his past and offered to him a ship to return to his home so that he would not die a prisoner upon the Ghost Planet. Bach disappointed Salomon when instead he chose to use the weapons for vengeance. Salomon expressed regret for not leaving Bach to die in the dessert to which he replied he was already dead - and began his quest for justice as Space Ghost.
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