|Denny Colt Jr.|
|Official deceased citizen of the United States with no criminal record.|
|Nation or Planet of Origin|
|Base of Operations|
|Wildwood Cemetery, Central City|
Normal human with skills as a criminologist, detective, and master of disguise with excellent hand-to-hand combat skills.
Hush the Whisperer
Police Comics (Quality Comics)
Spirit (Kitchen Sink)
Spirit (Quality Comics)
Spirit Newspaper Comic
Spirit Newspaper Strip
The Spirit weekly newspaper comic (June, 1940)
Note: The Spirit was a supplementary comic that was included is Sunday editions of United States' newspapers to subscribers from 1940 to 1952.
Reprints of these supplements have been reprinted by underground publisher Kitchen Sink Comix as comics and DC Comics in hardcover books.
The son of a famous Central City criminologist, Denny Colt Jr. followed his father's footsteps.
Cornering the mass-murdering Dr. Cobra in his underground layer, Colt was struck on the head from behind by a henchman. His gun discharging as he collapsed the bullet struck Dr. Cobra's giant glass beaker of life preserving fluid. Found and presumed dead Colt was entombed where he awoke.
Designing to deceive criminals into believing him dead Colt became the masked crime fighter known as the Spirit.
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