When I first put this page together, I thought to put all the
links to specific fansites on the same page together. But
crowdedness eventually took up a large part of the page, and so I
thought to divide the supply into a few more sections. So here
below for starters are the sections for some leading
characters/teams/franchises, and then the rest over here is mostly
miscellanous links to other fansites continued. Enjoy!
And now, onto the other stuff
The Jewish Hero Corps
- A Jewish Adventure
This fansite is something like a
role-playing game, but it's interesting overall, and it's also
got some links to other articles online about Jewish connections
Mendy and the Golem
The Co-Stars Primer
A special site I created that focuses on the supporting and
recurring casts of superhero and adventure comics.
A fansite for
the legendary Amazon avenger.
Big fansite for Steve Rogers, the Sentinel of Liberty.
Another fansite for the Sentinel of Liberty. It's part of the Clan Zen
website, and one
of the longest running Captain America fansites out there.
of Captain America
Friends of Lulu
site is for encouraging more women to take part in the world of
comics, as readers and as creators.
The Museum of Black
Dedicated to the history of many black
superheroes in both the Marvel and DC universes.
The Outer Observatory
This is a fansite for the Outsiders,
the superhero team created by Mike W. Barr and Jim Aparo, which
I myself built! Another fansite I'm proud to have put together.
Mike's Amazing World of DC
A very big and impressive fansite dedicated to much
of DC. It's got plenty of stuff from both the
pre-and-post-Crisis eras, and there's plenty more info even
further on the list till today.
The Avenging Son
All about the prince of Atlantis,
Marvel's first superhero-style protagonist.
A very special
fansite for Hawkman and Hawkgirl that guess who created? Me! It
may even be the first authentic fansite for the Winged Warriors
on the internet, too. I am so proud of it, and just like this
site, I take a lot of joy in working on Hawkfan too.
fans of the Sorceror Supreme, Stephen Strange, who hails from
Philadelphia, Penn, just like me.
Featuring the super-team Dr. Strange led during
the Bronze Age.
The Shrine of Silver Sable
A website dedicated to the leader of the Wild Pack in the Marvel
Moon Knight Fan
The New Warriors
The New Gods
A great resource for Jack Kirby's classic
Flash: Those who Ride
The fastest fansite for The Flash,
the Scarlet Speedster of the DC universe, and the Fastest Man
Alive! It's part of the Hyperborea
The Impulse Shrine
Fansite for the Flash's cousin, who's since become the new Kid
Flash, and the Fastest Teen Alive!
Fanpage for Jesse Quick, daughter of the late
speedster Johnny Quick, and the Fastest Femme Alive!
Green Lantern Corps
fansite that's mainly for Silver Age Green Lantern Hal Jordan.
For Jennie-Lynn Hayden, the daughter of Golden
Age Green Lantern Alan Scott.
For Earth's Other Green Lantern, as the reserve
member of the GL Corps was called when he first appeared in
The Marvel Family Web
Home of the Captain Marvel family, including Billy Batson, Mary
Batson, and Freddy Freeman.
Justin's Honest to Goodness
Blue Devil Page
Gamma Base Online
from the viewpoint of the military pursuing the Hulk.
Man Without Fear
Fansite for the blind crimefighter of Marvel comics,
The Incredible Hulk
Fansite for the green goliath of the Marvel
Dee's Gamma Gallery
A fansite for both the Hulk and the
of the Hour
With Rex Tyler and his successor, the
wonderous android take on the character.
The Unofficial Aquaman
DC's Aquatic Avenger from Atlantis can be found
The Aquaman Shrine
Silver Surfer Home Page
Home planet of the Silver Surfer!
It's an index for many Marvel characters to appear throughout
The Tomb of Dracula
Tells about the vampire thriller series from the 1970s.
The Nuclear Fan
fansite for Ronnie Raymond.
Fansite for women with power.
Dedicated to the
leading of fighting ladies, Chun Li of the famous Street Fighter
Featuring the tongue-in-cheek creation of Nicola Cuti and Joe
Staton, first published by the original Charlton.
Originally a creation of Jack Kirby and Joe Simon of Captain
The place to
find everyone's favorite feline in newspapers!
Detailing the history of the quirky team series
that first began with Batman as the leader.
This site tells all about the series first penned by John
Ostrander during 1987-92, and which was later revived circa
2000, about a special goverment sponsored team of former
criminals who were made to serve the right side of the law as
part of their parole and probation.
a kind of Marvel fansite spotlighting the mere janitor named
Samuel Sterns who, thanks to exposure to gamma radiation not
unlike what Bruce Banner sustained and became the Hulk by, ended
up becoming, in his case, the ultra-intelligent, telekinetic and
mind-controlling supervillain, the Leader. Here, he stores away
all the information he knows about the many characters and
series in the MCU. No kidding.
Christopher Powell, the young hero who acquired control of a
powerful robot that could help him to fight crime, created by
The Crossover Comic Archive
I think this is for special webcomics.
A fansite dedicated
to the famous toy franchise and comic books starring a whole
team of army heroes.
dedicated to the Joes.
Quasar, the Marvel universe hero.
One of the first
truly independent creator-owned comics, set on a fantasy planet.
science fiction set in the Galarchy that originally ran between
1984-93. See also this
This one's for Witchblade.
site is about Magdalena.
Alix the Intrepid
Starring an early hero in French comic strips, set in the Roman
Asterix: The Official Site
Starring one of the most popular adventurers in a comedic strip
set in Gaul's Roman period, created by Rene Goscinny and Albert
is about the star of a slapstick adventure whose last name
translates as "the blunder".
fansite for the Japanese heroine created by Roger Leloup.
Natacha, Air Hostess
All about the heroine who runs into danger as often as she flies
The Official Speed Racer
Dedicated to the famous manga/anime production of
the 1960s, one of the real breakthroughs in contemporary
All Hail Doraemon!
This was one of the most intelligent Japanese manga/anime
productions for children, since it involved financial aspects.
It was about a robo-cat sent from the future back to the present
to help a relative of the inventor through life. It's since
become a classic and cultural icon.
Veronika's Gatchaman Page
A famous anime from the 1970s, there were three official series
of this produced in 1972-74, 1978-79, and 1979-80, as well as a
special OAV remake in 1994.
The Gatchaman Goods
This is a fansite dedicated to three anime productions (Super Dimension Fortress Macross,
Super Dimension Cavalry Southern Cross, Genesis Climber
) that were broadcast in the USA during the
mid-80s under the umbrella title of Robotech
. All three were brilliant
masterpieces, and it's great to have a site dedicated to them.
special site dedicated to the manga and anime that was popular
during the 1990s, by Naoko Takeuchi.
Castle in the Sky
Another Sailor Moon fansite, with episode summaries.
This may have been a followup to Riding Bean
. It's about a female detective.
Super Dimension Century
The Ultimate Cutey Honey
For the amazing and sexy cybernetic creation of