Slightly Misplaced Comic Book Case Files #24: Night Man

"I am the Terror that Flaps  in the Night...wait, no, I'm not!"
“I am the Terror that Flaps in the Night…wait, no, I’m not!”

While DC and Marvel are the best known of the different superhero producers, they haven’t been the only ones.  In 1993, Malibu Comics attempted a superhero line of its own.  Called the “Ultraverse,” the books featured a series of characters called “Ultras” who did the superhero thing.  There was a Hollywood Superman type called Hardcase, a kid who grew a giant muscled body in some sort of gooey version of Captain Marvel called Prime, and a superhero team made up of seven strangers who were all riding a San Francisco trolley when a mysterious energy beam gave everybody onboard superpowers.  That team was called The Strangers.

The most popular of the bunch was arguably Night Man.

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