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- Master Man is the name of three fictional characters that appear in comic books published by Marvel Comics. The original Master Man first appears in the title Giant-Size Invaders #1 and was created by Roy Thomas and Frank Robbins. The second version, first appears in Namor the Sub-Mariner #11 and was created by John Byrne, and a third version debuts in Captain America #18 by Ed Brubaker and Steve Epting.
- Master Man was a short-lived comic book superhero created during the 1930s to 1940s period historians and fans called the Golden Age of Comic Books. His exact creator is uncertain: his first story, in Fawcett Comics' Master Comics #1, was drawn by Newt Alfred, but that issue's cover was drawn by Harry Fiske.
- created by Will Eisner
Master Man was a Kid Eternity villain who made his first appearance in Kid Eternity #15. He is a type of reverse polarity Kid Eternity, similar to the way Ibac is to Captain Marvel. Kid Eternity's opposite number, Master Man was given powers similar to the Kid's by a figure heavily implied to be the Devil. When Master Man said "Stygia", he could summon any evil historical or mythological figure from Stygia. He was an average sized man with black hair, who wore a green cape and a military type uniform with a Skull and Crossbones on the front. He was also a smoker. Master Man was sent by the being who gave him his powers to spread evil on earth. He summoned Rasputin to help him cause a jailbreak, but Kid Eternity prevented this. Master Man then captured Kid Eternity and summoned Torquemada to cause the Kid such pain he would request eternal death. However the Kid freed himself. Master Man summoned up Batu Khan but the Kid summoned Charles Martel who defeated the Mongol. As Master Man tried to escape the shadowy figure caused the ground to open, sending him into fire.
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The Reformatory Press (1908)
by Iowa. Reformatory at Anamosa
The master man is a person who has envolved industry, concentration, and self- confidence until these things have become the habit of life. " Industry in its highest sense means conscious, useful and intelligent effort. CanieJto a certain point, ...
by Jean-Denis G.G. Lepage
A Herrenmensch (master man) was a member of the Herrenvolk. This term was opposed to Untermensch, “subhuman.” See Arisch. Hess, Rudolf (1894–1987). Hess served in the same regiment as Hitler and later as a junior officer in the ...
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