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Purple Phantom
Real Name: Hunk Hondo
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Powers:
Purple Phantom possessed no superhuman powers. He relied solely on his costume for the effects of superhuman powers. The cloth his costume was made from, was dyed with phosphorescent paint, and the inner lining of his cape was black. Thus, by wrapping his cape around himself, he could make it seem like he had disappeared into the shadows.

Bio:
Purple Phantom was an enemy to the western superhero known as Two-Gun Kid. During a clash in a silver mine that Purple Phantom had stolen from it's rightful owner before he was able to make a claim on it, part of the silver mine collapsed on him, and Two-Gun Kid was able to unmask him and turn him over to the authorities.

Notes:
Created by Stan Lee and Dick Ayers

First Appearance: Two-Gun Kid (1948) #68

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Issue Appearances:
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A to Z (2008)
Two-Gun Kid (1948)

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