Question (DC)(01 - Vic Sage)
Real Name: Charles Victor Szasz - 'Vic Sage'
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Charles Victor Szasz, or Vic Sage, is a crusading television journalist who is determined to root out corruption where he finds it. To that end, when he encounters stories he can't investigate by normal or legal means, he dons a special mask, kept in a special compartment in his belt buckle, that makes it appear that he has no face. The belt buckle then releases a special gas that seals the mask to his face and changes the color of his clothes and hair. Thus disguised, The Question investigates corruption in the face of all danger. He may leave a "calling card", which initially appears blank, but when touched, emits smoke that leaves behind the ghostly impression of a question mark.
The Question also served as the template for the character "Rorschach" from Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons critically acclaimed series "The Watchmen".
Created by Steve Ditko.
First Appearance: Blue Beetle (1967) #1
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100% DC (2005)
#2 52 (2006)
- 'Catwoman: Damals in Rom'#3
- 'Supergirl: Wahre Stärke'#12
- 'Wonder Woman: Wer ist Wonder Woman?'
52: The Companion (2007)
TPB Amazing Heroes Swimsuit Special (1990)
- '52: The Companion'
Americomics Special (1983)
#1 Azrael (1995)
- 'Sentinels of Justice'
#10 Azrael Plus (1996)
- 'Underworld Unleashed: Arena'#40
- 'Cataclysm, Part Four: Hour of the Quake'
#1 Batman Sonderband (1989)
- 'The Anger The Terror and The Question'
Batman: Gotham Knights (2000)
#38#39 Batman/Huntress: Cry for Blood (2000)
- 'Knight Moves Part Two: Castling'
TPB Blackest Night (2009)
- 'Batman/Huntress: Cry for Blood'#1
- 'Cry for Blood, Part One'#2
- 'Cry for Blood, Part Two'#3
- 'Cry for Blood, Part Three'#4
- 'Cry for Blood, Part Four'#5
- 'Cry for Blood, Part Five'#6
- 'Cry for Blood, Part Six'
Blackest Night: Rise of the Black Lanterns (2010)
HC Blue Beetle (1967)
- 'Blackest Night: Rise of the Black Lanterns'TPB
- 'Blackest Night: Rise of the Black Lanterns'
Blue Beetle (1977)
Blue Beetle (1986)
Blue Beetle (2006)
Charlton Bullseye (1975)
Charlton Bullseye (1981)
#25 Countdown (2007)
- 'Knight After Knight'
#41 Crisis on Infinite Earths (1985)
- 'Another Fine Mess'
#6 DC Universe: Origins (2009)
- '3 Earths! 3 Deaths!'
TPB DCU Heroes Secret Files (1999)
- 'DC Universe: Origins'
DCU: Legacies (2010)
Detective Comics (1937)
Annual 01 Flashpoint: Deadman and the Flying Graysons (2011)
- 'Fables, Part I: The Monkey Trap'#723
- 'Brotherhood of the Fist, Part Two: Fight Back to Gotham'
#3 Green Arrow (1988)
- 'Death of the Family'
Green Arrow (2001)
#8 Green Lantern (2005)
- 'Quiver, Chapter 8: When Ollie Met Ollie...'#16
- 'The Archer's Quest, Part 1: Photograph'
#43 Guy Gardner: Warrior (1994)
- 'Blackest Night Prologue: Tale of the Black Lantern'
#29 History of the DC Universe (1986)
- 'It's My Party And I'll Fight If I Want To'
Infinite Crisis (2005)
JLA: Incarnations (2001)
Justice League Unlimited (2004)
Last Days of the Justice Society Special (1986)
Special Mysterious Suspense (1968)
- 'The Last Days Of The Justice Society'
#1 Nu-Earth (2010)
- 'Return Of The Question'
Richard Dragon (2004)
#7 Showcase '95 (1995)
- 'Out Of The Past Part 1'
#3 Solo (2004)
- 'The Question - Claw - Eradicator'
The Action Heroes Archives (2004)
The Batman Chronicles (1995)
The Brave and the Bold (1991)
#2 The L.A.W. (Living Assault Weapons) (1999)
- 'Chapter Two'#3
- 'Chapter Three'#4
- 'Chapter Four'#5
- 'Chapter Five'#6
- 'Chapter Six'
#1 The Question (1987)
- 'Avatar Rising'#2
- 'Way of the Warrior'#3
- 'The Past is Always Present'#4
- 'Martial L.A.W.'#5
- 'To Serve and Protect'#6
- 'The L.A.W. ....And Order'
Annual 01 The Question (2005)
- 'Fables, Part III: The Silent Parable'Annual 02#1
- 'The Bad News'#2
- 'Suffer the Children....'#4
- 'The Sacrifice'#5
- '...That Small Rain Down Can Rain...'#7
- 'Santa Prisca'#11
- 'Poisoned Ground'#13
- 'Be All That You Can Be...'#14
- 'Saving Face'#15
- 'Epitaph for a Hero'#16#17
- 'A Dream of Rorschach'#18
- 'Desperate Ground'#19
- 'The Plastic Dilemma'#20
- 'Send in the Clowns'#21
- 'Election Day: The Fix'#23
- 'Election Day: Welcome to OZ'#24
- 'Election Day: The Dark'#25
- 'Captain Stars & Sergeant Stripes'#28
- 'A Place for the Arts'#29
- 'The Slaying'#30
- 'Boom. The End.'#32
- 'The Peacemaker'#33
- '...were it not that I have bad dreams...'#35
- 'Let Nothing You Dismay...'#36
- 'Or Maybe Gomorrah'#37
- 'One More Question'
#1 The Question Quarterly (1990)
- 'Devil's in the Details, Part One: Yesterday Today and Tomorrow'#2
- 'Devil's in the Details, Part 2: As Above... ...So Below'#3
- 'Devil's in the Details, Part 3: The World, the Flesh, and the Devil'#4
- 'Devil's in the Details, Part 4: Inside Out'#5
- 'Devil's in the Details, Part 5: Stillpoint'#6
- 'Devil's in the Details, Part 6: Falling in Place'
#1 The Question Returns (1997)
- 'Any Man's Death'#2
- 'Gomorrah Homecoming'#3
- 'Hell in Hub City'#4
- 'Waiting for Phil'#5
Villains United (2005)
Who's Who in the DC Universe (1990)
#12 Who's Who: The Definitive Directory of the DC Universe (1985)
- 'Aquaman to Zatanna'
#19 Who's Who: Update '87 (1987)
- 'Puzzler to Roy Raymond'
#4 Wonder Woman (2006)
- 'Lois Lane to Rampage'
- 'Who is Wonder Woman?, Part 5'
Black Lantern Corps
L.A.W. (Living Assault Weapons)
Sentinels of Justice
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"I find that the greatest mysteries are in the dark souls of those who evil ways threaten society."
"You pay a compliment like you expect a receipt "
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