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Spy Smasher (02 - post-Crisis)
Real Name: Alan Armstrong
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Bio:
After Crisis on Infinite Earths the Spy Smasher was retooled as less a World War 2 combatant than a Cold War era agent, falling somewhere in personality between James Bond and Q.

He was even more tightly integrated with the Captain Marvel mythos than he had been in his Earth-S incarnation. According to a story in The Power of Shazam! he had been on a mission with C. C. Batson, father of Billy and Mary.

Interestingly, the post-Crisis Spy Smasher has almost always been depicted as Armstrong, more than his masked equivalent. This derives from the fact that in the late post-Crisis era in which he was most used, he would've logically been an older man, had he been a Cold War agent.

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First Appearance: The Power of SHAZAM! (1995) #8

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Issue Appearances:
Starman (1994)

The Power of SHAZAM! (1995)

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