13th Century English Folklore
Robin Hood is a famous English Folk hero portrayed as both a highly-skilled archer and outlaw. His trademark was "stealing from the rich and giving to the poor". Robin and his assistants known as the Merry Men lived in Sherwood Forest. Robin Hood was a supporter the true king of England, King Richard, The Lionheart, but Robin was forced into being an outlaw during Richard's evil brother John rule over the country while the true king was fighting in the Third Crusade. His enemies consisted of the Sheriff of Nottingham and John Plantegenet of England. His other allies included Little John, Friar Tuck, Ivanhoe and Maid Marian.
Kid Eternity summoned Robin Hood using his powers on at least one occasion and he also had his own ongoing series comic book series from Quality.
Dr. Fairbanks and his friends John Sherwood and Tuck become adopt the identities of Robin Hood (Harvey) and his Merry Men.
The Golden Archer was a member of Robin Hood's Merry Men and served as his young aide.
Lev Gleason Edit
Billy Lackington was fascinated with Robin Hood and later adopted the identity of Young Robin Hood and formed his own group of Merry Men.
Golden Age Appearances Edit
- Arrow #2
- Green Hornet Comics #7-10
- Tales of Robin Hood #1-6
- Hit Comics #26, 51
- Kid Eternity #2
- Smash Comics #27
- Jumbo Comics #67
- Cat-Man Comics #26
- Robin Hood and Company Comics vol. 3 #32 -34
- Robin Hood and His Merry Men #28-38
- Robin Hood #1-5
- Young Heroes #35-37
- The Adventures of Robin Hood #1-8 (reprint)
- Robin Hood 1-2, 9-10, 15(reprint)
- Treasure Chest of Fun & Facts vol. 3 #14-17
- Boy Comics #3-32