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Twelve Olympians
Twelve
Artemis (with bow) and Zeus (on the throne)

Team Roster

Zeus, Hera, Poseidon, Demeter, Ares, Hermes, Hephaestus, Aphrodite, Athena, Apollo, Artemis, Hestia

First Appearance

Ancient Greece

Created by

Greek Folk Lore

Origin

The twelve Olympians are the the principal gods of the Greek pantheon, residing atop Mount Olympus. The Twelve Olympians appeared in many other Golden Age comics, usually as a guest star.

Ace Magazines

The character Vulcan is a descendent of one of the Twelve Olympians.

Centaur Comics

Craig Carter could summon the Twelve Olympians and other mythological figures to his aid with his magic ring.

Frank Communale

In Frank Comunale's Yellowjacket comic Diana the Huntress the Twelve Olympians were a part of the stories.

Lev Gleason

In Boy Comic #10, Yankee Longago met several of the twelve Olympians.

Quality

Kid Eternity summoned several of the twelve Olympians to help him fight crime on various occasions.

Golden Age Appearances

  • America's Greatest Comics #5
  • All Good Comics
  • Boy Comics #10
  • Captain Marvel Comics vol. 4 #11
  • Feature Comics #70, 92
  • Hit Comics #2,31,33,55
  • Hoppy the Marvel Bunny #9
  • Humdinger vol. 1 #4
  • Kid Eternity #3,5,9
  • Master Comics #41
  • Mysteries of Unexplored Worlds #46-50
  • Mystery Men Comics #2,24
  • National Comics #32
  • Nature Boy #3-5
  • Pep Comics #20
  • Weird Comics #2,10
  • Yellowjacket Comics #1-10

Notes

The respective Roman scheme comprises the following gods: Jupiter, Juno, Neptune, Ceres, Mars, Mercury, Vulcan, Venus, Minerva, Apollo, Diana and Vesta.

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