- Owl (comics)
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Comics from The Legend of Zelda series — Comics adaptations of The Legend of Zelda series of video games, especially in Japan, have been published under license from Nintendo. Contents 1 Valiant Comics series 1.1 Characters 2 Titles by Akira Himekawa … Wikipedia
Owl (magazine) — Owl Frequency 10 times per year Total circulation (2010) 82,493 First issue 1976 (1976 month) Company Bayard Canada … Wikipedia
Owl (Marvel Comics) — The Owl The Owl Art by Alex Maleev. Publication information Publisher Marvel Comics … Wikipedia
Owl (Dell Comics) — The Owl Publication information Publisher Dell Comics First … Wikipedia
Owl (disambiguation) — Contents 1 Fictional characters 2 Music 3 Sports teams 4 … Wikipedia
The Owl (Dell Comics) — Infobox comics character character name = The Owl caption = publisher = Dell Comics debut = Crackajack Funnies #25 (July, 1940) creators = Frank Thomas alter ego = Nick Terry full name = species = homeworld = alliances = partners = Owl Girl… … Wikipedia
The Black Owl — Infobox comics character character name = The Black Owl (1) caption = publisher = Prize Publications debut = Prize Comics #2 (April, 1940) creators = alter ego = Doug Danville full name = species = homeworld = alliances = partners = supports =… … Wikipedia
Nite Owl — Superherobox| caption=Daniel Dreiberg as Nite Owl Art by Dave Gibbons comic color=background:#8080ff character name=Nite Owl real name= Hollis J. Mason Daniel Dreiberg publisher=DC Comics debut= Watchmen #1 (1986) creators=Alan Moore (story) and… … Wikipedia
Daisy Owl — is a webcomic created by Ben Driscoll. Begun in July 2008, Driscoll originally posted the comics to the Cracked.com forums, where he received a positive response and soon thereafter created a website to host them (source). Driscoll’s comics were… … Wikipedia
Frank Thomas (comics) — Frank Thomas (1914 date of death unknown) was a Golden Age American cartoonist who worked primarily for Centaur Publications, where he created The Eye, Chuck Hardy, Dr. Hypno, and Solarman (no relation to the Marvel Comics superhero of the same… … Wikipedia