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  1. Amos Fortune (comics) - Wikipedia

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    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Amos Fortune is a fictional character appearing in American comic books published by DC Comics.

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  3. Amos Fortune - Wikipedia

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    Amos Fortune (c. 1710 – November 1801) was a prominent African-American citizen of Jaffrey, New Hampshire in the 18th century. Fortune was born in Africa and brought to America as a slave. He purchased his freedom at the age of 60 and moved to Jaffrey to start a leather tannery business.

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  5. Amos Fortune (New Earth) | DC Database | Fandom

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    • Overview
    • History

    Amos Fortune is a persistent Justice League villain who used several luck-based ploys, like the Royal Flush Gang, the Luck League and the Tarot Gang.

    As a child, Amos Fortune was the leader of a gang of juvenile delinquents. Later, as an adult, he became obsessed with luck, both good and bad, and discovered the existence of "luck glands" that dictate how a person's luck will run. Upon learning how to control these "luck glands" to manipulate his luck, he gathered his old gang and created the original Royal Flush Gang who battled the Justice League on two occasions. Professor Fortune first met the Justice League trying to remove their "good lu...

    • Male
    • 5' 8"
    • Black
    • Professional criminal
  6. Amos Fortune | Villains Wiki | Fandom

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    Amos Fortune is a fictional supervillain from DC and an enemy of the Justice League Of America and Europe. As a child, Amos Fortune was the leader of a gang of juvenile delinquents. Later, as an adult, he became obsessed with luck, both good and bad, and discovered the existence of "luck glands" that dictate how a person's luck will run.

  7. Amos Fortune | Smallville Wiki | Fandom

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    Amos Fortune is an old enemy of the Justice League. He is an evil scientist, but unlike others that specialize in sort of "traditional" abominations of science (machines, monsters, time travel, cloning, diseases, etc.), Fortune studies and uses luck in his schemes. Upon growing up, Amos found himself fascinated (and obsessed) with luck.

    • Owner of the Fortune Casino
    • Alive
    • James Kidnie
  8. Talk:Amos Fortune (comics) - Wikipedia

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  9. Amos Fortune (Character) - Comic Vine

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    Amos Fortune was created for use in DC Comics by Gardner Fox and Mike Sekowsky as an antagonist for the Justice League of America. He made his first appearance in Justice League #6 which was...

  10. List of DC Comics characters: A - Wikipedia

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    Amos Fortune Amos Fortune became the third Ace of Spades and led the second, Hammond-formed RFG for a battle with the Justice League Detroit and his former childhood comrades, who had re-grouped without him. They were all defeated, and since then, Fortune has remained apart from any RFG reunions to menace the League on his own.

  11. Mera (comics) - Wikipedia

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    Mera was ranked 81st in Comics Buyer's Guide's "100 Sexiest Women in Comics" list. [40] In American Comic Book Chronicles: 1960-64 , John Wells says of the Silver Age Mera, "Stripped of her abilities for most of [her] first story, Mera initially came off as something of a damsel in distress.