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  1. Aug 24, 2016 · The Peacemaker started off at Charlton Comics and, along with the Blue Beetle, the Question, Judomaster, etc., was later sold to DC Comics. Alan Moore, author of the modern comic masterpiece "Watchmen," has said that the Peacemaker was the inspiration for his Watchmen character The Comedian.

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  2. Peacemaker I appears as one of the “action heroes” from comic publisher Charlton in the late 1960s, with eight issues of material (one unpublished) shared with another series, the Fightin’ Five. This is a pretty goofy character, but not intentionally so – he’s covered in this profile.

  3. Jul 12, 2022 · Peacemaker began life as a superhero for the now-defunct Charlton Comics, as a part of its Action Heroes line meant to capitalize on the success of Marvel Comics’ superhero success in the 1960s. Peacemaker was just one of many superhero characters introduced by Charlton at this time, in addition to Blue Beetle, Captain Atom and the Question.

  4. Jan 22, 2022 · Both Peacemaker and Judomaster first appeared in the Charlton Comics superhero universe - a totally separate publisher from DC. However, in the late '70s, DC purchased the rights to the...

  5. Jan 11, 2022 · In Peacemaker’s DC Comics revival, he was similar to his Charlton counterpart. Christopher Smith was a pacifist and envoy so committed to his cause that he used force as the hero Peacemaker to achieve it. Utilizing a special collection of non-lethal weapons, he fought villains such as warlords and dictators.

  6. Mar 5, 2022 · In Charlton Comics, Christopher was a diplomat by day and a vigilante by night. In DC Comics, Christopher was a tortured Vietnam War-era war criminal who was given a second chance working for the government as Peacemaker. Meanwhile, in the HBO show, Christopher was just some guy who grew up in middle America.

  7. Mar 17, 2017 · Charlton Triple-Threat: The Peacemaker, Sarge Steel & Judomaster: Gwandanaland Comics #2881 -- Three Incredible Heroes in one Massive Comic -- Secret Agents and Crimefighters! Gwandanaland Comics 4.5 out of 5 stars 2

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