Charlton Comics' The Blue Beetle scored a five issue run. They included The Question (Mysterious Suspense #1) as a backup feature. He first appeared as a backup feature in Captain Atom #83.
|Steve Ditko concept art for the Blue Beetle!|
The Blue Beetle was written by D.C. Glanzman with Ditko plots & drawn by Steve Ditko. Ted Kord took over the Blue Beetle mantle from Dan Garret, fashioning cool gadgets for his fight on crime.
|Steve Rude illustration of Blue Beetle for DC Comics!|
The Blue Beetle #1 The Blue Beetle bugs the Squids!
"Bugs the Squids"
|Blue Beetle #2 Great crossover with original Blue Beetle!|
|Love this origin splash page!|
The Blue Beetle #2 Revealed at last! The Secrets and Mystery that Surrounds the Origin of the New Blue Beetle and the Fate of the Old Blue Beetle!
"The End is a Beginning"
|Blue Beetle #3|
The Blue Beetle #3 The Mood is Madness When the Blue Beetle Mixes it with the Madmen!
|Blue Beetle #4|
The Blue Beetle #4 BB Faces the Men of the Mask!
"The Men of the Mask"
|Blue Beetle #5|
The Blue Beetle #5 BB Faces the Destroyer of Heroes!
"Faces the Destroyer of Heroes"
|Blue Beetle #1 Modern Comics reprint!|
|Blue Beetle #3 Modern Comics reprint!|
|Unpublished Blue Beetle #6 cover!|
There's an unpublished Blue Beetle #6, along with the cover, in the Charlton Portfolio! Steve Skeates wrote "A Specter is Haunting Hub City!" from the Steve Ditko plot & Don Newton provided the wraparound cover, with Bob Layton inks. It's a great publication & highly recommended.
|Action Heroes Vol. 2 Lots of great unpublished stuff here also!|
DC came out with Action Heroes Archives Volume 2 reprinting the Blue Beetle, Caption Atom and the Question in a beautiful hardback edition. It also included the Blue Beetle story from Charlton Portfolio.
|Charlton Bullseye #1 teaming up Blue Beetle & Question!|
|Americomics Special #1|
Live Large My Friends!