Golden Arrow
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Real Name

Roger Parsons

First Appearance

Whiz Comics #2 (1940)

Original Publisher

Fawcett Publications

Created by

Bill Parker & Greg Duncan


Roger Parsons' parents were killed in an arranged accident by a competitor, Braddock and Rodger, and he was left for dead. Professor Paul Parsons had developed a revolutionary gas, and he and his wife were killed for the secret. Roger, however, was saved by an old prospector, Nugget Ned. The boy grew up healthy and strong and well-skilled in all kinds of athletic endeavors, particularly archery. He coated his arrowheads with gold leaf. After Ned died, Roger dealt with Braddock. Then, using his characteristic weapon as a name (since he'd been raised in secret and was therefore unknown to the townspeople), Golden Arrow and his horse, White Wind, embarked on a heroic career.

Public Domain Appearances

  • Whiz Comics #2, 7-60
  • America’s Greatest Comics #8
  • Golden Arrow #1-5
  • Golden Arrow Western #6
  • All Hero Comics #1


  • Fawcett was sporadic in their copyright renewals and, thus, only the appearances listed above are in the public domain. All other Whiz Comics appearances (#3-6, 61-154) had their copyrights renewed.

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