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Latest revision as of 06:57, 16 October 2020

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This small-time folk trio of Greenwich Village, NYC become superheroes when dying Russian scientist Dr. Kolotov bestows his inventions on them, making them the superhero team The Sensational Sentinels. They were a back-up feature in the Charlton Comics comic book Thunderbolt, starting in issue #54 (October 1966). They were short-lived, and only appeared in issues #54-59. Written by Gary Frierich and drawn by Sam Grainger.

Lineup:

  • Rick Strong (Helio)
  • Cindy Carson (Mentalia)
  • Crunch Wilson (Brute)

They had a southern fried manager, "Colonel" Juniper Julep, who convinced them to keep their folksinging day jobs as a secret identity.

The lyrics to their song "Doomsday Dirge" went: "What'll we do when doomsday comes. Will we sit around on our thumbs? What'll we do when the bomb goes boom, and in the rubble we're all entombed?"

An audience member says they're no Barry McHire.

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