Another star of a short-lived comic book (this will be a trend here I'm afraid), Black Condor's book was quirky (the next issue description was literally always "Condor flies around and stuff") and is probably most notable for being the big break for one of my favorite artists, Rags Morales. I liked the comic quite a bit, and always thought the character design was cool. Hence, Minimate.
Vulture. Well, I held off making Condor here for a bit because I didn't want to sacrifice Vulture's wings (by that point, he was already pretty rare). Well, at the New York Comic Con one year Diamond Select Toys had their Build-a-Minimate thing set up, where you can... well, you figure it out. Anyway, the loose parts bin was lousy with Vulture wings. And I knew I should have taken some, but for some reason I didn't. Oh well, I figured, next year. And I went ahead and made Black Condor and left my Vulture wingless. So the next year, of course, they didn't do the Build-a-Minimate. And my Vulture stayed wingless until this year, when I finally got a new pair for him from an extra Falcon. Our long national nightmare is over!
More Falcon wings. They have come in quite handy. Unfortunately, I now have a lot of... these. Firehawk is pretty simple, thought for her hair I used an extra Nova hairpiece with some white and light blue paint liberally applied. I think it gives her a cool, "my hair's on fire" look.
Stilt-Man helmet, and a lot of guns.
Jackalman's wrist bands added a certain panache), but I think he's still pretty recognizable as Africa's greatest white colonial jungle superhero! God, I love Silver Age DC.
One final entry from my Cancelled Comics Cavalcade Collection: Chase was the star of a very cool espionage series set in the DCU, featuring wonderful early JH Williams art. She's just s simple (but accurate!) quick custom.