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Radioactive Man

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For the real-world comic book series, see Radioactive Man (comic book series).
Radioactive Man
Magazine Information
Genre: Superhero
First appearance: "Bart the Genius"

Radioactive Man is a long running comic book series based on the popular super hero of the same name. The first issue was published in November 1952. It was created by Morty Mann, and then the ownership of the comic was handed over to Arnold Leach and Boffo Comics, but was later handed back over to Mann.

Publication history[edit]

Radioactive Man was created by Morty Mann in 1952. However, in the 1940s, there was a precursor to Radioactive Man called "Radio Man". However, Radio Man never starred in a radio show.

In the 1950s, Radioactive Man was made, starring Dirk Richter and Buddy Hodges. The 1967 Radioactive Man show and the movie that was spun-off from it is less fondly remembered though.

Radioactive Man starred in Civil Defense shorts such as Duck and Cover with Radioactive Man and Radioactive Man and Dad Build a Fallout Shelter.

In the 1960s, Radioactive Man starred in a musical You're a Swell Guy, Radioactive Man. The musical closed on opening night.

In the 1970s, Radioactive Man teamed up with Itchy and Scratchy in Radioactive Man and His Buddies. The show now has a cult following, but it was criticized for having violent content and schmaltzy sermonizing.

At some point, Radioactive Man the movie was being made in Springfield, starring Rainier Wolfcastle as Radioactive Man and Milhouse Van Houten as Fallout Boy.[1]

Issues[edit]

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Image Issue # Episode Notes
Radioactive Man Created, a Hero!.png 1 Three Men and a Comic Book Origin story. First appearance of Radioactive Man
Radioactive Man 1 (101 Mitigations).png 1 101 Mitigations Origin story. First appearance of Radioactive Man
Radioactive Man No. 8.png 8 Postcards from the Wedge
Radioactive Man Introducing Fallout Boy!.jpg 9 Three Men and a Comic Book Introduction of Fallout Boy
27 Three Men and a Comic Book Radioactive Man's first fight with Dr. Crab
Radioactive 72.jpg 72 Three Men and a Comic Book Radioactive Man marries Larva Girl
The Death of Radioactive Man.png 900 "Married to the Blob" The Death of Radioactive Man
Radioactive 1000.jpg 1000 Worst Episode Ever
Beware My Cheating Bart Radioactive Man and Libby: The First Forest Defenders
Beware My Cheating Bart Radioactive Man Created a Hero
RMvsMuhammedAli.png All About Lisa Radioactive Man vs. Muhammed Ali
RMKansasCityRoyals.png All About Lisa Radioactive Man meets the Kansas City Royals
RMvsRestlessLegSyndrome.png All About Lisa Radioactive Man vs. Restless Leg Syndrome
Radioactive Man's Nuclear Winter Wonderland - Absolute Zero.png Waitresses in the Sky Radioactive Man's Nuclear Winter Wonderland - Absolute Zero
The Scorpion's Tale Radioactive Man Global Warming Issue

Non-canon[edit]

Bongo logo 2012.png The contents of this article are based on an issue of Simpsons Comics or another comic series and is considered to be non-canon and may not have actually happened/existed.

The following issues have only appeared in non-canon media.

Image Issue # Episode/Comic Notes
157 Radioactive Man fails to prevent World War III
Redundant Radioactive Man.jpg When Bongos Collide! Radioactive Man briefly leaves the Superior Squadron to save Fallout Boy, who is on death row due to Dodd.
Radioactive Man (Simpsons Mania).jpg Simpsons Mania!

Appearances[edit]

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