Dark Ranger

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The Ranger
Publication information
Publisher DC Comics
First appearance Detective Comics #215 (January 1955)
Created by Edmond Hamilton
Sheldon Moldoff
In-story information
Species Human
Place of origin Earth
Team affiliations Batmen of All Nations
Batman Incorporated

The Ranger changes his costume and methods in order to keep up with the increasingly violent villain community. Now calling himself Dark Ranger, he wields a jetpack and a pulse weapon. He is killed by Wingman, who then steals his identity. Following this, his former sidekick, the Scout, has taken up the mantle as the new Dark Ranger.[1] The new Dark Ranger is Johnny Riley, an aboriginal tattoo artist in Melbourne's St. Kilda.[2]

In other media[edit]

The Ranger appears in the Batman: The Brave and the Bold episode "Mitefall!" and "Powerless".

See also[edit]


  1. ^ Batman #681
  2. ^ Batman Incorporated: The Deluxe Edition; Paperwork section

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