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Subj: Re: Amazing Adventurers whose solo titles reached issue 50 (or equivalent)
Posted: Tue Sep 19, 2017 at 10:03:59 pm EDT (Viewed 38 times)
Reply Subj: (EDITED) Amazing Adventurers whose solo titles reached issue 50 (or equivalent)
Posted: Tue Sep 19, 2017 at 07:55:29 pm EDT (Viewed 49 times)

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Here’s our list so far - unless I missed someone:

(Edited.)

Marvel
Cable
Darkhawk
Deadpool
She-Hulk
Venom
Danny Ketch (Ghost Rider)
X-Man
Spider-Girl

Marvel EPIC
Dreadstar

DC
Lobo
Starman
Tim Drake (Robin)
Kyle Rayner (Green Lantern)
Kon-El (Superboy)
Linda Danvers (Supergirl)
Cassandra Cain (Batgirl)
Impulse
Deathstroke
Azrael
Steel
Hitman

Vertigo
Hellblazer (John Constantine)
Neil Gaiman's Sandman
Preacher
Spider Jerusalem (Transmetropolitan)

Image
Savage Dragon
Spawn
Supreme

Dark Horse
Hellboy
Buffy the Vampire Slayer

Valiant
X-O Manowar
Bloodshot

First
Badger
Nexus
American Flagg
Grimjack
Jon Sable

Eclipse
Airboy
Groo
Ms. Tree

NEC
The Tick

Top Cow
Witchblade
Tomb Raider

Chaos!
Lady Death



Hitman was actually not at Vertigo, although it seems like it should have been. I believe the whole run was under the DC banner.

I dug up a few more, you may have run across them when you found Nexus and such at First Comics, although you may not count them as "amazing adventurers" since most of them are regular folks (who go on amazing adventures!)

Eclipse Comics' Airboy made it to 50. He was a legacy of a Golden Age character but this was the son of the original. Also their Ms. Tree who went from Eclipse to Aardvark/Vanaheim to Renegade Press made it to 50, then got her own DC series!

First Comics' American Flagg also made the cut. Grimjack went on past 50 (and he had magic powers!) And Jon Sable, Freelance made it past 50 as well.

EDIT: I just keep finding more. How about Buffy the Vampire Slayer? Maybe transferred from another medium doesn't count? The movie first came out in 1992. The comic began in 1998 and ran 63 issues. She has amazing super powers and everything!