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One of the sillier superheroes of the Golden Age of Comic Books, Bulletman first reared his pointed head in May 1940's Nickel Comics No.
Bulletman brings a refreshing slant to the search for business success at the Kirklees Business Conference.
To unmask our hero, Bulletman is Batley-born Paul Kerfoot, graphic design director at Bulletpoint.
Conference timetable Seminar Programme 0800 - 1000 4Networking Breakfast Meeting 0930 - 1015 Kate Hardcastle 1045 - 1130 Brad Burton 1200 - 1245 Graham Leslie 1315 - 1400 Kirklees Business Titans Panel Q&A 1430 - 1515 Bulletman Business Clinic 09:45 - 10:30 Finance Yorkshire - Access to Finance 10:45 - 11:30 Huddersfield - The Place to Make It 12:00 - 13:00 CopyMark - Interactive Software Demo: Chris Dawes, PowerRetrieve 13:15 - 14:00 Cat Creative - Social Media BOOM
Despite the sartorial variations offered by The Shield, Captain Battle, Captain America (and kid-sidekick Bucky Barnes), The Sub-Mariner, Captain Marvel, The Human Torch (and kid-sidekick Toro), Bulletman, Blue Bolt, The Hangman (and two kid-sidekicks), there was an underlying sameness that accounts for their great commercial appeal.
During a battle with Captain Marvel and Bulletman, Captain Nazi kills an elderly innocent bystander, leaving the man's grandson alive but crippled.
And while many teenaged crusaders stayed close to their adult partners, Freddy forged his own path, battling evil on his own and with the Crime Crusaders Club, alongside the likes of Bulletman and Bulletgirl.