Doctor Charles McNider, was the earliest blind superhero, predating Marvel Comics' Daredevil by more than two decades. According to Wikipedia:
"One night, he was called to remove a bullet from a witness who was to testify against the mob. However, a mobster threw a grenade into the room, killing the witness and blinding McNider.

McNider thought his days as a surgeon were over until one day, as he was recovering, an owl crashed through his window (reminiscent of the incident that inspired Batman to dress as a bat). Taking off the bandages that were covering his eyes, he found that he could see, but only in perfect darkness. Using his newfound ability, he developed a special visor that let him see in light and "blackout bombs" that block out all light, and used these to fight crime.

All-Star Comics #8 /Dec. 1941
Cover Art by Everett E. Hibbard
Dr. Mid-Nite joins the JSA!
He adopted the owl, named him Hooty, and appointed him as his "sidekick". He later joined the Justice Society of America [in All-Star Comics #8, Dec. 1941]"

The model I've designed is patterned directly from the one of Dr. Mid-Nite's early appearances. I hope you enjoy building him as much as I did!

Happy Modeling!!
The Professor.



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