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** Averted with the Spirit in the reboot. Denny's unmasked face is show in the flashback to the night of his "death" and several times in the Cooke-helmed issues in intimate moments with Ellen after.

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** Averted with the Spirit in the reboot. Denny's unmasked face is show shown in the flashback to the night of his "death" and several times in the Cooke-helmed issues in intimate moments with Ellen after.


* ChristmasEpisode: Issue closest to Christmas nearly every year in the original run. Usually ended with a CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming.

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* ChristmasEpisode: Issue closest to Christmas nearly every year in the original run. Usually ended with a CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming.

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* FilleFatale: Saree is P'Gell's stepdaughter who shows every sign of following in her stepmother's footsteps as TheVamp (and probably the BlackWidow).


This page is for the comic series. For the 2008 film, see ''Film.TheSpirit''.

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This page is for the comic series. For the Creator/FrankMiller's 2008 film, film adaptation, see ''Film.TheSpirit''.
''[[Film/TheSpirit The Spirit]]''.


Currently licensed by Dynamite Publishing for a new series written by Matt Wagner, the creator of ''Comicbook/{{Grendel}}''.

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Currently licensed by [[Creator/DynamiteComics Dynamite Publishing Publishing]] for a new series written by Matt Wagner, the creator of ''Comicbook/{{Grendel}}''.


* PinnedToTheWall: September 13, 1942 issue. A female villainess wants to play TheMostDangerousGame with the title character, but he refuses. She uses a bow and arrows to pin him to a door by his clothes so he can't get away. See it [[http://goodcomics.comicbookresources.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/07/spiritdiana2.jpg here]].

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* PinnedToTheWall: September 13, 1942 issue. A female villainess wants to play TheMostDangerousGame HuntingTheMostDangerousGame with the title character, but he refuses. She uses a bow and arrows to pin him to a door by his clothes so he can't get away. See it [[http://goodcomics.comicbookresources.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/07/spiritdiana2.jpg here]].


* UncleTomFoolery: Verging on outright EthnicScrappy.

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* UncleTomFoolery: Verging Ebony White, verging on outright EthnicScrappy.EthnicScrappy. Averted in [[SocietyMarchesOn Darwyn Cooke's run]].


Now licensed to Creator/DCComics, the series was written and drawn by Darwyn Cooke, who distilled elements of the previous series, and set it in the modern day. Creator/DCComics later rebooted the series to fit into their ComicBook/FirstWaveDCU universe, and is now written by Creator/MarkEvanier and Creator/SergioAragones, having taken over for Darwyn Cooke, and is set around the [[TheForties 1940s]] or [[TheFifties 1950s]].

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Now First licensed to Creator/DCComics, the series was written and drawn by Darwyn Cooke, who distilled elements of the previous series, and set it in the modern day. Creator/DCComics later rebooted the series to fit into their ComicBook/FirstWaveDCU universe, and is now written by Creator/MarkEvanier and Creator/SergioAragones, having taken over for Darwyn Cooke, and is set around the [[TheForties 1940s]] or [[TheFifties 1950s]].
1950s]].

Currently licensed by Dynamite Publishing for a new series written by Matt Wagner, the creator of ''Comicbook/{{Grendel}}''.


* BewareTheSillyOnes: One of the most shocking examples of this in the Golden Age of Comics comes when the villainous political fixer Autumn Mews tricks comic relief foil Sammy into revealing the (unused!) secret identity of the Spirit in the classic story [[spoiler: DeathBySecretIdentity: The Death of Autumn Mews]]

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* BewareTheSillyOnes: One of the most shocking examples of this in the Golden Age of Comics comes when the villainous political fixer Autumn Mews tricks comic relief foil Sammy into revealing the (unused!) secret identity of the Spirit in the classic story [[spoiler: DeathBySecretIdentity: The Death of Autumn Mews]]


* BewareTheSillyOnes: One of the most shocking examples of this in the Golden Age of Comics comes when the villainous political fixer Autumn Mews tricks comic relief foil Sammy into revealing the (unused!) secret identity of the Spirit in the classic story [[spoiler: [[DeathBySecretIdentity: The Death of Autumn Mews]]

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* BewareTheSillyOnes: One of the most shocking examples of this in the Golden Age of Comics comes when the villainous political fixer Autumn Mews tricks comic relief foil Sammy into revealing the (unused!) secret identity of the Spirit in the classic story [[spoiler: [[DeathBySecretIdentity: DeathBySecretIdentity: The Death of Autumn Mews]]


* BewareTheSillyOnes: One of the most shocking examples of this in the Golden Age of Comics comes when the villainous political fixer Autumn Mews tricks comic relief foil Sammy into revealing the (unused!) secret identity of the Spirit in the classic story [[spoiler: [[DeathBySecretIdentity: The Death of Autumn Mews]]]]

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* BewareTheSillyOnes: One of the most shocking examples of this in the Golden Age of Comics comes when the villainous political fixer Autumn Mews tricks comic relief foil Sammy into revealing the (unused!) secret identity of the Spirit in the classic story [[spoiler: [[DeathBySecretIdentity: The Death of Autumn Mews]]]]Mews]]


* BewareTheSillyOnes: One of the most shocking examples of this in the Golden Age of Comics comes when the villainous political fixer Autumn Mews tricks comic relief foil Sammy into revealing the (unused!) secret identity of the Spirit in the classic story [[spoiler: The Death of Autumn Mews]]

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* BewareTheSillyOnes: One of the most shocking examples of this in the Golden Age of Comics comes when the villainous political fixer Autumn Mews tricks comic relief foil Sammy into revealing the (unused!) secret identity of the Spirit in the classic story [[spoiler: [[DeathBySecretIdentity: The Death of Autumn Mews]]Mews]]]]


* BewareTheNiceOnes: One of the most shocking examples of this in the Golden Age comes when the villainous political fixer Autumn Mews tricks comic relief foil Sammy into revealing the (unused!) secret identity of the Spirit in the classic story [[spoiler: The Death of Autumn Mews]]

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* BewareTheNiceOnes: BewareTheSillyOnes: One of the most shocking examples of this in the Golden Age of Comics comes when the villainous political fixer Autumn Mews tricks comic relief foil Sammy into revealing the (unused!) secret identity of the Spirit in the classic story [[spoiler: The Death of Autumn Mews]]

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* BewareTheNiceOnes: One of the most shocking examples of this in the Golden Age comes when the villainous political fixer Autumn Mews tricks comic relief foil Sammy into revealing the (unused!) secret identity of the Spirit in the classic story [[spoiler: The Death of Autumn Mews]]


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