Real Name
James "Jim" Barr
First Appearance
Nickel Comics #1, (May, 1940)
Bill Parker, Jon Smalle
Team Affiliations
Squadron of Justice, All-Star Squadron
Base of Operations
No information
Chemically-induced superhuman strength and intelligence, Gravity Regulator Helmet grants them: Flight, Bullet deflection
Skills and Abilities
Fighting Experience
Gravity Regulator Helmet

Bulletman (Jim Barr)is a superhero in the Fawcett and DC Universes.

Origin[edit | edit source]

Despite Jim Barr's desire to become a cop, his physical weaknesses prevented him from entering the police force.  Focusing on ballistic sciences, Jim created both a "crime cure" that increased one's physical prowess, as well as the gravity regulator helmet, a bullet-shaped helmet that made him able to fly and deflect bullets.  Jim then decided to use his newfound powers to fight crime as Bulletman.

Biography[edit | edit source]

Fawcett Comics[edit | edit source]

James "Jim" Barr was raised by his father, a police officer (any information about his mother remains unknown).  When his father was murdered on the line of duty, Jim decided to dedicate himself to fighting crime and worked towards becoming a police officer. When he graduated from High School, he attempted to become an officer but ended up being rejected by the police academy due to his weak body. Instead, Jim decided to move towards to the study of ballistics and was a brilliant chemistry genius.

DC Comics[edit | edit source]

In other media[edit | edit source]

Bulletman appears in the Batman: The Brave and the Bold episode "Joker: The Vile and the Villainous!", voiced by Yuri Lowenthal. He is featured in a flashback foiling Weeper's plot to destroy Fawcett City.

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