This character has been mentioned only and never actually shown in a comic book or on-screen. Despite their lack of physical appearances, information about them might still be relevant or interesting or at least worthy of documentation. Anything known about them is to be considered second-hand information.

Charlie Bowles was a writer for Gotham Broadcasting Company, which Alan Scott had owned and operated during his years following the retirement of his Green Lantern identity. During those years, the writers in Alan Scott's employ were accused of being Communists, one of them being Charlie Bowles, who ended up killing himself. Though Scott was angry that Bowles would buckle under the pressure, he later honored him by setting up a writer's scholarship in his name and memory.

  • This character is native to the JSA: The Golden Age series of stories, appearing mostly as a behind-the-scenes character.