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    Default Poll: Besides Captain America, who is your favorite U.S. patriotic superhero?

    Besides Captain America, who is your favorite U.S. patriotic superhero?

    In honor of Independence Day, CBR wants to know, which hero -- other than Captain America -- is your favorite star-spangled hero?


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    During the World War II, there was an abundant supply of flag-wearing super-heroes including Captain America.

    U.S. Agent (Marvel Comics)

    Jack Flag (Marvel Comics)

    Free Spirit (Marvel Comics)

    Iron Patriot (Marvel Comics)

    Citizen V (Marvel Comics)

    Patriot (Marvel Comics)

    Spirit of '76 (Marvel Comics)

    Miss America (Marvel Comics)

    Miss America (DC Comics)

    V-Man (Fox Features Syndicate)

    General Glory (DC comics)

    Wonder Woman

    Liberty Belle (DC comics)

    Shield (MLJ comics) - the comics' first flag-wearing superhero

    Fighting American (Prize Comics)

    Captain Flag (MLJ comics)

    Minute Man (Fawcett Comics)

    Major Victory (Chesler Comics)

    American Crusader, who originally appeared in Thrilling Comics #19 (Better Publications, 1941).

    Uncle Sam (Quality Comics)

    Liberator (Nedor Comics)

    Captain Battle (Lev Gleason's Silver Streak Comics)

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    Iron Patriot. The rest I don't know aside from U.S agent.

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    Shield - comics' first flag-wearing superhero

    Fighting American

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    Guy Gardener

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    He didn't seem the type to have a green thumb, despite the ring and all. If he counts, I'm going with Guy too. Otherwise Rikki Barnes/alternate Bucky.
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    I'm a US Agent fan, I know, he was Cap for a little while, but it's his time as US Agent that won me over
    "Half this game is ninety percent mental." - Yogi Berra

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    Yeah, USAgent for me as well. I like Jack Flag a lot as well
    "At my core I was never a hero, I was a hunter"

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    Miss America Chavez!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zetsubou View Post

    Citizen V (Marvel Comics)
    Citizen V is English, then French, then the offspring of those first two, then English again at some point, then Baron Zemo, then Dallas Riordan, then English again. Character has a confusing history.
    'Authorities say the phony Pope can be recognized by his high-top sneakers and incredibly foul mouth.'

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    Jean Grey, Gwen Stacy, Nick Fury, Professor X, Mar-Vell, Richard Rider, Kid Loki- Bring Them Back!!!

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    No American Dream?

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    I'll go with Silent Majority (from the Force of July team):



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    I used to maintain an annual list of "Flagsuit characters" -- meaning people whose costumes had a clear debt to the U.S. Flag. Looking back, I see that in The Master List of Flagsuit Characters (Fourth Draft), I asserted I had identified 249 of them. And that was counting each "role" just once. (For instance, "Captain America (Marvel)" was only one item on my list, instead of my offering separate listings for Steve Rogers and for everyone else who ever wore the exact same flagsuit while using the same codename.)

    Looking back on it now, I see that "American Eagle" seems to be the most popular flagsuit alias on my list -- four different companies have used it for heroes who wore a red-white-and-blue outfit.

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    America Chavez! #1

    Although she's not on the list.

    So favorite on the list is Liberty Belle.

    Also not on the list love to hate The Comedian.

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    Miss America Chavez!!!!
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