Welcome to the SUPER-PATRIOT portal. This page provides navigation to all media relating to Super-partiots. For the purpose of clarity, a "super-patriot" is defined as a protagonist employing an American theme or costume design. Heroes may be either male or female, adult or child. Note that this portal is confined mainly to comic strip/comic book derivatives; alternate sources may be found in the Pulp and Serial portals. For antagonists, visit the Villains portal. If you wish to nominate a featured image or article for this page, please leave a note on the Talk Page.

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Uncle Sam is the national personification of the United States. The first usage of the term dates from the War of 1812, and the first drawing dates from 1852. The most common depiction is of a serious, elderly white man with white hair, a beard, and patriotic clothing. He first appeared in comics in 1940 when Will Eisner introduced him as a superhero in National Comics #1.


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Major Victory

Major Victory was an unnamed American soldier killed during a Nazi sabotage attempt. In recognition of his indomitable courage and valor, the national spirit Father Patriot restored him to life with the ringing of the Liberty Bell. Donning a patriotic uniform, he continued to fight for America as Major Victory. Despite his supernatural origins, Major Victory has no super human powers. However, his spiritual mentor provided him with a mountain sanctuary, a super radio receiver, and an aircraft for his battle against the enemies of freedom. Whenever his presence is required, Father Patriot rings the Liberty Bell - which only the Major himself can hear - and in a flash of lightning, Victory is transported to appear before him...


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Republic Pictures' Captain America.