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28th Jul '17 12:10:03 PM StFan
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* The '80s indy superhero series ''{{ComicBook/Northguard}}'', published by Matrix Comics. A serious series which nevertheless lampshaded many Captain Geographic clichés.

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* The '80s indy superhero series ''{{ComicBook/Northguard}}'', ''ComicBook/{{Northguard}}'', published by Matrix Comics. A serious series which nevertheless lampshaded many Captain Geographic clichés.



* The Shield from ''Franchise/ArchieComics'', who was temporarily integrated into Franchise/TheDCU along with his other MLJ/Archie/Red Circle pals. Of note is the fact that he also happens to be one of the earliest patriotic heroes, and the design similarities between his costume and Captain America's original shield forced Marvel to change the shape of the latter. Archie's collection of some of the Shield's first comics proudly proclaims that he was the very ''first'' superhero to wear the Stars and Stripes. Which makes him the TropeMaker, at least in America.
* Franchise/WonderWoman, for the US, despite not canonically being born there. Her costume was eventually explained to be modeled in honor of a female American pilot who crashed on Themyscira.
* Presumably the same for Wonder Wabbit from the Just'a Lotta Animals of Earth-C-Minus from ''Comicbook/CaptainCarrotAndHisAmazingZooCrew'', who even [[LampshadeHanging lampshades]] her costume choice when Yankee Poodle compliments her on how patriotic it looks.
* Other: Captain Canada/Captain Newfoundland (from the obscure Geoff Sterling comic ''Atlantis''), Captain Canada (the cartoon one), Captain Canuck, Johnny Canuck (all Canada); Captain Euro and Europa (European Union. Yes.).
* [[http://sobs.org/chicago-local/captain-chicago.html Captain Chicago]], the superhero of comics and RealLife, wears a Chicago flag and a hat shaped like the Sears Tower.



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* The Shield from Franchise/ArchieComics, who was temporarily integrated into Franchise/TheDCU along with his other MLJ/Archie/Red Circle pals. Of note is the fact that he also happens to be one of the earliest patriotic heroes, and the design similarities between his costume and Captain America's original shield forced Marvel to change the shape of the latter.
** Archie's collection of some of the Shield's first comics proudly proclaims that he was the very ''first'' superhero to wear the Stars and Stripes. Which makes him the TropeMaker, at least in America.
* Franchise/WonderWoman, for the US, despite not canonically being born there. Her costume was eventually explained to be modeled in honor of a female American pilot who crashed on Themyscira.
** Presumably the same for Wonder Wabbit from the [[Comicbook/CaptainCarrotAndHisAmazingZooCrew Just'a Lotta Animals]] of Earth-C-Minus, who even [[LampshadeHanging lampshades]] her costume choice when Yankee Poodle compliments her on how patriotic it looks.
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* The ''Roleplay/GlobalGuardiansPBEMUniverse'' features: Captain Texas (premiere hero of the Lone Star State); Captain Australia; Ultra-Man (from the United States); Jean d'Arc (France); Rodina (Russia), and Captain Barbados. Britain is represented by both Union Jack and John Bull. Doctor Tomorrowland Is a special case, in that he is named after one of Disney World's "lands" (which is appropriate, since he is a corporate hero working for the Disney corporation).
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* The ''Roleplay/GlobalGuardiansPBEMUniverse'' features: Captain Texas (premiere hero of the Lone Star State); Captain Australia; Ultra-Man (from the United States); Jean d'Arc (France); Rodina (Russia), and Captain Barbados. Britain is represented by both Union Jack and John Bull. Doctor Tomorrowland Is a special case, in that he is named after one of Disney World's "lands" (which is appropriate, since he is a corporate hero working for the Disney corporation).
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* Played for laughs in the Literature/WhateleyUniverse with the character [[strike:CAPTAIN CANADA!]] Cerebrex. He's a student at Whateley Academy whose powers work best if he gets properly psyched up first, and waxing over-the-top patriotic about the Great White North is his method of choice. Oh, and he can't actually officially call himself 'Captain Canada' because, possible copyright issues aside, school rules don't allow students to use ranks or titles they're not actually ''holding'' in their 'real' identity in their code names...

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* The ''Roleplay/GlobalGuardiansPBEMUniverse'' features: Captain Texas (premiere hero of the Lone Star State); Captain Australia; Ultra-Man (from the United States); Jean d'Arc (France); Rodina (Russia), and Captain Barbados. Britain is represented by both Union Jack and John Bull. Doctor Tomorrowland Is a special case, in that he is named after one of Disney World's "lands" (which is appropriate, since he is a corporate hero working for the Disney corporation).
* Played for laughs in the Literature/WhateleyUniverse ''Literature/WhateleyUniverse'' with the character [[strike:CAPTAIN CANADA!]] Cerebrex. He's a student at Whateley Academy whose powers work best if he gets properly psyched up first, and waxing over-the-top patriotic about the Great White North is his method of choice. Oh, and he can't actually officially call himself 'Captain Canada' because, possible copyright issues aside, school rules don't allow students to use ranks or titles they're not actually ''holding'' in their 'real' identity in their code names...



* American Maid of ''WesternAnimation/TheTick''

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* American Maid of ''WesternAnimation/TheTick''''WesternAnimation/TheTick''.




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* Other: Captain Canada/Captain Newfoundland (from the obscure Geoff Sterling comic ''Atlantis''), Captain Canada (the cartoon one), Captain Canuck, Johnny Canuck (all Canada); Captain Euro and Europa (European Union. Yes.).
* [[http://sobs.org/chicago-local/captain-chicago.html Captain Chicago]], the superhero of comics and RealLife, wears a Chicago flag and a hat shaped like the Sears Tower.
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8th May '17 7:53:01 PM dasuberkaiser
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* Played for laughs in the Literature/WhateleyUniverse with the character [[strike:CAPTAIN CANADA!]] Cerebrex. He's a student at Whateley Academy whose powers work best if he gets properly psyched up first, and waxing over-the-top patriotic about the Great White North is his method of choice. Oh, and he can't actually officially call himself 'Captain Canada' because, possible copyright issues aside, school rules don't allow students to use ranks or titles they're not actually ''holding'' in their 'real' identity in their code names...
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* Played for laughs in the Literature/WhateleyUniverse with the character [[strike:CAPTAIN CANADA!]] Cerebrex. He's a student at Whateley Academy whose powers work best if he gets properly psyched up first, and waxing over-the-top patriotic about the Great White North is his method of choice. Oh, and he can't actually officially call himself 'Captain Canada' because, possible copyright issues aside, school rules don't allow students to use ranks or titles they're not actually ''holding'' in their 'real' identity in their code names...
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1st May '17 4:02:44 PM TonyG
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* ''Series/BrooklynNineNine'' has the fictional comic book hero Captain Latvia, the favorite of Charles's adopted Latvian son Nikolaj. Charles buys an action figure for Christmas, then tries to take down a Latvian Mafia operation that delays its shipping.
8th Jan '17 1:18:38 PM nombretomado
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** In UltimateMarvel, Captain Britain is part of the European Defense Initiative, which as the [[TheWikiRule Marvel Database Wiki]] states, is pretty much an European version of TheUltimates (completely eschewing the mainstream counterpart's mystical origins). Along with him, there's also a Captain Spain, a Captain France and a Captain Italy (the latter two have since died).

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** In UltimateMarvel, ComicBook/UltimateMarvel, Captain Britain is part of the European Defense Initiative, which as the [[TheWikiRule Marvel Database Wiki]] states, is pretty much an European version of TheUltimates ComicBook/TheUltimates (completely eschewing the mainstream counterpart's mystical origins). Along with him, there's also a Captain Spain, a Captain France and a Captain Italy (the latter two have since died).
8th Nov '16 6:41:14 PM jormis29
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* The MarvelUniverse used to have a Soviet superhero named Vanguard whose weapons were a hammer and a sickle.

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* The MarvelUniverse used to have a Soviet superhero named Vanguard whose weapons were [[HammerAndSickle a hammer and a sickle.sickle]].
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8th Nov '16 11:39:49 AM MadAnthony94
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** Atlanta has the Real Thing (a reference to Coca-Cola, which has a major bottling plant thereabouts)
13th Oct '16 2:44:27 PM naturalironist
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* [[http://sobs.org/chicago-local/captain-chicago.html Captain Chicago]], the superhero of comics and RealLife, wears a Chicago flag and a hat shaped like the Sears Tower.
20th Aug '16 12:25:57 PM rick98
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* Literature/JusticeSquad: Ivy, hailing from the UK, has the Union Jack on her top.



* Literature/JusticeSquad: Ivy, hailing from the UK, has the Union Jack on her top.






* In one ''WesternAnimation/ThePowerpuffGirls'' episode Blossom briefly remodels herself as "Liberty Belle" with a stars-and-stripes motif. Funnily enough, there actually ''is'' a patriotic heroine in DC called Liberty Belle...
** And most of the guest characters in the ''WesternAnimation/DextersLaboratory'' crossover "Members Only".
* WesternAnimation/TheSuperHeroSquadShow episode ''O Captain, My Captain'' featured Captain America leading a squad composed entirely of CaptainGeographic -- Captain Britain, Captain Canada (''ComicBook/{{Wolverine}}'' forced into a different outfit for the time being), Captain Australia, Captain Brazil, and Captain Liechtenstein, all wearing their respective flag-themed spandex outfits.



* In one ''WesternAnimation/ThePowerpuffGirls'' episode Blossom briefly remodels herself as "Liberty Belle" with a stars-and-stripes motif. Funnily enough, there actually ''is'' a patriotic heroine in DC called Liberty Belle...
** And most of the guest characters in the ''WesternAnimation/DextersLaboratory'' crossover "Members Only".
* WesternAnimation/TheSuperHeroSquadShow episode ''O Captain, My Captain'' featured Captain America leading a squad composed entirely of CaptainGeographic -- Captain Britain, Captain Canada (''ComicBook/{{Wolverine}}'' forced into a different outfit for the time being), Captain Australia, Captain Brazil, and Captain Liechtenstein, all wearing their respective flag-themed spandex outfits.


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19th Aug '16 6:04:08 PM rick98
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* DC's ''ComicBook/TheNew52FuturesEnd'' series has two supporting British heroines, Banger and Mash. (Bangers-and-mash is a traditional British dish consisting of sausages and mashed potatoes.)
* Jokingly parodied in the New 52 ''ComicBook/HarleyQuinn'' with the Gang of Harleys. The Indian-American Harley is called Bolly Quinn, the African-American one from Harlem is Harlem Quinn, the Jewish one is [[UsefulNotes/JewishHolidays Hanuquinn]], the Chinese-American one from Queens is Harley Queen, etc.
** On a similar note, team-up series ''Harley's Little Black Book'' features the London Legion of Superheroes, who include Big Bad Ben, the Pub Crawler, and Double Decker.
* ComicBook/CaptainAmerica, the Patriot, the Spirit of '76, the Defender, Superpatriot, the Bold Urban Commandos, Nuke, Jack Flagg, Miss America, Free Spirit, and [=USAgent=] of Creator/MarvelComics with America.
** Odd mini-reference from the "Marvel Zombies: Volume 3": "Captain Mexica," an alternate-universe version of Captain America (duh) from Earth-1519 "Aztec Empire never fell." Aztec-themed costume, little stylized "thingies" on his ears instead of wings, speaks in (presumably) Aztec heiroglyphics.
** The costume of Bucky/Winter Soldier as Captain America [[http://goodcomics.comicbookresources.com/2007/11/19/fun-with-flags/ actually resembles the flag of Puerto Rico]]. Obviously a case of artistic license (at least it is a ''territory of'' the US).
*** The original Captain America costume had a similar problem - since that only has one star, it actually more closely resembles the flags of Liberia, Chile and Texas than the Stars and Stripes.
*** Besides, the design on Bucky's chest even ''more'' clearly resembles the original, triangular Captain America shield. Plus, old soldiers like Steve and Bucky would [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_States_Flag_Code know better]] than to wear the actual flag of the US as a uniform.
** Minor Marvel villain Nuke, being essentially an EvilCounterpart of Captain America, is a surprisingly downplayed example; he has a Stars and Stripes flag [[WearingAFlagOnYourHead tattooed on his face]] and takes "Red, White and Blue" drugs to fuel his super powers, with different colors affecting his mood/abilities (reds fuel his strength and drive him berserk, blues give him less strength but keep him from going too crazy, and whites cool him down).
* ComicBook/CaptainBritain of ''ComicBook/{{Excalibur}}'', and various counterparts like Union Jack and Albion.
** In UltimateMarvel, Captain Britain is part of the European Defense Initiative, which as the [[TheWikiRule Marvel Database Wiki]] states, is pretty much an European version of TheUltimates (completely eschewing the mainstream counterpart's mystical origins). Along with him, there's also a Captain Spain, a Captain France and a Captain Italy (the latter two have since died).
** ComicBook/{{Psylocke}} also briefly becomes Captain Britain.
* Creator/PaulCornell's ''Wisdom'' and ''ComicBook/CaptainBritainAndMI13'' run featured Captain [[UsefulNotes/TheMidlands Midlands]].
* Creator/PaulCornell's ''Knight and Squire'' features various British heroes and villains including Captain Cornwall (and his sidekick, Cornwall Boy), The Professional Scotsman, a cricket based crime gang called The Eleven, a neo-nazi Morris dancer called Morris Major, and a group of West Country cyborgs known as the Cydermen.
* Captain Nazi from ''[[ComicBook/{{Shazam}} Captain Marvel]]'' was this when he was first written during UsefulNotes/WorldWarII. Not that he isn't an example by default.
** And let's not forget virtually every Nazi or Axis-allied character from the Golden Age. Both Killer Sharks also proudly wore the Swastika, for instance, as did Baron Blitzkrieg.

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* DC's ''ComicBook/TheNew52FuturesEnd'' series has two supporting British heroines, Banger and Mash. (Bangers-and-mash is a traditional British dish consisting of sausages and mashed potatoes.)
* Jokingly parodied in the New 52 ''ComicBook/HarleyQuinn'' with the Gang of Harleys. The Indian-American Harley is called Bolly Quinn, the African-American one from Harlem is Harlem Quinn, the Jewish one is [[UsefulNotes/JewishHolidays Hanuquinn]], the Chinese-American one from Queens is Harley Queen, etc.
** On a similar note, team-up series ''Harley's Little Black Book'' features the London Legion of Superheroes, who include Big Bad Ben, the Pub Crawler, and Double Decker.
* ComicBook/CaptainAmerica, the Patriot, the Spirit of '76, the Defender, Superpatriot, the Bold Urban Commandos, Nuke, Jack Flagg, Miss America, Free Spirit, and [=USAgent=] of Creator/MarvelComics with America.
** Odd mini-reference from the "Marvel Zombies: Volume 3": "Captain Mexica," an alternate-universe version of Captain America (duh) from Earth-1519 "Aztec Empire never fell." Aztec-themed costume, little stylized "thingies" on his ears instead of wings, speaks in (presumably) Aztec heiroglyphics.
** The costume of Bucky/Winter Soldier as Captain America [[http://goodcomics.comicbookresources.com/2007/11/19/fun-with-flags/ actually resembles the flag of Puerto Rico]]. Obviously a case of artistic license (at least it is a ''territory of'' the US).
*** The original Captain America costume had a similar problem - since that only has one star, it actually more closely resembles the flags of Liberia, Chile and Texas than the Stars and Stripes.
*** Besides, the design on Bucky's chest even ''more'' clearly resembles the original, triangular Captain America shield. Plus, old soldiers like Steve and Bucky would [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_States_Flag_Code know better]] than to wear the actual flag of the US as a uniform.
** Minor Marvel villain Nuke, being essentially an EvilCounterpart of Captain America, is a surprisingly downplayed example; he has a Stars and Stripes flag [[WearingAFlagOnYourHead tattooed on his face]] and takes "Red, White and Blue" drugs to fuel his super powers, with different colors affecting his mood/abilities (reds fuel his strength and drive him berserk, blues give him less strength but keep him from going too crazy, and whites cool him down).
* ComicBook/CaptainBritain of ''ComicBook/{{Excalibur}}'', and various counterparts like Union Jack and Albion.
** In UltimateMarvel, Captain Britain is part of the European Defense Initiative, which as the [[TheWikiRule Marvel Database Wiki]] states, is pretty much an European version of TheUltimates (completely eschewing the mainstream counterpart's mystical origins). Along with him, there's also a Captain Spain, a Captain France and a Captain Italy (the latter two have since died).
** ComicBook/{{Psylocke}} also briefly becomes Captain Britain.
* Creator/PaulCornell's ''Wisdom'' and ''ComicBook/CaptainBritainAndMI13'' run featured Captain [[UsefulNotes/TheMidlands Midlands]].
* Creator/PaulCornell's ''Knight and Squire'' features various British heroes and villains including Captain Cornwall (and his sidekick, Cornwall Boy), The Professional Scotsman, a cricket based crime gang called The Eleven, a neo-nazi Morris dancer called Morris Major, and a group of West Country cyborgs known as the Cydermen.
* Captain Nazi from ''[[ComicBook/{{Shazam}} Captain Marvel]]'' was this when he was first written during UsefulNotes/WorldWarII. Not that he isn't an example by default.
** And let's not forget virtually every Nazi or Axis-allied character from the Golden Age. Both Killer Sharks also proudly wore the Swastika, for instance, as did Baron Blitzkrieg.



* The '80s indy superhero series [[http://www.northguard.com Northguard]], published by Matrix Comics. A serious series which nevertheless lampshaded many Captain Geographic clichés.
* The Shield from Franchise/ArchieComics, who was temporarily integrated into Franchise/TheDCU along with his other MLJ/Archie/Red Circle pals. Of note is the fact that he also happens to be one of the earliest patriotic heroes, and the design similarities between his costume and Captain America's original shield forced Marvel to change the shape of the latter.
** Archie's collection of some of the Shield's first comics proudly proclaims that he was the very ''first'' superhero to wear the Stars and Stripes. Which makes him the TropeMaker, at least in America.
* Sabra from the Marvel Universe. "Sabra" is the term for a Jew born in Israel (or before 1948, in Palestine).
* Marvel: Major Mapleleaf, Red Guardian (Soviet Union, basically a recolored ComicBook/CaptainAmerica costume; later changed to Steel Guardian), the Guardian (who wears a maple leaf on his costume).
* DC: Liberty Belle, Uncle Sam (a personification of the US), Steel I and III (US), [=KGBeast=], [=NKVDemon=] (yeah, DC was stretching it), Red Star (Soviet Union)
** The entire People's Heroes team, even. Molotov, Hammer, Sickle, Bolshoi, and Pravda all proudly wore the red star on their uniforms.
** Also from DC's Russia, the Rocket Red Brigade, who all have the red star on the chestplates of their armor.
* Other: Captain Canada/Captain Newfoundland (from the obscure Geoff Sterling comic ''Atlantis''), Captain Canada (the cartoon one), Captain Canuck, Johnny Canuck (all Canada); Captain Euro and Europa (European Union. Yes.).
* The MarvelUniverse used to have a Soviet superhero named Vanguard whose weapons were a hammer and a sickle.
** And of course there's still the villainous Omega Red.
** Would (also villainous) Crimson Dynamo count?
*** Probably not as red is more of a symbol of an international ideology than a nation here. Neither Omega Red's costume nor that of the Crimson Dynamo includes a national symbol of the Soviet Union (hammer and sickle, red five-pointed star) or Russia (double eagle).
* DC Comics had a team of America-themed super ''villains'': [[StealthPun The Force Of July]], enemies of ComicBook/BatmanAndTheOutsiders. They considered themselves heroes, but were too extremist (and manipulated by a rich superpatriot type.)
* ''Comicbook/CaptainCarrotAndHisAmazingZooCrew'' has Yankee Poodle, whose name and costume were inspired by the (United Species of) America's flag and her powers (being able to project electromagnetic stars with one hand and stripes with another). Fellow teammate American Eagle, while having no powers, also has a patriotic theme to his costume and superheroic identity, though thanks to his personality and career in his alter-ego as a conservative radio talk show host, it's carried to a much further degree than Yankee Poodle's.
* While he never had his own series, the Franchise/MarvelUniverse version of Germany has Hauptmann Deutschland (translation: Captain Germany) as its national hero.



*ComicBook/CaptainAmerica, the Patriot, the Spirit of '76, the Defender, Superpatriot, the Bold Urban Commandos, Nuke, Jack Flagg, Miss America, Free Spirit, and [=USAgent=] of Creator/MarvelComics with America.
** Odd mini-reference from the "Marvel Zombies: Volume 3": "Captain Mexica," an alternate-universe version of Captain America (duh) from Earth-1519 "Aztec Empire never fell." Aztec-themed costume, little stylized "thingies" on his ears instead of wings, speaks in (presumably) Aztec heiroglyphics.
** The costume of Bucky/Winter Soldier as Captain America [[http://goodcomics.comicbookresources.com/2007/11/19/fun-with-flags/ actually resembles the flag of Puerto Rico]]. Obviously a case of artistic license (at least it is a ''territory of'' the US).
*** The original Captain America costume had a similar problem - since that only has one star, it actually more closely resembles the flags of Liberia, Chile and Texas than the Stars and Stripes.
*** Besides, the design on Bucky's chest even ''more'' clearly resembles the original, triangular Captain America shield. Plus, old soldiers like Steve and Bucky would [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_States_Flag_Code know better]] than to wear the actual flag of the US as a uniform.
** Minor Marvel villain Nuke, being essentially an EvilCounterpart of Captain America, is a surprisingly downplayed example; he has a Stars and Stripes flag [[WearingAFlagOnYourHead tattooed on his face]] and takes "Red, White and Blue" drugs to fuel his super powers, with different colors affecting his mood/abilities (reds fuel his strength and drive him berserk, blues give him less strength but keep him from going too crazy, and whites cool him down).
* ComicBook/CaptainBritain of ''ComicBook/{{Excalibur}}'', and various counterparts like Union Jack and Albion.
** In UltimateMarvel, Captain Britain is part of the European Defense Initiative, which as the [[TheWikiRule Marvel Database Wiki]] states, is pretty much an European version of TheUltimates (completely eschewing the mainstream counterpart's mystical origins). Along with him, there's also a Captain Spain, a Captain France and a Captain Italy (the latter two have since died).
** ComicBook/{{Psylocke}} also briefly becomes Captain Britain.
* Creator/PaulCornell's ''Wisdom'' and ''ComicBook/CaptainBritainAndMI13'' run featured Captain [[UsefulNotes/TheMidlands Midlands]].
* ''Comicbook/CaptainCarrotAndHisAmazingZooCrew'' has Yankee Poodle, whose name and costume were inspired by the (United Species of) America's flag and her powers (being able to project electromagnetic stars with one hand and stripes with another). Fellow teammate American Eagle, while having no powers, also has a patriotic theme to his costume and superheroic identity, though thanks to his personality and career in his alter-ego as a conservative radio talk show host, it's carried to a much further degree than Yankee Poodle's.
* DC: Liberty Belle, Uncle Sam (a personification of the US), Steel I and III (US), [=KGBeast=], [=NKVDemon=] (yeah, DC was stretching it), Red Star (Soviet Union)
* DC Comics had a team of America-themed super ''villains'': [[StealthPun The Force Of July]], enemies of ComicBook/BatmanAndTheOutsiders. They considered themselves heroes, but were too extremist (and manipulated by a rich superpatriot type.)
** The entire People's Heroes team, even. Molotov, Hammer, Sickle, Bolshoi, and Pravda all proudly wore the red star on their uniforms.
** Also from DC's Russia, the Rocket Red Brigade, who all have the red star on the chestplates of their armor.
* Jokingly parodied in the New 52 ''ComicBook/HarleyQuinn'' with the Gang of Harleys. The Indian-American Harley is called Bolly Quinn, the African-American one from Harlem is Harlem Quinn, the Jewish one is [[UsefulNotes/JewishHolidays Hanuquinn]], the Chinese-American one from Queens is Harley Queen, etc.
** On a similar note, team-up series ''Harley's Little Black Book'' features the London Legion of Superheroes, who include Big Bad Ben, the Pub Crawler, and Double Decker.
** DC's ''ComicBook/TheNew52FuturesEnd'' series has two supporting British heroines, Banger and Mash. (Bangers-and-mash is a traditional British dish consisting of sausages and mashed potatoes.)
* Creator/PaulCornell's ''Knight and Squire'' features various British heroes and villains including Captain Cornwall (and his sidekick, Cornwall Boy), The Professional Scotsman, a cricket based crime gang called The Eleven, a neo-nazi Morris dancer called Morris Major, and a group of West Country cyborgs known as the Cydermen.
* Marvel: Major Mapleleaf, Red Guardian (Soviet Union, basically a recolored ComicBook/CaptainAmerica costume; later changed to Steel Guardian), the Guardian (who wears a maple leaf on his costume).
** Sabra from the Marvel Universe. "Sabra" is the term for a Jew born in Israel (or before 1948, in Palestine).
* The MarvelUniverse used to have a Soviet superhero named Vanguard whose weapons were a hammer and a sickle.
** And of course there's still the villainous Omega Red.
** Would (also villainous) Crimson Dynamo count?
*** Probably not as red is more of a symbol of an international ideology than a nation here. Neither Omega Red's costume nor that of the Crimson Dynamo includes a national symbol of the Soviet Union (hammer and sickle, red five-pointed star) or Russia (double eagle).
* While he never had his own series, the Franchise/MarvelUniverse version of Germany has Hauptmann Deutschland (translation: Captain Germany) as its national hero.
* The '80s indy superhero series ''{{ComicBook/Northguard}}'', published by Matrix Comics. A serious series which nevertheless lampshaded many Captain Geographic clichés.
* Captain Nazi from ''[[ComicBook/{{Shazam}} Captain Marvel]]'' was this when he was first written during UsefulNotes/WorldWarII. Not that he isn't an example by default.
** And let's not forget virtually every Nazi or Axis-allied character from the Golden Age. Both Killer Sharks also proudly wore the Swastika, for instance, as did Baron Blitzkrieg.



* The Shield from Franchise/ArchieComics, who was temporarily integrated into Franchise/TheDCU along with his other MLJ/Archie/Red Circle pals. Of note is the fact that he also happens to be one of the earliest patriotic heroes, and the design similarities between his costume and Captain America's original shield forced Marvel to change the shape of the latter.
** Archie's collection of some of the Shield's first comics proudly proclaims that he was the very ''first'' superhero to wear the Stars and Stripes. Which makes him the TropeMaker, at least in America.










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* Other: Captain Canada/Captain Newfoundland (from the obscure Geoff Sterling comic ''Atlantis''), Captain Canada (the cartoon one), Captain Canuck, Johnny Canuck (all Canada); Captain Euro and Europa (European Union. Yes.).
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