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14th Sep '17 1:31:06 AM Chabal2
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* ''ComicBook/{{Superdupont}}'', by Jacques Lob and Creator/{{Gotlib}}, is a French parody of the concept.

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* ''ComicBook/{{Superdupont}}'', by Jacques Lob and Creator/{{Gotlib}}, is a French parody of the concept.concept, defending France from Strawman Foreigners (an organization known as Anti-France, who speak in almost entirely non-French words and try to denature French-made products or steal the Eiffel Tower). Unfortunately, the concept was quite popular among xenophobic far-righters, causing the series to be cancelled.
11th Aug '17 9:18:13 PM shawn_allen
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* In ''Film/{{Wonder Woman}}'', Diana's outfit is color coordinated to evoke a patriotic feeling in the country where she will be visiting (red, white and blue works for both the U.S. and the U.K.) Unfortunately, it's 1914, and women don't walk around wearing a one-piece bathing-suit and above-the-knee boots.
8th Aug '17 6:50:10 PM JoeMerl
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* ''ComicBook/PS238'' had several examples. They have a Captain America clone, Freedom Fighter, hanging around, but he's not immortal, and is nearing retirement. Both the Republicans and the Democrats are grooming their own 'Replacement' flag-waver: US Patriot Act and American Eagle. Their constant attempts at out-patriot each other are obnoxious, the constant quarreling prevents them from accomplishing much of anything, and instead they cause trouble for anyone hanging around. [[SarcasmMode Political commentary? Where?]]

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* ''ComicBook/PS238'' had several examples. They have a Captain America clone, In ''ComicBook/PS238,'' the school has two: US Patriot Act (a boy named Dillon [[SuddenNameChange or Darnel]]) and American Eagle (a girl named Jenny). They're each in training to replacing the aging Freedom Fighter, hanging around, but he's not immortal, are each sponsored by a major political party, and is nearing retirement. Both the Republicans and the Democrats are grooming their own 'Replacement' flag-waver: US Patriot Act and American Eagle. Their constant attempts at out-patriot each other are obnoxious, the constant quarreling prevents really, ''really'' annoying to everyone around them, and keeps them from accomplishing ever getting much of anything, and instead they cause trouble for anyone hanging around.done. [[SarcasmMode Political commentary? Where?]]
6th Aug '17 9:32:23 PM TheJ0ker
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* American Spirit from ''WebOriginal/{{Blackburn}}'' wears a minuteman outfit and was a [[UsefulNotes/NavySEALS SEAL.]]
20th Jul '17 5:40:21 AM Luppercus
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* Series/ElChapulinColorado is frequently mentioned in-universe as "the hero of Latin America", yes, not only Mexico. Which is TruthInTelevision in any case. His bitter rival is a superhero version UncleSam. TakeThat as you wish.

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* Series/ElChapulinColorado is frequently mentioned in-universe as "the hero of Latin America", yes, not only Mexico. Which is TruthInTelevision in any case. His bitter rival is a superhero version of UncleSam. TakeThat as you wish.
20th Jul '17 5:39:39 AM Luppercus
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* Series/ElChapulinColorado is frequently mentioned in-universe as "the hero of Latin America", yes, not only Mexico. Which is TruthInTelevision in case. His bitter rival is a superhero version UncleSam. TakeThat as you wish.

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* Series/ElChapulinColorado is frequently mentioned in-universe as "the hero of Latin America", yes, not only Mexico. Which is TruthInTelevision in any case. His bitter rival is a superhero version UncleSam. TakeThat as you wish.
20th Jul '17 5:38:59 AM Luppercus
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* Series/ElChapulinColorado is frequently mentioned in-universe as "the hero of Latin America", yes, not only Mexico. Which is TruthInTelevision in case. His bitter rival is a superhero version UncleSam. TakeThat as you wish.
18th Jun '17 2:03:58 AM DemonDuckofDoom
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* ComicBook/TheSteelFist is literally empowered by Lady Liberty to fight evil.
15th Jun '17 12:23:46 AM DemonDuckofDoom
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* ComicBook/SuperAmerican has the most Captain Patriotic codename ever, and was specifically sent from the future to defend the United States.
9th Jun '17 3:28:28 PM nombretomado
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* In ''ComicBook/{{Stormwatch}}: Team Achilles'' (the {{Wildstorm}} Universe, now integrated into the main DCU), Citizen Soldier is so much a super-patriot that he renounced death itself to protect America. In fact, he's George Washington (yes, ''that'' George Washington), constantly reincarnating thanks to a magic ritual designed by Franklin, Jefferson, and the other Freemason sorcerers.

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* In ''ComicBook/{{Stormwatch}}: Team Achilles'' (the {{Wildstorm}} {{Creator/Wildstorm}} Universe, now integrated into the main DCU), Citizen Soldier is so much a super-patriot that he renounced death itself to protect America. In fact, he's George Washington (yes, ''that'' George Washington), constantly reincarnating thanks to a magic ritual designed by Franklin, Jefferson, and the other Freemason sorcerers.
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