American Eagle (Nedor Comics)

American Eagle (Nedor Comics)

American Eagle (Nedor Comics)

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The American Eagle was a fictional superhero from the Golden Age of Comics. He first appeared in Exciting Comics #25 (February 1942), published by Better Comics, a part of Nedor Comics. American Eagle has been briefly revived two separate comics publishers, first by AC Comics, and then by writer Alan Moore as part of his Tom Strong comics and its spin-off Terra Obscura.

Nedor Comics

American Eagle was the secret identity of scientist Tom Standish. While performing experiments for the US government, he was accidentally exposed to a mysterious black ray. The ray gave him the powers of the Bald Eagle--flight, strength and (of course) patriotism. Standish used his powers to fight the Nazis and other enemies during World War II. He was accompanied by his young companion Bud Pierce who, as "Eaglet", had powers similar to the American Eagle.

Nedor Comics bibliography

The American Eagle appeared in Exciting Comics 22-27, 29-38, 40-47, and 49-50; The Fighting Yank #18; and America's Best Comics (not to be cofused with the later DC Comics imprint) 2, 6, 7, 10-12, and 14. The American Eagle's origin was explained in America's Best Comics #2 (September 1942).

AC Comics

AC Comics has reused the Golden Age American Eagle in their revival of the Nedor Comics superheroes. He has appeared in issues of The Fighting Yank, set during the 1950s.

America's Best Comics/DC

The Golden Age version of the America Eagle was also revived by Alan Moore for his Tom Strong comics,...
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