Airboy appears in 221 issues.
Though possessing no superpowers, the Black Angel was a great ace and a canny adversary on the ground.
Holly McCovey was the assistant to Ambassador Sylvia Lawton, formerly the WWII-era heroine The Black Angel. Holly adopted the mentor's identity as the second Black Angel.
Chase Yale, war correspondent, assumed the role of Commando Yank because he didn't think reporting on the war was doing enough to further his country's cause.
A World War II fighter pilot clad in Medieval armor.
A freedom fighter from the South American country of Bogantilla, left mute when her tongue was cut out by torturers. After the pilot known as Skywolf helped overthrow the dictator, she adopted the wolf-themed identity "La Lupina" as an homage to him.
Mike Moran transforms into a superpowered individual called Marvelman, a superhero that became one of the Gods of Earth.
A Japanese warrior defeated by the original Airboy (Davy Nelson Jr.). His respect for his opponent eventually turned to friendship, and in later years he served as a mentor to Davy Nelson III, the second Airboy.
World War II hero with strength-enhancing harness.
Inheriting the strength-enhancing harness of World War II hero Sgt. Strike, Dennis Foreman became the hero Strike.
Baron Eric von Emmelmann, a World War I German flying ace who was shot down in 1918 over a Polish swamp. Through the decades his body decayed and intermingled with the vegetation around him, becoming one with the marshland itself until at last it arose from the muck during the early years of World War II as The Heap
In the early 1930's, Leo Kragg, Hollywood producer dons a black mask and long trench coat and a pair of 45's and stalked criminals. Then around the Second World War, he dropped out of sight. Now he returns to hunt a new generation of crime while training a young protege.
Liselotte von Schellendorf, aka Valkyrie, is the main rival and love interest of Airboy.
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