Allied Supermen of America appears in 8 issues.
Alley Cat was a pound heroine who fought crime with her wits and a whip. She later married her fellow Allied "Supermen of America" teammate, Doc Rocket, and had a daughter with him.
The Black Hand is a member of the Allied Supermen of America, a superhero team from the 50's and 60's. He appeared during the Judgement Day series.
Diehard is a longstanding member of Youngblood. He has gone through many incarnations from cyborg to total robot.
Half-Amazon, half-Demon warrior princess. She came into being because of an alliance against humans.
Member of the Allies in the 50's.
Mighty Man is an ancient entity created by the wizard Fon~Ti. No matter what the host's gender is, they turn into a blond, long haired handsome man.
Professor Night is a Batman and Doctor Mid-Nite analogue who appeared in Supreme. He is partnered with his niece Twilight.
The first Doc Rocket who was a member of the Allied Supermen of America. He had super speed like the Flash.
Ruler of Atlantean race in the city of Neuport.
A nerd who found a book which could be used to rewrite reality.
An American soldier of World War II, who was captured and given superpowers through Nazi experimentation before becoming a costumed superhero. After being attacked by the Vicious Circle, he was turned into a cyborg in the 1990's. To this day, he continues to fight for justice and freedom as America's SuperPatriot!
The equivalent of Superman in Rob Liefeld's comic book universe.
The Fisherman was created by Alan Moore in Supreme: The New Adventure # 48 as Allied Supermen of America pastiche of Green Arrow.
Waxey Doyle invented a wax gun he used to fight crime. He was a proud member of the Allied Supermen of America before being humbled in the face of the 1950's.
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