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Squadron Supreme

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First Appearance
The Avengers (Vol. 1) #85 (February, 1971)
Creators
Roy Thomas, John Buscema
Members
Hyperion, Nighthawk (Kyle Richmond), Power Princess, Whizzer, Doctor Spectrum, Amphibian, The Skrullian Skymaster, Golden Archer, Lady Lark, Tom Thumb, Blue Eagle, Arcanna, Nuke, Shape, Redstone, Moonglow, Inertia, Haywire, Nighthawk (Neal Richmond)
HQs
Rocket Central, Squadron City
Rallying Cry
None
Aliases
The Squadron Supreme of America
Paraphernalia
None

The Squadron Supreme is the name of several superhero teams that exist across the Marvel Multiverse and most recently in the Marvel Universe.

Origin[]

When an alien robot threatened he Earth, various humans banded together to defeat it, becoming the superhero team The Squadron Supreme.

Biography[]

Earth-712[]

The first team to be known as the Squadron Supreme originated in the universe designated Earth-712. And that they are good versions of a group called Squadron Sinister that the avengers had faced and defeated before. (The two groups are based on and are based on DC superheroes)

Earth-31916[]

TBA

Earth-616[]

TBA

Members[]

Hyperion

Nighthawk (Kyle Richmond)

Power Princess

Doctor Spectrum

Whizzer (Stanley Stewart)

Skymax, the Skrullian Skymaster

Amphibian

Golden Archer - originally named Hawkeye, he was later named Black Archer

Lady Lark - later named Skylark

Blue Eagle - originally named American Eagle; also called Cap'n Hawk

Tom Thumb

Arcanna

Nuke (Albert Gaines)

Shape - Raleigh Lund was a supervillain with elasticity who is loosely based on Plastic Man.

Redstone - Michael Redstone is a superhero with super-strength.

Moonglow - Melissa Hanover is an illusion-casting superhero.

Inertia - Edith Freiberg is a superhero who can transfer kinetic energy into another object or person.

Haywire - Harold Danforth is a superhero who can form "tanglewire" filament.

Nighthawk (Neal Richmond)

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