Real Name: Unrevealed
Identity/Class: Human, advanced technology user
Group Membership: Leader of a group of agents
Affiliations: His group
Enemies: Nick Fury, SHIELD (Supreme Headquarters International Espionage Law-enforcement Division)
Known Relatives: None
Base of Operations: Manhattan, New York
First Appearance: Nick Fury, Agent of SHIELD I#13 (July, 1969)
Powers/Abilities: None. He has access to a variety of high-tech weaponry, including a virtually impenetrable force field, air platforms, battle-tanks, etc. His Ultimate Weapon allegedly packed the power to obliterate the entire UN building with a single blast.
He is served by a small militia of like-minded warriors.
The Super-Patriot has a fanatical, reactionary love of the nation of the United States of America. He sees all foreigners as impure and a danger to the nation, and he sees the US government as traitors for allowing the foreigners into the country.
(Nick Fury, Agent of
SHIELD I#13) - The Super-Patriot hatched a plot
to blow up the United Nations(UN) building, to show his
organization's disapproval of allowing foreigners on American
soil. SHIELD broke up one of his allies, by the Super-Patriot and
his legions converted their platform into an aircraft and used a
smokescreen to escape.
Their order was infiltrated by SHIELD agent Jasper Sitwell, who thus learned of their plans and informed Nick Fury. Fury donned Sitwell's disguise, enabling him to approach the Super-Patriot's platform outside the UN building. As the Super-Patriot activated his Ultimate Weapon, Fury attacked the Super-Patriot, and a squadron of SHIELD agents assaulted the Weapon from the East River. SHIELD destroyed the Weapon and overpowered the rest of the Super-Patriot's agents.
The Super-Patriot himself grabbed a US flag and attempted to flee, believing that they wouldn't dare fire at him with the flag in his hands. However, he tripped on the flag and fell off the building to his death (HINT! HINT! IRONY! IRONY!)
Comments: Created by Gary Friedrich and Herb Trimpe.
In NF,AoSH#13, Fury unmasks the Super-Patriot and sees his own face under the mask. In #14, it is revealed that this was a(n) hallucination caused by some "truth serum" used to test Fury's loyalty. However, Dum-Dum remembers the conflict with the Super-Patriot, so the whole encounter was not imagined.
The Super-Patriot has no known connections to:
The Ultimate Weapon has no known connection to:
They were an organized militia, possessing and experienced with advanced technology and weaponry. They referred to each other by number. Numbers Seven and Fourteen were identified, although Number Seven was actually SHIELD agent Jasper Sitwell who had infiltrated the militia.
--Nick Fury, Agent of SHIELD I#13
Nick Fury, Agent of SHIELD I#13 (July, 1969) - Gary Friedrich (plot/dialogue), Herb Trimpe (plot/pencils), Sam Grainger (inks), Stan Lee (editor)
Last updated: 06/23/13
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