Real Name: Unrevealed
Group Membership: None
Affiliations: Possibly American Hero, Annie, Aquaman, Astronaut, Atom Ant, Batgirl, Batman, Bewitched, Big Bird, Birdman, Bozo the Clown, Bunny, C-3PO, Carrie, Chewbacca, Chips, Cinderella, Clown, Cookie Monster, the Count, Disco Dazzler, Doctor Strange, Donald Duck, Eighth Man, Ernie, Fairy, Fairy Princess, Fire Chief, Flintstone, Fly Man, Giraffe, Green Lantern, the Grouch, Grover, Gypsy, Hollie Hobby, Hulk, Isis, Jungle Man, Leopard, Li'l Chief, Li'l Clown, Li'l Trooper, Lion, Little Fairy, the Lone Ranger, Lovely Snow White, Mickey Mouse, Micronaut, Minnie Mouse, Mork, Morticia, Plastic Man, Mary Poppins, Princess Leia, Puppy Dog, Pussy Cat, R2-D2, Raggedy Anne, Buck Rogers, Shazzan, Sleepy Bunny, Snow White, Spider Woman, Spiderman, Strawberry Shortcake, Super Boy, Supergirl, Superman, Teddy Bear, the Thing, Tinker Bell, Tom & Jerry, Trooper, Vincent from the Black Hole, Web Woman, Wonder Woman, Yado, Yogi Bear, Zebra
Enemies: Possibly Baba
Fett, Big Foot, Black Cat, Black Panther, Darth Vadar, Devil, Dracula,
Frankenstein, the Ghost, Godzilla, Grizzly Bear, King Kong, Li'l Devil,
Li'l Ghost, Li'l Indian, Li'l Tiger, Monster, Pirate, Red Skull,
Skeleton, Storm Trooper, Tiger, Vampire, Werewolf, Witch
Known Relatives: None
Base of Operations: Presumably mobile
First Appearance: (actual real life Halloween
costume): store shelves (196?);
(The Ben Cooper, Inc. character in print): Woolworth's Halloween costume advertisement, seen in select newspapers such as the St. Louis Dispatch (Sunday, October 22, 1967);
Powers/Abilities: Captain America did not
display any superhuman powers but it was possible that he had the same
peak human physical attributes that his Earth-616 counterpart had.
Height: 5'4" (by approximation)
Weight: 132 lbs. (by approximation)
Hair: Unrevealed (see comments)
History: (Woolworth's 1967 Halloween costume newspaper advertisement) - Captain America debuted alongside many other heroes, sporting a winged star chest insignia.
(Ben Cooper 1967 Superheros Halloween costume
advertisement) - Captain America briefly donned a caped costume and
teamed up with fellow heroes Spiderman and Thor.
(Ben Cooper 1968 catalog) - Captain America appeared alongside many other characters, remaining popular amongst them.
(1970s Ben Cooper comic book advertisement) - During the Halloween
season, Captain America "camped it up" with Spiderman, who was
"swingin' out," and the Hulk.
(Ben Cooper, Inc. 1980 catalog) - Captain America
appeared alongside Spiderman, Hulk and many other costumed characters.
Comments: Created by an uncredited writer and artist.
The Earth-313710 Captain America did not appear in any comic book stories but appeared in various print advertisements and catalogs for Ben Cooper, Inc., the company who produced the real life Halloween costumes featuring many Marvel characters as well as a seemingly endless amount of other licensed characters. Since these printed versions of Marvel characters appeared alongside other licensed characters in the ads and catalogs, one can only assume that they exist in an alternate Earth shared by all of these licensed characters, all wearing cheaply-made and inferior Halloween costumes similar to the Spiderman who appeared in the "Spider-Verse" event.
Many of the licensed characters that appear in the Ben Cooper catalogs had horribly misspelled names or were named after the series they were from, rather than the actual characters (ala referring to Josie from Josie & the Pussycats as "Josie & the Pussycats" rather than simply "Josie"). As such, any characters listed as possible affiliations/enemies in this profile are listed exactly as they are referred to in the catalogs/ads. Also, any characters' names are spelled as they were in the catalogs/ads so they aren't actually misspelled per their printed appearances despite being misspelled from the characters Ben Cooper based the costumes on.
I've included an image of the actual real life Captain America costume (the original with sleeves) (on the right here) by Ben Cooper, Inc. for reference.
Captain America's hair color on Earth-313710 was
impossible to determine, as he was only ever seen with his trademark
cowl covering his hair. Also, when originally depicted, Captain America
was drawn as an adult but later drawings depicted as more of a child. I
figure he is likely somewhere in between, age-wise, perhaps a teenager?
After all, even when depicted as a child, he seemed to be drawn much
more muscular than a typical child would be (see main image).
Profile by Proto-Man.
Captain America (Earth-313170) has no KNOWN connections to:
images: (without ads)
1970s Ben Cooper comic book advertisement, splash page (Captain America, main image)
Woolworth's 1967 Halloween costume newspaper advertisement, splash page (Captain America's original costume with sleeves)
Ben Cooper 1967 Superheros Halloween costume advertisement, splash page (Captain America's caped costume)
Ben Cooper 1980 catalog, p6 (Captain America's sleeveless costume)
Actual photo (real life Captain America costume by Ben Cooper, Inc.)
Woolworth's 1967 Halloween costume newspaper advertisement (1967) - uncredited writer/artist/editor
Ben Cooper 1967 Superheros Halloween costume advertisement (1967) - uncredited writer/artist/editor
Ben Cooper 1968 catalog (1968) - uncredited writer/artist/editor
1970s Ben Cooper comic book advertisement (late 1970s) - uncredited writer/artist/editor
Ben Cooper, Inc. 1980 catalog (1980) - uncredited writer/artist/editor
Last updated: 02/29/16
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