Summary

The Cold War superhero returns – originally launched in 1954 by the creators of Captain America, Joe Simon and Jack Kirby! When the 1950s heroes find themselves trapped in the modern world, how will they handle what society has become, and what dangers will they face? With new villains to contend with and enemies from their past pursuing them, what daring adventures could Fighting American and Speedboy find themselves in now?

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The Cold War superhero returns – originally launched in 1954 by the creators of Captain America, Joe Simon and Jack Kirby! When the 1950s heroes find themselves trapped in the modern world, how will they handle what society has become, and what dangers will they face? With new villains to contend with and enemies from their past pursuing them, what daring adventures could Fighting American and Speedboy find themselves in now?

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In 1954, Nelson Flagg took part in an experimental US Military procedure that saw his mind transferred into the enhanced and revitalized body of this dead brother, Johnny Flagg, to become America’s first and only superhero, Fighting American! 63 years later, Fighting American and his sidekick Speedboy have found themselves marooned in the 21st Century whilst on a mission chasing down Poison Ivan and his horde of Communist lackeys. Using time- traveling tech stolen from eccentric genius inventor Professor Dyle Twister, the socialist ne’er-do-wells managed to escape from 1954 into our present. However, this was all part of a nefarious scheme carried out by a pair of mysterious new super-villains called Kid and Madam Chaos. The scheme saw Kid Chaos effectively trap Fighting American and Speedboy in modern day New York City. Meanwhile, Madam Chaos spirited Poison Ivan out of NYC, leaving Fighting American and Speedboy under arrest for a crime they did not commit, the murder of Dyle Twister! Now, read on…

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Fighting American has now been released into the custody of FBI Special Agent Lydia Rutherford for debriefing. While on the way to the juvenile detention center to collect Speedboy, Fighting American explained his origin story to an incredulous Rutherford. Meanwhile, Chaos Lad and Madam Chaos revealed their shared secret and plotted the next stage of their revenge plan.

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Assigned as their liaison officer, FBI Special Agent Lydia Rutherford attempted to debrief Fighting American and Speedboy, and acclimatize them to the modern world. However, two of Fighting American’s old foes, Rimsky and Korsakoff, smuggled from the past using Dyle Twister’s time machine, launched a surprise attack on our patriotic duo. Only Fighting American’s quick thinking saved the day. Meanwhile, Madam Chaos and Chaos Lad have successfully planted dozens of Fighting American’s villains from yester-year throughout time in preparation for Fighting American’s return and are readying to spring their nefarious trap…

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With Madame Chaos now safely behind bars, Fighting American and Speedboy have begun the mammoth task of tracking down all of the stolen Professor Dyle Twister tech that she sold on the Dark Web to every whack-job, fanatic, terrorist and weirdo she could find. Meanwhile, one of Fighting American’s old 1950s villains (sent through time by Chaos Lad), the notorious Double Header is now the head of the FBI and starting to make life difficult for our two- fisted man of action.

C6 Fighting American

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After successfully apprehending the wannabe super-villain Captain Zombie Master, Speedboy stormed off in disgust when he discovered that his guardian, Fighting American, didn’t actually know his real name, leaving Fighting American alone for the first time in a strange land and a strange time. Meanwhile, one of Fighting American’s old enemies, Double Header, has risen to become the head of both the FBI and a vast criminal empire. Using his position, he replaced Special Agent Poppy Rutherford with a pair of corrupt and murderous Agents called Carver and Cruikshank with the intention of killing Fighting American, and banished Rutherford back to the basement. At the same time, news of Fighting American’s re-appearance has spread and reached the ears of his only two remaining relatives, grandson and great grandson Chester and Chad Krunkle.

C7 Fighting American

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For the first time since arriving in our present, Fighting American is utterly alone and estranged from his sidekick Speedboy, who walked out on him following the shocking discovery that Fighting American didn’t actually know what Speedboy’s real name was. His special FBI handler Agent Poppy Rutherford has been replaced by a pair of corrupt and murderous Agents called Carver and Cruikshank on the orders of Doubleheader, the secret head of both the FBI and a cast crime syndicate. Meanwhile Fighting American’s grandson and great grandson (or nephew and great nephew, if you’re being picky) Chester and Chad Krunckle have, along with Speedboy been approached by star reporter Poison Penny of the Faux News Network, who plans on using them all to ruin Fighting American’s reputation on live TV!

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Following a series of live online ‘exposes’ with Speedboy, orchestrated by Faux News Network host Poison Penny, Fighting American has been invited to a live on-air reconciliation with Speedboy. However, Fighting American found himself confronted, not only by his young ward, but also by the only two surviving members of his family, his nephew and great nephew, Chester and Chad Krunkle, live on national TV. Fighting American’s FBI handler Agent Rutherford, who was demoted to clerical duties by Doubleheader (one of Fighting American’s old enemies from the 1950s, how the head of the FBI), has managed to escape her boss’s hench-people and his racing to the TV studio to help Fighting American. Meanwhile, a crack squad of Doubleheader’s armed goons are lying in wait at the studio to kill Fighting American and Speedboy once and for all…

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