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The Unknown Soldier (Ace Publications)
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Originally appearing in Our Flag Comics from publisher Ace Magazines in the 1940s, The Unknown Soldier has since fallen into the realm of Public Domain Characters and has been resurrected in the pages of Project Superpowers and it's spin-offs with a slightly revised alias of Soldier Unknown.


First Appearance: Our Flag Comics (1941) #1

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Soldier Unknown

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Our Flag Comics (1941)

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