Captain America (Marvel)(03 - Jeff Mace)
Real Name: Jeffrey Mace
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Jeffrey Mace was born in Brooklyn, New York. He was a reporter inspired to become a superhero after seeing Captain America in action. As the Patriot, Mace becomes one of several superheroes who fight Nazi saboteurs and supervillains during World War II, sometimes alongside sidekick Mary Morgan, a.k.a. Miss Patriot. He helps found the superhero team the Liberty Legion, billed as "America's home front heroes" who fight saboteurs, Fifth Columnists and other wartime threats within the United States.
After the war, the Patriot continues to fight crime on a regular basis, eventually helping the All-Winners Squad prevent the assassination of a young Senator John Fitzgerald Kennedy in 1946. The skirmish costs the life of the second Captain America, William Naslund, formerly the Spirit of '76. Mace is recruited to be the third Captain America, retiring in 1949. He marries Betsy Ross, who as the superhero Golden Girl had briefly been the post-war sidekick of his Captain America, and in modern times succumbs to cancer at an old age.
First Appearance: Captain America Comics (1941) #59
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All Winners Comics 70th Anniversary Special (2009)
All-Winners Comics (1941)
#21 All-Winners Comics (1948)
- 'Menace From the Future World'
Captain America (1968)
Captain America (2005)
Captain America And Bucky (2011)
Captain America Comics (1941)
Captain America: Patriot (2010)
#1 Citizen V and the V-Battalion (2001)
- 'Born On The 4th of July'#2
- 'Truth & Justice'#4
#1 Giant-Size Avengers (1974)
- 'Voices Shouting Silently'
#1 Marvel Mystery Comics (1939)
- 'Nuklo - The Invader That Time Forgot!'
#13 Sub-Mariner Comics (1941)
- 'Captain America'#14
- 'Captain America'
The Human Torch (1940)
The Sensational She-Hulk (1989)
#22 The Twelve (2008)
- 'Blondes and Bombshells'
What If? (1977)
- 'What If... The Invaders Had Stayed Together After World War Two?'
Daily Bugle (Marvel)
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