List of Native American superheroes

This is the list of Native American superheroes, both as a superhero identity, and as fictional indigenous people of the Americas who are superheroes, from works of fiction (comic books, films, television shows, video games, etc.).

Arcana StudiosEdit

Azteca ProductionsEdit

Blue Corn ComicsEdit

Champion ComicsEdit

  • Johnny Fox (Seminole tribe of Florida)

Dark Horse ComicsEdit

DC ComicsEdit

Vertigo

  • Ghost Dancer (The Sandman)
  • White Buffalo Woman (The Sandman)

Wildstorm

Goldtooth ProductionsEdit

  • Dallas Goldtooth (The Most Interesting Man on The Rez)
  • Whitney Rencountre II (The Most Interesting Man on The Rez: Rapid City Protectors)
  • Reggie 'Rocket' Taken Alive (The Most Interesting Man on The Rez: Spaulding Punks)
  • Cyril 'Chuckie' Archambault (The Most Interesting Man on The Rez: Northern Tribezmen)

HexagonEdit

Image ComicsEdit

Marvel ComicsEdit

War Drums Studios / Mystic ComicsEdit

  • Earth (Navajo, Tribal Force)
  • Gan (Apache, Tribal Force)
  • Little Big Horn (Sioux, Tribal Force)
  • Thunder Eagle (Lakota, Tribal Force)

Red Cloud ComicsEdit

Super Indian ComicsEdit

  • Super Indian (Once a Rez Boy, Now a Super Hero) Comic book and radio series [1]

IndependentsEdit

  • Alma Grande, el Yaqui Justiciero (Mexican Yaqui, Publicaciones Herrerías, July 1961)
  • Anthar (Gold Key Comics & Valiant Comics)
  • Broadarrow (Valiant Comics)
  • Centaur (1/8 Cherokee, F.R.E.E.Lancers)
  • Cloud-Splitter (PS 238).
  • Jerônimo (from Jerônimo, o Herói do Sertão, RGE, 1957)
  • Johnny Cougar (Seminole) (Tiger Fleetway, May 6, 1967)
  • John Redfeather (from Spirit of the Wolf) (Wild Wolf Studio)
  • Haokah the Thunder Being (Spirit of the Wolf) (Wild Wolf Studio)
  • Coyote the Trickster (Spirit of the Wolf) (Wild Wolf Studio)
  • Koda the Warrior (Lakota)
  • Longhunter (Valiant Comics)
  • Nighthawk (Navajo, F.R.E.E.Lancers)
  • Scout (Apache, Eclipse Comics)
  • Scratchbuilt (Half Miskito, Half Central American, F.R.E.E.Lancers)
  • Stallion Canuck (Native Canadian, Created by Lou Douzepis, King Led Comics)
  • Supermaya (Mayan, Mexican comic)
  • Tall Tree (Freedom Fighters, Valiant Comics)
  • White Buffalo Warriors (Valiant Comics)
  • Wilde Knight
  • Charles Smith (Red Dead Redemption)

NewspapersEdit

  • Captain Chinook (from a Canadian newspaper, created by Jean Claude St. Aubin)
  • MuttonMan, a comic in the Navajo Times, created by Navajo comedian Vincent Craig[4]
  • Patoruzú (Tehuelche, Argentine comic character created in 1928 by Dante Quinterno)

RadioEdit

  • Straight Arrow (1948-1950, NABISCO promotional character)
  • Super Shamou (Inuk, Inuit Broadcasting Corporation, 1980s)
  • Tonto (a.k.a. Toro, Adventures of the Lone Ranger)
  • Super Indian

TelevisionEdit

Video gamesEdit

FilmEdit

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ http://www.internationalhero.co.uk/w/werehawk.htm
  2. ^ http://comicbookdb.com/title.php?ID=37318
  3. ^ http://www.comixpress.com/store/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=0&products_id=2118
  4. ^ "Muttonman lives: Creator of comic hero finds strength in family, friends to fight cancer." Navajo Times. 25 Mar 2010 (retrieved 24 Aug 2010)
  5. ^ https://www.imdb.com/title/tt2221777/
  6. ^ http://www.roguecinema.com/article3439.html
  7. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2014-04-13. Retrieved 2014-05-03.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
  8. ^ http://newswire.bamfas.com/category/sacramento-comic-con/
  9. ^ http://www.latintrends.com/q-and-a-with-actor-alex-kruz/

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