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This page lists the known members of the Squadron Supreme.
Early Squadron Supreme members
|Squadron member||JLA counterpart|
|Power Princess||Wonder Woman|
|Doctor Spectrum||Green Lantern|
|Skymax, the Skrullian Skymaster||Martian Manhunter|
(originally named Hawkeye, later named Black Archer)
(later named Skylark)
(Skylark also analogous to Hawkwoman/Hawkgirl)
(originally named American Eagle; also called Cap'n Hawk)
|Arcanna / Moonglow||Zatanna|
Institute of Evil members in the Squadron
The Institute of Evil was a group of the Squadron's arch-foes. They were brainwashed to not be evil and became members of the Squadron.
Nighthawk then formed a group called the Redeemers from unknown superhumans and former supervillains.
In addition, Nighthawk's group eventually included former Institute of Evil members Lamprey, Foxfire, and Shape, as well as expelled Squadron member Black Archer.
All-New All-Different Marvel
In the post-Secret Wars world several superheroes from destroyed alternate universes form a new Squadron Supreme.[volume & issue needed]
- Hyperion from Earth-13034
- Doctor Spectrum from Earth-4290001
- Nighthawk from Earth-31916
- Thundra from Earth-715
- Blur from Earth-148611
- Warrior Woman
Squadron Supreme of America
The Squadron Supreme of America are simulacrums that were created by Mephisto and programmed by the Power Elite to serve as the United States of America's sanctioned superhero team. Among its members are
- Doctor Spectrum (Joseph Ledger) - Leader. In his personal time, he works as a colonel in the United States Air Force.
- Hyperion (Marcus Milton) - Hyperion was programmed to be a mild-mannered man raised by farmers who had the strength of an Eternal. In his personal time, he works as a history teacher at Buscema High School in Kensington, Maryland.
- Power Princess (Zelda Shelton) - Power Princess was programmed to be a lustful power woman from Utopia Isle who wore a special necklace to dampen her powers when in her secret identity as a professional boxer.
- Nighthawk (Kyle Richmond) - An African-American variation of Kyle Richmond. Nighthawk was programmed to be in top physical condition while sporting some doubt and jealousy for his teammates enough for him to brood. In his personal time, he is a U.S. congressman elected to the House of Representatives to represent Washington DC.
- Blur (Stanley Stewart) - Blur was programmed to forcefully watch endless loops to keep up his brain speed while watching numerous S.H.I.E.L.D. files and unscrupulous videos. In his personal time, he works as a computer programmer at an office building in Washington DC.
Other Squadron universe characters
A handful of other heroes and villains were seen in the Squadron series and elsewhere, most of whom were also directly analogous to specific DC characters.
- Bollix and the Rustler (Whizzer's foes, based on the Trickster and Terra-Man.)
- Brain-Child (Avengers #85-86)
- Cerebrax (based on Brainiac; Master Menace's android servant).
- Master Menace (based on Lex Luthor - whereas Luthor is bald, Menace's hair will not stop growing[volume & issue needed])
- Professor Imam (the Sorcerer Supreme of Earth-S, and with his past membership in "The Golden Agency", a stand-in for Doctor Fate.)
- Mysterium (based on The Phantom Stranger; the current form of the being who tried to swallow the Squadron's universe).
- Neal Richmond - Kyle Richmond adopted the biological son of the Huckster after the villain's death and raised him as his own. Neal eventually becomes the new Nighthawk.
New World Order also mentioned a number of other unseen characters with DC Universe analogues, such as the Erl King (a Swamp Thing analogue) and Nighthawk's archfoe the Huckster (an obvious take on the Joker). There are also occasional references to a past super-hero team called the Golden Agency, which included among its members Power Princess and Professor Imam.
- Avengers Vol. 8 #18. Marvel Comics.
- The Squadron Supreme: Death of a Universe and Squadron Supreme: New World Order
- Squadron Supreme: New World Order