To celebrate Simon & Kirby’s legendary patriot hero, Fighting American, returning to comics

Titan Comics’ new series debuts on October 11, 2017 – the date of Joe Simon’s birthday, and also during the Kirby centennial year – with an incredible cover by fan-favorite artists, Terry Dodson and Rachel Dodson!

Hard times require hard heroes and in Titan Comics’ all-new series, written by Gordon Rennie (2000ADStarship Troopers) with artwork by Duke Mighten (Judge Dredd), the original patriot superhero returns with faithful sidekick, Speedboy!

I have attached the first look at the Fighting American Issue #1 cover below. This is available to use on your media outlet immediately.

First published in May 1954 and originally written and drawn by two of the greatest names in the history of comics, Joe Simon and Jack Kirby, Fighting American was the embodiment of the homegrown, god-fearing, patriotic, apple pie-eating American superhero.

Where Simon and Kirby’s other patriotic hero, Captain America, socked it to the Nazis in World War II, Fighting American brought square-jawed justice to “the Commies” and villains such as Double Header, Hotsky Trotsky, and Round Robin!

Throughout their long partnership, Simon and Kirby helped revolutionize the comics industry from ground-breaking adventure comics to pioneering romance titles, westerns, crime comics and of course superheroes – a genre they helped to shape and define for generations to come.

With Fighting American, they brought a tongue-in-cheek irreverence to the world of two-fisted action and its mix of outlandish, satirical humor went on to establish Fighting American as a true American hero.

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To celebrate Simon & Kirby's legendary patriot hero, Fighting American, returning to comics Titan Comics' new series debuts on October 11, 2017 - the date of Joe Simon's birthday, and also during the Kirby centennial year - with an incredible cover by fan-favorite artists, Terry Dodson and Rachel Dodson! Hard times require hard heroes and...