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War comics can be nostalgic, even for today's long-team comics readers, or at least for those who grew up as lately as the 1980s.

In fact, one could argue that superheroes have their roots in the wars that war comics looked at in a more realistic manner.

Several of today's superheroes are, of course, inspired by the hopes that in many nations preceded WWII, for an übermensch figure.

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War comics can be nostalgic, even for today's long-team comics readers, or at least for those who grew up as lately as the 1980s.

In fact, one could argue that superheroes have their roots in the wars that war comics looked at in a more realistic manner.

Several of today's superheroes are, of course, inspired by the hopes that in many nations preceded WWII, for an übermensch figure.

The Unknown Soldier is a fictional war comics character in the DC Comics Universe . The character was created by Robert Kanigher and Joe Kubert , first appearing in Our Army At War #168 (June 1966 ).

The series originally takes place during World War II , and focuses on the missions of a United States intelligence agent code-named "The Unknown Soldier," whose head and face are so severely disfigured that he typically has it completely wrapped in heavy bandages. Despite this, he is a master of disguise who can assume the identity of almost any man using latex masks and make-up. However, his disguises occasionally itch where they meet the scar tissue of his face, forcing him to be conscious not to give himself away by scratching. He is also prone to loss of temper at enemy atrocities and has been seen to blow his cover in this manner.

The character is named after The Tomb of the Unknown Soldier at Arlington National Cemetery , Virginia (which occasionally makes appearances in the series). The character of the Unknown Soldier is symbolic of the nameless soldiers that have fought throughout America's wars; as stated in his first featured story "They Came From Shangri-La!" ( Star Spangled War Stories #151, June–July 1970), he is the "man who no one knows — but — is known by everyone!" Another nickname for the character used in the series is "The Immortal G.I. "

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War comics can be nostalgic, even for today's long-team comics readers, or at least for those who grew up as lately as the 1980s.

In fact, one could argue that superheroes have their roots in the wars that war comics looked at in a more realistic manner.

Several of today's superheroes are, of course, inspired by the hopes that in many nations preceded WWII, for an übermensch figure.

The Unknown Soldier is a fictional war comics character in the DC Comics Universe . The character was created by Robert Kanigher and Joe Kubert , first appearing in Our Army At War #168 (June 1966 ).

The series originally takes place during World War II , and focuses on the missions of a United States intelligence agent code-named "The Unknown Soldier," whose head and face are so severely disfigured that he typically has it completely wrapped in heavy bandages. Despite this, he is a master of disguise who can assume the identity of almost any man using latex masks and make-up. However, his disguises occasionally itch where they meet the scar tissue of his face, forcing him to be conscious not to give himself away by scratching. He is also prone to loss of temper at enemy atrocities and has been seen to blow his cover in this manner.

The character is named after The Tomb of the Unknown Soldier at Arlington National Cemetery , Virginia (which occasionally makes appearances in the series). The character of the Unknown Soldier is symbolic of the nameless soldiers that have fought throughout America's wars; as stated in his first featured story "They Came From Shangri-La!" ( Star Spangled War Stories #151, June–July 1970), he is the "man who no one knows — but — is known by everyone!" Another nickname for the character used in the series is "The Immortal G.I. "

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