List of Native American superheroes

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This page focuses exclusively on documenting the history of the Native American super hero whether they are indigenous to North, South, or Central America; the Caribbean; or are of Native American descent. It will hopefully provide a somewhat comprehensive listing across many companies and many media including print, the web, television, and movies, and includes the fast-growing area of Native created comics.

Arcana Studios[edit]

Azteca Productions[edit]

Blue Corn Comics[edit]

Champion Comics[edit]

  • Johnny Fox (Seminole tribe of Florida)

Dark Horse Comics[edit]

DC Comics[edit]


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


Goldtooth Productions[edit]

  • 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)


Image Comics[edit]

Marvel Comics[edit]

War Drums Studios / Mystic Comics[edit]

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

Red Cloud Comics[edit]

Super Indian Comics[edit]

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


  • 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)


  • 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)


  • 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


Video games[edit]


See also[edit]


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  4. ^ "Muttonman lives: Creator of comic hero finds strength in family, friends to fight cancer." Navajo Times. 25 Mar 2010 (retrieved 24 Aug 2010)
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  7. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2014-04-13. Retrieved 2014-05-03.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
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