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CISO Stories: Part One
Captain Canuck
Captain Canuck1.jpg
Cover to Captain Canuck #1 (July 1975).
Art by Richard Comely.
Publication information
PublisherI: Comely Comix/CKR
II: Semple Comics
III: Comedy Comics/Hot Hail Comics
IV: Chapterhouse Comics
First appearanceI: Captain Canuck #1
(Comely Comix, July 1975)
II: Captain Canuck: Reborn #0
III: Captain Canuck: Unholy War #1 (2004)
IV: Captain Canuck 2014 Summer Special
Created byI: Richard Comely
Ron Leishman
II: Richard Comely
III: Riel Langlois
Drue Langlois
IV: Richard Comely
Kalman Andrasofszky
In-story information
Alter egoI & IV: Tom Evans
II: Darren Oak
III: David Semple
Team affiliationsI: CISO
IV: Equilibrium
AbilitiesI: Super-strength, super-speed
IV: Super Strength, Super Speed, Enhanced Durability, Super Suit with a variety of technical abilities

Captain Canuck is a Canadian comic book superhero. Created by cartoonist Ron Leishman and artist/writer Richard Comely, the original Captain Canuck first appeared in Captain Canuck #1 (July 1975).[1] The series was the first successful Canadian comic book since the collapse of the nation's comic book industry following World War II.[2]

Three characters have worn the maple leaf costume of Captain Canuck. The first Captain Canuck patrolled Canada in the then-future year of 1993, where "Canada had become the most powerful country in the world". He was the costumed agent of the "Canadian International Security Organization" (CISO). In 1995, Captain Canuck was honored with a Canadian postage stamp, along with Superman, Johnny Canuck, Fleur de Lys and Nelvana of the Northern Lights.[3]

Like most independent comics, Captain Canuck's adventures have been published sporadically.[4]

  1. ^ Markstein, Don. "Captain Canuck". Don Markstein's Toonopedia. Retrieved 2 April 2020.
  2. ^ Edwardson, Ryan (November 2003). "The Many Lives of Captain Canuck: Nationalism, Culture, and the creation of a Canadian Comic Book Superhero". The Journal of Popular Culture. 37 (2): 184–201. doi:10.1111/1540-5931.00063.
  3. ^ "Superheroes put their stamp on Canada". The Ottawa Citizen. October 14, 1995. p. J3. — via ProQuest
  4. ^ "history". CAPTAIN CANUCK INC. Archived from the original on 2014-12-26.
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