Miss Cosmos

Miss America I

Nick Name
Civilian ID
Joan Dale Trevor



Legal Status
Citizen of the United States with no criminal record.
Nation or Planet of Origin
New York, New York
Group Affiliation

Freedom Fighters

Justice Society

Base of Operations
New York, New York
5' 7"
130 lbs.
Eye Color
Hair Color
Known Powers

Biologically and or mystically altered human with the ability to transmute matter from one composition or state into another.

Common Enemies
Project M
Regularly Appearing

Military Comics Vol. 1

Freedom Fighters Vol. 1

Uncle Sam and the Freedom Fighters Vol. 1

First Appearance

Military Comics Vol. 1 #1 (Aug. 1941)

Note: Military Comics was published by Quality Comics, whose stable of characters where acquired by National Periodicals (DC Comics) when the publisher went out of business in 1956.

Elmer Wexler

On the eve of America entering World War II the secret government Project M was tasked with developing a superhuman soldier in a complex beneath the Statue of Liberty on Bledsoe's Island. When the project's first subject died an operative named Agent X offered to find a new test subject.

Finding a compatible subject Agent X believed to be a man named "John" he invited reporter Joan Dale to the secret complex. When she arrived Dale was abducted and subjected to experiments that were believed to have lead to her death. Project M left the reporter on a park bench and in her state of a death-like coma Dale forgot about what she had learned and had a surreal dream of the Statue of Liberty bestowing upon her powers to battle against the forces of tyranny. Discovering that she had obtained the power to transmute matter Dale adopted the patriotic identity of Miss America.

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