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Real Name

Trixie Rogers

First Appearance

Joke Comics #3 (1942)

Original Publisher

Commercial Signs of Canada/Bell Features

Created by

John G. Hilkert


Wing was a female crime-fighter who debuted in Joke Comics #3. As Trixie Rogers, she wrote stories about the super-hero Wing, whom was really Trixie in disguise. She once teamed up with Nitro.

Powers and Abilities[]

Through the use of her magic cape, she had the power of flight. As well, she had some extra strength and was a skillful fighter.

Golden Age Appearances[]

  • Joke Comics #3-4, 6, 14, 17-18, 23
  • F.B.I. Comics #2


  • Wing's first appearance after being taken over by Jerry Lazare was actually a Phantom Lady story he had re-drawn from Police Comics #20.
  • An obituary for Johnny Canuck dated April 14, 1978 (published by St. Catharines Standard and done as though the character had been a real-life hero), stated Johnny and Trixie had been married in May, 1967.

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