16 Facts About Alpha Flight


Alpha Flight is a fictional team of Canadian superheroes appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics.

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Alpha Flight created them "merely to survive a fight with the X-Men" for the purposes of that story.

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Alpha Flight continued for 130 issues, and introduced dozens of characters and villains .

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Alpha Flight title was relaunched as Omega Flight in April, 2007 as a five-issue mini-series.

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The resurrected members of Alpha Flight remain among the living after the defeat of Amatsu-Mikaboshi.

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Alpha Flight provides rescue efforts for the victims of a tsunami unleashed by Attuma in the form of Nerkodd: Breaker of Oceans.

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Alpha Flight ends up robbing a treasury in order to fund a special tactical training from Taskmaster in an isolated Yukon Territory.

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Alpha Flight manages to rescue Kyle Jinadu and encounter Wolverine.

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Wolverine finds Alpha Flight and learns of their revolution against the Unity Party.

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Alpha Flight agrees to help them take back Canada just as Alpha Strike attacks.

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Alpha Flight successfully creates the machine to free the people that Master of the World had under his mental control.

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Different version of Alpha Flight debuted as part of the All-New, All-Different Marvel event.

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Original lineup of Alpha Flight would be revived as Canada's top superhero team once more in their post-space program years, consisting of Guardian, Aurora, Northstar, Snowbird, Sasquatch, Puck and Marrina.

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Vindicator claims that Alpha Flight is the first internationally sanctioned mutant team made powerful enough to take on any "considerable" threats such as the Liberators, the Brotherhood, and the Ultimates, as Vindicator sees the latter as loyal only to America and Alpha Flight to the world.

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Zombified version of Alpha Flight appeared in the first issue of Marvel Zombies: Dead Days, attacking the X-Men at the Xavier Institute for Gifted Youngsters, and killing Professor X in the process.

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Alpha Flight appeared in the X-Men, consisting of Vindicator, Puck, Snowbird, Shaman, Northstar, Aurora, Sasquatch, and Dr Heather Hudson.

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