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   universe = [[Marvel Universe]]
   universe = [[Marvel Universe]]
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| real_name = Patrick Carney  
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| real_name = Patrick Carney
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| aliases = None
| identity = Secret
| identity = Secret
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| occupation = Unrevealed; former adventurer, engineer, baseball player
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| occupation = Unrevealed; former adventurer, engineer, baseball player
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| place_of_birth = Scottsbluff, Nebraska
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| groups = [[First Line]]
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| citizenship = U.S.A.
| citizenship = U.S.A.
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| education = College graduate
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| place_of_birth = Scottsbluff, Nebraska
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| aliases = None
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| relatives = Tim ([[Mister Justice]], brother, deceased), unidentifed parents (deceased)
| relatives = Tim ([[Mister Justice]], brother, deceased), unidentifed parents (deceased)
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| groups = None; Formerly [[First Line]]
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| education = College graduate
| height = 6'2"
| height = 6'2"
| weight = 180 lbs.
| weight = 180 lbs.
| eyes = Blue
| eyes = Blue
| hair = Brown
| hair = Brown
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| powers = None
| abilities =  Hand-to-hand combat, athletics, engineering
| abilities =  Hand-to-hand combat, athletics, engineering
| weapons = None
| weapons = None
| paraphernalia = Yankee Clipper's high-tech belt gave him superhuman strength. It can also project the wearer through time, or generate a force-field capable of protecting several people from a large explosion; however Pat does not know how to deliberately activate this latter feature.
| paraphernalia = Yankee Clipper's high-tech belt gave him superhuman strength. It can also project the wearer through time, or generate a force-field capable of protecting several people from a large explosion; however Pat does not know how to deliberately activate this latter feature.
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| powers = None
 
| debut = (mentioned) Marvel: The Lost Generation #12 (2000); (seen) Marvel: The Lost Generation #4 (2000)
| debut = (mentioned) Marvel: The Lost Generation #12 (2000); (seen) Marvel: The Lost Generation #4 (2000)
| origin = Marvel: The Lost Generation #1, 2001  
| origin = Marvel: The Lost Generation #1, 2001  
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bio_text= Patrick Carney was an award-winning baseball player of the 1950's who went on to earn an engineering degree. He was soon assigned to a top-secret government facility, "Deep Freeze," that was secretly holding the heroes [[Grand Director|Captain America]] and [[Nomad (Jack Monroe)|Bucky]] in suspended animation after they had grown incurably insane. Shocked by the secret, Carney lamented that heroes were nevertheless needed for his generation.
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bio_text= Patrick Carney was an award-winning baseball player of the 1950's who went on to earn an engineering degree. He was soon assigned to a top-secret government facility, "Deep Freeze", that was secretly holding the heroes [[Grand Director|Captain America]] and [[Nomad (Jack Monroe)|Bucky]] in suspended animation after they had grown incurably insane. Shocked by the secret, Carney lamented that heroes were nevertheless needed for his generation.
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Driving home that night, Carney encountered the time-traveler [[Locke, Cassandra|Cassandra Locke]], who had collected information about a [[Skrull]] plot to subjugate Earth of her era. Locke was dying, and she passed on the information about the plot and Carney's future to him. She also left him her belt, the source of her time-traveling powers. Although he was only able to use the belt to boost his strength to superhuman levels, Carney used it to create the heroic identity of the Yankee Clipper.
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Driving home that night, Carney encountered the time-traveler [[Locke, Cassandra|Cassandra Locke]], who had collected information about a [[Skrulls|Skrull]] plot to subjugate Earth of her era. Locke was dying, and she passed on the information about the plot and Carney's future to him. She also left him her belt, the source of her time-traveling powers. Although he was only able to use the belt to boost his strength to superhuman levels, Carney used it to create the heroic identity of the Yankee Clipper.
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With the force of Locke's commission behind him, Carney went on to become America's foremost champion. During his time, Carney met and adventured alongside heroes such as Liberty Girl the Black Fox, and he later founded the [[First Line]], a group of superhuman champions, which his younger brother joined as Kid Justice (later Mister Justice).
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With the force of Locke's commission behind him, Carney went on to become America's foremost champion. During his time, Carney met and adventured alongside heroes such as [[Liberty Girl]] the [[Black Fox (Robert Paine)|Black Fox]], and he later founded the [[First Line]], a group of superhuman champions, which his younger brother joined as [[Mister Justice|Kid Justice]] (later Mister Justice).
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During one adventure, Carney encountered Cassandra Locke once again, and the proximity of two time-traveling belts activated the capabilities of Carney's belt, propelling him 20 years into the future. Carney soon sought out his brother and other members of the First Line. The First Line member [[Pixie (Eternal)|Pixie]] helped Carney adjust to his new time with the help of her family, the Eternals. A year later Pat deliberately time jumped again, reappearing shortly after the [[Fantastic Four]] debuted. Learning from Pixie that the First Line had died stopping a Skrull armada invading Earth, Pat decided the Yankee Clipper’s time had passed, and quietly entered retirment.
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During one adventure, Carney encountered Cassandra Locke once again, and the proximity of two time-traveling belts activated the capabilities of Carney's belt, propelling him 20 years into the future. Carney soon sought out his brother and other members of the First Line. The First Line member [[Pixie (Eternal)|Pixie]] helped Carney adjust to his new time with the help of her family, the [[Eternals]]. A year later Pat deliberately time jumped again, reappearing shortly after the [[Fantastic Four]] debuted. Learning from Pixie that the First Line had died stopping a Skrull armada invading Earth, Pat decided the Yankee Clipper's time had passed, and quietly entered retirment.
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Current revision as of 14:24, 9 May 2007

 

Universe
Marvel Universe

Real Name
Patrick Carney

Aliases
None

Identity
Secret

Citizenship
U.S.A.

Place of Birth
Scottsbluff, Nebraska

First Appearance
(mentioned) Marvel: The Lost Generation #12 (2000); (seen) Marvel: The Lost Generation #4 (2000)

Origin
Marvel: The Lost Generation #1, 2001


Patrick Carney was an award-winning baseball player of the 1950's who went on to earn an engineering degree. He was soon assigned to a top-secret government facility, "Deep Freeze", that was secretly holding the heroes Captain America and Bucky in suspended animation after they had grown incurably insane. Shocked by the secret, Carney lamented that heroes were nevertheless needed for his generation.

Driving home that night, Carney encountered the time-traveler Cassandra Locke, who had collected information about a Skrull plot to subjugate Earth of her era. Locke was dying, and she passed on the information about the plot and Carney's future to him. She also left him her belt, the source of her time-traveling powers. Although he was only able to use the belt to boost his strength to superhuman levels, Carney used it to create the heroic identity of the Yankee Clipper.

With the force of Locke's commission behind him, Carney went on to become America's foremost champion. During his time, Carney met and adventured alongside heroes such as Liberty Girl the Black Fox, and he later founded the First Line, a group of superhuman champions, which his younger brother joined as Kid Justice (later Mister Justice).

During one adventure, Carney encountered Cassandra Locke once again, and the proximity of two time-traveling belts activated the capabilities of Carney's belt, propelling him 20 years into the future. Carney soon sought out his brother and other members of the First Line. The First Line member Pixie helped Carney adjust to his new time with the help of her family, the Eternals. A year later Pat deliberately time jumped again, reappearing shortly after the Fantastic Four debuted. Learning from Pixie that the First Line had died stopping a Skrull armada invading Earth, Pat decided the Yankee Clipper's time had passed, and quietly entered retirment.


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