Wing, The Queen of Justice

Real Name

Trixie Rogers

First Appearance

Dime Comics #5 (October 1942)

Original Publisher

Commercial Signs of Canada/Bell Features

Created by

John G. Hilkert


First appearing as Trixie Rogers, the non-powered and non-costumed crime-fighter in a text story in Dime Comics #5, Trixie later became the super-powered Wing in Joke Comics #4. In her civilian identity, she wrote stories about the super-hero Wing.

In her third appearance, she took part in the war effort by working in an airplane factory and foiling a sabotage plot.

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.

Public Domain Appearances

  • Active Comics #12, 28
  • Dime Comics #5
  • F.B.I. Comics #1-2
  • Joke Comics #4, 6, 14-18, 20-23, 25
  • The Funny Comics #5


  • Wing's team-up with Nitro by Jerry Lazare was actually a Phantom Lady & Raven 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 that, after a bad marriage with Nitro, Johnny and Trixie had been married in May 1967.

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