Freedom Force

Freedom Force or The Freedom Force may refer to:

  • Freedom Force (comics), two teams—one of supervillains, the other of superheroes—in the Marvel Comics universe
  • Freedom Force (video game), a video game for the Nintendo Entertainment System
  • Freedom Force (2002 video game), a superhero game by Irrational Games
    • The sequel, Freedom Force vs The 3rd Reich
  • The Freedom Force (TV series), a 1970s animated TV series
  • Freedom Force, a militant group involved in insurgency in Jammu and Kashmir
  • Freedom Force International, a libertarian interest group founded by G. Edward Griffin

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Super Sabre (comics) - Fictional Character Biography
... of the Commando and Stonewall if they joined Freedom Force ... Super Sabre publicly reappeared, alive, and also offered to join the Freedom Force ... Alongside Freedom Force, Super Sabre battled the X-Men in Dallas at first, but then battled cavemen transported to Dallas by time-waves created by the ...
Sirocco (comics) - Fictional Character Biography
... team called Desert Sword when they fought Freedom Force, led by Crimson Commando ... Desert Sword was to prevent Freedom Force from liberating a German scientist named Reinhold Kurtzmann in Kuwait ... Kurtzmann was captured by Freedom force but then recaptured by Desert Sword ...
Freedom Force (2002 video game) - Plot - Characters - Supervillains
... He is the first supervillain to be defeated by Freedom Force in the original game and the sequel ... After she was defeated and unmasked by Freedom Force, the Dark Men swarmed over Shadow and pummelled her in a rage over her beauty ... In Freedom Force vs ...

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