America Chavez was born in the stars.
When soaring through space, she doesn’t run from a fight because she’s a groundbreaking, interdimensional Super Hero. When on Earth, she punches and stomps star-shaped holes between planes of existence. When in her home country, she fights for what’s right from sea to shining sea.
She is America.
A Heroine from Heroines
Formerly known as Miss America—a codename previously held by Madeline Joyce Frank—America Chavez is from the Utopian Parallel, a realm outside conventional time and space formed from the “unbinding of magic” by the multidimensional messiah Demiurge. When America was six years old, mysterious forces permeated the Parallel with dimensional rifts that threatened to fracture it, kill its inhabitants, and scatter its fragments throughout the Multiverse’s infinite realities. To stabilize the Parallel, America’s two mothers sacrificed their lives to seal the rifts, dispersing their atoms through them in the process.
America, in the act of grief-stricken anger and half-formed idealism, created an interdimensional portal to flee her home realm into the larger Multiverse to emulate her mothers’ heroism in other universes, rather than remain in the seemingly perfect Parallel.
She spent the remainder of her childhood adventuring in many dimensions, with her powers protecting her from harm. By her early teens, she resided on Earth-616, where she joined Ultimate Nullifier’s Teen Brigade—a covert cadre of super-operatives, as well as the Young Avengers to stop a powerful mind-controlling parasite. America shared a brief experimental affair with Nullifier but is romantically drawn to women.