New Frontiersman is a far-right daily newspaper owned by the Newspaper Corporation of America.
New Frontiersman was established in 1949 and was owned by Pioneer Publishing.
Its editor is Hector Godfrey. Typically containing articles espousing "right-wing" political and societal views, it was a political antagonist of the Nova Express. Its articles also spoke in favor of the costumed adventurers, viewing them as protectors of the country.
Its slogan is "In your hearts, you know it's right". To that one vandalized the poster adding a graffiti with the word "wing", altering the phrase to "right wing".
A sample article appears at the end of Chapter VIII. The sample includes a political cartoon including some glaring racial and social stereotypes; a fat, greasy Jew representing big business, an Italian gangster (complete with Black Hand tie pin) representing crime, a black whore selling drugs, a dark haired Knot-Top youth representing delinquency, and, looming behind them all, the Soviet Union represented by a huge man in Russian costume with USSR in Cyrillic letters on his hat. The Hero who is being handcuffed and unmasked by Doug Roth representing the Liberal media is blonde and "Aryan" and has a stereotypical All-American family in the audience, something not true of any of the masked heroes in the story. Ironically the most blonde and "perfect" of the heroes is Adrian Veidt, the hero New Frontiersman likes least, on account of his liberal leanings. Also in the cartoon, Lady Liberty can be seen weeping.
In 2018, Roger Ailes, president of Newspaper Corporation of America (NCA), parent of New Frontiersman, filed a lawsuit against Veidt Enterprises and Trieu Industries claiming a “systematic campaign of harassment, intimidation, and sabotage” against him and his employees for publishing reports that the Central Intelligence Agency had killed Adrian Veidt for secrets he possessed regarding the Dimensional Incursion Event. The lawsuit was dismissed and the federal government subsequently ordered NCA to either publish an apology to Veidt or pay a $100,000 for violating the Content Code Act. They chose to pay the fine.