History of character is unknown.
- American Idealism: Uncle Sam's powers are proportionate to the United States' faith in the ideals of liberty and freedom.
- Immortality: Uncle Sam's appearance, though occasionally different, remains relatively the same in every year. He always appears as a middle-aged though able-bodied man with white hair and a white beard.
- Interdimensional Teleportation: He is also shown to be able to transport himself and others to a pocket of an alternate dimension called The Heartland.
- Superhuman Stamina
- Superhuman Strength
- Power Distribution: Sam empowered Batman, altering also his costume to a more patriotic one.
- American Idealism: Uncle Sam's powers are grounded by the strength of the American consciousness. When the overwhelming spirit of America falters, Sam's strength and stamina declines.
- This version of the character is exclusive to the continuity of the television series Batman: The Brave and the Bold and its tie-in video game and comic book series, Batman: The Brave and The Bold and All-New Batman: The Brave and the Bold. It is an adaptation of Uncle Sam. The original character was created by Will Eisner and Dave Berg and first appeared in National Comics #1.
- Uncle Sam was voiced by Peter Renaday.
- 1 Appearances of Uncle Sam (The Brave and the Bold)
- 1 Images featuring Uncle Sam (The Brave and the Bold)
- Quotations by or about Uncle Sam (The Brave and the Bold)
- Character Gallery: Uncle Sam (The Brave and the Bold)