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These Are The Fictional Flags that We Adore The Most

By | source:Here Nov 1st, 2023

Flags are a symbol of country and identity. They are used to represent a country and people, as well as their culture and history. Flags can also be used to show support for something or someone. These fictional flags we’ve listed below have all achieved this in one way or another. Whether it’s the symbolic gesture of setting up an embassy on another planet, like Wakanda did in Captain Marvel, or simply showing off your love of superheroes by displaying them proudly at home (or your office)—these fictional flags do more than just look pretty!

Galactic Republic

The Galactic Republic was the governing body of the galaxy for thousands of years. It was governed by a Senate and a Supreme Chancellor, who served as its head of state. The Republic’s capital was Coruscant, but it also controlled various planets throughout their territory including Naboo and Alderaan–two planets that are both destroyed during the events of Star Wars: Episode III – Revenge Of The Sith (2005). The Galactic Constitution formed this government after extensive debate between delegates from many different worlds within its borders. This document outlined what powers each branch could exercise; how they were selected or appointed; when elections would occur; etcetera.. It also prohibited slavery while ensuring equal rights among all races living within its jurisdiction–so long as they weren’t criminals!

House Stark

The House Stark is a fictional noble house from the A Song of Ice and Fire series by George R. R. Martin. The Starks are one of the Great Houses in Westeros, based in the north-eastern region known as the North. They rule from their seat at Winterfell, a large castle on an ancient hilltop site that was built over 8,000 years ago by Brandon the Builder after he solidified his hold on most of Westeros following an invasion by First Men under his command; this event became known as “the Long Night.”


Nambutu is a fictional country, and its flag has been designed by us. It’s an amazing design that you’re going to love! You can buy this flag from our shop and use it as your own personal Nambutu flag or give it as a gift to your friends who are fans of this fictional world too!


Wakanda is a fictional country in the Marvel Universe. It is a monarchy and has never been conquered by any foreign power. Wakanda is located in Africa, but it’s not just another country on that continent–it’s the most technologically advanced nation on Earth! The Black Panther (and therefore all citizens of Wakanda) wear vibranium suits that allow them to fly, shoot laser beams from their eyes and hands (!) and even heal wounds instantly through some sort of magic energy field emitted from vibranium itself (or something). The suit also protects its wearer from harm: bullets bounce off these guys like they’re made outta rubber balls or something crazy like that; they can even survive being shot point blank with an Uzi machine gun without so much as breaking a sweat!


Joker is a fictional flag from the Batman universe. The Joker is an enemy of Batman, and he has been since they first met in 1940’s Detective Comics #168. In this issue, Joker shot Batman with a gun and then proceeded to rob him at gunpoint after he had fallen asleep on top of some laundry that was drying on a clothesline outside of Wayne Manor. Joker has been featured in many other comics over the years including Suicide Squad and Secret Six; however, his most recent appearance was in Scott Snyder’s All-Star Batman series where he was shown attempting to kill himself after killing everyone else (including his own family).


Tomania is a fictional country in the DC comics universe. It is located in South America, and its dictator General Zod rules over it with an iron fist. The country’s population is very small, but they have some pretty cool flags! The flag of Tomania has been seen on numerous occasions throughout DC history; it consists of a red background with black stripes across it and an upside down yellow star in the middle (it looks like an “X” from above).

Klingon Empire

The Klingon Empire is a fictional monarchy from the Star Trek franchise. The Klingons are depicted as a warrior race in the 24th century, whose culture consists of prideful honor and warfare. As one of the major galactic powers along with United Federation of Planets, Romulan Star Empire and Cardassian Union (among others), it often finds itself at odds with other major powers such as Starfleet or even its own ally, Dominion. The Klingon Empire is a major galactic empire in the Alpha Quadrant of the Milky Way galaxy. Its capital world is Qo’noS (often shortened to Kronos).

Jedi Order

The Jedi Order is a fictional organization of Force-sensitive warriors that appears in the Star Wars franchise. They are depicted as an ancient monastic, knighthood organization devoted to peace and knowledge, who are trained to be one with the Force through mental discipline and martial arts.


The fictional island of Wadiya is a monarchy, ruled by an absolute monarch. It has a population of approximately 1.3 million people, most of whom are Muslim (about 80%). The official language is Arabic but English is widely spoken as well. Wadiya was formerly part of British India and gained its independence in 1947 after being granted dominion status within the Commonwealth at the end of World War II.

House Targaryen

House Targaryen is a noble family in the fictional world of Westeros, who ruled over the Seven Kingdoms for centuries before being overthrown by Robert Baratheon and his allies. They have a red, three-headed dragon on their flag, and their motto is “Fire and Blood.” The Targaryens were defeated by Aegon I during his conquest; he married Visenya (who rode Vhagar), Rhaenys (who rode Meraxes) and Elaena (who rode Syrax). The only surviving member of House Targaryen at this point was Aemon Steelsong who became Aemon Targaryen after his brother Maegor died without issue.


Genosha is a fictional island country in the Marvel Universe. It first appeared in Uncanny X-Men #235 (August 1989), and was created by writer Chris Claremont and artist Alan Davis. Genoshan mutants are led by their dictator, Cameron Hodge who rules with an iron fist. The island’s government has been known to experiment on humans who were kidnapped from around the globe. Genoshan citizens have been known to use deadly force against anyone who opposes them including members of other mutant groups such as X-Factor or New Mutants who tried rescuing their friends from slavery on Genosha’s plantations

San Marcos

San Marcos is a fictional country in the movie The Princess Diaries. It is a small country in Europe that has a population of approximately 1.5 million people, ruled by Queen Clarisse Renaldi and her husband King Robert. The capital city is San Marc. San Marcos has its own flag, which consists of three horizontal stripes: red on top, white in the middle and green at the bottom (see image above). The colors represent courage, purity and hope respectively – all things we need when we’re trying not to get caught staring at our crush’s face for too long!

This is just a small sample of the many flags that we love. What are some of your favorite fictional flags? Leave us a comment below!