Appearing in "Sentinel of Liberty"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Captain America: Sentinel of Liberty #1.

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Synopsis for "Sentinel of Liberty"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Captain America: Sentinel of Liberty #1.



Appearing in "Collision Courses: Part 1"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Captain America (Vol. 5) #16.

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Synopsis for "Collision Courses: Part 1"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Captain America (Vol. 5) #16.



Appearing in "Collision Courses: Part 2"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Captain America (Vol. 5) #17.

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Synopsis for "Collision Courses: Part 2"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Captain America (Vol. 5) #17.



Appearing in "All the Pretty Monsters"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Captain America and the Secret Avengers #1.

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  • Tatiana (First appearance) (Main story and flashback)

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Synopsis for "All the Pretty Monsters"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Captain America and the Secret Avengers #1.



Appearing in "30 Minutes to Live!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Tales of Suspense #75.

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Synopsis for "30 Minutes to Live!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Tales of Suspense #75.

Captain America has successfully destroyed the three Sleeper robots reactivated by Nazi sleeper agents. As Cap plummets into the ocean, in New York City, a secret group plots to get a highly explosive chemical called "Inferno 42" which is in the possession of S.H.I.E.L.D.

Meanwhile, Cap is rescued by some Navy men and is brought back home, where he reflects on his past and laments over the loss of his partner Bucky, and how out of time he feels after being in suspended animation for so long. Assuming his civilian guise he spots a woman whom he seems to recall from his World War 2 days. While trying to figure if it's really the mysterious woman from his past or not, he notices somebody bumping into her and doing a switch with the package she is carrying for an identical one.

Cap soon finds himself caught up in the middle of the S.H.I.E.L.D. plan to secretly transport Inferno 42 through New York City, and his interference has alerted the evil scientists hired man: Batroc the Leaper, onto the switch up. However, while clashing with Captain America when trying to get the woman's package, the two accidentally crack the canister causing the Inferno 42 inside to become active. The woman however manages to make her escape while the two men fight it out.

Informing Cap that the device could destroy all of New York, the two race after her to get it back.

Appearing in "The Gladiator, The Girl, and The Glory!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Tales of Suspense #76.

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Synopsis for "The Gladiator, The Girl, and The Glory!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Tales of Suspense #76.
Quote1.png But, you're not threatening a helpless girl now, Batroc!! I've battled men with all sorts of powers in my time--Next to some of them, you're just a joke! But--I'm not laughing! Quote2.png
--Captain America

Captain America has got himself involved in the a SHIELD operation to exchange the volatile chemical Inferno 42 which has gotten him into conflict with Batroc the Leaper, who seeks to obtain the chemical for his employers. During their combat, they've accidentally exposed the chemical to the air causing it to become active, and the female SHIELD agent (who resembles somebody from Cap's past) has run off with it, unaware that it will soon explode with enough force to destroy all of New York City.

During her escape, the girl is soon weakened from exposure to Inferno 42, and Batroc and Cap manage to catch up to her. Batroc and Cap fight it out over possession of the chemical, and Batroc manages to obtain it himself. However when he brings it back to his employers who encase the cylinder in a container that would make it dormant again, Cap arrives and battles Batroc to the point where Batroc and his employers make a grand escape.

Rushing back to the girl, he finds that she is being carried away in an ambulance for treatment, where she tells Cap that their mission was a success because while Cap and Batroc were fighting, she managed to switch the cylinder of Inferno 42 with a fake.

Appearing in "The Blitzkrieg of Batroc!"

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Tales of Suspense #85.

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Synopsis for "The Blitzkrieg of Batroc!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Tales of Suspense #85.

Receiving a cryptic message that the mysterious SHIELD Agent 13 (who resembles a woman from Cap's past) has been kidnapped, Captain America soon finds himself in a rematch battle against Batroc the Leaper who has been hired by Hydra to destroy the star spangled avenger.

However, when Hydra attempts to shoot Captain America when he's distracted defending himself from Batroc, Batroc is offended that they would choose such a cowardly way to defeat an opponent. Batroc then helps Cap defeat the Hydra agents and free Agent 13. Afterwards, Batroc takes his leave telling Cap that they will have another chance to have a fair rematch sometime in the future.

Appearing in "Girls' Night On"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Age of Heroes #3.

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Synopsis for "Girls' Night On"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Age of Heroes #3.

Crusher Creel has arrived in New York City. And he plans on storming Avengers Tower to reclaim his ball and chain. Meanwhile, inside the tower, Avengers coordinators Maria Hill, Victoria Hand (who has contracted a cold), and Sharon Carter in the middle of a meeting when Creel storm the building. Though it was figured that he was depowered last time, apparently, he has apparently regained his absorption powers. With no time to gather the Avengers, Carter suggests that they tackle Creel themselves. She confronts Creel as soon as he emerges from the elevator and shoots down a glass chandelier on him, which he absorbs, allowing her to shatter him into a million pieces. Unfortunately, a sickly Hand warns them that Creel can reconstitute. The coordinators run into another room, where Hill tells Carter that she has prepped a room that should hold Creel until the Avengers arrive. And Hand has a plan: if Creel wants an Avenger, then they'll give him one...

Using the building's intercoms, Hill is able to trick Creel into thinking that they have a new recruit being safeguarded. But the new "recruit" is in fact Hand, who tricks Creel into absorbing her cold, as he is locked up. When the coordinators return to the conference room, they find Spider-Man sitting amongst his webs, having arrived for a midnight snack. The exasperated ladies imply that Carter may shoot him.

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Footnotes

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