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| StoryTitle1 = The River of Death
 
| StoryTitle1 = The River of Death
| Synopsis1 = As Cap follows the Rio De Muerte searching for a village, a monster emerges from the water and attacks him. Prison guards chase the "Man-Fish" away and capture the now-weakened Cap. At the SHIELD regional office, Nelson tells two agents about File 116, which is cataloging a spate of monster appearances. He adds that, with the recent appearance of a "Digger," the file is getting ever larger. Meanwhile, the Falcon searches the coastlines all the way to South America. Veering inland, he comes upon a giant bird's nest. In Central America, Cap escapes the guards who throw dynamite at him. steering his flight so that he falls into a pit. As the Swine prepares to roast the trapped Cap with a flame thrower, Donna Maria intervenes. The Swine tosses her into the pit with Cap. Just then, the Man-Fish attacks, killing the Swine and his men. Cap and Donna Maria escape the pit but the Man-Fish attacks them, then suddenly returns to the river after prodded by the mental command device wielded by its master, Arnim Zola.
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| Synopsis1 = As Cap follows the Rio De Muerte searching for a village, a monster emerges from the water and attacks him. Prison guards chase the "Man-Fish" away and capture the now-weakened Cap. At the SHIELD regional office, Nelson tells two agents about File 116, which is cataloging a spate of monster appearances. He adds that, with the recent appearance of a "Digger," the file is getting ever larger. Meanwhile, the Falcon searches the coastlines all the way to South America. Veering inland, he comes upon a giant bird's nest. In Central America, Cap escapes the guards who throw dynamite at him, steering his flight so that he falls into a pit. As the Swine prepares to roast the trapped Cap with a flame thrower, Donna Maria intervenes. The Swine tosses her into the pit with Cap. Just then, the Man-Fish attacks, killing the Swine and his men. Cap and Donna Maria escape the pit but the Man-Fish attacks them, then suddenly returns to the river after prodded by the mental command device wielded by its master, Arnim Zola.
   
 
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'''Featured Characters:'''
 
'''Featured Characters:'''
 
* {{apn|[[Steven Rogers (Earth-616)|Captain America (Steve Rogers)]]}}
 
* {{apn|[[Steven Rogers (Earth-616)|Captain America (Steve Rogers)]]}}
* {{a|[[Samuel Wilson (Earth-616)|The Falcon (Sam Wilson)]]}}
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* {{a|[[Samuel Wilson (Earth-616)|Falcon (Sam Wilson)]]}}
 
'''Supporting Characters:'''
 
'''Supporting Characters:'''
 
* {{a|[[Leila Taylor (Earth-616)|Leila Taylor]]}}
 
* {{a|[[Leila Taylor (Earth-616)|Leila Taylor]]}}
'''Featured Antagonists:'''
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'''Antagonists:'''
 
* {{1st|[[Arnim Zola (Earth-616)|Arnim Zola]]}}
 
* {{1st|[[Arnim Zola (Earth-616)|Arnim Zola]]}}
 
* {{Death|[[Hector Santiago (Earth-616)|Hector Santiago]]}}
 
* {{Death|[[Hector Santiago (Earth-616)|Hector Santiago]]}}
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'''Other Characters:'''
 
'''Other Characters:'''
 
* {{a|[[Donna Maria Puentes (Earth-616)|Donna Maria]]}}
 
* {{a|[[Donna Maria Puentes (Earth-616)|Donna Maria]]}}
* Regional SHIELD Director (name not revealed)
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* {{a|[[Strategic Homeland Intervention, Enforcement and Logistics Division (Earth-616)|S.H.I.E.L.D.]]}}
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** {{Unnamed|[[Kurt Jacobson (Earth-616)|Kurt Jacobson]]}} {{g|S.H.I.E.L.D. Regonal Director}}
 
'''Locations:'''
 
'''Locations:'''
 
* Central America
 
* Central America
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* The [[Hector Santiago (Earth-616)|Swine]] dies in this story.
 
* The [[Hector Santiago (Earth-616)|Swine]] dies in this story.
   
* This story introduces [[Arnim Zola (Earth-616)|Arnim Zola]], who remains a thorn in the side of Captain America today!!
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* This story introduces [[Arnim Zola (Earth-616)|Arnim Zola]], who remains a thorn in the side of Captain America today.
   
 
* This issue contains a letters page, '''Let's Rap With Cap'''. Letters are published from ''Henry Lipput, Bruce Canwell,'' and ''Robert Sodaro''.
 
* This issue contains a letters page, '''Let's Rap With Cap'''. Letters are published from ''Henry Lipput, Bruce Canwell,'' and ''Robert Sodaro''.
 
* This story is reprinted in comics and books, see references for more info.<ref> This issue is reprinted in the following comics/TPB's:
 
* {{c|Captain America: The Swine #1}}
 
</ref>
 
   
 
| Trivia =
 
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Quote1 Blow it out your mustache! Quote2
-- Captain America (Steve Rogers)

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Synopsis for "The River of Death"

As Cap follows the Rio De Muerte searching for a village, a monster emerges from the water and attacks him. Prison guards chase the "Man-Fish" away and capture the now-weakened Cap. At the SHIELD regional office, Nelson tells two agents about File 116, which is cataloging a spate of monster appearances. He adds that, with the recent appearance of a "Digger," the file is getting ever larger. Meanwhile, the Falcon searches the coastlines all the way to South America. Veering inland, he comes upon a giant bird's nest. In Central America, Cap escapes the guards who throw dynamite at him, steering his flight so that he falls into a pit. As the Swine prepares to roast the trapped Cap with a flame thrower, Donna Maria intervenes. The Swine tosses her into the pit with Cap. Just then, the Man-Fish attacks, killing the Swine and his men. Cap and Donna Maria escape the pit but the Man-Fish attacks them, then suddenly returns to the river after prodded by the mental command device wielded by its master, Arnim Zola.

Notes

  • Inks (story pages): Giacoia pages 1-3, Verpoorten (uncredited) pages 4-17.
  • The Swine dies in this story.
  • This story introduces Arnim Zola, who remains a thorn in the side of Captain America today.
  • This issue contains a letters page, Let's Rap With Cap. Letters are published from Henry Lipput, Bruce Canwell, and Robert Sodaro.

See Also

Links and References

  • The Grand Comics Database: Captain America #208 [1]

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