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Quote1 Such an ignominious state of affairs for the magnificent Modok...! Quote2
-- Modok

Appearing in "Mission: Murder Modok!"

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  • Mr. Freedman/Mr. Freidman

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Synopsis for "Mission: Murder Modok!"

Bushmaster and Diamondback enter an AIM submarine. They find and attack MODOK, but he manages to escape.

Bernie tells Captain America that she is overwhelmed trying to process and organize calls to his hotline. Suddenly, they detect someone is trying to tap into the computer system. They are able to trace the source.

Diamondback calls the Serpent Society for backup. Sidewinder sends the team to her location and directs them to continue searching for MODOK. Meanwhile, MODOK hides in the back of a semi truck.

Captain America arrives in New Jersey and meets the hacker, Hiram "RAM" Riddley. The boy is part of a fan club that follows Cap's adventures. They created a keyword scan to monitor the hotline calls. Cap glances at RAM's computer screen and notices news about the Serpent Society's attack.

The semi truck arrives at a shopping mall. MODOK kills two of the freight workers, then hides inside the building. The Serpent Society learns about the killings, and heads towards the mall.

Shortly after, Cap finds Princess Python trying to defect from the team. She tells him the Society was hired to kill MODOK, but she is afraid to fight him without powers. Cap evacuates the mall and fights the Serpent Society. However, he is too late to stop Death Adder from mauling and poisoning MODOK.

Solicit Synopsis

The Captain America Hot Line gets a call that really burns up the wires and the all-new Serpent Society take on an assassination contract in "Mission: Murder Modok!"

Notes

  • AIM hired the Serpent Society to kill MODOK in Captain America #311.
  • Bushmaster has both of his arms blasted off by Modok in this issue. He will later have bionic arms attached to his body.

Trivia

  • Mr. Freedman/Friedman has his name mistakenly spelled both ways this issue.

See Also

Links and References

  • The Grand Comics Database: Captain America #313 [1]

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