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Quote1 Well, Controller. You'd better learn to control yourself. Quote2
Captain America

Appearing in "Magnetic Repulsion"

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Synopsis for "Magnetic Repulsion"

Hank Pym finally succeeds in successfully removing the Controller's slave disc from Namor, and the Atlantean wakes up disoriented. Meanwhile, Magneto pays the Red Skull a visit. He demands to know if the man he is speaking to is indeed the original Red Skull -- the Nazi criminal who caused suffering to millions of Jews including Magneto's own family. When the Red Skull answers in the affirmative a battle takes place between the two villains, however, Magneto is able to easily counter everything that the Red Skull throws at him since his defenses are all made of metal. While the two villains fight, Namor returns to the ocean and Captain America defeats the controller and then pursues the Red Skull. However, little does Cap know that his arch enemy has been captured by Magneto who has trapped him in an underground cell. Having disabled the Red Skull's tracking beacon and supplied him with ten gallons of water, Magneto informs his enemy that he is not going to kill him, rather he is going to let him starve for a period so that he might experience a sliver of the suffering that he's inflicted upon so many others.

Appearing in "The Way of the Snake"

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Synopsis for "The Way of the Snake"

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Solicit Synopsis

The core alliance of super villains is destroyed when Magneto attacks the Red Skull! Wait'll you see the reason why— and the side Cap chooses to help!

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  • This issue contains a letters page, American Graffiti. Letters are published from: Paul Conte, Chapin Ott, Aaron "Mr. Hate" Sims, Scott Tipton, and J.R. McHenry.

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  • The Grand Comics Database: Captain America Vol 1 367 [1]

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