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Quote1 I'm fine, Sam...I'm better than fine. ... It's Steve... I think we can still save him. Quote2
-- Sharon Carter

Appearing in "One Year After"Edit

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Synopsis for "One Year After"Edit

A year after Captain America was murdered, Sharon Carter remembers what happened, how did she kill Rogers. Then, she looks for a man who was Zola's spy too and after Carter confronted him with something that Fury gave to her, she finds the weapon that she used to kill Rogers. Then, in a cafe, the other Steve Rogers (the 50´s one) sat watching a TV program on the CNN in memorial to Steve Rogers, when a woman tells him that he is identical to Captain America. He remembers his surgeries, his first fights against the communists, and his cryogenic jail. In a Hammer's maxim security prison, Cross Bones pretends escaping with Sin, but he is captured. At the Avengers Secret base, Bucky and Barton are practicing when Black Widow fears about an "illegal" homage to Captain America at Central Park and tells Bucky that would be better to not assist because of the Osborne's Avengers. Then, in another place, Red Skull remembers his fightings against Captain America during WWII and reveals that he didn't want to kill him at all, but also torment him. That night, at central park, the Falcon and the Avengers are prepared for escaping if Osborne finds them, but he prefers to make a public advice, that the reunion was legal and that he honors Captain America as a real patriot. Everyone agrees at him and then Sharon Carter appears only for telling Bucky that Rogers could be saved!

Appearing in "In Memorium"Edit

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Appearing in "The Persistence of Memorabilia"Edit

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Appearing in "Red Skull's Deadly Revenge"Edit

This story is a reprint of the comic
Captain America Comics #16.
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  • Red Skull's planes

Synopsis for "Red Skull's Deadly Revenge"Edit

This story is a reprint of the comic
Captain America Comics #16.

The Red Skull escapes prison, learns archery, then recruits former henchmen Shores, Igor, and Benson, killing Benson when he rebels. Cap and Bucky find Shores and Igor robbing City Bank, but while Cap defeats them, the Skull shoots Bucky with an arrow. Cap rushes his friend to a doctor, then returns to Camp Lehigh, unaware the Skull has followed. Consulting his files, Cap travels to the Skull's last known hideout, but the Skull takes him by surprise, pinning him to a dungeon wall with arrows and pounding him unconscious. Learning Cap's secret identity from his wallet, the Skull takes Cap's costume & shield. He embarks on a month-long nation-wide crime spree, then impersonates Cap to steal defense plans. Reports of the crime motivate the still-recovering Bucky to locate the Skull's hideout and free Cap. The two acquire replacement costumes and track the Skull and company to an airport. They make short work of Shores and Igor, but the Skull takes off in a plane. Cap and Bucky manage to cling to the plane's tail. While fighting Cap, the Skull falls, and Cap and Bucky land to find his corpse, with evidence he, not Cap, stole the plans.

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  • This issue also contains "My Bulletin Board" by Joe Simon, discussing the bulletin board Joe Simon used to show the various artists how to draw Captain America originally.
  • The original comic art depicted in Story III, "Memorabilia" reportedly done by Steve Rogers is actually from Captain America co-creator Jack Kirby. The artwork was previously published in the Captain America stories in Tales of Suspense #81 page 6, and Tales of Suspense #85 page 7.

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