- Taking on a whole train full of armored fanatics on your own? Sounds more like a Bucky plan.
- -- Falcon
Appearing in "Two Americas (Part 3)"
- David Price
Synopsis for "Two Americas (Part 3)"
The Grand Director demands that Bucky put on his old WWII costume. However, Bucky refuses to do so with the insane 1950s Cap and criticizes his joining of the Watchdogs. The Grand Director insists that the Watchdogs are patriots and threatens Falcon's life if Bucky doesn't comply. Reluctantly, he concedes.
Meanwhile, Falcon wakes up on a some train. Luckily, Redwing comes in just in time to distract his guards, before Falcon kicks one of the train. He then gets out of the train car to see what is on the other cars, while Redwing goes scouting. He ambushes on Watchdog, but his victim shoots a hole in the car he was standing on, alerting the other Watchdogs to his escape. With Steve Rogers' training on how to take out a whole squad, Falcon quickly dispatches them. He runs into the next car, which he discovers to be full of explosives. Two Watchdogs attempt to attack him with knives, only to be knocked out themselves. Falcon then makes his way to the engine, where he knocks out another Watchdog, before the engineer pleads innocence. The engineer, named Dave Price, explains that he was kidnapped and his family was threatened if he didn't help the Watchdogs in blowing up the Corporate Lobbyist conference. They can't stop the train because the brakes a re destroyed. However, Dave thinks that blowing up the conference is just a distraction for something much bigger.
Elsewhere, the Grand Director and Bucky disembark to a location where the former claims to be the place where he will rally other groups like the Watchdogs around him. The plan is to blow up Hoover Dam.
Appearing in "Conjunction (Part 3)"
Synopsis for "Conjunction (Part 3)"
Nomad and Arana break into an ad agency connected to the Secret Empire. While Nomad searches through a computer, Arana steps out the door to keep lookout, only for the door to slam shut.Professor Power then appears on a screen, revealing that this was all a ruse to lure her here, as gases flood the room. Meanwhile, Arana is left to deal with Mad-Dog. She manages to trick her foe into smashing through the door, before knocking him out with a fire extinguisher. She soom as she gets back into the room, she finds Nomad's mouth foaming body.
The penultimate chapter of TWO AMERICAS! As two Captain Americas clash in the heartland, the Falcon fights to stop a terrorist attack on American soil by the new Watchdogs! Plus, Nomad: Girl Without A World back-up by SEAN MCKEEVER and DAVID BALDEON.
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