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Quote1 C'mon...it's time for me to face the past...no matter what. Quote2
-- Captain America

Appearing in "The Trial of Captain America (Part 1)"

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Synopsis for "The Trial of Captain America (Part 1)"

As they enter Avengers Tower, Hawkeye and Mockingbird are being pestered by the media, questioning about Bucky. The two go up to discuss the subject with Steve Rogers, Tony Stark and Black Widow. The latter explain that it was Bucky who gained the shield and the uniform of his own volition. Everyone then discusses his sins, which include the death of Jack Monroe/Nomad. Hawkeye is very angry at all this. Widow then cuts in that even Bucky should deserve a second chance.

Cutting to a meeting at the White House, Rogers explains to the President and his staff regarding how the Russians used Bucky as the White Soldier, before he used a powerful artifact to restore his memories. Despite his efforts, and due to political complications, Rogers cannot gain a pardon for Bucky.

Menawhile, Bucky storms a Neo-Nazi gathering. Once he's defeated them all, he finds propaganda papers, which include a picture of the the Master Man. He then makes himself scarce, as the police arrive. As he watches from a distance, Bucky is approached by Rogers, who explains to him about how bad it is that his identity is now public. Deciding to face his past and curb the media, Bucky turns himself over to the UN to gain a formal trial for his crimes as the White Soldier. Watching this on TV from a mental hospital she<s imprisoned in, Sin begins to laughing like a maniac.

Appearing in "Underneath the Skin (Part 1)"

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  • Second Shadow

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Synopsis for "Underneath the Skin (Part 1)"

Nomad is woken up in the middle of the night by Black Widow, who seeks her assistance in taking down a facility run by the Second Shadow, who plan on mass producing a chemical that can turn anyone into a time-bomb Nitro, the same supervillain who killed over six hundred people in Stanford, thus leading to the Superhuman Registration Act. Unfortunately, they are discovered and they have to fight their way through guards. Nomad is hit with some sort of device at the back of her head and she loses consciousness.When she wakes up, she is face-to-face with a Second Shadow operative, who demands information, otherwise they will change the time before she dies.

Solicit Synopsis

The Trial of Captain America begins here! Nothing will ever be the same again, and this time we mean it. Award-winning writer Ed Brubaker and acclaimed artist Butch Guice continue to take Captain America to new heights!

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