Appearing in "The Winter Soldier: Part 3"
- Captain America (Steve Rogers) (Appears in flashback)
- S.H.I.E.L.D. (Behind the scenes)
- Nick Fury (Voice)
- Kronas Corporation
- Department X (Only in flashback)
- MI-6 (Named only)
- United Nations (Named only)
- NATO (Named only)
- James Keller (Named only) (Deceased)
- Dalton Graines (Corpse) (Only in flashback)
- Jacques Dupuy (Only appearance) (Corpse) (Only in flashback)
- Col. Jefferson Hart (Only appearance) (Corpse) (Only in flashback)
- United States Senate (Named only)
- Sub-Mariner (Namor McKenzie) (Drawing) (Only in flashback)
- Human Torch (Johnny Storm) (Drawing) (Only in flashback)
- Stan Lee (Drawing) (Only in flashback)
- Jack Kirby (Drawing) (Only in flashback)
- NYPD (Only in flashback)
- Agent 13 (Sharon Carter) (Mentioned)
- United States Army (On-screen)
- Adolf Hitler (Mentioned) (Only in flashback)
- Toro (Tom Raymond) (Mentioned) (Only in flashback)
Races and Species:
- Humans (Main story and flashback)
- Cosmic Cube
- Atlantean-Human Hybrids (Drawing)
- Human-Inhuman Hybrids (Drawing)
- Earth (Main story and flashback)
- Russia (Main story and flashback)
- United States of America (Main story and flashback)
- United Kingdom (Only in flashback)
- Germany (Only in flashback)
- Berlin (Only in flashback)
- France (Only in flashback)
- Paris (Only in flashback)
- Egypt (Only in flashback)
- Cairo (Only in flashback)
- Algeria (Only in flashback)
- Madripoor (Only in flashback)
- Mexico (Only in flashback)
- Mexico City (Only in flashback)
- Hell (Invoked)
- Super-Soldier Serum (Named only)
- Captain America's Shield (Recap)
- Captain America's Uniform (Recap)
- Winter Soldier's Bionic Arm (Only in flashback) (Origin revealed)
- Cold War (Only in flashback)
Synopsis for "The Winter Soldier: Part 3"
Told in Dossier style, the untold history of Bucky Barnes is revealed. Bucky survived his apparent death in the explosion of 1945, losing his left arm. He is rescued from the icy Atlantic Ocean by Soviet officer Vasily Karpov. Karpov replaces his arm with a bionic one and reprogams Bucky into a merciless hitman for the Soviets who assasinates several Allied targets. Bucky is often frozen in cyrogenic states between missions preserving his youth.
All of this information is presented to Steve Rogers by his good friend and Director of Shield, Nick Fury. To be continued!
A flashback in this story affects the chronology of the following characters:
Winter Soldier / Bucky / James Barnes
- Pag. 3, Panels 1-3
- Pag. 3, Panel 4
- Pag. 4-10
- Pag. 11
- Pag. 12
- Pag. 13
- Pag. 14-16
- Pag. 17-18
- Pag. 20, Panel 2-Pag. 21, Panel 5
- In the flophouse visited by the Winter Soldier it can be seen an issue of Sub-Mariner Comics; its cover has been shown in its full size in Captain America Vol 5 #13's letters page; it features Sub-Mariner, the modern Human Torch, Stan Lee and Jack Kirby, as the moment the Winter Soldier is visiting the flophouse, the events of Fantastic Four #4 are happening.
- This issue's cover features previously published arts in its black/white panorama; some of the arts were originally published in:
- Tales of Suspense #63: Pg. 1, 8; Jack Kirby.
- Captain America Comics #3: Story N° 1, Pag. 15; Joe Simon, Jack Kirby.
- Captain America #105: Pg. 2 panorama; Jack Kirby.
- Captain America Comics #27: Cover, Alex Schomburg.
- Captain America Vol 4 #17: Interior Art, Lee Weeks.
- Captain America Vol 5 #5: Interior Art, Michael Lark.
- Other unidentified arts.
- This issue contains a Statement of Ownership, Management, and Circulation.
- This issue also contains a letters page, Freedom of Speech. Letters are published from Ashley Cruse, Kevin Lewis, Robert Hustwick, and Steve Chung.
- Write your own review of this comic!
- Discuss Captain America Vol 5 11 on the forums
- Images from Captain America Vol 5 11
- ↑ First and only known appearance to date besides flashbacks
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