Appearing in "We Take Care of Our Own"
- Captain America (Sam Wilson)
- Mighty Avengers
- CORTEX Incorporated
- Plunderer's henchmen
- Terry 🢒 (Apparent death)
- Unnamed others
- Plunderer (Pernival Plunder)
- Jase (New Yorker) 🢒 (First appearance) (Appears on screen) (Unnamed)
- Jase's boyfriend (First appearance) (Appears on screen)
- Ben Grimm (Mentioned)
- Puppet Master (Phillip Masters) (Mentioned)
- Captain America (Bucky Barnes) (Mentioned)
- Red Skull (Johann Shmidt) (Mentioned)
- God (Yahweh) (Invoked)
- Uatu the Watcher (Mentioned)
- Doctor Octopus (Otto Octavius) (Mentioned)
- Danielle Cage (Mentioned)
- Ayn Rand (Mentioned)
- John Galt (Mentioned)
- Gideon Mace (Mentioned)
- Ka-Zar (Kevin Plunder) (Mentioned)
- Magneto (Erik Lehnsherr) (Mentioned)
- Rod Kingsley (Mentioned)
- Avengers (Mentioned)
- Spectrum (Monica Rambeau) (Hologram)
- She-Hulk (Jen Walters) (Hologram)
- Blue Marvel (Adam Brashear) (Hologram)
- Kaluu (Hologram)
Races and Species:
- Hell (Invoked)
- Heaven (Invoked)
Synopsis for "We Take Care of Our Own"
- Synopsis not yet written
Spinning directly out of AVENGERS & X-MEN: AXIS! Sam Wilson has become Captain America, and when he assembles the Mighty Avengers, he has a whole new mission statement in mind for Earth’s Mightiest Heroes. But how do the events of AXIS already spell doom for the team’s new direction? And what is Luke Cage doing meeting with the head of the notorious Cortex corporation? And why is Spider-Man trying to rejoin the team--doesn’t he know Luke and Jessica have been itching for payback ever since he tried to take their daughter to Child Services back when he was “Superior”?!
• They’re the Avengers for the people, of the people - helping whoever needs it, however they need it.
• And together with Sam Wilson - the all-new Captain America - they are Mighty.
• But in the wake of the earth-shattering events of AXIS, are they truly together? Or about to fall apart?
• Guest-starring the apologetic arachnid - Spider-Man!
- The "Cortex Lunar debacle" mentioned in this issue is a reference to the mini-series Iron Man: Fatal Frontier Infinite Comic.