Appearing in "The Mad Master of the Murder Maze!"
- Stray cat
- Yon-Rogg (Referenced)
- Carol Danvers (Mentioned)
- Avengers (Mentioned)
- Daily Bugle (Mentioned)
- Jacob Weiss (Only appearance; dies)
- Mrs. Martino
- Captain America (Steve Rogers) (Mentioned)
- Ariadne (Rat)
- Theseus (Rat)
Races and Species:
- Negative Zone
- Middle East (Named only)
- Kree Galaxy (Mentioned)
- Auschwitz (Mentioned)
- South America (Mentioned)
Synopsis for "The Mad Master of the Murder Maze!"
Continued from last issue... Having survived the blast that killed Yon-Rogg, Rick Jones awakens and switches to Captain Marvel so that Mar-Vell can take them the distance to New York City. There, Rick begins looking for a job and a place to live. After countless reject, Rick is offered a job and residence in the high tech building called Minos Towers.
Minos Towers is run by famous a pathologist made popular by testing the psychology of rats, and has offered employment and cheap lodging for those who wish to work with him. However, Rick and Mar-Vell soon learn that Webb is using the tenants of Minos Towers as part of his nexy psychological experiment.
Mar-Vell confronts Webb on his own, however during the final battle, one of Rick's neighbors, Holocaust survivor Mr. Weiss -- sickened of the display and its reminders of his time in Auschwitz -- attacks Webb, knocking both men into the control panel, causing it to explode and kill both men. His life fading, Webb is shocked to realize that one man -- one that he personalized into a simple number -- could sacrifice himself for others, which went contrary to everything he believed about human behavior.
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- This title takes another hiatus after his issue. Captain Marvel will next be seen in Avengers #72.
- This issue contains a letters page, Mail It To Mar-Vell. Letters are published from Chris Daria, Paul F. Pizzo, Alan Spratt, and Al Thomson.