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Appearing in "Two Goals to Seek, One Path to Glory"

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  • Elixir of Life

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Appearing in "Kung Fu vs Karate: Which is Better?"

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Appearing in "And Men Shall Call Him...Samurai"

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Appearing in "The Casket of Hsien Hang!"

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  • Skeleton assassin (Only appearance; dies)[1]
  • Wu Chow (Only appearance; dies)[1]

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Appearing in "King Kung-Fu"

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Appearing in "The Blitzkrieg of Batroc!"

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Tales of Suspense #85.

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Synopsis for "The Blitzkrieg of Batroc!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Tales of Suspense #85.

Receiving a cryptic message that the mysterious SHIELD Agent 13 (who resembles a woman from Cap's past) has been kidnapped, Captain America soon finds himself in a rematch battle against Batroc the Leaper who has been hired by Hydra to destroy the star spangled avenger.

However, when Hydra attempts to shoot Captain America when he's distracted defending himself from Batroc, Batroc is offended that they would choose such a cowardly way to defeat an opponent. Batroc then helps Cap defeat the Hydra agents and free Agent 13. Afterwards, Batroc takes his leave telling Cap that they will have another chance to have a fair rematch sometime in the future.

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  • This issue includes an illustrated frontspiece article by Frank McLaughlin entitled "The Way of the Tiger". McLaughlin also produces a text article called "Kung Fu vs Karate: Which is Better?".
  • This issue includes an eight-page text story by Chris Claremont entitled, "And Men Shall Call Him... Samurai".

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  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 First and only known appearance to date besides flashbacks



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