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Quote1 I thought I could break the cycle and help this poor girl. That was my mistake. This is no 'poor girl.' She loves what she does. It wasn't just nurture -- or lack thereof. It was nature. It's in her blood. She lives on other people's pain and death. Including mine. Quote2
-- Commander Steve Rogers

Appearing in "Born in Sin"

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Appearing in "Missing Person"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Captain America #355.

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This story is a reprint of the comic
Captain America #355.

Cap is contacted by Bernie, who tells him about a young runaway child of a family friend. As he investigates he finds out that several young teenagers have gone missing. Cap asks Sersi to change him into a 15 year old teen, so he can infiltrate the ring responsible for these disappearances. He is kidnapped and finds out who is behind the vanishings, the Sisters of Sin.

Appearing in "Camptown Rages"

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Captain America #356.

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This story is a reprint of the comic
Captain America #356.



Appearing in "Night of Sin"

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Captain America #357.

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The Origin of Sin, daughter of the Red Skull — and some of the quirkiest Cap stories ever told! Captain America, regressed to a 98-pound weakling, vs. a teenage death cult and the Sisters of Sin! Battle Star and the Falcon, together against the Serpent Society! Featuring a special guest-appearance by the voluptuous Sersi! Collecting CAPTAIN AMERICA #355-356 and material from #357, fully remastered with modern coloring. Plus: an all-new framing sequence by Jim McCann.

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