- How many more times... How many times can we be tested? How much harder do we have to try? And for what? To prove what? That we're strong enough to lose and lose and lose arms and legs and lose memories and comrades? Lose friends? And lose houses but not homes? Lose battles but not wars? Lose heart but not hope? I am strong enough to do that... But this... I am not strong enough for this...
- -- Peggy Carter src
Growing up alongside her brother Harrison, a teenaged Peggy eventually learned of World War II and left for France to join in the fight.
World War II
By 1943, Peggy had joined the French Resistance as a field agent, codenamed Agent 13. While working undercover in a café during a very rainy day, she met a young soldier named Steve Rogers. The two shared what she believed to be a brief romance, though Rogers (in his role as Captain America) would walk in on Peggy after she’d killed a roomful of Nazi soldiers, and the two struck up a long-term romance. Peggy also began a close friendship with her fellow French Resistance member Anna during this time.
Coordinating with Cap, Peggy set up a meeting between himself and a French Resistance member named Marc, who was undercover as a Nazi. In order to ensure the Germans would not suspect Marc, Peggy claimed he had been captured so he would be rescued and stay out of harm’s way. However, Cap accidentally injured Marc while keeping up appearances, leading to Peggy and Anna having to team up with Cap in order to steal a German plane to get Marc to medical attention with the Allies.
In 1944, Peggy was requested for a mission against Baron Zemo and the fledgling Hydra organization by Nick Fury, Sr. alongside Cap, Bucky, Jimmy Jupiter, Dum-Dum Dugan and Codename: Bravo. Unfortunately, Peggy had been sleeping with Bravo and he became extremely jealous of her connection to Cap once Peggy decided to end things between them, citing that he was just “company”.
During the mission Peggy, Cap and Bucky successfully stormed Zemo’s stronghold, but Bravo and his team were lost when Jupiter was placed in a coma by an undercover Hydra operative.
In 1945, Peggy and Cap had been fighting alongside each other for weeks. The two had even crossed paths in the streets of Paris while Rogers was in his military dress, and Peggy was dressed as an elderly woman. Unfortunately, the two part ways when they are summoned for missions by their respective superiors. During this time, Peggy is captured by the Gestapo and is routinely tortured, starved and interrogated. Refusing to give in, she is promptly prepared for the shooting squad.
Meanwhile, Cap had returned to the city and had been looking for Peggy, only to be told she was being held by the Gestapo. When the American forces begin invading Paris and fighting the Germans, Peggy struggles with one of her captors in order to free all the hostages. However, a rogue artillery shell strikes them. Her captor is killed, but Peggy is struck with amnesia and stumbles away from the battlefield as a desperate Cap searches for her.
After the accident, Peggy wandered all over Europe for months, finally being recognized by a family friend in Belgium, and brought home to Virginia. Decades later, she still would remember few details of this “terrible” period in her life. Despite her amnesia, Peggy still cried out for Cap in her sleep, and went into a catatonic state upon hearing of Cap’s demise, only wearing black from then on.
Conflicting reports, however, suggest that Peggy was actually fighting alongside Cap in Paris before being separated by the explosion and alternatively, that she remained in contact with Cap until his seeming demise later that year.
Having recovered from her amnesia and catatonic state, Peggy now worked for the American government, living in a modest home in the suburbs. One night in April 1952 while getting ready for bed, she was ambushed by men hired by her old friend Howard Stark in order to test her skills and let her blow off some steam. Confronting him in his office the next day, Howard asks her to join him in Moscow on a mission for an associate of his.
Agreeing to join him, Peggy is met in Moscow by Tania Belinskaya, a young girl who had subdued Peggy’s intended guide. The two women meet up with Howard, and the group meets McCord. When he expresses distrust for the women, Peggy disarms him and gives Howard an alien artifact that McCord had on him. This turns out to be a beacon, which summons an alien ship that attacks the city.
Grabbing an unconscious Howard, Peggy and her group hide in an underground facility found by Tania. When Peggy escorts Tania to the locker rooms to find something more suitable for her to change into, she holds her at gunpoint and demands to know her true intentions. Once Tania explains she’s looking for her father and was hoping Peggy could help her, Peggy reassures her that she will ask around about him, but sternly tells her that he is not their mission.
When McCord finds a vehicle that they can use to leave Moscow, he again voices distrust for the women and again Peggy states that they are joining him. Going to a desolate Russian village, McCord tries to hunt down the man who gave him the beacon, only for the group to be beckoned by the man’s neighbor. At Peggy’s insistence, the group stays with the old woman for food and shelter for the night.
The woman tells the group about a bear that’s been terrorizing the village every night when Tania screams about something in the window. McCord chases after the bear, with Peggy and the others in pursuit. Catching up to McCord, Peggy and the others see him standing over a young boy. McCord argues that they should kill him, while Peggy refuses on the grounds that they won’t get answers if he does, and the boy promises to show them the alien ship in the morning.
Following Mikhail’s directions, Howard crashes their truck in a lake. When everyone surfaces except Mikhail, McCord states he hopes the child drowned, to which an infuriated Peggy argues that people should be killed for what they’ve done, not what they look like. Mikhail then surfaces and leads the group to the ship, where Peggy watches as the boy becomes a bear and lets McCord and Howard climb on top of him and into the craft. Peggy instructs Tania and Mikhail to sit tight and orders McCord and Howard not to touch anything, though Howard activates the ship and it rushes towards a HYDRA bunker. 
Crashing deep into the HYDRA bunker, Peggy rushes to the children while cursing Howard, and commends Mikhail for his gentleness with Tania, who had been injured in the crash. Peggy tells Mikhail to go with McCord to find the alien and see if anyone else needs help, while she goes off with Tania. Discovering the bunker is flooded with HYDRA, Peggy kills a HYDRA member targeting an elderly woman.
Helping the woman up, Peggy tries to console her when she claims she’s not free and she wishes she’d been killed. Reuniting with Howard, Peggy meets Anton Vanko and sees a horrific giant man made out of dark energy trapped halfway between a portal. Peggy chastises Vanko for his work for HYDRA, though she stops when the old woman begins talking with the giant man.
The old woman explains she is an extraterrestrial and that the giant man was her former lover Xanth, and that when her ship was activated, it called out to Xanth and opened the portal. At this point, Tania falls ill and the woman heals her, though McCord is ready to put a bullet in her.
Peggy intervenes and stops McCord from killing Shareen, telling him she’s a healer searching for refuge. Peggy tells her that the Ebon Seeker is no longer Xanth and that she shouldn’t go with him. When Shareen tells the group that the Ebon Seeker is trapped in an endless cycle of memory only assuaged by her, Peggy suggests giving him Shareen’s ship. Shareen explains they’d only need the ship’s beacon, which Howard throws down to Peggy.
While Anton and Shareen ready the beacon, Peggy helps McCord shoot at the Russian forces that have invaded the bunker, though she is shot in the shoulder. When the Russians cease hostilities, Peggy tries to help Shareen and Vanko escape, though they willingly go with the Russians. Before they do, Shareen reveals that she placed her heart inside the beacon for the Ebon Seeker, and both her and Peggy jest that neither one has a heart now.
Peggy, McCord and Howard are all alerted that they will be escorted back to Moscow via convoy and awarded a medal for service to the state, as well as given first class tickets back to the United States, and hot meals and slippers. Peggy then arrives home with her arm in a sling and she expresses a hope that she’s made changes while away.
In 1953, Peggy briefly relapsed and William Burnside surfaced as the Captain America of the 1950’s, pretending to be Steve Rogers. Having seen the news, Peggy’s brother Harrison and his wife Amanda agreed to not let Peggy know about him as even a happy shock could destroy her mind forever. They also agreed not to alert Cap to her existence, though this became a moot point when Burnside disappeared shortly after.
Recruited by S.H.I.E.L.D.
Having recovered once more prior to 1966, Peggy is invited aboard a S.H.I.E.L.D. airship by Dum Dum Dugan under the pretense of vetting a potential recruit; Lady Sif of Asgard, due to Peggy’s previous encounters with Asgardians. After Sif offers to showcase any skill of Peggy’s choosing, Peggy chooses eating and brings them to the canteen.
When Sif sits down at their table with a mountainous sandwich she suspects will be unappetizing, Peggy mentions she’s immortal and shouldn’t worry. Sif mentions Asgardians are not immortal, just long-lived, and also mentions she cannot swim very well. Once Peggy starts wondering why Sif would consider joining S.H.I.E.L.D., an alarm begins ringing throughout the ship and the speakers claim the ship is under attack.
When the two leave the canteen, they are hit by a fireball due to gas, and Sif crashes through the floor to the cargo hold. Peggy asks Sif to use her sword to cut a path for them through to the docking bay, and an intruder alert begins ringing through the ship. As Peggy again notices something is off, the ship explodes and the docking bay bursts open. Sif loses her sword and is knocked unconscious by falling debris, that also slashes Peggy’s cheek open.
Peggy grabs a cable and dives after a falling Sif, connecting the cable to Sif’s belt, though it snaps and the two fall into the water. Peggy desperately tries to get the much denser Asgardian to the surface while reflecting on her personal losses, but ultimately Sif’s clothes rip and she disappears under the waves as Peggy surfaces and is saved by S.H.I.E.L.D.
Recovering at a remote S.H.I.E.L.D. facility in Greenland, Peggy is approached by Nick Fury and is told her face will heal without a scratch. As Peggy desperately asks about Dugan and Sif, Fury tells her they’re both fine, which infuriates her. Fury reveals the air ship was in the process of being decommissioned and that Sif was never the potential recruit; Peggy was. Sif was asked to monitor Peggy as she already knew every notable S.H.I.E.L.D. agent and they needed someone Peggy wouldn’t be able to see through.
Peggy is furious at this and states that trust is forged through the bonds of battle, not setups and variables. Fury then retorts that there are questions about her background, such as her time with the French Resistance and her 1951 trip to Russia. Peggy states she will never work for S.H.I.E.L.D. and tells Fury he will be so busy grilling his allies, that he will let his enemies walk right through his front door. Fury replies that she’s just rattled, to which she responds that she very much was because the cable should’ve held Sif, unless she misjudged Sif’s weight or her own strength.
Taking a hat that Dugan bought for her, she confronts Sif in the hall, demanding to know if she snapped the cable. Sif cheekily denies it, but does admit that Peggy is strong enough, though she failed because Asgardians are particularly heavy. When Peggy asks her why she would be a part of such a ruse, Sif admits that she did it to meet Peggy. Sif invites her to drink, and Peggy grabs a red trench coat, walking away from Fury. The two then steal his flying car. 
At some point after this, Peggy joins various intelligence agencies, gaining a reputation as a legendary agent. Peggy also became a medical doctor of unknown specialty, a skillset that would come in handy later on during her tenure at S.H.I.E.L.D., which she joined despite her previous protests. During this period of her life, her brother Harrison had a young daughter named Sharon, whom Peggy became incredibly close with. Frequently spending time with Sharon, Peggy would always watch old newsreels of World War II featuring Captain America and cry, confusing the young girl.
Peggy eventually became Sharon’s idol, constantly telling her censored stories of her wartime exploits, and she became closer with the girl than Harrison and Amanda, which greatly upset Harrison. Shortly after graduating high school, Sharon decided to follow in Peggy’s footsteps and enlist in S.H.I.E.L.D., and even taking up Peggy’s former codename of “Agent 13”, with Peggy promising Harrison and Amanda to watch over her.
Eventually, Peggy’s mental health deteriorated once more. This time her delusions were so severe, she believed Harrison and Amanda were her parents, and Sharon her younger sister. Harrison and Amanda enrolled her as a patient at the Lost Souls Asylum in Connecticut, where she remained in a catatonic state.
During her stay at Lost Souls, Peggy was treated by Dr. Faustus, an enemy of the recently revived Steve Rogers. However, she was locked in a tower and interrogated for any possible information she may have on Captain America.
When Sharon, now also in a relationship with Cap, leaves him out of guilt of betraying Peggy, she crashes outside Lost Souls and is taken captive by Faustus, along with her parents. Cap follows after her with his current partner, Falcon. Sharon, Cap and Falcon are reunited after they are drugged and placed inside a replica of World War II-era Paris, complete with Faustus’ minions dressed as Nazis and Sharon wearing Peggy’s uniform from that time. This is all revealed to be a plot by Faustus to both cure Peggy’s amnesia as well as murder Cap.
Peggy awakens from her mental haze with a piercing scream, freezing all the combatants in place and allowing Cap to defeat Faustus’ goons. Releasing Harrison and Amanda, Sharon reveals to Cap who exactly is being held captive by Faustus; Peggy Carter, Cap’s wartime lover and Sharon’s relative. Determined to save Peggy, Cap climbs the tower and they happily reunite.
During this, Faustus and his assistant Dr. Wolfgang directly attempt to kill Cap, though Wolfgang underestimates Peggy and is swiftly killed by her. Peggy also ultimately helps Cap defeat Faustus as well.
Slowly recovering from her amnesia, Peggy returns to the Carter estate in Richmond, Virginia. Here she reunites with the Carters’ butler, Smithers and settles in with her parents, Sharon, Cap and Falcon. Cap and Peggy go for a walk along the grounds and discuss adjusting to the world they’ve woken up in before Peggy pauses upon seeing her reflection in a pond, truly realizing how much time has passed and how much she has aged.
After being attacked by the Serpent Squad and left with badly burned hands, Cap has his hands bandaged and salved by Peggy, who is still under the impression that they are a couple, unaware of the romance between him and Sharon. The two search the grounds, meeting the Carters’ neighbor Dave Cox and heading to his home.
While there, Dave and Peggy get into a heated argument about the merits of pacifism during an ambush by the Serpent Squad. Dave, having lost his arm while deployed, argues that he will never touch another gun. Peggy calls him a coward and demands to use the gun herself, though there’s no bullets available. When Dave is captured momentarily by the Serpent Squad, he is tortured by them for information on Cap, though he doesn’t break. Having risked his life to protect Cap and herself, Peggy realizes that beliefs change with the times and that she has a lot to learn about the modern day.
After judging herself as being fully recovered, Peggy leaves Virginia for New York City, fully dedicated to pursuing Cap romantically. Harrison and Amanda alert Sharon, and Peggy tracks down Falcon, having seen mail addressed to him arrive at the Carter estate. Falcon asks his girlfriend, Leila, to stay with Peggy. Leila accepts, and brings Peggy to her apartment, where the two end up having conversations about civil rights. Later on, Cap tracks Peggy down at the apartment thanks to Falcon’s assistance. Peggy proclaims that she wants to be Cap’s partner, and fight alongside him like they did during World War II, but he refuses and Peggy leaves to stay with Sharon. She also rejoins S.H.I.E.L.D., albeit off-panel.
When S.H.I.E.L.D. agent Gabe Jones requests back-up in his infiltration of the Secret Empire, Director Nick Fury sent in Peggy, as the danger level was minimal. When the X-Men known as Marvel Girl and Cyclops are captured alongside Cap and Falcon while attempting to rescue an assortment of X-Men and Brotherhood of Evil Mutants members captured by the Empire, Peggy and Gabe unmasks themselves and help the heroes defeat the members of the Secret Empire, though their leader commits suicide after his defeat, being revealed to have been a high ranking member of the government.
After Cap’s disillusionment with the United States and his role as Captain America, Peggy and Sharon go to the Avengers Mansion, where Peggy meets Edwin Jarvis for the first time. Discovering Cap’s intent to retire, Peggy gives an impassioned speech about how Captain America is a symbol of freedom and hope and is far bigger than any individual, and reminds him of how he fought William Burnside, after being told as much by Sharon, tooth and nail to keep his identity as Captain America. Cap responds that while America once stood united, it is now incredibly divided, with many versions of America and that he no longer knows which version he represents. Ultimately he tells those gathered, including Peggy, of his decision to retire as Captain America.
Worried about Cap, Peggy enlists Gabe to help her look for him. When she approaches Sharon to ask her for help as well, she’s introduced to Sharon’s boyfriend Steve Rogers, secretly Captain America’s civilian identity. Likely due to her condition, Peggy does not remember Rogers from their brief fling during the war. Moreover, as she’s beside herself with worry, she barely pays attention to Steve.
Walking home one night from S.H.I.E.L.D., Peggy is approached by Steve, half-hidden by shadows. He tells her to not wait for her and that what they had was beautiful, but it couldn’t exist any more. Peggy then runs away in tears.
Red Skull and Snap Wilson
When Roscoe Simons took up the role of Captain America, he ran into Falcon, Peggy and Gabe. Peggy was momentarily stunned, screaming when she saw him, though Gabe assured her he was not the Captain America she knew. While flying through the city with Roscoe, Falcon spots Gabe and Peggy under a streetlight, growing ever closer.
Peggy and Gabe are asked to look into Falcon’s disappearance after he is captured by the Red Skull, and run into Nomad, secretly the original Captain America, who is also searching for Falcon. While Gabe is immediately dismissive of Nomad, Peggy tells him that if he joined S.H.I.E.L.D. they would be able to provide him with information, though he refuses.
When Peggy and Gabe, under orders from S.H.I.E.L.D., go to the home of G. Lawton Sargent to protect him from the Red Skull, they are met by Falcon and Steve Rogers, once again operating as Captain America. Peggy awkwardly greets Cap and Gabe leaves to give them privacy. Cap apologizes for the way in which he broke up with Peggy, though Peggy insists that he was right and that she’s begun to move on. Cap deduces that Peggy is interested in Gabe and urges her to pursue him.
When Sargent goes to his room for the night, Falcon and Gabe go up with him, and Peggy and Cap decide to roam the grounds. While Peggy is thinking about how young Cap looks and how young she feels despite her advanced age, she is ambushed by the Red Skull. Managing to free herself, Peggy is struck in the face. The group locks themselves in a room with Sargent, but he is ultimately still murdered.
Sporting a shiny black eye, Peggy joins Gabe, Cap and Falcon at the home of Oscar Brenner, as they believe him to be the next victim of the Red Skull. When Brenner dismisses the danger against him, Cap blows up at him, concerning Gabe, though Peggy argues that Roscoe’s death at the Skull’s hands must’ve impacted Cap heavily. When Gabe asks Peggy if she still loves Cap, Peggy answers that she no longer does. Before she can ask why he wants to know, the Skull’s men invade Brenner’s home. As Cap and Falcon take out some of the Skull’s men, the others reveal their true mission; capturing Gabe and Peggy. Accomplishing this, they leave the residence on jetpacks.
Being held captive by the Skull, he demands that Peggy defends her conduct with Gabe, which she refuses. Seven hours later, Peggy and Gabe have undergone some of the most excruciating torture the Red Skull could imagine and he says he could continue for seven days more, but Peggy proudly states that they’d still be alive, and she spits on him. In that moment, Cap and Falcon arrive to save Peggy and Gabe, having found their location thanks to Hugh Jones, and they engage the Skull’s men. Peggy and Gabe look on in horror as Falcon turns on Cap and the Skull claims Falcon is his creation.
Peggy and Gabe are shocked when the Skull begins controlling Falcon, making him act like a chicken. After hearing the origins of Sam “Snap” Wilson, Peggy and Gabe begin setting themselves free while the Skull and his men are preoccupied watching Cap try to subdue Falcon. Setting himself loose, Gabe then sets Peggy free and the two run away, finding a secluded spot from which to call S.H.I.E.L.D. for help. Receiving an answer, Peggy and Gabe joyfully embrace, though they quickly separate in order to prepare for their back-up. Peggy and Gabe rescue Cap while an unknown assault team attacks Skull’s men, and the three come across Skull’s men, most of whom have been gassed by Skull himself. Finally confronting the Skull, he manages to slip through Cap’s grasp, and Peggy alerts Cap that Falcon is now in a coma.
Checking Falcon’s pulse, Peggy witnesses Cap being abducted by Druid, noting that Druid’s ship moved impossibly fast. Taking Falcon to a top secret S.H.I.E.L.D. facility, Peggy and Gabe are greeted by Leila Taylor, who had been dragged there by other agents under the pretense of caring for Wilson, though she isn’t allowed to see him whenever she tries to approach him. Peggy demands an explanation on behalf of her friend, and the other two agents respond that she’s there to comfort Wilson once he wakes up, as he’s still unconscious.
The three are then stunned when Sam breaks out in a fit of yelling and Peggy and Gabe see the agents pulling out tranquilizers, though Sam has passed out yet again once they look in on him. A horrified Peggy and Gabe look on as Leila is forcefully dragged away by the agents for interrogation.
Later on, Peggy and Gabe are summoned by Jeff Cochren to the S.H.I.E.L.D. Heli-carrier and are informed they’re being reassigned to Los Angeles in order to investigate the Skull’s claims about Falcon’s personal history. Gabe and Peggy protest, saying they’d be more help to Falcon by his side and complain about Leila’s treatment and the lack of developments on finding Cap, though Cochren assures them they will be rescuing Cap shortly.
Peggy and Gabe meet Cap and Falcon in Cochren’s office, having returned from their investigation in Los Angeles and confirming the Skull’s claims as truth. Cochren treats the heroes with hostility, which Peggy protests, but she is told to silence herself. She claims Falcon and Cap are being treated like animals and that Fury would’ve gone about the situation differently.
Peggy and Sharon are sent to infiltrate the National Force on behalf of S.H.I.E.L.D. However, during a rally by the National Force in Central Park, Sharon is then assigned to act as S.H.I.E.L.D. liaison to the police, alongside Agent Janacek. During the rally, the entire crowd goes from protesting the National Force to engaging in violent agreement, including Sharon. Their leader, the Grand Director fled with everyone, including Sharon. This prompts Peggy to seek Falcon or Cap out for help in finding Sharon. Cap tells Peggy to sit this mission out and that he’ll find Sharon by himself. As Peggy gets in her car, she is attacked by a pair of National Force goons and her car is blown up.
Managing to escape her car before it was blown up, the force of the blast threw her and left her unconscious on the ground, where Cap comes rushing to her aid. Peggy is then taken into an ambulance and delivered to Mt. Sinai Hospital.
Having found Sharon and witnessing her apparent death, Cap realizes that if the National Force tried killing Peggy once they might try once again, Cap rushes to Mt. Sinai, only to find out Peggy had been discharged an hour prior into the care of a doctor claiming to be Steven Rogers. In reality, this was William Burnside working at the behest of Dr. Faustus in another attempt to kill Cap.
Tracking Peggy down to Faustus’ building, Cap is gassed and knocked out. He is brainwashed into helping further the National Force’s cause until he is rescued by Daredevil. The two then track down Faustus and Burnside to Lakehurst, New Jersey where they hold Peggy, now in a National Force uniform, at gunpoint as insurance to keep Cap away. Taking off in a blimp, Burnside expresses asks if they should dispose of Peggy, to which Faustus answers she may yet have a use for them.
Now fully conscious, Peggy tells Dr. Faustus his schemes will never work, though Faustus fires back that his mind-gas will be distributed throughout the city, bringing New York under his control. Furthermore, Faustus then tells Peggy that Captain America and Steve Rogers are one and the same, and she is also told he’s dead. Faustus also brags to Peggy about how his mind-gas is what caused the Central Park rally to go out of control, bringing Sharon under his command.
As Peggy once again tells him he won’t succeed, Faustus is interrupted by Cap, and the three look on in horror as Burnside decides to immolate himself. Faustus seizes the opportunity and grabs Peggy, threatening to break her spine if Cap comes closer, though Peggy stomps on his foot and gets away. Cap and Peggy defeat all of Faustus’ goons, and land in the New York harbor once the blimp crashes. Peggy and Cap are then rescued by Daredevil and brought aboard a Quinjet.
Shortly after this, Steve is shown video footage of what appeared to be Sharon immolating herself while under the National Force’s influence. He shared this footage with Peggy, along with a coroner’s report that identified Sharon’s remains, though it later turned out to be false and Sharon had been working deep undercover. Peggy and Steve both attended Sharon’s memorial service.
When the villainous Mindstorm infects three people, including Spider-Man, with mind-altering poisons, Peggy is shown giving a prognosis to Nick Fury on the second victim, informing him that the first had died hours prior. Peggy was with Fury when a scientist broke down the situation concerning Mindstorm’s gun, and witnessed Fury shoot down the second victim with a tranquilizer gun. Working on the antidote for Spider-Man, Peggy estimated it would take her 20-30 minutes to complete, though ultimately she completed it faster, saving Spider-Man’s life.
During this time, both Harrison and Amanda passed away, believing Sharon to have been killed in action and seemingly leaving Peggy with no living family. Also during, or prior to, this time, Peggy and Gabe have seemingly parted ways amicably.
Joining the Avengers
Having moved to Roanoke, Virginia, Peggy heads north to speak with Steve in Manhattan. Meeting in a coffee shop, Peggy remarks they haven’t seen each other since Sharon’s memorial and Steve begins asking her about the dissolution of S.H.I.E.L.D. Peggy responds that only Nick, Dum-Dum and Gabe would know and that she was just given a pink slip and a severance check. Spotting Nick Fury’s car, the two race down the street and follow him to a closed down S.H.I.E.L.D. facility, where Steve changes into his costume and they run into Gabe, Fury and Dum-Dum.
After a happy reunion, the group decides to split up, with Gabe, Dum-Dum and Peggy wiping the facility’s computers, and Cap and Fury raiding the armory, though Peggy asks that they bring some of the fun stuff up for her. However, a power shortage rocks through the facility, knocking out Peggy, Dum-Dum and Gabe. When Cap and Fury return to the mainframe from the armory, Fury blows up the armory and Cap carries Peggy out. While at the hospital, Cap tells Peggy that the doctors have said she’ll recover in a day’s time, and he offers her a job as the head of the Avengers’ Communications Facilities, which she says she might just take him up on.
Having accepted Cap’s offer, Peggy does become the Avengers’ Communications Officer. Her activities during this period were mostly limited to transferring calls to Cap from various figures such as Bernie Rosenthal and Crossbones, among others, though she did urge Cap to evaluate all current and former Avengers in order to update their records. She also received news about a breakout at the Vault, and requested Quasar’s assistance in capturing Klaw, who was one of the escapees.
Acts of Vengeance
Peggy informs the rest of the Avengers Support Staff about multiple reports of villains attacking heroes they normally wouldn’t, when Quasar arrives to Avengers Island. Peggy explains to him that she’s tried to reach many of the Avengers to no avail, although she’s hesitant to believe it’s an intentional plot against the heroes, which Loki —whom was spying on the facility— admits to himself that it is, though the scope is far outside of her mortal understanding. Peggy also mentions how the Avengers Support Staff has grown exponentially in order to take much of the burden off of Jarvis.
Peggy was also present when hordes of androids swarmed Avengers Island and began tearing it apart, though she prepared to defend her home alongside M’Daka, Michael O’Brien and Quasar. Making a tactical retreat, Peggy rushes back into Avengers Mansion while the others keep the robots at bay in order to attempt to rouse the Avengers once more.
Once the robots fled the rapidly sinking island, O’Brien went back into the Mansion for Peggy, lying to her that the Avengers had arrived. They barely escaped before the fuel dump exploded, pushing them underwater. Thankfully, they were rescued by Quasar and placed in a Quinjet piloted by Jarvis.
Six hours later Peggy, Jarvis and the rest of the Avengers Support Staff meet Cap by the docks and inform him about the sinking of Avengers Island. Peggy is then seen on a payphone, writing down notes. When Cap and the Support Staff move their operations to the sub-basement of the old mansion beneath Avengers Park, Peggy informs Cap about a Namor sighting near Avengers Island’s former location. Later on, Cap tells Peggy to expect a call from Eric Masterson about designing the new Avengers Park Mansion, to which she tells him Magneto had been spotted by the Capitol Building.
Streets of Poison
Going back to business as usual while construction is underway, Peggy informed Cap about strange reports concerning the Red Skull’s former hideout. When Cap comes home from clothes shopping for a date, Peggy was ecstatic, as he never takes time off.
After Cap is caught in an explosion, John Jameson reaches out to Peggy for assistance. Peggy in turn reached out to Diamondback and Black Widow to send them in for back up. When Cap returned to base, Peggy informed him that Fabian had been accepted in rehab.
However, unbeknownst to anyone, Cap had accidentally ingested the street drug Ice, which led to him becoming progressively more volatile. So after he, Diamondback and Jameson return from a confrontation with Bullseye, Peggy attempts to give Cap an update on Fabian’s positive response to his treatment, only to be roughly cut off and ordered to call off the Black Widow from helping him on his mission, which leaves Peggy stunned.
After the Ice is flushed from his system, and the Super-Soldier Serum with it, Cap tries to escape from Avengers Mansion in the middle of the night. Peggy comes across him and tries to get him to stay, though he pleads with her to let him go, which she does.
Sometime after this, a major explosion rocked through the South Bronx, and Peggy focused the Avengers’ communications satellites on the area with the help of Sersi and She-Hulk. After the three discovered that the explosion wiped out an entire city block, a relieved Peggy revealed that the buildings had long since been evacuated and there were no casualties. Unable to identify the craft that caused the explosion, Cap requests that Peggy call in Thor, who unknown to the team was already on the scene.
On another occasion, Peggy alerted Cap and Quasar about a superhuman incident at the city courthouse, and later on was asked by Diamondback to draw up a Visitor’s Pass for her, as she would be dropping by to spend the day with Cap. During this time period, Peggy is shown staying fit and active, training with the much younger Jameson, O’Brien and Cap.
At one point, Peggy calls Cap while he’s at dinner with Jameson, to inform him that Diamondback requires his presence in front of the library. Around this time, Mother Night approached Peggy and entranced her, planting a micro-transmitter in her inner ear, in order to trigger a traumatic hallucination when the need arose.
A week later, Peggy transfers a call from the President to the Avengers, and mentions she’s tried to reach out to Namor to no avail. While eating breakfast with O’Brien, Jameson, a newly returned Stankiewicz and Jarvis, Peggy reveals her excitement for the new and improved Avengers communications room that is nearing completion. After being teased for running communications out of the Avengers’ gym, she admits that though she’s managed, it’s been nerve-wracking for her.
After the young men leave to meet with the construction crew, Peggy offers to help Jarvis with the dishes and asks him if he’s resentful of all the extra help that Cap has gotten for him. Jarvis assures her that he enjoys their company, and Peggy leaves to continue working.
Sitting down at the control panel of the Communications Center for the first time, Peggy is awestruck by the sophistication of the technology. Trying to reach Cap, she instead activates archived footage of Sharon’s death, though the image of Sharon begins speaking with her, taunting her and playing on her guilt about Sharon’s death. The image then tells Peggy she can join her in death and holds out her hand, which Peggy accepts, though she is simply rendered unconscious.
Waking up from unconsciousness, an entranced Peggy is summoned alongside the rest of the Avengers Support Staff outside to meet with Scarbo. The five are brought into a blood collection van and are given subconscious hypnotic suggestions, though they are under the impression that they have just donated blood.
Peggy, along with the others, unknowingly planted cameras all throughout the renovated Avengers Mansion due to the hypnotic suggestions. When Sersi decides to throw a party, she invites her fellow Avengers, as well as the entire Support Staff. When Jameson gives her the invite, Peggy agrees to consider it only if she can get a date.
Peggy does manage to find a date in time, arriving to the party with her old flame Gabe Jones. However, Mother Night entrances Peggy and the other members of the Support Staff to meet her in the kitchen. They are led to believe that their individual hallucinations have invaded the party and are threatening the Avengers’ lives, and are sent back into the party while wielding weapons. Peggy specifically went after Gabe, believing him to be someone impersonating Sharon. After Peggy and the others are subdued, Vision exposes Mother Night and her co-conspirators, Minister Blood and Machinesmith, and Sersi threatens to turn them into furniture in order to remove the hypnotic suggestions from Peggy and the others’ minds.
While the Avengers deliberated for two days on who would join the new team roster, Peggy was required to wait in the building alongside the rest of the Avengers Support Staff. In a moment of downtime, she and O’Brien joked about Jarvis possibly being Vision.
Peggy called for new recruits Rage and Sandman to come into headquarters for processing into the Avengers database. Peggy escorts Rage into a chamber designed to legally deem Avengers who wish to keep their secret identity hidden. Once he has been approved, Peggy gives both of them Avengers Identicards and explain their benefits. Along with the Support Staff and the Reserve Avengers, Peggy rushes to the roof to welcome back the main roster.
Peggy gave Cap status reports while the Avengers battled alongside the Tetrarchs against Ngh. She suggested calling in the Reserve Avengers and was also present when Dr. Strange called in to mention that the Tetrarchs were not Elemental Forces as they claimed. She was also present when the Tetrarchs revealed their intentions to double cross the Avengers.
Returning to Normalcy
Peggy celebrated Cap’s 50th anniversary as a costumed hero, alongside the rest of the Avengers and the Support Staff.
Trapped in a freak snowstorm while shopping, Peggy is shielded from a falling sign by Jarvis, though the two are saved by Spider-Man. They are then taken to the Avengers Mansion by Iceman in order to help the Avengers coordinate relief efforts.
Peggy is at the Avengers Mansion with Jarvis and Fabian when Namor brings in an injured Lord Vashti for immediate medical attention. Peggy expresses concern over Namor’s visible dismay, but Jarvis explains that Namor’s always been a mystery, though the Avenger Stingray might be able to speak to him.
While holding a party for the Avengers, Fantastic Four, Stan Lee and additional heroes and allies, Peggy and the rest of the Support Staff verified everyone’s identities when Dr. Doom crashed the party. Jarvis comes across him and informs both Peggy and Cap of his presence.
Peggy then made an update to all security personnel, letting them know the situation was being investigated. Peggy also relayed the footage of Vision and Sandman’s encounter with Doom, and monitored the situation with the rest of the Support Staff while marveling at the durability of the new Mansion.
Searching for Doom’s entry point, the Support Staff finds an exhaust vent nine inches wide. Peggy is horrified at the possibility that Doom could squeeze in there. Watching security feeds of Sandman, Vision and Cap facing off against two Dooms, and She-Hulk approaching Iron Man for identification, Peggy and the Support Staff watch as the entire security system begins to break down. Peggy points out that the voice coming from Iron Man isn’t his, and the imposter reveals himself as Doom.
While examining the vent Peggy had previously found, Vision contacts her and informs her that the pieces of the Doombots could’ve been lowered through the vent and assembled themselves within the Mansion. At Vision’s request, Peggy cues up the schematics of the vent for all of the partygoers to see while Vision explains this.
The Collection Obsession
Cap reaches out to Peggy to warn her about a missile being prepped by the villain Superia, though Superia cuts off the call. Eventually getting back in contact with Cap, Peggy informs him Quasar took the missile to Uranus.
After Rage goes on TV to talk about police brutality, Peggy and O’Brien discuss the optics and politics of the situation. Later on, Peggy runs one of the men Rage confronted on the newscast through the Avengers’ databases only to find he was a member of the Sons of the Serpent, and decides to contact Cap.
Peggy puts a call through to Cap from Bernie Rosenthal, and he later leaves a message for her to contact Thor. During this, Peggy notices a break-in at the Serpent Society HQ and requests Sersi’s assistance. When Sersi confronts the intruders, Peggy asks her to find out who they are and why they’re there.
Cap finds Peggy working in the Communications Room at 5:00AM, figuring out she’s worked an 18 hour day which she admits she does frequently, as she comes to work on nights when she can’t sleep. When Cap tells her he can cover her when she needs rest, Peggy expresses concern at Rachel never returning from her computer class. After kissing Peggy good night, her and Cap are interrupted by an incoming video call from Rick Jones, whom Peggy patches in. Afterwards, Peggy notifies John Walker and tells him to take Cap to Rick. Peggy receives a call from Starfox that there has been a disturbance at Mar-Vell’s tomb. Peggy reached out to Quasar and asked him to investigate.
Peggy greeted Rage and his friends the New Warriors when they arrived to Avengers Mansion. Rage claimed they were there to use the training facilities, and Peggy let them through with the condition that they didn’t go overboard with the machinery.
Operation Galactic Storm
Upon Cap’s arrival from space after the Galactic Storm, Peggy happily embraces him and informs him of D-Man’s rescue. She then regretfully tells him that Diamondback has been missing for three weeks. Later on, Peggy answers a call from Rachel and briefly considers passing along the information to Cap, though Black Widow volunteers to investigate and urges Peggy to wait before reporting to Cap, which she accepts.
After Natasha’s investigation, Peggy informs Cap there’s been no news of Rachel since her phone call. After he asks about John Jameson, Peggy tells him there’s no news on that front either, though she does show Cap news reports of a string of werewolf sightings in the past three weeks, culminating in the mauling of a man.
Peggy then pulls up files connected to Jameson and informs Cap that Dr. Curt Connors was vital in helping Jameson be separated from the Moongem that turns him into Man-Wolf. Peggy calls Connors to inform him that Cap is on his way to speak with him.
Peggy alerts Cap of the destruction of his statue at Avengers Mansion. Cap then calls Peggy and asks her to send in Moonhunter as back-up. Overnight, Peggy calls Cap to let him know there’s been developments on Diamondback.
Peggy calls Cap to let him know that Diamondback and Moonhunter are being held in New Orleans against their will after Moonhunter contacts her.
Cap asks Peggy for a status on Vision, whom Cap sent on a mission, though Peggy hasn’t heard from him. When she tells him he received a call from a Ms. Malper in the Justice Department in order to have him look into something, Cap says he’ll talk to her but needed Peggy to patch him in with Fabian first.
While Cap is in his guest quarters at Avengers Mansion, Peggy appears to him via hologram to alert him of Batroc’s presence and subsequent capture. Later on, Cap requests that Peggy deactivate the restraints on Batroc.
When a meteor materializes out of thin air, Peggy alerts Black Widow and Vision to its threat and existence.
Upon the apparent deaths of most of the Avengers at the hands of Onslaught, Black Widow officially disbanded the team. Being relayed the news by Jarvis, Peggy, Michael and Fabian express their sorrow. When Fabian storms off, Peggy convinces Jarvis to let him cool off. Peggy asks Jarvis how he is dealing with all of this, to which Jarvis says he doesn’t know.
The grief and mental strain of the loss of the Avengers and the disbandment of the Avengers Support Staff proved too much for Peggy, and her mental health deteriorated once more, this time permanently. She would later be admitted into the Larkmoore Clinic, presumably by Sharon.
Peggy is visited one day by Sharon, who is told by the staff that she’s been having a lucid day, sharing war stories and telling everyone about her romance with Captain America. However, Peggy struggles to recognize Sharon, upsetting the young woman. Though Peggy does quickly remember Sharon, she mentions being visited by Steve Rogers (actually a resurfaced William Burnside) which makes Sharon think Peggy’s condition is worsening, as Steve Rogers is currently deceased.
Long after Sharon departs, Burnside does in fact visit Peggy, who tells him he should meet her niece Sharon. Peggy explains to him how Sharon was always enraptured by her stories about the war, though she kept out most of the gruesome parts in order to preserve Sharon’s childlike innocence. Burnside then asks her to relay all of her stories to him as she remembers them.
Death and Legacy
Eventually, Peggy passed away due to her advanced age. She was buried in Paris, France and her funeral was attended by her longtime companions Dum-Dum Dugan and Nick Fury Sr., her niece Sharon, and a revived Steve Rogers. Unknown to all of them, a recently returned Codename: Bravo was also in attendance, and used Peggy’s funeral as a catalyst to enact vengeance against Rogers for stealing her from him, attacking everyone after the ceremony and also toying with Sharon.
Through unrevealed means, Peggy was revived and rejuvenated with her mental capabilities restored. In this state, she took leadership of the Daughters of Liberty and the codename of The Dryad, working alongside Sharon.
Meeting later on with the Daughters to discuss their plans to break Steve out of prison, Peggy requests status updates from each of the Daughters. She gives all of the Daughters individual missions based on their status updates, and decides to go after the true murderer, The Foreigner, herself.
Peggy spends the next five weeks systematically taking out many of The Foreigner’s safe houses throughout New York City, before directly engaging him head-on. The two trade blows but their battle ends abruptly when Crossbones and Sin shoot a missile at the combatants, which horrifies a supervising Sharon. The Foreigner seemingly perishes, though Peggy survives.
At some point Bucky, now known as the Winter Soldier, is told about Peggy’s role as the Dryad against her wishes, though the decision wasn’t up to her. She works with Bucky to feed Nick Fury, Jr. false information on Steve’s whereabouts, while ex-S.H.I.E.L.D. psi-agents scour Baron von Strucker’s mind for intel on Steve’s framing. Bucky asks her if Steve shouldn’t be aware that she’s still alive, but Peggy replies that Steve knowing is up to her, and until further notice, he doesn’t need to know. Later on, Sharon and Bucky meet with Peggy and Peggy compliments Sharon’s interrogation skills.
While reading the collected intel from von Strucker’s mind, Peggy receives a text from Sharon. Sharon asks her when they’re going to tell Steve about her revival, but before Peggy can respond, Fury and his forces begin storming Peggy’s location thanks to the intel she sent through Bucky.
Incapacitating Fury and his men, Peggy declares that to get to Captain America, they’ll have to go through her first, but that they won’t be getting past her. She then holds Fury at gunpoint and states she’s going to straighten him out.
|Power Grid |
- Marksman: She is an expert marksman.
- Combat Training: She is also highly qualified in close quarters combat and military tactics.
- Communications Training: During her long tenures with S.H.I.E.L.D. and other intelligence agencies, Peggy became a highly trained communications officer, a training that would serve her well in her tenure with the Avengers.
- Toxicology: Having become a trained medical doctor, Peggy was also a skilled toxicologist, being able to study Mindstorm’s custom poison and crafting an antidote within an hour’s time.
- Mental Illness: While currently stable, due to a head injury in her youth caused by an artillery shell exploding nearby, Peggy Carter has had frequent periods of severe memory loss and even catatonic states throughout her life.
- Battle Armor: As Dryad, Peggy has a body armor that is shown to protect her from a missile strike and keeps her insulated while it is ablaze.
- Various high-powered firearms. 
- Peggy was originally introduced as Sharon Carter’s older sister, and the daughter of Harrison and Amanda Carter. In 2007, this was retconned and Peggy was now Harrison’s sister, and Sharon was now Peggy’s niece.
- The original family dynamic was later carried over as having been a delusion of Peggy’s during her later life.
- Peggy was originally a member of the French Resistance and later became an agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. after recovering from her amnesia. Starting during the 1990’s, Peggy was retconned as having been a long-time member of S.H.I.E.L.D., as well as a veteran agent of several intelligence agencies, and having moved on from the French Resistance to the Allied Forces during World War 2.
- Peggy and Steve’s romance was originally a few weeks during 1944, ending when she was struck with amnesia during the Liberation of Paris. Starting in the 2010’s, comics such as Captain America and The First Thirteen and Operation S.I.N. #1 have retconned this into a relationship starting in 1943 or earlier, and ending in 1945 when Steve is frozen in ice, presumably to mirror their cinematic counterparts.
- It is presumed that Peggy’s amnesia happened shortly after this, as it is still referenced in modern comics concerning her.
- Originally, Peggy Carter was not Captain America’s girlfriend, but rather Steve Rogers’ girlfriend. In her first appearance, she was subsequently retconned into being Captain America’s girlfriend, and not knowing he was Steve Rogers until later in life.
- Sharon Carter has been repeatedly stated to look and sound identical to Peggy. While this was originally attributed to them being sisters, now that they are considered aunt and niece, the strong resemblance is both highly unlikely and highly suspicious.
- There are currently three published stories featuring Peggy Carter that are not officially available online.
- Peggy was mentioned to be “47 in 1975”, this would make her 16 in 1944, which is further backed up by her being stated to have joined the French Resistance as a “teenager” on multiple occasions. She has since been retconned as having been born in 1920, making her 24 in 1944, likely to avoid any problematic connotations concerning her sexual relationships with Captain America and Codename: Bravo during this time, who were both significantly older than 16.
- Other than Captain America, Peggy’s notable love interests have included Gabe Jones, Dum Dum Dugan, Edwin Jarvis and Codename: Bravo.
- Her romance with Gabe Jones is one of the earliest interracial romances in Marvel Comics and is even the focal point of a short storyline in which the Red Skull kidnaps and tortures them due to his bigotry.
- Peggy is shown to have pictures of Bucky and Cap in her home, as well as medals and an armed forces uniform similar to that of her cinematic counterpart.
- After the premiere of her cinematic counterpart’s tv show, Peggy has been seen on multiple occasions sporting the same Stetson Aviatrix hat her counterpart wears.
- Despite both being key characters in Captain America’s life during World War 2, Peggy and Bucky only have one confirmed meeting during this time, and don’t even exchange words on-panel until her time as the Dryad.
- At some point prior to or during her time as a S.H.I.E.L.D. agent, Peggy gained a doctorate, as Nick Fury refers to her as “Doc” multiple times in one issue.
- Peggy adored Paris, France so much, her last request was to be buried there.
- Johann Fennhoff seems to be the arch-nemesis of the Carter family, having specifically targeted both Peggy and Sharon on numerous occasions with brutal results.
- Fittingly enough, Fennhoff would later become the main villain of Peggy’s television show.
- Leila Taylor was notable during the 1970’s for being openly hostile to white people and even Black people who associated with them, such as her then-boyfriend, Sam Wilson. Peggy was seemingly an exception to this, as Leila readily accepted Peggy into her home and even had discussions about civil rights with her. Peggy also advocated for Leila when she was being unfairly incarcerated during the reveal of Sam Wilson’s criminal background.
- Peggy has previously met and adventured with Asgardians, though these exploits are undocumented.
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