Quote1.png You must have really looked up to Steve. But I realized something when I met him. The danger with people like him, America's Super Soldiers, is that we put them on pedestals. [...] They become symbols. Icons. Then we start to forget about their flaws. From there, cities fly, innocent people die. Quote2.png
Baron Helmut Zemo

Appearing in "Power Broker"

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Synopsis for "Power Broker"

Sam and Bucky go to a criminal safe haven to find information about the Super Soldier serum.

Cast

CharacterActor
Sam Wilson / FalconAnthony Mackie
Bucky Barnes / Winter SoldierSebastian Stan
Baron ZemoDaniel Brühl
Sharon CarterEmily VanCamp
John WalkerWyatt Russell
LemarClé Bennett
AyoFlorence Kasumba
Karli MorgenthauErin Kellyman
Joaquín TorresDanny Ramirez
DovichDesmond Chiam
GigiDani Deetté
DeeDeeIndya Bussey
LennoxRenes Rivera
DiegoTyler Dean Flores
NicoNoah Mills
Sarah WilsonAdepero Oduye
Mama DonyaVeronica Falcón
RudyNeal Kodinsky
Base CommanderDavid Bowles
OeznikNicholas Pryor
The BartenderForrest Conoly
Brass Monkey GoonGiovanni Rodriguez
SelbyImelda Corcoran
DocentRobert Larriviere
Doctor Wilfred NagelOlli Haaskivi
The WardenMichael Maccaculeu
Sharon's BodyguardMeaghan Gillenwater

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Trivia

  • A new look at Bucky's list of names shows a "Claremont Windsor" crossed out, which could be a reference to both Madripoor co-creator Chris Claremont and artist Barry Windsor-Smith, who both worked on various X-Men comics.
  • Sam having to don the identity of a "fashion-forward Black man" that is also a criminal could be a nod to Sam Wilson's comic origin as a stylish street criminal who went by the name "Snap Wilson."
  • The Princess Bar is briefly seen as the trio walk around Madripoor. In the comics, the Princess Bar was the bar that Wolverine frequented (and owned, at one point) while in Madripoor.
  • While at the German prison, there's a sign behind John Walker with the numbers 322, which could be a reference to Captain America #322, a story involving Captain America fighting Flag-Smasher, which precedes comic issues that involve the introduction of John Walker as the "Super Patriot", Steve Rogers going up against the Power Broker and eventually giving up the mantle of Captain America, and John Walker being named as the successor.

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Footnotes

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 First and only known appearance to date besides flashbacks
  2. Perine, Aaron (08 April 2021). Falcon And Winter Soldier: Marvel Launches Madripoor Website. ComicBook.com. Retrieved on 09 April 2021.
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