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Captain America Vol 1 152

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Captain America Vol 1 152

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Quote1 Let's see you try your tricks with MISTER HYDE! Quote2
-- Mister Hyde

Appearing in "Terror in the Night!"Edit

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Synopsis for "Terror in the Night!"Edit

Sharon Carter is being held hostage by The Scorpion and Mister Hyde until Captain America and the Falcon defeat them.

  • The Harlem Crime boss Morgan debuts in this issue. He and his Harlem crime organization and their ongoing battles with the Falcon will be an on-going subplot through Captain America 179.
  • Morgan has taken over the crime territory of Stone-Face, who Captain America, the Falcon, and Spider-Man had defeated in Captain America 138.
  • This issue features a letters page, Let's Rap With Cap. Letters are published from Harry Brubaker and Robert A. Gillis. A portion of the letters page deals with the "goof" on the cover. The Falcon did not involve himself in Cap's showdown with Hyde and the Scorpion, but had not betrayed his partner, Captain America.
  • As seen on page one, this issue is Story #909Z.

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  • The Falcon fights alone! But alas - Mr.Hyde and the Scorpion don't!


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