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Captain America Vol 1 204


Captain America Vol 1 204

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Quote1 Wrap it up, Steve... Put aside your costume and shield and be a man instead of a monument - - please Steve! Quote2
-- Sharon Carter

Appearing in "The Unburied One"Edit

Featured Characters:

Supporting Characters:


  • Agron (First appearance)

Other Characters:




Synopsis for "The Unburied One"Edit

At a SHIELD psychiatric facility, Cap and Dr. Hartman try unsuccessfully to get Brother Wonderful and Brother Inquisitor to reveal how to restore Falcon and Leila's memory. Soon after, Hartman shows Cap a strange inmate: a walking corpse without pulse or heartbeat, calling himself Agron and claiming to be from the far distant future. Later, having grown larger and more powerful, Agron attacks his attendants and breaks out. Meanwhile, Sharon Carter uses the Falcon's condition to try to get Cap to quit his super-heroing and stalks off when he resists. At the psychiatric facility, Agron collapses after being repeatedly shot. Hartman has him taken to the mortuary but fears he is not dead but only resting. He contacts Cap, asking for help but Cap. still smarting from Sharon's comments, begs off. Just then, Agron revives, crackling with energy, and crashes through a wall. Desperate, Hartman frees the still amnesiac Falcon, telling him that Agron is threatening his Brothers and Sisters. Falcon attacks but, as Agron continues to transform before him, screams in horror.

  • This issue contains a letters page, Let's Rap With Cap. Letters are published from Mike Underwood, Mark Zutkoff, Larry Jordon, and Victor Brock & Ross Kahn. Letters are in response to Captain America's Bicentennial Battles.

  • No trivia.

See AlsoEdit

  • None.

  • The Grand Comics Database: Captain America #204 [1]


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