Appearing in "Dark Dawn"Edit
- Captain America (cured of his Capwolf form)
Synopsis for "Dark Dawn"Edit
Dr. Nightshade uses the antidote on herself and John, but before she can administer it to Capwolf, an evil Captain America doppelganger teleports in and attacks. Stabbed with the syringe in the confusion. Capwolf begins reverting to human form during the fight. Dr. Druid senses the double isn't really alive, so the now human Captain America impales the double on its own bladed shield. Later, as Guardsmen cart away the villains, John tells Cap he has to quit due to feelings of inadequacy when surrounded by heroes. Moonhunter, now free from Druid's influence, offers Cap and Druid a ride home. Meanwhile, a Demolition Man doppelganger attacks Dennis, but only the double emerges from the fight.
Appearing in "Night of the Knife"Edit
- Skeleton Crew
- Spider-Man (Only in flashback)
- Nightcrawler (Only in flashback)
- Deathstroke (Only in flashback)
- Mangler (Only in flashback)
Synopsis for "Night of the Knife"Edit
Cutthroat tells his sister, Diamondback, about his activities over the last ten years and his intention to kill Crossbones. Later that night, Cutthroat tries to attack Crossbones in his sleep. Crossbones fights back and cuts Daniel's throat instead.
Appearing in "Joyride"Edit
- Black Widow
- Captain America
- Fabian Stankowicz
- Doctor Druid
- Zack Moonhunter
Synopsis for "Joyride"Edit
Falcon has a new flight suit. He sees a stranger recklessly flying an Avenger's Skycycle, and brings him down to interrogates him. The stranger says he is Captain America's new pilot, and Fabian verifies this at Avengers Mansion. Falcon joins other reserve Avengers members in a debriefing about the Infinity War and Citizen Kang affair.
- The first story takes place prior to Infinity War #1. Cap and Doctor Druid aren't familiar with Magus' doppelgangers yet, and Cap begins Infinity War back in his human form.
- The third story is explicitly stated as taking place after Infinity War and Citizen Kang.
- In this issue John Jameson resigns as Captain America's pilot. He will quickly be replaced by Zach Moonhunter.
- In this issue Captain America and the Falcon agree to become partners again. The Falcon also debuts in some new aerodynamic costume and wings.
- This issue contains a letters page, American Grafitti. Letters are published from: Rol Hirst, Troy Liechty, John Warren, Kevin W. Hall, Chris Chapman, and Robert Hemedes.
- No trivia.
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