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Appearing in "The Winter Soldier: Part 3"Edit
- Vasily Karpov
- Dalton Graines (Corpse)
- Jacques Dupuy (Corpse)
- Jeffesron Hart (Corpse)
- Harry Baxtor (Corpse)
- Stan Lee (Cameo)
- Jack Kirby (Cameo)
- Sub-Mariner (Cameo)
- Human Torch (Cameo)
Synopsis for "The Winter Soldier: Part 3"Edit
Told in Dossier style, the untold history of Bucky Barnes is revealed. Bucky survived his apparent death in the explosion of 1945, losing his left arm. He is rescued from the icy Atlantic Ocean by Soviet officer Vasily Karpov. Karpov replaces his arm with a bionic one and reprogams Bucky into a merciless hitman for the Soviets who assasinates several Allied targets. Bucky is often frozen in cyrogenic states between missions preserving his youth.
All of this information is presented to Steve Rogers by his good friend and Director of Shield, Nick Fury. To be continued!
- The brief one panel appearances in this issue of the Sub-Mariner, Human Torch, Stan Lee, and Jack Kirby are detailed in the letters page of Captain America Vol 5 #13.
- Cover contains "recycled"/previously published art in its black and white panorama. Some of the art was originally published in:
- Tales of Supsense 63, Pg. 1, Pg. 8, Jack Kirby
- Captain America Comics 3, Interior Art, Story One, Page 15. Joe Simon,Jack Kirby
- Captain America 105, Pg. 2 panorama, Jack Kirby.
- Captain America Comics 27, Cover, Alex Schomburg
- Captain America Vol 4 17, Interior Art, Lee Weeks
- Captain America Vol 5 15, Interior Art, Michael Lark
- There is more of this art work to be identified.
- Not all cover artists could be listed in credits box due to number of work represented. Editors are limited to listing five artists on a cover.
- This issue contains a Statement of Ownership, Management, and Circulation.
- This issue also contains a letters page, "Freedom of Speech". Letters are published from Ashley Cruse, Kevin Lewis, Robert Hustwick, and Steve Chung.
In this issue, a comic book of "The Submariner" is seen in the flophouse the Winter Soldier visits. This is isochronic with Fantastic Four #4 which re-introduced the Sub-Mariner back into the Marvel Universe.
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