- All I'm sayin' is -- this ain't the first time we all thought Captain America was gone.
- -- Wolverine
Appearing in "Denial"Edit
- Winter Soldier (James Barnes)
- Daredevil (Matt Murdock)
- Doctor Strange (Stephen Strange) (Astral form only)
- Captain America (Steve Rogers) (Corpse)
- Nick Fury (Mentioned)
- X-Men (Mentioned)
- Emma Frost (Mentioned)
- Red Skull (Mentioned)
- New Avengers (Mentioned)
- Daredevil's Billy Club
- Extremis Armor
- Captain America's Shield (Mentioned)
- Eye of Agamotto (Astral form only)
- Cloak of Levitation (Astral form only)
Synopsis for "Denial"Edit
Wolverine confronts Winter Soldier about the probability of Captain America having not actually died from the gunshot wounds suffered at the court house, particularly since both Captain America and Winter Soldier, the former Bucky, have both been thought to be dead at one time yet survived. Unable to get Winter Soldier to agree on a trip to S.H.I.E.L.D Headquarters to see with their own eyes whether or not Cap is dead, Wolverine recruits the aid of Daredevil whose enhanced senses would enable him to sort out the truth from the deception. Using some enchantments created by Doctor Strange, the duo make their way into the main S.H.I.E.L.D Helicarrier and to the holding cell of Crossbones, the man who made the first shot on Captain America. After a brief interrogation, Wolverine attempts to intimidate Crossbones into attacking him and therefore granting him an excuse to seek revenge; however, Daredevil refuses to allow it, stating that everything Crossbones told them was the truth. As Daredevil departs, Wolverine makes his way to where S.H.I.E.L.D is keeping Captain America's body to determine once and for all the truth of the matter only to be confronted by Iron Man and Hank Pym. Wolverine looks inside the coffin and notices to his disgust that Cap's shield is missing, accusing Stark of planning to create a replacement. Although Pym attempts to detain him, Iron Man lets Wolverine go for the simple reason that he can tell the others that Steve Rogers, Captain America, is indeed dead. As he leaves, Wolverine warns Iron Man that if he learns that Stark had anything to do with Cap's death, he would kill him.
- Variant cover by Michael Turner.
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