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Quote1 That dame's trouble, Wizard! Quote2
-- Sandman

Appearing in "Let the Silence Shatter!"Edit

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Synopsis for "Let the Silence Shatter!"Edit

Searching for a way to restore her beloved Black Bolt's voice, the Wizard offers his technology to Medusa in return for her returning to her criminal ways in the Frightful Four. Medusa reluctantly agrees, and helps them steal a rare sample of Quadranium 99. However she later rebels when she finds out the Wizard has no intention of helping Black Bolt. She seals the rest of the Frightful Four in their space capsule headed into outer space. Medusa appears to fall to her doom, but is caught in mid-air by Black Bolt who had been monitoring Medusa's activities. The Quadranium 99 is also lost to space, though Medusa takes solace in the fact that at least the Wizard will be unable to use it for evil.

Appearing in "The Menace of Modred the Evil"Edit

This story is a reprint of the comic
Black Knight #1.

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  • Sir Gillis

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--For a full synopsis of this comic, please see the original publishing of this comic in Black Knight #1.--


Appearing in "The Dawn of the Sub-Mariner"Edit

This story is a reprint of the comic
Sub-Mariner Comics #35.

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Synopsis for "The Dawn of the Sub-Mariner"Edit

Recounts an early tale of the Sub-Mariner when he discovered he could spend a large amount of time out of the water due to his mutant abilites. Reprints Sub-Mariner #35

Appearing in "The Black Marvel"Edit

This story is a reprint of the comic
Mystic Comics #5.

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  • Blackfeet Indians
    • Man-To
    • Running Elk

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  • Thugs
    • Steve
    • Vannie

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  • Mickey
  • Nick
  • Juno

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  • Undisclosed


Synopsis for "The Black Marvel"Edit

Recounts an early adventure and origin of the Black Marvel. Reprints Black Marvel story from Mystic #5.

Appearing in "Captain America Turns Traitor"Edit

This story is a reprint of the comic
Young Men #26.

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  • Dr. Standish (Stanoff) (Soviet Spy)
  • Oranoff (Soviet Agent)

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Synopsis for "Captain America Turns Traitor"Edit

Cap appears to be brainswashed and under Soviet Control to capture a high ranking Soviet Agent. But it is a ruse. When the Soviets lead Cap to their leader, Oranoff, Cap and Bucky bust up the criminal network. Reprint Captain America Story from Young Men #26.

  • In Story II (Black Knight) Modred is married to Morgan Le Fey. In the modern Marvel Universe Morgan is Mordred's aunt.
  • The Black Knight story is the 'only' one that does not feature the Ebony Blade. The Black Knight is presented his Black Blade by Merlin in Story III of Black Knight #1.


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