- I want this Superia, H.A.M.M.E.R., all of it. I want to know what they were trying to do and I want it all burned to the ground in front of her. I want her in jail or dead for this and I want it all done by the time Bobbi is out of surgery.
- -- Hawkeye
Appearing in "Captain America: Nazi?!"Edit
- New Avengers
- Avengers (1950s) (Only in flashback)
- Red Skull's Captain America duplicate (Death)
- Red Skull impostor (Death)
- Red Skull's troops
- Superia (Deidre Wentworth)
- unnamed agent
- Rhode Island Hospital surgeons
- Rhode Island Hospital nurses
- Barrington detectives and officers
- Rhode Island
- Rhode Island Hospital
- Barrington Police Precinct
- Sweden (Only in flashback)
- Helsingborg Castle
Synopsis for "Captain America: Nazi?!"Edit
While Mockingbird is in surgery, Hawkeye demands that they take down both Superia and H.A.M.M.E.R. before Mockingbird is out of surgery. Luckily, Jessica Jones informs him that her husband is chasing a lead. At the local precinct, Cage flashes his Avenger status to get Wolverine in to interrogate the female H.A.M.M.E.R. agent in custody.
In 1959, Nick Fury's Avengers are staring at a Captain America look-a-like. Fury orders his team to spread and stop the Red Skull from escaping while he and Sabretooth deals with the impostor. Meanwhile, the Skull attempts to get away with a suitcase, which he claims is crucial to his work. Sabretooth comes charging at him, accidentally getting shot in the back by Kraven. The Skull flees to his submarine, only to be pursued by Namora, who captures him. Fury then informs all of the Skull's troops that the man they've followed isn't the real Red Skull. They then open his suitcase, showing some kind of MacGuffin. Fury then demands to the Skull as to what he did. As the Skull curses him, Sabretooth responds by decapitating him. Fury berates Sabretooth for such a reckless move, for they needed him alive. But Sabretooth doesn't care.
Back in Manhattan, as Victoria Hand is walking into her apartment, she is ambushed by Superia, who accuses her of sending the Avengers against her. Hand defends that this was all to gain Steve Rogers' trust and promises her aid in rebuilding H.A.M.M.E.R.
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SECRETS!! Who were the first Avengers? That is the question and this chapter will bring you the shocking answer. And how will the first mission of the earliest Avengers affect the survival of one of the most beloved Avengers of the modern day? The Dark Avengers team of Bendis and Deodato reunite and bring comics legend Howard Chaykin with them!
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