Appearing in "Dark Moon Rise, Hell-Hound Kill!"Edit
- Alistair Rampson (Only appearance)
- Rachel MacGregor (Only appearance)
- Countess Caution (Only appearance)
- Angus MacGregor (Only appearance)
- Nazis (Main story and flashback)
- Sir Gavin Ravenlock (Only appearance; dies)
- The "Hell-Hound" (Only appearance; dies)
- U.S. Army (Mentioned)
- Ken Astor (Mentioned) (Deceased)
- Adolf Hitler (Mentioned)
- Loch Ness Monster (Mentioned)
- Sam Hill (Invoked)
- Sir Black Hugh Ravenlock (Only appearance; dies) (Only in flashback)
- Hugh's hound (Only appearance) (Only in flashback)
- Devil / Satan (Lucifer) (Mentioned)
- Hugh's wife (Only appearance) (Only in flashback)
- Hugh's brother (Only appearance) (Appears in shadow only) (Only in flashback)
- Cain (Mentioned)
- Abel (Mentioned)
- Lord Macbeth (Mentioned) (Topical Reference)
- S.H.I.E.L.D. (Referenced)
- God (Yahweh) (Mentioned)
- Sherlock Holmes (Mentioned)
- Angus' brother (Rachel's father) (Mentioned)
- Rachel's mother (Mentioned) (Deceased)
Races and Species:
- Earth (Main story and flashback)
- Hell (Referenced)
- U-477 (Only appearance; destruction) (Only in flashback)
- World War II (Mentioned)
Synopsis for "Dark Moon Rise, Hell-Hound Kill!"Edit
Nick Fury has responded to a personal call from one of his World War II soldiers, Ken Astor; however, by the time Fury arrives at the mysterious Castle Ravenlock in Scotland, Ken has been killed by a ghostly "Hell-Hound" that lurks the grounds at night.
The dark mansion is joined by three psychic investigators: Mycroft, Countess Caution, and a young girl named Rachel. Rachel is especially sensitive to psychic phenomenon and other things unseen, as ironically, Rachel is blind. After several surreal encounters, Fury determines that the haunting of Castle Ravenlock is a ruse.
Mycroft is actually Miles von Croff, an escaped Nazi who had placed an underground submarine station at Ravenlock during World War II who partnered with the lord of the manor, Sir Gavin Ravenlock, before turning the "Hell-Hound" upon him too to throw off suspicions.
Wycroft is then accidentally slain by the Hell-Hound while fleeing from a skirmish with Fury; and in a strange twist of fate, young Rachel is determined to be the groundskeeper's, Angus MacGregor's, niece.
- This story is parodied in Not Brand Echh #11.
- No supporting cast appears in this issue and no special S.H.I.E.L.D. weaponry is used.
- This issue contains a letters page, "Don't Yield, Write SHIELD!". Letters are published from: Tony Muscatello, Corbet Besco, Robert Rapp, and Michael B. Holt.
- This issue is reprinted in comics and books, see references below for more info. 
- No trivia.
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