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- Nick, in 20 years, I've never known you to do nothin' but complain!
Appearing in "The Hiding Place!"Edit
- Supreme Hydra now disguised as
- Agent Bronson
- Imperial Hydra (Arnold Brown) (Only in flashback)
- Flying Saucer
- Space Warp Missile
- S.H.I.E.L.D. Helicarrier
- SHIELD Saucer
Synopsis for "The Hiding Place!"Edit
Fury thinks back on SHIELD's 1st battle with HYDRA, when Laura Brown-- who had joined only to convince her father to give up his mad dream of world conquest-- saved his life and helped defeat them. As the President pushes thru a pardon for her, she's being transported by Gabe & Jasper-- whose car is attacked by HYDRA. Fury & Dugan, in a captured HYDRA saucer, go to rescue the trio. The Supreme Hydra dons a new disguise, that of "Agent Bronson", a SHIELD man currently their prisoner. "Bronson" arrives at the Heli-Carrier just in time to join the team racing to help Fury. After helping capture several HYDRA thugs, "Bronson" gains Fury's confidence.
Appearing in "Alone Against the Mindless Ones!"Edit
- Mindless Ones
- Vishanti (Mentioned)
- Seraphim (Mentioned)
- Satannish (Mentioned)
- Seven Rings of Raggadorr (Mentioned)
- Ancient One
Synopsis for "Alone Against the Mindless Ones!"Edit
Traveling to the realm of the Mindless Ones to save Clea, Dr. Strange battles the Mindless Ones in both mystic and physical combat, however thanks to Umar's manipulations the Mindless One's always have the upper hand. With his mystical powers drained to their lowest, Dr. Strange still manages to break through the barrier to free Clea. However, Umar reveals that who he thought was Clea was just a disguised Mindless One, which will have no problem destorying Strange now that his powers are weakened.
- This issue contains a letters page, "Strange Mails". Letters are pubished from: Bill Mooney, Cole Gagne, Mike Brown and William McQueeneny.
- This issue is reprinted in comics and books, see references for more info.
- No trivia.
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