- But, no matter the danger, no matter the dread challenge that awaits me ... I ... must go forth...
Appearing in "Beware... The Deadly Dreadnaught!"Edit
- unnamed SHIELD agents
- A.U.T.O.F.A.C. (Analytical Unit for Tabulation of Origin Factors And Computation)
- Repulsor Watch
- Electronic Absorbers (in cufflinks)
- Eavesdropper Pen
- Auto Destruct Mechanism (in pen)
Synopsis for "Beware... The Deadly Dreadnaught!"Edit
While the AUTOFAC computer works out the true identity of the Supreme Hydra, Fury plans to have Bronson transport Laura to SHIELD's West coast HQ. In the Personal Effects Dept. Fury is given a new weapons-laden outfit. Just in time-- as moments later, he's attacked by The Dreadnought, a deadly 8-foot-tall HYDRA killer robot. Laura suspects Bronson may be the Supreme Hydra himself, and her suspicions are confirmed by AUTOFAC, but before she can pass on the info, Bronson overpowers her. Fury just barely manages to beat The Dreadnought, but finds Laura is missing-- and AUTOFAC names her as the Supreme Hydra!
Appearing in "Clea Must Die!"Edit
- Mindless Ones
- Clea (In an illusion or vision)
- Vishanti (Mentioned)
- Shining Circle of the Seraphim (Mentioned)
- Seven Rings of Raggadorr (Mentioned)
- Mystic Moons of Munnopor (Mentioned)
Synopsis for "Clea Must Die!"Edit
Forced to battle a lone Mindless One while his mystical powers are depleted, Dr. Strange seeks cover in his astral form to recharge his mystical abilities, the Mindless One with an indestructable victim (thanks to a spell that protects Strange's body) seeks a defeatable opponent.
Strange then returns to the Dark Dimension where he seeks to enter Umar's castle, traveling to the caverns deep below, he is aided by Veritas, a being that helps Strange reach Umar's throne room. While Umar is frightened by the visions under Veritas' cloak, Strange is able to conjure up a mystical screen showing Clea's location, however Umar fires a mystical bolt into the screen that threatens to kill Dr. Strange's love.
- This issue contains a letters page, "Strange Mails". Letters are published from Bruce Long, Kenneth Sneyd, Karen Bower, and Bill Homah.
- In his letter, Homah speculates that Stan Lee's real name is Irving Forbush - which is false, as Lee's real name was Stanley Martin Lieber, later legally changed to Lee; Forbush is an inner joke, not a real person, who later became a comical Marvel character. The answer given to Homah is more cryptic, but denies that Lee and Forbush are the same person.
- This issue is reprinted in comics and books, see references for more info.
It is revealed for the first time in this issue that Dum Dum Dugan's real name is Timothy Aloysius Cadwallader Dugan.
Links and ReferencesEdit
- ↑ This issue is reprinted in the following comics/TPB's:
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