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- You jokers musta took your boxin' lessons from Mickey Mouse!
- -- Nick Fury
Appearing in "The Tribunal!"Edit
Other Character Cameos by:
- Charles Xavier
- Fantastic Four
- Captain America
- Iron Man
- Scarlet Witch
- Captain America's Shield
- Captain America's Uniform
- Spy Ray Lens
- Incendiary Disc
- Transparency Capsule
- Death Spore
Synopsis for "The Tribunal!"Edit
Bronson is set to take Laura to a medical facility (the one on the Heli-Carrier being damaged in the earlier battle) in the "Dyna-Soar", a brand-new aircraft whose design is based and improved upon from the captured HYDRA saucer. No sooner does he depart than Fury's quarters are blasted to bits, apparently killing him! Bronson changes course and heads for "Hydra Island", an artificial, futuristic, hi-tech fortress somewhere in the Pacific, then resumes his guise as Supreme Hydra. He then announces to the world that he's placed a "Death Spore" bomb on board the Heli-Carrier, which will unleash a deadly plague upon the entire Earth and cannot be deactivated! Any country that surrenders within one hour will be spared its effects. He also plans to stage a fake "trial" for Laura, as an example to all who would defy him. Unknown to him, Fury is alive, having suspected Bronson from the start, and was hiding onboard the Dyna-Soar, in order to discover HYDRA's plans and the location of their base. But after taking on several HYDRA thugs, Fury is captured, and on awakening, discovers the true identity of the Supreme Hydra is none other than Baron Wolfgang Von Strucker, his old enemy from WW2!
Appearing in "Umar Walks the Earth!"Edit
- Zom (First appearance)
- Seven Rings of Raggadorr (Mentioned)
- Vishanti (Mentioned)
- Cyttorak (Mentioned)
- The Eternal (Mentioned)
- Eternity (Mentioned)
- Shades of the Seraphim (Mentioned)
- Dormammu (Mentioned)
- Satannish (Mentioned)
- Faltine (Mentioned)
- Stonehenge (First appearance)
- New York City New York
- The Amphora (First appearance)
- Amulet of Agamotto
- Cloak of Levitation
- Crimson Crystals of Cyttorak
- Crown of Blindness
- Eye of Agamotto
- Links of Living Bondage
Synopsis for "Umar Walks the Earth!"Edit
With Umar on Earth, unleashing her power in New York City, Dr. Strange convinces the Ancient One to come up with some way to defeat her. The Ancient One tells Dr. Strange to free a being by the name of Zom. As Umar destroys Dr. Strange's Sanctum and battles the Ancient One, Dr. Strange succeeds in freeing Zom, and removing the binds from his eyes.
Meeting the Ancient One at Stonehenge, Umar battles the old mystic until Dr. Strange arrives with Zom. Umar tries to stop Zom with her power but finds nothing effects the massive creature and so she retreats. After Zom breaks the chain that binds his hand together and turns his violence against Dr. Strange and the Ancient One.
- This issue contains a letters page, "Strange Mails". Letters are published from Wally Daniels, Shirley Gorman, Barry Brookner, and David Walker.
- This issue is reprinted in comics and books, see references for more info.
- No trivia.
Links and ReferencesEdit
- ↑ This issue is reprinted in the following comics/TPBs:
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