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Sydney "The Gaff" Levine
Sydney "The Gaff" Levine
Appearing in "Spy School"Edit
- Dum Dum Dugan
- Gabe Jones
- Jasper Sitwell
- Laura Brown
- unnamed SHIELD Agents
- Captain America
- Contessa Valentina Allegra de Fontaine (First appearance)
- Sydney "The Gaffer" Levine (First appearance)
- Mamma Fury (Only in flashback)
- Dawn Fury (not named) (Only in flashback)
- Jacob Fury (Only in flashback) (not named)
Synopsis for "Spy School"Edit
Following the destruction of Hydra Island, Fury goes to UNIT (Underground Network Intelligence Training academy) where recruits undergo rigorous education. He meets 2 new agents: Sidney E. Levine, a tech expert (who agrees to replace Fury's destroyed Porsche 904) and Val, who scoffs at his attitude that the spy game is man's work. Fury takes on Captain America in a display bout for the recruits, but gets dizzy due to a "side-effect" of the invisibility pill he used earlier. Cap tells him he's found out who was responsible for a job they tackled "a year ago"-- "The Big Blackout".
Appearing in "The Evil That Men Do..."Edit
- Circle Sinister
- Umar (Only in flashback)
- Zom (Only in flashback)
- Living Tribunal (Only in flashback)
- Ancient One (Only in flashback)
- Vishanti (Mentioned)
- Demons of Darkness (Mentioned)
- Satannish (Mentioned)
- Faltine (Mentioned)
- Seraphim (Mentioned)'s grim shield
- New York City New York
- Stonehenge (Location) (Only in flashback)
- Cloak of Levitation
- Crystal of Agamotto
- Eye of Agamotto
- Glass of Doom
- Mantle of Supremacy
- Wand of Watoomb (Mentioned)
Synopsis for "The Evil That Men Do..."Edit
Returning to New York, Dr. Strange finds that his Sanctum is now gone, finding Wong he learns that Umar had attacked it while she was on Earth. However, Strange restores it revealing it was never destroyed just banished. Returning inside, Dr. Strange explains to Wong the outcome of his and the Ancient One's battle with Umar, the freeing of Zom, and the ultimatum that the Living Tribunal had made.
Meanwhile, all the mystics who were "awoken" by the freeing of Zom are now organizing into a large group called the Circle Sinister. Dr. Strange tracks down the Circle to their meeting place where he fights their apparent leader, however as Strange easily defeats this attacker, he soon learns who their real leader is: Baron Mordo, who has just escaped from his mystical prison.
- This is Jim Steranko's first work with Captain America. He will later be the writer and artist in Captain America Vol 1, issues 110, 111, and 113.
- 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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