Appearing in "Unfinished Business"Edit
- Captain America/Bucky (James Barnes) (Appears in flashback and main story)
- Young Allies (Only in flashback)
- Invaders (Only in flashback)
- Kid Commandos (Only in flashback)
- Texas Jack (Marshall Muldoon)
- Brenda Sue
- Nazis (Only in flashback)
- Super-Axis (Only in flashback)
- Bucky Barnes' Apartment
- 30,000 feet over Pennsylvania
- Rocky Mountain Federal Penitentiary, Colorado
- Captain America's Shield (Appears in flashback and main story)
Solicit Synopsis:EditCAPTAIN AMERICA’S IN A RACE ACROSS THE WORLD TO SOLVE A MYSTERY FROM WORLD WAR TWO! James “Bucky” Barnes has led many lives. Once he was Captain America's partner Bucky, a proud member of the Invaders, a founder of the original Young Allies. Now he is Captain America, the Sentinel of Liberty, and when an old enemy suddenly reappears, Jim must re-open the last, unsolved case of the Young Allies -- to stop a menace that threatens the world! Roger Stern (AMAZING SPIDER-MAN) travels from World War II with Nick Dragotta (X-MEN FIRST CLASS) to the modern age with Marco Santucci (SIEGE: SPIDER-MAN) to tell a time-tossed epic tale of mystery, intrigue, and high adventure!
Appearing in "The Origin of Captain America"Edit
Synopsis for "The Origin of Captain America"Edit
Reprints Tales of Suspense #63
- The second story reprints "The Origin of Captain America!" from Tales of Suspense #63.
- Bucky Barnes uses the alias Barney Jamieson this issue.
- Marco Santucci was the artist on pages 1-5, 12-17. Patrick Pizzalunga is credited for pages 5-11, 17-22.
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