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    Appearing in "The Blackout Murder Case"Edit

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  • Charley Dane

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    Appearing in "The Seven Sons of Satan"Edit

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    Appearing in "Frozen Death"Edit

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    Appearing in "Flaming Steel"Edit

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NotesEdit

It is interesting to note that in this issue Captain America and Bucky refer to the Red Skull as having been killed. Although the Red Skull appeared to apparently have died in both Captain America Comics #3 (Although this was George Maxon not Johann Schmidt) and Young Allies #4, he reappeared previously in All-Select Comics #2 and All Winners #12 which both predate this issue of Captain America. Further, the Red Skull does not seem to recall that Steve Rogers and Captain America are the same person, a fact he learned in Captain America Comics #16.


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