Appearing in "The Enigma of the Death Doll"Edit

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  • Horatio
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    Appearing in the 2nd StoryEdit

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  • Johnny

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    Appearing in "My Son Is a Thief"Edit

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    Appearing in "From the Personal Files of Captain America"Edit

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  • Joey Arnold

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  • Although the narratives of the Captain America stories refer to him as Steve Rogers, as per the retcon of What If? #4, these appearances are attributed to Jeff Mace.
  • This is the first time the Sub-Mariner has appeared in a back-up story in Captain America since Captain America Comics #20. The regular Human Torch feature returns next issue.
  • This issue sees a shift in the story telling method of some of the Captain America stories. With popularity in super-heroes waning, the narratives in this issue and later issues involve Captain America narrating a true crime story of which he is loosely involved.


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