Appearing in "The Way It Really Was!"Edit
Supporting Characters: All Appear as Flashbacks
- Dr. Abraham Erskine
- Heinz Kruger
- Sgt. Duffy
- Bucky Barnes
- Red Skull
- Human Torch (Jim Hammond)
- Union Jack (Brian Falsworth)
- Harry Truman
- The Patriot
- Spirit of 76
- Captain America (William Burnside)
- Red Skull (Albert Malik)
- Giant-Man (Henry Pym)
- Iron Man (Tony Stark)
- Sharon Carter
- Scarlet Witch
- Captain America's Shield
- Falcon's Wings
- Iron Man Armor MK III (Only in flashback)
- Iron Man Armor Model 3Iron Man Armor MK IV]][[Category:
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- Cosmic Cube (Only in flashback)
Synopsis for "The Way It Really Was!"Edit
- Synopsis not yet written.
- Archie Goodwin is consulting editor.
- This issue begins a long story arc on trying to determine who Steve Rogers was prior to becoming America's Super Soldier in 1941. The story is not clearly resolved until Captain America #247 and his next origin tale in Captain America #255.
- Despite not being able to remember his past, Steve Rogers' notes in this issue that he grew up in Manhattan. This is proven to be a false memory implant. In actuality, Steve Rogers grew up in Brooklyn where he has also lived as an adult for a number of years.
- No letters page is published this issue.
- Iron Man is mistakenly shown in one panel with his MK IV armor on. When Captain America was discovered by the Avengers in Avengers #4, Tony Stark wore the MK III armor.
Links and ReferencesEdit
- The Grand Comics Database: Captain America #215 
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