Appearing in "Cold Fire!"Edit

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Synopsis for "Cold Fire!"Edit

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  • This issue includes a two-page pictorial history entitled "The Life and Times of Captain America". The vignette provides snapshots of Cap's career both as a soldier in World War II, and a member of the Avengers.
  • This issue includes a layout of Steve Rogers' apartment at 569 Leaman Place, illustrated by John Byrne.
  • This issue includes a one-page feature entitled "Steve Rogers' Friends and Neighbors" featuring mini-biographies of Anna Kapplebaum, Josh Cooper, Mike Farrel and Bernie Rosenthal.
  • This issue includes a 2nd feature entitled "Captain America's Partners Against Crime" featuring mini-biographies for * Nick Fury, Dum Dum Dugan, the Falcon, Leila Taylor, Bucky and Sharon Carter. The final panel, intended as team-image of the Avengers, instead features a postscript which reads, "Dear Roger, if you think I'm going to draw all of the Avengers - every single member and all of the various hangers-on - in this little space, you can think again! -- John Byrne".
  • Captain America appears next in Incredible Hulk Annual #11.
  • Batroc appears next in Captain America #302. The French mercenary was last seen in Marvel Team-Up #52.
  • Mister Hyde appears next in Amazing Spider-Man #231.
  • This issue includes a flashback to Captain America's first fight with Mister Hyde from Captain America #152.
  • This issue includes a flashback of Mister Hyde in his identity of Calvin Zabo. The flashback takes place during his six-month prison stretch at Ryker's Island following the events from Captain America #180-#182.
  • The Scorpion appears in a cameo flashback to events from Captain America #152.
  • This issue contains a letters page, Letters to the Living Legend. Letters are published from Carol Bellamy, Kurt Busiek, and Jeff Gelb.
  • This issue is reprinted in comics and books, see references for info.[1]


  • On the cover to this issue, Batroc's name is mis-spelled "Batrok".
  • This issue includes a Hostess Fruit Pies advertisement featuring Iron Man entitled, "Iron Man vs. the Bank Robbers!"

See Also

  1. This story is reprinted in the following comics/TPB's:


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