Appearing in "Out of Time: Part 4"Edit
- Baron Zemo (Appears in flashback and main story)
- Bucky (Appears in flashback and main story)
- Patriot (Only in flashback)
- Spirit of '76 (Only in flashback)
- Captain Wings (Only in flashback)
- Winter Soldier (Cameo)
- Adam II
- Lt. Keller
Synopsis for "Out of Time: Part 4"Edit
- Synopsis not yet written.
- This issue is reprinted in Captain America: Winter Soldier (Volume 1).
- Artist Michael Lark does the penciling on the flashback sequences only (Pages 7.8, 10, 12 and two panels of pages 12, 14, 16-18).
- William Nasland was a World War II era hero originally known as the Spirit of '76. His earliest chronological appearance was in Invaders (Volume 1) #14, but his first modern appearance was in What If (Volume 1) #4. After Captain America and Bucky disappeared at the close of World War II, William retired as the Spirit of '76 and became the second Captain America. He took on Fred Davis as the second Bucky.
- Jeffrey Mace was a World War II era hero originally known as the Patriot. His earliest modern chronological appearance was in Marvel Premiere #29. After a robot called Adam II killed William Naslund, the second Captain America, Jeffrey Mace decided to retire as the Patriot to pick up the mantle and become the 3rd Captain America. Fred Davis continued to serve at his side as Bucky II. Captain America III's final appearance was in Captain America (Volume 1) #284.
- Jeffrey Mace is an actual Golden Age hero of the 1940's. He debuted in Human Torch Comics Vol 1 5 (Summer). He later appeared in numerous back up features in Marvel Mystery Comics. When Mace re-entered the Marvel Universe in Marvel Premiere #29 his uniform was modified to include long pants and one distinct helmet. His new look was designed by Roy Thomas and Don Heck.
- Spirit of '76 was a 1970's creation of Roy Thomas and Frank Robbins. Although he is quite similar to the Fawcett Comics Golden Age Hero: "Fighting Yank", he is not a Golden Age Marvel character.
- Images are shown in this issue of the recently deceased Jack Monroe, the Falcon, and John F. Kennedy
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