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PEGGY CARTER (MPU)

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Full Name: Peggy Carter
Nationality: American
Organization: S.H.I.E.L.D.
Occupation Agent

Creator: Stan Lee, Jack Kirby
Time Span: 1966 - 2011

ABOUT THE SERIES

Margaret 'Peggy' Carter, aka Agent Carter, is an agent of S.H.I.E.L.D.

She can also be said to be an agent of the OSS, the French Resistance, and the Strategic Scientific Reserve (SSR).

[Note to start this off: In the Marvel Multiverse, there are a very large number of different Earths, each a tad different from the others. Each of these Earths have been assigned a number. The one known most commonly as the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) is Earth-199999. The one most often seen in the comic books is Earth-616, also called the Marvel Prime Universe (MPU).

Each of the two mentioned Earths have an incarnation of Peggy Carter and both are similar in some ways and wildly different in others. There are also other Earths with their own unique version of Carter.

It is not the purpose of this entry to be the complete biographer of Agent Carter, a huge task considering the numerous Carters that there are. Marvel has an extensive database available showing extended biographies of each of these versions thus far discovered.

This page is devoted to the Peggy Carter of the MPU.]

According to the Marvel Fandom Database Wiki:

"Peggy Carter was born into the wealthy Carter family of Richmond, Virginia in June of 1920, and was considered "Virginia royalty." Having grown up alongside her brother Harrison, a teenaged Peggy met and fell in love with a young black man, who left her due to the racial climate of the times. On the night of their break-up, Peggy was approached by Alexa Volkoff, a member of the Daughters of Liberty, to recruit the young girl into the organization, becoming her handler. Fully trained as a cunning agent, Peggy eventually learned of World War II and left for France to join in the fight.

"By 1943, Peggy had joined the French Resistance as a field agent, codenamed Agent 13. While working undercover in a café during a very rainy day, she met a young soldier named Steve Rogers. The two shared what she believed to be a brief romance, though Rogers (in his role as Captain America) would walk in on Peggy after she'd killed a roomful of Nazi soldiers, and the two struck up a long-term romance. Unbeknownst to Cap, Peggy had been instructed by the Daughters of Liberty to get close to him in order to monitor him and keep him out of the wrong hands, though her love for him was genuine. Peggy would also join the original five Invaders in battle."

The history of Peggy Carter is intimately connected with the storyline of Captain America. It is in the pages of his second series of adventures that we first meet her, albeit unnamed initially.

The first Cap series [published by Timely Comics back in the 1940s] had the shield-slinging superhero totally absorbed in his fight against the Axis. There was no time for something as frivolous as romance as each issue of adventures was jam-packed with excitement and danger and fisticuffs and, of course, tossing that impervious shield around. He did have the constant companionship of teenaged Bucky Barnes but his presence, much like Robin to the Batman, was more a ploy to attract young male readership [you too could be a sidekick to a superhero!]

When Cap was resurrected from the suspended animation of the ice floe by the Avengers and resumed his crusade against dictators and world-conquers, the writers of these new stories eventually alluded, at first, to the fact that Cap was human and was attracted to the fairer sex after all, though the first mention was in a super brief flashback and a time with the unnamed Peggy Carter. We would soon be told a bit more about that battlefield romance but learn that other missions would call Cap away and poor Peggy would suffer from a war injury and lose her memory!

Soon back in the present the character of Peggy Carter would be brought back into play but she would be a much older woman, not having spent two decades frozen in the Arctic ice. This Carter would be in her mid-40s though she initially was portrayed as even older. At first she is addled-minded and confused, not to mention a bit love-struck. All rather understandable when you consider the man she loved and lost in the 40's shows up again in the 60's and he has not changed a bit!

Of course, love does not go smoothly as he has a new relationship with Sharon Carter, Peggy's much, much younger sister (retconned to niece and then great-niece). Before too long, though, Peggy will find a new lease on life in the service of S.H.I.E.L.D., complete with skin-tight full-body suits and one very impressive athletic body. She will be for a time a partner of a young black man named Gabe Jones and they would make a pretty good team. In addition to some dangerous missions infiltrating some pretty nasty terror groups, she would also spend a fair amount of time at a monitoring station as a Communications Officer, helping direct resources to trouble spots.

Occasionally we will be given longer looks into the past as we are told adventures that occurred during that too-short period of time back during WWII when she and Cap were an item.

COMIC BOOKS, GRAPHIC NOVELS, AND MANGA

Number of Stories:1
First Appearance:1966
Last Appearance:2011

1 A Brief Remembrance Storyline A Brief Remembrance Storyline
Published by Marvel Comics
Contributors: Stan Lee (writer), Jack Kirby (layout), Dick Ayers (pencils), J. Tartaglione (inks), Artie Simek (letters)
Copyright: 1966

Printed in Tales of Suspense #75, March 1966.
In a flashback to WWII, Captain America recalls the woman (unnamed) in the Resistance that he met and briefly loved in the heat of battle.

2 The Recollection Of A Past Love Storyline The Recollection Of A Past Love Storyline
Published by Marvel Comics
Contributors: Stan Lee (writer), Jack Kirby (layout), Dick Ayers (pencils), J. Tartaglione (inks), Artie Simek (letters)
Copyright: 1966

Printed in Tales of Suspense #77, May 1966.
In a flashback to WWII, Captain America recalls the woman (unnamed) in the Resistance that he met and briefly loved in the heat of battle.

3 The Doctor Faustus Memory Trap Storyline The Doctor Faustus Memory Trap Storyline
Published by Marvel Comics
Contributors: Sal Buscema (pencils), John Romita (inks), Annette Kawecki (letters)
Copyright: 1973

Printed in Captain America and Falcon #161-163, May 1973 - July 1973.
Captain America is lured into the clutches of Doctor Faustus who is holding a mysterious veiled woman to use her troubled memories to unlock a way to defeat him. That woman is Peggy Carter.

4 The Yellow Claw Storyline The Yellow Claw Storyline
Published by Marvel Comics
Contributors: Sal Buscema (pencils and inks), John Costanza (letters)
Copyright: 1973

Printed in Captain America and Falcon #165-167, Sep. 1973 - Nov. 1973.
As Captain America and Falcon join Nick Fury in a battle with the Yellow Claw, Sharon Carter must deal with a somewhat confused Peggy Carter who is remembering her love of Cap from the time of the War.

5 The Secret Empire Storyline The Secret Empire Storyline
Published by Marvel Comics
Contributors: Steve Englehart (writer), Sal Buscema (pencils), Vince Colletta (inks), George Roussos (colors), Charlotte Jetter (letters)
Copyright: 1974

Printed in Captain America and Falcon #174-175, Jun. 1974 - Jul. 1973.
Captain America and Falcon team-up with the X-Men to take on the forces of the Secret Empire. Peggy Carter is now an agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. and has joined with a fellow agent, Gabe Jones, to infiltrate that organization.

6 The Crisis of Identity Storyline The Crisis of Identity Storyline
Published by Marvel Comics
Contributors: Steve Englehart (writer), Sal Buscema (pencils), Vince Colletta (inks), Linda Lessman (colors), Artie Simek (letters)
Copyright: 1974

Printed in Captain America and Falcon #176, Aug. 1974.
Captain America is having a really bad day and is seriously considering hanging up his shield for good, thinking he is no longer needed in the world. Eventually friends convince him otherwise. One of those is Peggy Carter.

7 The Disappearance of Captain America Storyline The Disappearance of Captain America Storyline
Published by Marvel Comics
Contributors: Steve Englehart (writer), Sal Buscema (pencils), Vince Colletta (inks), Phil Rachelson (colors), Tom Orzechowski (letters)
Copyright: 1974

Printed in Captain America and Falcon #178-179, Oct. 1974 - Nov. 1974.
Having decided to give up his Captain America persona, Steve Rogers is considering what he will do next with his life. Peggy Carter is having considerable distress over Cap's 'disappearance', not knowing his secret identity.

8 The Nomad Storyline The Nomad Storyline
Published by Marvel Comics
Contributors: Steve Englehart (writer), Sal Buscema (pencils), Vince Colletta (inks), Linda Lessman (colors), Artie Simek (letters)
Copyright: 1975

Printed in Captain America and Falcon #181-188, Jan. 1975 - Nov. 1974.
Deciding on a new superhero identity, Nomad, Steve Rogers makes his presence known even as another man decides that he is worthy (he isn't) to wear the Captain America costume. Peggy Carter is more than a little confused, at least until duty at S.H.I.E.L.D. put her back in action tracking down the person who put the Falcon in the hospital.

9 The Trial of the Falcon Storyline The Trial of the Falcon Storyline
Published by Marvel Comics
Contributors: Steve Englehart (writer), Sal Buscema (pencils), Vince Colletta (inks), Linda Lessman (colors), Artie Simek (letters)
Copyright: 1975

Printed in Captain America and Falcon #191, Nov. 1975.
A cameo appearance as the Falcon is framed for drug possession and the temporary head of S.H.I.E.L.D. will do nothing to help, despite Peggy Carter's insistence.

10 The Rescue of Sharon Carter Storyline The Rescue of Sharon Carter Storyline
Published by Marvel Comics
Contributors: Roger McKenzie (writer), Sal Buscema (pencils), Don Perlin (inks), Bob Sharen (colors), Tom Orzechowski (letters)
Copyright: 1979

Printed in Captain America and Falcon #231-232 and 235-236, Mar. 1979 - Aug 1979.
After more trouble with a very ungrateful bunch of SHIELD agents, Captain America heads back to social welfare office of his partner, Sam (the Falcon) and discovers a very concerned Peggy Carter. The problem is a missing Sharon Carter who had been investigating a domestic terror group called the National Front. That group is really controlled by an old nemesis, Doctor Faustus.

11 The Dismantling of SHIELD Storyline The Dismantling of SHIELD Storyline
Published by Marvel Comics
Contributors: Mark Gruenwald (writer), Kieron Dwyer (pencils), Al Milgrom (inks), Bob Sharen (colors), John Morelli (letters)
Copyright: 1989

Printed in Captain America #351, Mar. 1989.
Captain America is stunned to learned that S.H.I.E.L.D. has been ordered shut down and its agents let go. That does not mean that the bad guys went away, though, as Cap and Nick Fury and Peggy Carter learn the hard way.

12 The Avengers Recruitment Storyline The Avengers Recruitment Storyline
Published by Marvel Comics
Contributors: Mark Gruenwald (plot), Rick Buckler (pencils), Tom Palmer (inks), Paul Becton (colors), Ken Lopez (letters), Ralph Macchio (script)
Copyright: 1989

Printed in Avengers #302, Apr. 1989, and Captain America #352 and 354, Apr. and Jun. 1989.
Captain America is interviewing possible new Avengers when three Soviet superheroes show up asking for asylum. Peggy Carter is yet again on the Communications Desk at SHIELD.

13 The Retrograding of Captain America Storyline The Retrograding of Captain America Storyline
Published by Marvel Comics
Contributors: Mark Gruenwald (script), Kieron Dwyer (pencils), Danny Bulanadi (inks), Bob Sharen (colors), John Morelli (letters)
Copyright: 1989

Printed in Captain America #363, Late Nov. 1989.
A bad guy, Crossbones, has kidnapped a good guy, Diamondback, and Cap is out to rescue her. Peggy Carter is yet again on the Communications Desk at SHIELD.

14 Cap's Avengerability Analysis Storyline Cap's Avengerability Analysis Storyline
Published by Marvel Comics
Contributors: Fabian Nicieze (script), Assorted (pencils), Assorted (inks), Mike Rockwitz (colors), Ken Lopez (letters)
Copyright: 1989

Printed in Avengers Annual #18, 1989.
"At the behest of Peggy Carter, Captain America sits down to complete personnel evaluations on his fellow Avengers."

15 Acts of Vengeance Storyline Acts of Vengeance Storyline
Published by Marvel Comics
Contributors: Assorted (script), Assorted (pencils), Assorted (inks), Assorted (colors), Assorted (letters)
Copyright: 1989

Printed in Avengers Spotlight #26, Dec. 1989, Avengers #311, Dec. 1989, Captain America #365, Dec. 1989, and Quasar #6, Jan. 1990.
"A large number of powered criminals breakout of a superhuman prison and the task falls to the Avengers to recapture them. Peggy Carter remains at the Communications Desk."

16 Another Return of the Red Skull Storyline Another Return of the Red Skull Storyline
Published by Marvel Comics
Contributors: Mark Gruenwald (script), Ron Lim (pencils), Dan Dulanadi (inks), Steve Buccellato (colors), Jack Morelli (letters)
Copyright: 1990

Printed in Captain America #368 - 370, Mar-Jun. 1990.
"The Red Skull makes yet another return to try and destroy Captain America. This time he has a lot of powerful friends. Peggy Carter mans the Comm Desk at Avenger's HQ."

17 A Date With Diamondback Storyline A Date With Diamondback Storyline
Published by Marvel Comics
Contributors: Mark Gruenwald (script), Ron Lim (pencils), Dan Dulanadi (inks), Steve Buccellato (colors), Jack Morelli (letters)
Copyright: 1990

Printed in Captain America #371, Jul. 1990.
"Diamondback insists on a decent date on the town with Captain America. It proves interesting. Peggy Carter is still at the Comm Desk but she is thrilled that Cap is finally having some fun.."

18 The Crossing Line Storyline The Crossing Line Storyline
Published by Marvel Comics
Contributors: Fabian Nicieze (script), Richard Levins (pencils), Christopher Ivy (inks), Bill Oakley (colors), Renee Witterstaetter (letters)
Copyright: 1990

Printed in Avengers #319-324, Jul. - Oct. 1990.
A Russian terror group calling itself the Peace Corpse hijacks an American submarine as a prelude to forcing a war. Peggy Carter once more mans the Comm Desk.

19 The Sersei Party Storyline The Sersei Party Storyline
Published by Marvel Comics
Contributors: Mark Gruenwald (script), Rik Levins (pencils), Fred Fredericks (inks), Brad K. Joyce (colors), Ed Lazellari (letters)
Copyright: 1990

Printed in Avengers #325, Late Oct. 1990.
Sersei wants a party to relax and celebrate another victory of the Avengers. Unwelcome visitors crash the fun. Peggy Carter maintains a firm control of the Comm Desk.

21 The Stellaris Strikes Storyline The Stellaris Strikes Storyline
Published by Marvel Comics
Contributors: Tom DeFalco (script), Ron frenz (script), Joe Sinnott (artist), Michael Heisler (letters), George roussos (colors)
Copyright: 1990

Printed in Thor #420, Aug. 1990.
Peggy Carter alerts the Avengers to new trouble coming in the form of a powerful fellow known as Stellaris.

22 The Streets of Poison Storyline The Streets of Poison Storyline
Published by Marvel Comics
Contributors: Mark Gruenwald (script), Ron Lim (pencils), Danny Bulanadi (inks), Joe Rosen (letters), Steve Buccellato (colors)
Copyright: 1990

Printed in Captain America #373 - 391, Jul. 1990 - Jan. 1991.
Peggy Carter's role is managing the monitors for SHIELD and helping find someone to assist Cap when he gets in deep trouble. He is not pleased as it was a personal matter.

23 The Watchdogs Storyline The Watchdogs Storyline
Published by Marvel Comics
Contributors: Mark Gruenwald (script), Ron Lim (pencils), Danny Bulanadi (inks), Joe Rosen (letters), Christie Scheele (colors)
Copyright: 1991

Printed in Captain America #385, May 1991.
A former girlfriend of Steve Rogers has an old pal, named Mike, who is part of the Watchdogs, a domestic terror group dedicated to erasing what they think of as low moral material (porn or loud music). Peggy Carter is again on comms duty.

24 The Collection Obsession Storyline The Collection Obsession Storyline
Published by Marvel Comics
Contributors: Bob Harras (script), Andy Kuvert (pencils), Tom Palmer (inks), John Costanza (letters), Christie Scheele (colors)
Copyright: 1991

Printed in Avengers #334-337, Jul.-Sep. 1991.
An alien race led by a particularly nasty fellow named Thane Ector has its eye on Earth and the Avengers must dissuade them. A remarkably lot younger looking Peggy Carter is still on Comms Duty.

25 The Superia Stratagem Storyline The Superia Stratagem Storyline
Published by Marvel Comics
Contributors: Bob Harras (script), Andy Kuvert (pencils), Tom Palmer (inks), John Costanza (letters), Christie Scheele (colors)
Copyright: 1991

Printed in Captain America #387,388,392, Jul.-Sep. 1991.
A.I.M., the criminal hi-tech organization led by Modam, is up to no good again, especially forcing the help of Cap's current girlfriend, Diamondback. Peggy Carter is still on comms duty.

26 The Attack on the Capitol Storyline The Attack on the Capitol Storyline
Published by Marvel Comics
Contributors: Mark Gruenwald (script), Larry Alexander (pencils), Bud LaRosa (inks), Joe Rosen (letters), Renee Witterstaetter (colors)
Copyright: 1991

Printed in Captain America #393, Oct.1991.
The Red Skull is up to no good, again, this time right next to the US Capitol. Peggy Carter is again handling comms duty.

27 The House That Dripped Dough Storyline The House That Dripped Dough Storyline
Published by Marvel Comics
Contributors: Mark Gruenwald (script), Rik Levins (pencils), Danny Bulanadi (inks), Joe Rosen (letters), Marie Javins (colors)
Copyright: 1991

Printed in Captain America #395-396, Dec. 1991, Jan. 1992.
Both Captain America and Thor have strange trouble when visiting a mansion which literally dripped dough! Peggy Carter is again on comms duty.

28 The Sons of the Serpent Storyline The Sons of the Serpent Storyline
Published by Marvel Comics
Contributors: Fabian Nicieza (script), Steven Epting (pencils), Tom Palmer (inks), Michael Heisler (letters), Christie Scheele (colors)
Copyright: 1991

Printed in Avengers #341, Nov. 1991.
Rioting in the city is a great camouflage for some nasty criminal activities! Peggy Carter is again on comms duty [but at least she gets some decent 'air time'].

29 The Operation: Galactic Storm Storyline The Operation: Galactic Storm Storyline
Published by Marvel Comics
Contributors: Mark Gruenwald (script), Rik Levins (pencils), Danny Bulanadi (inks), Joe Rosen (letters), Christie Scheele (colors)
Copyright: 1992

Printed in Captain America #398-401 and Quasar #32, Mar. - Jun. 1992.
Alien invaders cause lots of nasty trouble. Peggy Carter is again on comms duty [but with a cool control room].

30 The Stolen Children Storyline The Stolen Children Storyline
Published by Marvel Comics
Contributors: Fabian Nicieza (script), Mark Bagley (pencils), Larry Mahistedt (inks), Joe Rosas (letters), Joe Rosen (colors)
Copyright: 1992

Printed in New Warriors #22, Apr. 1992.
[plot unknown]

31 The Man and Wolf Storyline The Man and Wolf Storyline
Published by Marvel Comics
Contributors: Mark Gruenwald (script), Rik Levins (pencils), Danny Bulanadi (inks), Gina Going (letters), Joe Rosen (colors)
Copyright: 1992

Printed in Captain America #402, Jul. 1992.
"Cap is trying to track down his missing friend John Jameson and goes to Dr. Druid for help. The two run across a rogue werewolf and Moonhunter." Once more Peggy Carter is on duty at the Comms.

32 The Invasion of Avengers Mansion Storyline The Invasion of Avengers Mansion Storyline
Published by Marvel Comics
Contributors: Jim Valentino (script), Herb Rimpe (pencils), Steve Montano (inks), Ken Lopez (letters), Evelyn Stein (colors)
Copyright: 1992

Printed in Guardians of the Galaxy #28, Sep. 1992.
"Doc Ock leads the Invasion of Avengers Mansion." "Attack on Avengers Mansion! In the big brawl both villains and heroes meet opponents they never met before." A very white-haired woman, probably Peggy Carter, sounds the alarm.

32.112 The Quasar vs the Clones Storyline The Quasar vs the Clones Storyline
Published by Marvel Comics
Contributors: Mark Gruenwald (script), Grane Miuhm (artist), David & Dan Day (artist), Rick Parker (letters), Paul Becton (colors)
Copyright: 1993

Printed in Quasar #45, Apr. 1993.
Quasar is in North Carolina going up against a nasty shadowy fellow who can clone himself on the spot. He calls for help via Peggy Carter on comms

32.234 The Blistik Storyline The Blistik Storyline
Published by Marvel Comics
Contributors: Mark Gruenwald (script), Rik Levins (pencils), Danny Bulanadi (inks), George Roussos (letters), Joe Rosen (colors)
Copyright: 1993

Printed in Captain America #422, Dec. 1993.
Cap goes up against "one of the biggest nut jobs" he has ever faced, Blistik. Peggy Carter is, where else, at the comms.

33 The Starblast Storyline The Starblast Storyline
Published by Marvel Comics
Contributors: Mark Gruenwald (script), Herb Rimpe (pencils), Ralph Cabrera (inks), Michael Higgins (letters), Paul Becton (colors)
Copyright: 1994

Printed in Starblast #1, Jan. 1994.
A pretty powerful alien team kidnaps Oatu the Watcher because of trouble he knows the origin of which is plaguing the galaxy. Peggy Carter is at the comms to alert Cap and friends about trouble brewing.

34 The Sidewinder Storyline The Sidewinder Storyline
Published by Marvel Comics
Contributors: Mark Gruenwald (script), Phil Gosier (pencils), Romeo Tanghal (inks), Joe Rosen (letters), George Roussos (colors)
Copyright: 1994

Printed in Captain America #424, Feb. 1994.
A man turns reluctantly to crime to pay for vital medical treatment for his dying daughter. Cap must stop him. A heard-only Peggy Carter is the one to alert Cap to the issue.

35 The Fighting Chance Storyline The Fighting Chance Storyline
Published by Marvel Comics
Contributors: Mark Gruenwald (script), Dave Hoover (pencils), Danny Bulanadi (inks), Joe Rosen (letters), George Roussos (colors)
Copyright: 1994

Printed in Captain America #425, 426, 429, and 431, Mar. - Sep. 1994.
As Captain America learns that his powers are starting to wane for unknown reasons, someone else is impersonating him and causing trouble for his reputation. Peggy Carter, as usual, mans the comms desk.

36 The Captain America's Drug Campaign Storyline The Captain America's Drug Campaign Storyline
Published by Marvel Comics
Contributors: George Caragonne (script), Colleen Doran (pencils), Greg Adams (inks), Rick Parker (letters), George Roussos (colors)
Copyright: 1994

Printed in Captain America Goes To War Against Drugs #3, 1994.
[plot unknown]

36 The Death-Stalker Stalking Storyline The Death-Stalker Stalking Storyline
Published by Marvel Comics
Contributors: Mark Gruenwald (script), Dave Hoover (pencils), Danny Bulanadi (inks), Joe Rosen (letters), Ashley Posella (colors)
Copyright: 1995

Printed in Captain America #439, May 1995.
"Death Stalker stalks the Sentinel of Liberty as he unravels the mystery of the new Super-Patriot and the diabolical Dead Ringer!" Peggy Carter manages the control room at Cap's Brooklyn Heights Headquarter.

37 The Charter Federation Storyline The Charter Federation Storyline
Published by Marvel Comics
Contributors: Mark Gruenwald (script), Scott Eaton (pencils), Bob Almond (inks), Joe Rosen (letters), Megan McDowell (colors)
Copyright: 1995

Printed in Star Masters #2, May 1995.
A galactic federation called The Charter sends an offer to Earth to join that union. Quasar is initially suspicious but then decides it was legit while visiting the federation's satellite headquarters. He wakes to find the three million citizens dead! The Charter is not happy and sends an asteroid the size of Rhode Island earthward. Peggy Carter mans the Avengers' control room.

101 The Cherchez La Femme Storyline The Cherchez La Femme Storyline
Published by Marvel Comics
Contributors: Kathryn Immonen (script), Ramon K. Perez (pencils and inks), John Rauch (colors), Jared K. Fletcher (letters)
Copyright: 2011

Printed in a One-Shot, Captain America and the First Thirteen, May 2011.
"In occupied France, Agent 13 [Peggy Carter] and [Captain America] try to find time for themselves even while fighting the good fight."

102 The American Dreamers Storyline The American Dreamers Storyline
Published by Marvel Comics
Contributors: Kathryn Immonen (script), Ramon K. Perez (pencils and inks), John Rauch (colors), Jared K. Fletcher (letters)
Copyright: 2011

Printed in Captain America, v6 #1-#2, Sep.-Oct. 2011.
At the funeral of Peggy Carter, taking place in France, someone is very unhappy with the ceremony and takes a shot at the small group of Cap, Dum Dum Dugan, Sharon Carter, and Nick Fury. Searching for the assailant makes Cap recall a mission with Peggy and the Resistance against the newly formed Hydra.

MY COMMENTS

There really is not a whole lot to adventures of the Peggy Carter in the Marvel Print Universe because her heyday was during WWII and her introduction into the Captain America cycle came long after the WWII adventures had been told in the Timely Comics runs.

Of course back then the idea of someone as dynamic and stoic as Cap taking time to spend a moment (or night) with a woman was unthinkable! When he was defrosted over two decades later and given some time to remember his earlier times, then we learn about his affection for the woman.

I did appreciate the fact that his love and devotion to the lady remains, though she is a whole lot older than he (physically) now.

GRADE

My Grade: B

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