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Subj: Re: D's return was not yet explained.
Posted: Mon Jun 05, 2017 at 10:15:03 am EDT (Viewed 405 times)
Reply Subj: I Thought That He Was Dead.
Posted: Sat Jun 03, 2017 at 05:03:52 pm EDT (Viewed 499 times)

    D-Man, I mean. He became Scourge and got killed. Was it explained how he came back?

D's return was not yet explained.

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Unrelated for archive purposes:
Captain America #113 (May 1969, Marvel)


    Say it isn’t so. In the opening of Captain America edition 113 by Marvel Comics, the discovery of Captain America’s bullet riddled helmet leads everyone to believe their beloved superhero has met his demise. News reports soon disclose that the fake identity of Steve Rogers was used by Captain America as a rouse to conceal his true identity. Madame Hydra has some realizations of her own and scurries to conceal her involvement in secrets she doesn’t want exposed. Shield agents hold a wake to remember their friend, Captain America, only to find themselves ambushed in the midst of the activities. Watch out though, as it may not all be what it seems.

    Comics Identifiers
    Series Name Captain America
    Issue Number #113
    Volume 1
    Publication Date May 1969
    Publication Year 1969
    Story Titles "In Memoriam"
    Publisher Marvel
    Publisher Country United States
    Series Publication Country us
    Cover Brand Name Marvel Comics Group [under character box]
    Indicia Publisher Magazine Management Co., Inc.
    Cover Price 0.12 USD
    Inks+Pencils Jim Steranko (signed)
    Number of Pages 36

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