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Tales of Suspense (1959) #60 Cover

Tales of Suspense (1959) #60

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pgw78 member

Hawkeye: "Listen, baby, you're hot and all, but I'm not going to commit treason!" Widow: "But I'm REALLY hot!" Hawkeye: "Dammit, you ARE really hot. Okay, I'll do it." ... "I wanted to be one of the good guys. *pout* If only I hadn't met her. But she's just so hot. I can't help but become a supervillain."

JackStamper member

Tonx Stark still can't leave his armor out of fear he might die without his transistors. And since his excuses are terribly weak, and he simply takes money from his safe, he's quickly labeled a criminal. That is, until Hawkeye raids his lab in his absence and takes Pepper Potts hostage. He swoops in, safes her life, and is redeemed - at least for now. The same can't be said for the Black Widow, who is nabbed by the reds and brought back to Russia for interrogation. Very nice story! And nice to see a new dynamik in the comics for a longer period of time!

The Cap-Story is once again: "Look at me, I'm so great, and it's all skill!" Of course: It isn't, if you take into account he has the Super Soldier Serum inside him. But even ignoring that: We get it, Steve! You don't have to beat us over the head with how awesome Cap is! The story itself makes at least more sense than the last one...with Zemo as a main antagonist, so he's fighting against Zemos goons, and not some random thugs goons. But he's still fighting goons, while all the other Avengers fight super villains. Which...actually makes Cap look weaker. Oops.

brizzenden member

Maybe you'll remember better than me, but up to this point in the Marvel U was the Super Soldier Serum mentioned? Or else was it a later addition to the mythos? Note I haven't read the original 1940's Cap run.

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@brizzenden Probably not under that name, but his very first comic in Captain America #1 showed him as a weakling, before that experiment gave him big muscles. He clearly has artificial powers