Captain America’s weight was incorrectly listed as 220lbs. It should be 240lbs as previously stated in the original OHotMU and OHotMU Deluxe Edition #2...Thanks to michael cray for pointing this out.
Citizen V & V-Battalion
This entry described Vantage of the Thunderbolts as being the grand-daughter of Paulette Brazee, lover of the wartime Citizen V (John Watkins). This is based on information supplied in CAPTAIN AMERICA/CITIZEN V 1998 Annual, where it is revealed that after the death of Citizen V, Paulette Brazee found a new love, and married him. Then in THUNDERBOLTS #42, we learn that Riordan's grandfather was a member of the post-WW II V-Battalion who died in action, that her father was Jimmy Riordan, and that Dallas was given the mantle of Citizen V by V-Battalion head Roger Aubrey, who describes it as her "grandfather's inheritance". All of this leads to the conclusion based on available information that Dallas' grandmother was Brazee. There was nothing definite printed to contradict it. Though THUNDERBOLTS writer Fabian Nicieza has since stated when asked that he intended it to be read otherwise, the Handbooks went with the information available to them at that time. However, given the author's strong statements, should this be referenced in future handbooks, Vantage will not be listed as being the grand-daughter of Paulette Brazee.
His real name should have been Frank Bohannan and not "Frank Bohannon". It was previously spelled as "Bohannon" in an issue, however his introduction and OHOTMU Update ’89 #2 spelled it "Bohannan".
Zerstorer should have been added to Known Aliases
Education should have said “degree in psychology” instead of “degree in psychiatry”…Thanks to trey673 for pointing this out.
Grand Director’s weight was incorrectly listed as 220lbs. It should be 240lbs as previously stated in the OHotMU Deluxe Edition #17...Thanks to michael cray for pointing this out.
Under Real Name, it should have been listed as "Unrevealed; legally changed to Steven Rogers" since the name "Steven Rogers" wasn't really an aliases, but his actual name due to legally changing it after he received plastic surgery to look like Captain America (Steve Rogers).
Under Aliases, “Steven Rogers” should not have been listed as an alias since it was his legally changed name.