Real Name: (first name unrevealed) McCloskey
Identity/Class: Human (World War II era)
Occupation: FBI agent
Group Membership: FBI (Agent
Affiliations: Captain America (Steve Rogers), FBI (Agent O'Brien, others), Walter "Old Man" Jameson
Enemies: Nazis (Fritz
Known Relatives: None
Base of Operations: Manhattan, New York, USA
First Appearance: Captain America I#255 (March, 1981)
Powers/Abilities: Agent McCloskey was a
skilled espionage agent and law officer. He carried a Tommy gun.
Height: 5'10" (by approximation)
Weight: 160 lbs. (by approximation)
History: (Captain America I#255 (fb)/Captain America & the Invaders: The
Bahamas Triangle#1) - As Captain America was defeating a group of
home-grown Nazis led by Fritz Klein-Schmidt, Agent McCloskey led a
group of FBI agents to apprehend the Nazis. Finding that Captain
America had defeated most of them, McCloskey ordered his men to have
Agent O'Brien bring the "wagon" around so they could arrest the Nazi
agents. When Fritz Klein-Schmidt made a run for it and Captain America
gave chase, McCloskey and his agents caught up to Cap just as Cap
knocked out Klein-Schmidt. McCloskey apprehended the remaining Nazi
agents and remarked that if they had more agents like Cap, they could
cut espionage by half.
(Captain America & the Invaders: The Bahamas Triangle#1) - As Captain America was straightening up his
mask, McCloskey informed Captain America that the FBI had received word
that he was to take Cap to LaGuardia Field to catch a plane. Once
inside the FBI squad car, McCloskey informed Captain America that the
plane would take Cap to Fort Lauderdale, Florida for an undercover
mission guarding President Franklin D. Roosevelt, who wanted to meet
with the Duke of Windsor in the Bahamas while disguising the meeting as
a fishing trip. The two soon arrived at LaGuardia Field and McCloskey
said his goodbyes to Cap, reminding him that his sailor disguise would
be on the plane.
Comments: Created by Roger Stern and John Byrne.
Profile by Proto-Man.
Agent McCloskey has no known connections to:
Agent O'Brien was an FBI agent working under Agent
McCloskey. When McCloskey and his agents caught a group of home-grown
Nazis being defeated by Captain America, McCloskey had his men tell
Agent O'Brien to bring the car around so the Nazis could be arrested.
--Captain America I#255 - BTS/Captain America & the Invaders: The Bahamas
Triangle#1 - BTS,
images: (without ads)
Captain America & the Invaders: The Bahamas Triangle#1, p4, pan5 (McCloskey, main image)
Captain America & the Invaders: The Bahamas Triangle#1, p6, pan4 (McCloskey headshot)
Captain America & the Invaders: The Bahamas Triangle#1, p2, pan3 (McCloskey with Tommy gun)
Captain America I#255, p14, pan3 (McCloskey arriving to apprehend Nazis)
Captain America I#255 (March, 1981) - Roger Stern (writer), John Byrne (art), Jim Salicrup (editor)
Captain America & the Invaders: The Bahamas Triangle#1 (September, 2019) - Roy Thomas (writer), Jerry Ordway (art), Tom Brevoort (editor)
First Posted: 10/23/2019
Last updated: 10/23/2019
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