Real Name: Hector Lennox
Identity/Class: Human mutate
formerly bodyguard, publicity stuntman/employee/aide-de-camp of the Super-Patriot (John Walker), wrestler, US Army soldier
Group Membership: Formerly BUCkies (Lemar Hoskins,
Jerome Johnson), Unlimited Class Wrestling Federation, US Army (Lemar Hoskins, Jerome Johnson, John Walker, others)
Affiliations: Candy, Mrs. Lennox, Dr. Oratz, Power Broker, Inc., Right-Winger (Jerome Johnson), Ethan Thurm;
formerly Lemar Hoskins, Super-Patriot (John Walker)
Enemies: Battlestar (Lemar Hoskins), Captain America (Steve
Rogers), Captain America (John Walker), Commission on Superhuman Activities, NYPD, the US Secret Service
Known Relatives: Mrs. Lennox (mother), unidentified father
Aliases: "Hec" (nickname), "Lefty," "You Knucklehead" (insult from Jerome Johnson)
Base of Operations: Mobile;
formerly Gleason's Gym, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA; New York, USA; Chicago, Illinois, USA; Baltimore, Maryland, USA
First Appearance: (unidentified member of the
BUCkies): Captain America I#323 (November, 1986);
(as Hector Lennox, first name revealed): Captain America I#327 (March, 1987);
(as Left-Winger): Captain America I#341 (May, 1988)
Powers/Abilities: Left-Winger possessed superhuman strength, allowing him to lift/press up to 10 tons and smash bricks with ease. He also possessed superhuman durability, stamina and reflexes, allowing him to go toe-to-toe with superhumanly strong opponents.
The Power Broker's strength-augmentation process also left him with enhanced speed and agility.
Left-Winger utilized a Tinkerer-designed torch-sword that could generate a foot-long fiery "blade" with the touch of a button that could burn through two-inch thick steel within seconds.
As one of the BUCkies, Hector Lennox wielded an automatic firearm.
Weight: 265 lbs.
History: (Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe: Update '89 I#4 - Left-Winger entry (fb) - BTS) - Hector Lennox was born in Chicago, Illinois (see comments).
(Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe: Master
Edition I#23 - Left-Winger entry (fb) - BTS) - Lennox graduated high
school and became a moderately skilled street fighter.
(Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe: Update '89 I#4 - Left-Winger entry (fb) - BTS) - Eventually joining the US Army,
Lennox served four years but became somewhat disillusioned after seeing
no action during a time of peace.
(Captain America I#341 (fb) - BTS) - While in the Army, Lennox befriended Jerome Johnson, Lemar Hoskins and John Walker.
(Captain America I#383/3 (fb) - BTS) - Best friends
with John Walker, Hector Lennox occasionally shared booze, fun and even
women with Walker.
(Captain America I#381/2 (fb)) - Shortly after
getting out of US Army service, Hector Lennox met Jerome Johnson, Lemar
Hoskins and John Walker at a bar in Maryland, where they discussed what
their plans were now that they were out of the service. After Hoskins
mentioned returning to Chicago to look for work and Walker seemed
unsure, wishing he had seen some action in the service, their
conversation was interrupted by a man who admitted to noticing their
physical appearances. Lennox quickly asked the man to get to the point
of what he was pitching or get lost, the man revealed that he was
pitching Power Broker, Inc., a company that provided its customers with
power. Admitting that the man's pitch sounded too good to be true,
Lennox remarked that if he did have super powers, he would not waste
them like the heroes in New York did. The man managed to talk the four
men into checking Power Broker, Inc. out and gave them each a one-way
bus ticket to Los Angeles. Figuring it couldn't hurt to check out,
Lennox and the others went to Los Angeles and spent nearly a day
filling out paperwork and having medical exams.
(Captain America I#341 (fb) - BTS) - Hector Lennox ultimately went through the strength-augmenting process performed by Power Broker, Inc.
(Captain America I#381/2 (fb) - BTS) - Now possessing
superhuman strength, stamina and durability, Lennox and the others
still owed payment to the Power Broker for services rendered and they
visited Power Broker, Inc.'s job counselor, who suggested they join the
Unlimited Class Wrestling Federation to earn money to pay the Power
Broker back. While at the Unlimited Class tryouts, Lennox and the
others were approached by talent scout Ethan Thurm, who offered to
become the four men's manager. Taking Thurm to lunch, Lennox, Walker,
Hoskins and Johnson discussed ideas and Walker brought up the idea of
becoming a costumed hero like Captain America.
(Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe: Update '89 I#4 - Left-Winger entry (fb) - BTS) - Lennox nonetheless briefly joined the Unlimited Class Wrestling Federation as a wrestler, receiving rigorous hand-to-hand combat and wrestling training.
(Gamer's Handbook of the Marvel Universe Vol. 6: 1990
Character Updates - Left-Winger & Right-Winger entry (fb) - BTS) -
Lennox became a talented wrestler.
(Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe: Update '89
I#4 - Left-Winger entry (fb) - BTS) - When John Walker returned as the
costumed Super-Patriot and asked Lennox to join his proposed Bold Urban
Commandos (BUCkies), Lennox joined and was given a variation of the
classic Captain America costume and told to pretend to support Captain
America (Steve Rogers).
(Captain America I#323 (fb) - BTS) - John Walker practiced against Hector Lennox, Jerome Johnson and Lemar Hoskins in his own costumed identity of Super-Patriot in hopes of performing publicity stunts. Eventually, Walker decided to have Lennox and the others publicly debut themselves as the BUCkies.
(Captain America I#381/2 (fb) - BTS) - Ethan Thurm
arranged to get Super-Patriot and the BUCkies (including Lennox) guest
shots on stage at various rock concerts but when Thurm suggested staging
a fight between Super-Patriot and the BUCkies, Super-Patriot grew
angry, feeling as if Captain America never had to stage his own fights,
but Thurm suggested that Captain America had indeed staged fights for
show business purposes. Lennox and the others were ultimately talked
into staging a fight by Thurm.
(Captain America I#323/Captain America I#328 (fb)) -
During a public rally by the Super-Patriot, Hector Lennox joined Lemar
Hoskins and Jerome Johnson as the BUCkies and pretended to attack
Super-Patriot, calling him a traitor as part of a public relations
stunt. Pointing a gun at Super-Patriot alongside Johnson, Lennox kept
Super-Patriot in place as Hoskins berated Super-Patriot for speaking
against Captain America. Hoskins then publicly announced his group as
the Bold Urban Commandos (or BUCkies for short) and proclaimed the
group as Captain America's deputies following Cap's recent defeat of
ULTIMATUM terrorists. As Steve Rogers fought his way through the crowd
in an attempt to stop the BUCkies, Super-Patriot publicly denounced the
BUCkies and fought back, hurling Lennox into Johnson before Lennox
returned to fight back alongside Hoskins. Super-Patriot then punched
Lennox and defeated the BUCkies as the police arrived and Super-Patriot
allowed the police to handle the situation from there, publicly
praising them for their good work. The BUCkies were then seemingly
arrested and John Walker later met with his manager Ethan Thurm, whom
he told that he had a lot of practice against the BUCkies when Thurm
commended Walker on his successful exhibition earlier that day. During
the dinner, Captain America showed up in disguise and warned Walker
that staged theatrics were no way to become a symbol of liberty before
demanding Walker promise not to use the BUCkies in any future publicity
stunts that might endanger lives. Walker grew angry but Thurm suggested
letting Cap leave, commenting that he had another idea in mind and
looked for a phone to call the BUCkies. A short time later, Lennox and
the other BUCkies attacked Steve Rogers outside with Lennox slamming
into Rogers' portfolio which housed Cap's shield. Noticing the
superhuman strength of the BUCkies, Rogers managed to use their
momentum against and defeat them, asking them to stay put while he
called the police.
(Captain America I#327 (fb) - BTS/Captain America I#328 (fb) - BTS) - Lennox and the other BUCkies traveled the United States, committing unlawful acts in an attempt to darken the view of patriotism. Captain America soon began to track the BUCkies.
(Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe: Update '89
I#4 - Left-Winger entry (fb) - BTS) - As part of the BUCkies, Lennox
began a public anti-terrorism campaign, intimidating and attacking
foreigners despite no evidence of the foreigners committing terrorist
(Captain America I#327) - Lennox and the other BUCkies attacked a college's International House, where Jerome Johnson stopped Lemar Hoskins short of killing an Algerian staying there. After leaving the man with a warning to get out of the country, Hoskins asked Johnson if Lennox was all set on his end and Johnson led Hoskins to regroup with Lennox, who was spray-painting a misspelling of "foreign scum" on the House's sign. Hoskins then misspelled "foreigners go home" in gasoline on the grass and lit the fire but when Johnson remarked on the misspellings, Lennox claimed he used the American spelling of the word. When the campus police showed up, Lennox and the BUCkies ran for it, warning all "traitors" to beware the Bold Urban Commandos. The BUCkies then met up with Super-Patriot several blocks away and got into his limousine. When Super-Patriot asked how it went, the BUCkies explained that their stunt went without a hitch and Super-Patriot offered them beers before telling the chauffeur, Candy, to step on it. As Lennox sat in the car, Johnson suggested Super-Patriot accompany them to a campus stunt sometime but Super-Patriot remarked that his agent found it best to let the public think he was on his own while the BUCkies were associated with the real Captain America. The real Cap soon arrived on campus and informed the police about the BUCkies and how he had tracked them to campus. Visiting his old flame Bernie Rosenthal on campus, Rogers informed her about the BUCkies and learned that Super-Patriot would be appearing at the Americaid concert that weekend in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Later visiting the Americaid concert, Captain America confronted Super-Patriot and revealed his knowledge that the BUCkies were on Super-Patriot's payroll, sparking an hour-long fight between the two.
(Captain America I#333) - When John Walker was offered the position of Captain America after Steve Rogers resigned, Ethan Thurm began discussing some of Walker's potential terms for accepting the position, including hiring Lennox and the BUCkies as back ups for Walker. That night, after Walker attempted to contact Steve Rogers through Captain America's Hotline to meet him at the Lincoln Memorial, Lennox and the other BUCkies seemingly attacked Super-Patriot there. Lennox went in to grab Super-Patriot but was hurled over Super-Patriot's head and following a brief dogpile on Super-Patriot, Super-Patriot laughed and asked to be let up now that the BUCkies had their fun. When Lemar Hoskins asked about whether or not Super-Patriot had been offered the position of Captain America, Walker replied that it was true but assured Lennox and the BUCkies that he would not be leaving them behind if he accepted the position. After Walker accepted and spent a day training against the government operatives Freedom Force, he visited a poker game between Thurm, Hoskins, Lennox and Johnson and revealed to them he had accepted the position. Three days later, Walker visited the Commission on Superhuman Activities, where he was told he would have to drop Thurm as his manager and that two of the three BUCkies did not meet FBI approval to continue assisting Walker as Captain America.
(Captain America I#334) - Angry that Walker and then
Lemar Hoskins were forced to leave him, Lennox and Johnson behind to
become the new Captain America and Bucky, Ethan Thurm bombarded Dr.
Valerie Cooper with phone calls and eventually threatened to go to the
press about Walker if Walker did not meet him and the others at a bar
at midnight. That night, Thurm and Lennox met Walker and Hoskins at the
Sand Bar, where Thurm suggested blackmailing Walker's government
contacts for a million dollars in exchange for keeping quiet about
their new Captain America's identity and how he was not the original
Cap. Walker nearly beat Thurm, much to Lennox's shock, for even
threatening blackmail but Hoskins calmed Walker and Thurm gave Walker
until noon the following Friday to get back to him or risk his identity
going public to the press. As they left the Sand Bar, Walker and
Hoskins discussed the idea of beating Thurm up to keep him quiet but
Walker admitted that he didn't want to have to fight Thurm's bodyguards
Lennox and Johnson, as they were buddies. After later deciding that he
would have to do something about Thurm on his own, Walker arranged to
meet Thurm, Lennox and Johnson at the Sand Bar again the following
night and Lennox attended the meeting as Thurm's bodyguard alongside
Johnson. Walker and Hoskins busted up the Sand Bar while wearing Vault
Guardsman armor to disguise their identity and grabbed Thurm, who
pleaded with Lennox and Johnson to save him. Despite warnings to stay
out of the matter, Lennox and Johnson nonetheless attacked Walker and
Hoskins and Lennox was punched backward by the armored Hoskins. While
Walker threatened Thurm to drop his blackmail scheme, Lennox was
punched through the wall of the Sand Bar by Hoskins and the battle soon
ended when Walker accidentally blasted Johnson with the Guardsman's
repulsors. The two disguised heroes then fled the scene, leaving the
injured Johnson to be taken care of by Thurm and Lennox.
(Captain America I#341/2/Captain America I#382/2
(fb)/USAgent I#1 (fb)) - During a press conference to announce Walker as the new Captain
America and his partner Hoskins, who had now taken the codename of
Battlestar, Hector Lennox and Jerome Johnson appeared via helicopter
and announced themselves as Left-Winger and Right-Winger, respectively.
Proclaiming they were new heroes exercising their right to free speech,
Left-Winger and Right-Winger publicly revealed the new Captain America
as John F. Walker of Custer's Grove, Georgia, prompting Captain America
to fight back and accuse the two of being traitors. During the ensuing
fight, Battlestar squared off against Left-Winger, remarking that he
thought Lennox had more sense to attack them in public. When
Left-Winger spouted a racial slur at Battlestar, he was punched in the
face but shrugged off the attack, reminding Battlestar that he had went
through the same strength-augmenting process that Battlestar had. As
the fight continued, Left-Winger gloated that he was glad to see the
government had not taught Battlestar to fight any better than he used
to while the public thought the entire fight was staged. The fight was
soon broke up by Secret Service agents who had gotten their political
charges to safety, and as Left-Winger and Right-Winger were arrested,
they smiled and Right-Winger remarked that they had still managed to
upstage Walker and that they would figure out a way to publicly reveal
Battlestar's identity as well.
(Captain America I#347 (fb) - BTS) - Ethan Thurm
posted Left-Winger and Right-Winger's bail and the two were freed. As a
subsequent result of Left-Winger and Right-Winger's public outing of
the new Captain America's identity, the vigilante Watchdogs killed
Walker's parents, prompting a vengeance-seeking Walker to search for
Left-Winger and Right-Winger.
(Captain America I#347/Captain America I#382/2 (fb)/USAgent I#3 (fb)) - Captain America (John Walker) visited the home of Left-Winger's mother, terrifying her dog Alfie, and informed her that the next time he saw Hector Lennox, he would be a dead man, prompting the shocked Mrs. Lennox to phone Hector and warn him. Unaware of the encounter, Left-Winger trained against Right-Winger in Las Vegas' Gleason's Gym until Ethan Thurm received the phone call from Mrs. Lennox, which Left-Winger answered by jumping out of the wrestling ring. Upon hearing the news about Captain America from his mother, an angry Left-Winger slammed the phone down so hard that he busted it and yelled about Walker threatening his mother. Ethan Thurm remarked that he couldn't blame Walker for being mad after his parents were killed as a result of Left-Winger and Right-Winger's public outing of his secret identity and Left-Winger quickly reminded Thurm that it was his idea for them to get revenge on being left out when Walker became Captain America. Feeling as if they had to stop Walker for good, Left-Winger urged Johnson and Thurm to travel to find Walker and during the trip, Lennox remarked that if Walker threatened his father as well, he would make sure it was the last thing Walker ever did. Worried, Thurm remarked that he could post their bail for disturbing the peace every so often but not for murder charges, but Lennox assured Thurm that they only wanted to stop Walker for threatening their families and would only kill in self-defense. A short time later, when Captain America visited a Dallas, Texas construction to threaten Right-Winger's father, Left-Winger and Right-Winger attacked, claiming Cap could threaten them in person. Vengeance-crazed, Captain America savagely attacked Left-Winger and Right-Winger, punching them in the face and hurling Left-Winger into a group of nearby barrels. Recovering, Left-Winger hit Cap with one of the barrels then savagely fought back himself, punching Cap in the face then the stomach. While attacking, Left-Winger admitted that Right-Winger might be willing to call off the attack as long as Walker stopped threatening their families but he wanted Walker mangled and broken. Walker next managed to grab Left-Winger with his legs and plow him face-first into the ground before kicking him aside. After Right-Winger inadvertently caused an explosion by driving a gasoline truck at Walker, he was picked out of the wreckage by Walker, who continued his attack, prompting Left-Winger to jump back into the fight to save his partner. Pulling out of his torch-sword, Left-Winger slashed Walker's back but was quickly forced to drop the torch-sword or risk Walker breaking his wrist. Left-Winger did as ordered but Walker nonetheless punched Left-Winger in the face. Badly beaten, Left-Winger begged for mercy and Walker opted to show the two mercy by tying them up and hanging them from an oil tanker. Giving Left-Winger his torch-sword back, Walker told Left-Winger that he would live if he could manage to cut through his ropes before Right-Winger's torch-sword ignited the oil tanker. The two quickly struggled to free themselves and Left-Winger managed to get one of his arms free moments before the oil tanker exploded as Walker walked away, never looking back.
(Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe: Update '89
I#4 - Left-Winger entry - BTS/Captain America I#382/2 (fb) - BTS) -
Left-Winger and Right-Winger were left near dead by the oil tanker
explosion, barely surviving in a comatose state due to the Power
Broker's strength-augmentation process and they were soon taken to a
hospital in Dallas, Texas.
(Captain America I#383/3 (fb) - BTS) - Arriving at the hospital with severe burns that cost them their eyes, ears and two-thirds of their skin, Left-Winger and Right-Winger were still conscious but laryngeal edema soon made their heads dangerously swell. Due to the Power Broker's strength-augmentation process, both Left-Winger and Right-Winger remained alive but had to be constantly cared for by the hospital to survive, including daily immersion in water and IV tubes for nourishment. Eventually, scar tissue formed over their burns and Left-Winger and Right-Winger were left immobile by the scar tissue.
(Captain America I#350 - BTS/USAgent I#3 (fb)) - Despite having burns over 90% of his body, Left-Winger was taken off the hospital's critical list. Questioned by the Commission on Superhuman Activities, Left-Winger refused to verify Walker's presence at the oil refinery or press charges against Walker. Upon hearing this, the Commission was unsure if Left-Winger was refusing out of fear of further reprisals from Walker.
(Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe: Update '89 I#4 - Left-Winger entry - BTS) - Despite their crippling medical states, Left-Winger and Right-Winger were placed on the list of patients in stable condition.
Handbook of the Marvel Universe: Master Edition I#23 - Left-Winger
entry - BTS) - By three months following the oil tanker explosion, the
burns from the explosion and subsequent scar tissue had left
Left-Winger with third degree burns covering 90% of his body.
(Captain America I#383/3 (fb) - BTS) - Realizing they
would never see or hear again, that they would need full-time medical
care since the Power Broker's strength-augmentation prevented their
natural deaths and that even with plastic surgery, they would appear
grotesque, both Left-Winger and Right-Winger took their own lives,
their own superhuman strength preventing the hospital from stopping the
(Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe: Master
Edition I#23 - Left-Winger entry - BTS) - Left-Winger was pronounced
dead in Houston, Texas.
(Captain America I#383/3 (fb) - BTS) - Following his death, Hector Lennox had a closed casket
funeral. Later seeing simulacra of Left-Winger and Right-Winger among
Immortus' Legion of the Unliving, USAgent used the Avengers' datanet to
look up the hospital where Left-Winger and Right-Winger had been taken
and met with the former burn ward head Dr. Oratz, who informed USAgent
of the horrible disfigurement and ultimate suicide Left-Winger and
Right-Winger had suffered. Insisting to himself that Left-Winger and
Right-Winger's deaths had to have been faked, USAgent departed to find
(Captain America I#383/3 - BTS) - Upon finding Hector
Lennox's grave, USAgent dug into it with his shield, still thinking
that the corpse inside must be fake. Unfortunately, once he opened the
casket, USAgent found Hector Lennox's horribly disfigured body inside
and the emotional USAgent ran off, thinking about how he had never
meant to cost Left-Winger his life. At first crazed with mourning
emotions, USAgent found a scarecrow and thought the lighter near it was
meant for his own self-sacrifice to atone for Left-Winger and
Right-Winger's deaths but USAgent ultimately decided to continue his
heroic life and seek redemption that way.
Comments: Created by Mark Gruenwald, Paul Neary and John Beatty.
A simulacrum of Left-Winger was a member of Immortus' Legion of the Unliving in
Avengers West Coast I#61 (1990). Some online sources list this as an
actual appearance of Left-Winger (likely based on how USAgent mentions
their "appearance" there in Captain America I#383 & Left-Winger's
OHotMU: Master Edition profile listing the Legion of the Unliving as a
former group affiliation & that USAgent had "killed" the Legion
members, not realizing they were authentic) but Wasp specifically
mentions in that
Avengers West Coast I#61 issue that Immortus' Legion weren't truly living beings but rather, some sort
of simulacra pulled out of time and controlled by Immortus (which
matches how simulacra were used in previous Legion incarnations).
USAgent had not heard of Left-Winger's suicide as that time so he would
not have known for sure they weren't simulacra at the time and he later
learned that the true Left-Winger and Right-Winger had remained
hospitalized following their burns suffered in the oil tanker
explosion. This revelation of their constant hospitalization supports
the idea that the Legion members were just simulacra, especially since
USAgent killed the Legion member versions. They could not have been
there to be killed if they were in the hospital at the time and they
could not have been plucked from time prior to their hospitalizations
because their suicides would not have occurred if USAgent had killed
the real Left-Winger and Right-Winger chronologically earlier than they
were hospitalized. Plus, the Legion of the Unliving's later OHotMU
profile mentions only that "incarnations" of Left-Winger and
Right-Winger were members. Therefore,
it seems likely that Avengers West Coast I#61 would not be an
appearance of Left-Winger but rather, his
simulacrum who was part of that Legion of the Unliving.
Left-Winger's OHotMU: Master Edition profile states
that he was born and died in Houston, Texas. Since his Place of Birth
had been previously established as Chicago, Illinois, it seems to me
that perhaps the Place of Birth in the Master Edition profile was an
error, possibly due to its proximity to the Place of Death section. The
information might have accidentally been duplicated with the Place of Birth intended
to actually be Chicago.
Profile by Proto-Man.
Left-Winger has no known connections to:
Alfie was the dog belonging to Hector Lennox's
mother, Mrs. Lennox. When Captain America (John Walker) visited Mrs.
Lennox, Alfie immediately sensed an intruder and began howling and
barking. When Mrs. Lennox opened the door, however, a terrified Alfie
ran for it and hid under a chair in the kitchen.
Mrs. Lennox was the mother of Hector Lennox and she
lived in Park Ridge, Illinois, never informed that Hector had went
through the Power Broker's strength-augmenting process due to her heart
condition. After Hector aided in publicly revealing the new Captain
America's identity as John Walker, resulting in Walker's parents'
deaths, Mrs. Lennox was visited by Walker, who warned Mrs. Lennox that
the next time he saw Hector, Hector would be a dead man. Terrified,
Mrs. Lennox phoned Hector in Las Vegas to check on him and inform him
of what had happened.
--Captain America I#347
images: (without ads)
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe: Update '89 I#4, p33, Left-Winger entry (Left-Winger, main image)
Captain America I#347, p9, pan6 (Left-Winger, unmasked headshot)
Captain America I#323, p13, pan1 (Hector Lennox as one of the BUCkies)
Captain America I#341, p12, pan6 (Lennox's debut as Left-Winger)
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe: Master Edition I#23, Left-Winger main image (Left-Winger standing)
USAgent I#3, p14, pan2 (Right-Winger in intensive care unit)
Captain America I#347, p2, splash page (Alfie)
Captain America I#347, p1, pan2 (Mrs. Lennox)
Captain America I#323 (November, 1986) - Mark Gruenwald (writer), Paul Neary (pencils), John Beatty (finishes), Don Daley (editor)
Captain America I#327 (March, 1987) - Mark Gruenwald (writer), Paul Neary (pencils), John Beatty (finishes), Don Daley (editor)
Captain America I#328 (April, 1987) - Mark Gruenwald (writer), Paul Neary, Vince Colletta (art), Don Daley (editor)
Captain America I#333 (September, 1987) - Mark Gruenwald (writer), Tom Morgan (pencils), Dave Hunt (inks), Don Daley (editor)
Captain America I#334 (October, 1987) - Mark Gruenwald (writer), Tom Morgan (pencils), Dave Hunt (inks), Don Daley (editor)
Captain America I#341 (May, 1988) - "Free Speech" story - Mark Gruenwald (writer), Kieron Dwyer (pencils), Al Milgrom (inks), Ralph Macchio (editor)
Captain America I#347 (November, 1988) - Mark Gruenwald (writer), Kieron Dwyer (pencils), Al Milgrom (inks), Ralph Macchio (editor)
Captain America I#350 (February, 1989) - Mark Gruenwald (writer), Kieron Dwyer (pencils), Al Milgrom (inks), Ralph Macchio (editor)
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe: Update '89 I#4 (October, 1989) - Peter Sanderson (writer, research), Kieron Dwyer (Left-Winger entry art), Josef Rubinstein (inks), Gregory Wright (editor)
Gamer's Handbook of the Marvel Universe Vol. 6: 1990 Character Updates (1990) - David E. Martin, Chris Mortika, Scott Davis, William Tracy, Raymond Maddox (writers), the Marvel Bullpen (interior illustrations), Richard Steinberg, Steven E. Schend (editors)
Captain America I#381 (January, 1991) - "Ask Not What Your Country Can Do for You..." story - Mark Gruenwald (writer), Mark Bagley (pencils), Dan Panosian (inks), Ralph Macchio (editor)
Captain America I#382 (February, 1991) - "Thanks for the Memories" story - Mark Gruenwald (writer), Mark Bagley (pencils), Dan Panosian (inks), Ralph Macchio (editor)
Captain America I#383 (March, 1991) - "Man of Straw" story - Mark Gruenwald (writer), Mark Bagley (breakdowns), Dan Panosian (finishes), Ralph Macchio (editor)
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe: Master Edition I#23 (October, 1992) - Glenn Herdling, Peter Sanderson, Murray Ward (writers), Keith Pollard (pencils), Josef Rubinstein (inks), Tom Brevoort (editor)
USAgent I#1 (June, 1993) - Mark Gruenwald (writer), M.C. Wyman (pencils), Keith Williams (inks), Nel Yomtov (editor)
USAgent I#3 (August, 1993) - Mark Gruenwald (writer), M.C. Wyman (pencils), Keith Williams (inks), Nel Yomtov (editor)
First Posted: 02/26/2019
Last updated: 02/26/2019
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