Religion: indeterminate

Name: Mac

Classification: supporting character supporting character  

Publisher(s): Marvel

First Appearance: Captain America (vol. 1) #116 (Aug. 1969): "Far Worse Than Death!"

Creators: Stan Lee, Gene Colan, Joe Sinnott

Number of Appearances: 1

Teams/Affiliations: NYPD

Ally: Bill

Occupation: police

Location: New York City, New York, USA

Gender: male

Note: chased Captain America in form of Red Skull

Mac was one of the police officers who chased Captain America - when his mind was in the body of the Red Skull. The police did not realize that they were chasing a hero; they thought they were chasing one of the world's most notorious and dangerous villains.

Captain America (in the Red Skull's body) wanted to get to the Avengers Mansion to see if he could get help, but local police (including Mac) spotted him and gave chase. Cap "borrowed" an empty car and a highway chase ensued, with the police in hot pursuit.

Mac's name is identified in panel 4 on page 10 in Captain America (vol. 1) #116. Mac's partner's name is Bill. The two of them are part of a police road block trying to catch Captain America (as the Skull), but Cap drives on the embankment on the side of the freeway and goes around the road block. Bill and Mac then give chase in their police car. Mac says: "I still don't get it! Why would the Skull put himself out on a limb like this? From all I've read about 'im, it's just not his style!"

Bill replies: "You're right, Mac! He's usually got a pocket-sized army backing him up! ...with a dozen escape routes all worked out in advance!

Mac's name is also identified in panel 2 on page 11 in Captain America (vol. 1) #116. A police office (Mac) in a pursuing police car says: "He'll HAVE to slow down now... the traffic'll stat thickening as soon as they near the toll booths!"

Another officer in the same car responds: "Guess again, Mac! He's handling those wheels like they're part of him!"

This character is in the following story which has been indexed by this website:
Captain America (vol. 1) #116 (Aug. 1969): "Far Worse Than Death!"

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