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Name: Wyatt

Classification: supporting character supporting character  

Publisher(s): Marvel

First Appearance: Captain America (vol. 1) #154 (Oct. 1972): "The Falcon Fights Alone!"

Creators: Steve Englehart, Sal Buscema, John Verpoorten, Tony Mortellaro

Number of Appearances: 1

Enemy of: Bucky, Captain America

Ally: Rafe Michel

Location: Harlem, Manhattan, New York City, New York, USA

Race: black

Gender: male

Note: part of crowd that helped rescue Falcon

Wyatt was part of crowd of black Harlem residents who rescued Falcon from William Burnside and Jack Monroe (the Captain America and Bucky replacements from the 1950s).

After Jack's friend (a man wearing vertically-striped pants) convinces community leaders Rafe Michel and Leila Taylor to help rescue the Falcon from Burnside and Monroe, Rafe organizes a crowd and brings them to Tyler's Warehouse, where falcon is being held captive. Wyatt was one of the Harlem residents who were gathered by Rafe to form a crowd of people to mount a rescue.

Wyatt's name is identified in panel 4 on page 11 in Captain America (vol. 1) #154. After defeating the 1950s Bucky, the crowd watches as the 1950s Captain America grabs the Falcon (who he has captured in the hopes of forcing him to tell him where the real Captain America is) and tries to escape. Wyatt says: "The man's a coward, Rafe."

Rafe replies, "No lie, Wyatt! He's runnin' like a licked dog!"

This character is in the following story which has been indexed by this website:
Captain America (vol. 1) #154 (Oct. 1972): "The Falcon Fights Alone!"

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