Religion: not determined yet

Name: Cutler

Classification: villain villain  

Publisher(s): Marvel

First Appearance: Captain America (vol. 1) #162 (June 1973): "This Way Lies Madness!"

Creators: Steve Englehart, Sal Buscema, John Verpoorten

Number of Appearances: 1

Enemy of: Captain America, Falcon, Agent 13, Peggy Carter

Ally: Sturges
Employer: Dr. Faustus

Occupation: henchman

Location: Derby, Connecticut, USA

Race: white

Gender: male

Cutler and Sturges were two of the many henchmen who worked Dr. Faustus when he was based at the Lost Souls Asylum and Rest Home in Derby, Connecticut.

Dr. Faustus had Captain America's World War II-era girlfriend Peggy Carter there, where he was treating here in hopes of restoring her memory and using her knowledge to attack Captain America psychologically.

When Captain America and Falcon went to the rest home in an attempt to track down the whereabouts of Sharon Carter, they were attacked by Dr. Faustus's thugs, who doubled as security guards for the Asylum. These henchmen wore a sort of modern uniform. Presumably Cutler and Sturges were among the henchmen attacking Cap and Falcon at this point.

Later, Captain America and Falcon encounter at least 14 of Faustus's henchmen dressed as Nazi soldiers. (14 is how many we count on page 1.) These men are NOT real Nazis. They only dressed as Nazi soldiers as part of Faustus's psychological attack on Cap.

Dressed again in their modern uniforms, the henchmen battle Cap when he tries to free Peggy from being held by Faustus. It is in this scene that the names of Cutler and Sturges are identified.

In panel 6 on page 15 in Captain America (vol. 1) #162, Sturges tells his fellow henchman: "Careful, Cutler! The master said he saw Captain America on the monitor!"

Cutler replies: "I heard him too, Sturges! But since nobody with a star on his chest came past us up the stairs all day, I find it hard to swallow!"

This character is in the following story which has been indexed by this website:
Captain America (vol. 1) #162 (June 1973): "This Way Lies Madness!"