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Captain America (vol. 1) #149 (May 1972):
“All the Colors -- of Evil!”
by Gerry Conway, Sal Buscema, Jim Mooney

Captain America (vol. 1) #149

Title: “All the Colors -- of Evil!”

Medium: comic

Cover date: May 1972

Publisher: Marvel
Written by: Gerry Conway
Art by: Sal Buscema, Jim Mooney


25 characters in this story:

Character
(Click links for info about character
and his/her religious practice, affiliation, etc.)
Religious
Affiliation
Team(s)
[Notes]
Pub. #
app.
Captain America Captain America (Steve Rogers)
(lead character)
hero
CBR Scale: I Protestant
The Avengers; The Invaders...  Marvel Timely 5,992
Falcon Falcon (Sam Wilson) hero
CBR Scale: S Baptist
The Avengers; SHIELD Super-Agents...  Marvel 531
Batroc the Leaper Batroc the Leaper (Georges Batroc) villain
  Batroc's Brigade; Thunderbolts Army...  Marvel 129
Nick Fury Nick Fury
(pg. 3-5)
hero
CBR Scale: U secular
S.H.I.E.L.D.; The Howling Commandos...  Marvel 1,898
S.H.I.E.L.D. S.H.I.E.L.D. supporting character group
  [government agency; intelligence agency...] Marvel 1,188
Redwing Redwing hero
CBR Scale: I N.A.
Pet Avengers; falcon
[falcon; partner of Falcon (Sam Wilson)]
Marvel 128
Gunner
(pg. 1-3, 17-18)
villain
CBR Scale: S manifestly non-religious
[kidnapped children for Jakar] Marvel 1
Boss villain
CBR Scale: S manifestly non-religious
black
[kidnapped children for Jakar]
Marvel 1
unnamed kidnapper villain
CBR Scale: S manifestly non-religious
black
[kidnapped children for Jakar]
Marvel 1
Batroc's Brigade Batroc's Brigade villain group
CBR Scale: S manifestly non-religious
[squad of no-name hired muscle] Marvel 5
Leila Taylor Leila Taylor
(9-panel cameo, pg. 10-11)
supporting character
CBR Scale: M black supremacist
black
[Falcon's former girlfriend]
Marvel 50
Ducks
(6-panel cameo, pg. 16, panels 1-6)
supporting character
  black
[told Falcon about Jakar's child-snatching operation]
Marvel 1
Cowled Commander Sgt. Brian Muldoon
(4-panel cameo, pg. 6-7)
supporting character villain
  NYPD; Crime Wave (leader)
[Steve Rogers' superior officer in NYPD]
Marvel 11
Mrs. Santiago
(4-panel cameo, pg. 10-11)
supporting character
  Hispanic
[mother of Rico, Paul, Juan, kidnapped by Jakar]
Marvel 1
Agent 13 Agent 13 (Sharon Carter)
(2-panel cameo, pg. 5, panels 4, 6)
supporting character hero
CBR Scale: S Christian (denomination
unknown)
S.H.I.E.L.D.; Femme Force Marvel 262
Contessa Valentina Contessa Valentina
(2-panel cameo, pg. 5, panels 4, 6)
supporting character
  S.H.I.E.L.D.; Femme Force Marvel 146
Bob Courtney Bob Courtney
(2-panel cameo, pg. 7, panels 3-4)
supporting character
  NYPD
[Steve Rogers' police patrol partner]
Marvel 8
Rico Santiago
(2-panel cameo, pg. 18, panels 4-5)
supporting character
  Hispanic
[one of Mrs. Santiago's sons; kidnapped by Jakar]
Marvel 2
Sam Joe (Sam)
(1-panel cameo, pg. 5, panel 7) 
supporting character
  S.H.I.E.L.D.
[guards SHIELD barber shop secret entrance]
Marvel 15
Paul Santiago
(1-panel cameo, pg. 19, panel 4)
supporting character
  Hispanic
[one of Mrs. Santiago's sons; kidnapped by Jakar]
Marvel 2
Juan Santiago
(1-panel cameo, pg. 19, panel 4)
supporting character
  Hispanic
[one of Mrs. Santiago's sons; kidnapped by Jakar]
Marvel 3
Jakar
(1-panel cameo, pg. 21, panel 5) 
villain
CBR Scale: R alien
[impersonated The Stranger] Marvel 8
The Stranger The Stranger
(someone disguised or dressed as, pg. 21, panel 5) 
villain scientist
CBR Scale: M pseudo-cosmic entity
[1st app: The X-Men (vol. 1) #11 (May 1965)] Marvel 188
Adolf Hitler Adolf Hitler
(mentioned, pg. 4, panel 1) 
villain real/historical person
CBR Scale: D Nazi
[1st app: Uma Kaeru (1935)] Shochiku Kinema 1,593
The Fantastic Four The Fantastic Four
(mentioned, pg. 19, panel 6) 
hero group
  [1st app: The Fantastic Four (vol. 1) #1 (Nov. 1961)] Marvel 100