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Captain America (vol. 1) #240 (Dec. 1979):
“Gang Wars!”
by Paul Kupperberg, Alan Kupperberg, Don Perlin

Captain America (vol. 1) #240

Title: “Gang Wars!”

Medium: comic

Cover date: Dec. 1979

Publisher: Marvel
Written by: Paul Kupperberg, Alan Kupperberg
Art by: Alan Kupperberg, Don Perlin


21 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
Mafia Mafia
(details, pg. 11, 13, 15-17) 
villain group real/historical person
  [crime syndicate] Marvel DC 118
Bernie villain
  The Coney Island Cruisers Marvel 1
Big Thunder villain
  The Coney Island Cruisers (leader) Marvel 1
Bobo villain
  The Coney Island Cruisers Marvel 1
Bruno villain
  Mafia Marvel 1
Ernie villain
  The Coney Island Cruisers Marvel 1
Mr. Fields villain
  Mafia Marvel 1
Jacob Kirsch supporting character
  [retired] Marvel 1
Weasel villain
  The Coney Island Cruisers Marvel 1
Georgie villain
  The Coney Island Cruisers Marvel 2
Cliff villain
  The Coney Island Cruisers Marvel 1
The Coney Island Cruisers villain group
  [gang] Marvel 2
Duffy's Bar and Grill
(pg. 4-7)
supporting character group
  [bar; restaurant] Marvel 1
Duffy
(business/store name, pg. 4, panel 2) 
supporting character
  [business owner] Marvel 1
Nazis Nazis
(mentioned, pg. 5, panels 2-3) 
villain group real/historical person
CBR Scale: D Nazi
[generic WWII Nazis] Timely Marvel, etc. 4,222
NYPD NYPD
(mentioned, pg. 17, panel 4) 
supporting character group real/historical person
  [police department] Marvel DC 1,396
The Avengers The Avengers
(mentioned, pg. 4, panel 1) 
hero group
  [1st app: The Avengers (vol. 1) #1 (Sep. 1963)] Marvel 100
The Bowery Boys The Bowery Boys
(mentioned, pg. 9, panel 1) 
group lead character
  [1st app: Dead End (1935)] Monogram Pictures 48
Mrs. Kirsch
(mentioned, pg. 3, panel 4) 
supporting character
  [wife of Jacob Kirsch (a man Captain America helped)] Marvel 1
Fearless Fosdick Fearless Fosdick
(mentioned, pg. 5, panel 3) 
hero comic strip character
  [long-running parody of Dick Tracy] United Feature Syndicate 1