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Captain America Vol 7 (start date 2012) issue 01 (published 2012)

Art by John Romita Jr

Captain America Vol 7 (start date 2012) issue …

Captain America Vol 7 (start date 2012) issue 01 (published 2012)

Art by John Romita Jr

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What If? World War Hulk Vol 1 (start date 2010), issue #1 (published 2010)

Art by John Romita Jr, Marko Djurdjevic and Kai Spannuth

What if the heroes lost World War Hulk?

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What If? World War Hulk Vol 1 (start date 2010), issue #1 (published 2010)

Art by John Romita Jr, Marko Djurdjevic and Kai Spannuth

What if the heroes lost World War Hulk?

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Avengers Vol 4 (start date 2010) issue #5 (published 2010)

Art by John Romita Jr, Klaus Janson, Dean White and Leonel Castellani

Bucky Barnes, day 22

Some of Bucky’s time as Cap was spent working with the Avengers.

Bucky Barnes, day 22 Some of Bucky’s time as …

Avengers Vol 4 (start date 2010) issue #5 (published 2010)

Art by John Romita Jr, Klaus Janson, Dean White and Leonel Castellani

Bucky Barnes, day 22

Some of Bucky’s time as Cap was spent working with the Avengers.

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Captain America Vol 7 (start date 2012) issue 04 (published 2013); art by John Romita Jr

Captain America Vol 7 (start date 2012), issue 16 (published 2014); art by Nic Klein

Jet Black

Jet was raised to be a despot from an early age by her father, the evil geneticist Arnim Zola. She was swayed by Steve Roger’s moral exhortations, despite the fact that he kidnapped Jet’s brother and raised him as his own. Jet helped Steve escape the hellscape dimension she was meant to rule, and struggled with what her destiny should be in the prime Marvel universe.

Jet Black

Captain America Vol 7 (start date 2012) issue 04 (published 2013); art by John Romita Jr

Captain America Vol 7 (start date 2012), issue 16 (published 2014); art by Nic Klein

Jet Black

Jet was raised to be a despot from an early age by her father, the evil geneticist Arnim Zola. She was swayed by Steve Roger’s moral exhortations, despite the fact that he kidnapped Jet’s brother and raised him as his own. Jet helped Steve escape the hellscape dimension she was meant to rule, and struggled with what her destiny should be in the prime Marvel universe.

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Captain America Vol 7 (start date 2012), issue #7 (published 2013)

Art by John Romita Jr


Nomad November Day 24, Nomad #5: Ian Rogers

Zola got his hands on his biological son again (whom he called Leopold) when the boy was about 13 years old. Steve soon attempted a rescue, only to discover that Ian/Leopold had been brainwashed and was prepared to kill Steve. 

Steve reminded the young man that neither one of them had to repeat the mistakes of their abusive fathers. Steve reminded him that they could choose to be different, kinder people than their fathers had been. Steve emphasized that Ian/Leopold could choose his own name, and that Steve would respect his choice. The young man chose to be called Ian, and refused to kill Steve. 

A battle ensued, where Zola’s stranglehold on the planet was destroyed, and Steve was sent back home… but he believed both Ian and Sharon to be dead. 


Despite an evil biological father, a brutal childhood, and repeated displacements in space and reality, Ian Rogers embraced his adopted father’s teachings on embodying hope and compassionately fighting for those in harm’s way.

Nomad November Day 24, Nomad #5: Ian RogersZo…

Captain America Vol 7 (start date 2012), issue #7 (published 2013)

Art by John Romita Jr


Nomad November Day 24, Nomad #5: Ian Rogers

Zola got his hands on his biological son again (whom he called Leopold) when the boy was about 13 years old. Steve soon attempted a rescue, only to discover that Ian/Leopold had been brainwashed and was prepared to kill Steve. 

Steve reminded the young man that neither one of them had to repeat the mistakes of their abusive fathers. Steve reminded him that they could choose to be different, kinder people than their fathers had been. Steve emphasized that Ian/Leopold could choose his own name, and that Steve would respect his choice. The young man chose to be called Ian, and refused to kill Steve. 

A battle ensued, where Zola’s stranglehold on the planet was destroyed, and Steve was sent back home… but he believed both Ian and Sharon to be dead. 


Despite an evil biological father, a brutal childhood, and repeated displacements in space and reality, Ian Rogers embraced his adopted father’s teachings on embodying hope and compassionately fighting for those in harm’s way.