Captain America appears in 10717 issues.
Joined in The Avengers (1963) #4 after being recovered from the ice by the original team
Co-Founds the team in Avengers vs. X-Men (2012) #12
A team of Captain Americas from different moments in time assembled to help fix a timeline deviated by Superia.
Joined in Marvel Super-Heroes Secret Wars (1984) #1
An off-shoot of the All-Winners Squad, Crazy Sues were a team of WWII era heroes who fought in both theatres of war alongside Captain America and were featured in the pulp comics of the Golden Age.
Member of the Secret Defenders
Joined after Kobik altered his memories
Joined after they recovered the Infinity Gems
Joined in Giant-Sized Invaders (1975) #1
An interdimensional holding company which oversees and manages a number of subsidiary companies including a law firm which shares the same name. LLL is a front for a private espionage contractor which is controlled by a cabal seeking to expedite the apocalypse.
Becomes a Marvel werewolf.
This name represents not only those that lived during the time of the historical Third Reich, but also those who subscribed to its ideals after its fall.
Joined in New Avengers (2005) #1 after responding to the breakout at The Raft
Founded the team after the Registration Act was enacted
The Redeemers were a team of superhuman criminals seeking amnesty for their crimes. They were operatives of the V-Battalion.
Cap has been known to do missions for them since joining the Avengers and even led them once during Bucky's tenure as Captain America
Founded the team in Secret Avengers (2010) #1 after being appointed to America's foremost law enforcement agent by the President in the wake of the Siege of Asgard
A group of heroes (and sometimes villains) assembled in different forms based on the situation. Initially led by Dr. Strange, this iteration consisted of Spider-Man, Scarlet Witch and Captain America. But before things could get started, Strange postulated that Rogers wasn't needed, so Cap left. Eventually, Cap found a way to correct this error.
A team lead by Captain America.
A makeshift team put together by Spider-Man and Venom against the evil forces of Carnage. But Carnage beat them and all hope was lost, until Captain America showed up to lend a hand.
Captain America (Steve Rogers) helped construct The Avengers Corps and in turn helped give birth to The Galactic Avengers Battalion. He is considered to be a sort of messianic figure amongst the soldiers who serve in The Galactic Avengers Battalions.
Team of alternate reality Venoms
The Thunderbolts went through many evolutions: Baron Zemo's plan for world domination, a superhero team comprised of super-villains seeking redemption, Norman Osborn's personal hit squad, a government-sponsored prison reform project, and more. What they had in common was a roster that was always made of supervillains and anti-heroes willing to cross the lines other heroic teams wouldn't.
Original member on Earth-1610
Joined the Army during WWII as a super soldier subject
Magic beings that serve Zarathos in an alternate reality.
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