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153: Avengers #4 (v1)

" Captain America Joins...The Avengers! "
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Avengers #4 (v1)
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Cover Artists: Jack Kirby, Paul Reinman
Writers: Stan Lee
Pencilers: Jack Kirby
Inkers: George Roussos
Letterers: Artie Simek
Cover Date: March 1964
Release Date: January 1964
Story Arc: -
Pages: 23
Cover Price: $0.12
Times Read: 1,212                 Times Rated: 648
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Captain America has returned! He joins the Avengers as Prince Namor once again tries to defeat them with his imperial soldiers.
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Character Appearances
Main Characters
  Captain America
Captain America last appeared in Captain America Comics #76a. Captain America next appears in Fantastic Four #25 (v1).
Thor last appeared in Avengers #3 (v1). Thor next appears in Fantastic Four #25 (v1).
  Iron Man
Iron Man last appeared in Avengers #3 (v1). Iron Man next appears in Tales of Suspense #50a (v1).
Giant-Man last appeared in Avengers #3 (v1). Giant-Man next appears in Tales to Astonish #52a (v1).
  The Wasp
The Wasp last appeared in Avengers #3 (v1). The Wasp next appears in Tales to Astonish #52a (v1).
Supporting Characters
  Rick Jones
Rick Jones last appeared in Avengers #3 (v1). Rick Jones next appears in Fantastic Four #25 (v1).
Bucky last appeared in Captain America Comics #76a. Bucky next appears in Tales of Suspense #63b (v1).
  Baron Zemo
First Appearance
This is the first appearance by Baron Zemo in the mainstream continuity. Baron Zemo next appears in Avengers #6 (v1).
  The Sub-Mariner
The Sub-Mariner last appeared in Avengers #3 (v1). The Sub-Mariner next appears in Fantastic Four #27 (v1).
First Appearance
This is the first appearance by Vuk in the mainstream continuity. Vuk next appears in Saga of the Sub-Mariner #8.
Group Appearances
Atlanteans last appeared in Fantastic Four Annual #1a. Atlanteans next appears in Fantastic Four #27 (v1).
The Avengers (Roster III)
The Avengers last appeared in Avengers #3 (v1). The Avengers next appears in Fantastic Four #25 (v1). Captain America joins the ranks of the Avengers in this issue.
This is the first appearance by D'Bari in the mainstream continuity. D'Bari next appears in X-Men #135 (v1).
Teen Brigade
Teen Brigade last appeared in Avengers #3 (v1). Teen Brigade next appears in Avengers #5 (v1).
Equipment, Items & Vehicles
Captain America's Shield
Captain America's Shield next appears in Fantastic Four #25 (v1).
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Why Essential Notes

This is the first real Silver Age appearance of Captain America (The previous Captain America was an impostor).

This issue marks the beginning of the third Avengers Lineup with Captain America joining Thor, Iron Man, Henry Pym as Giant-Man, and the Wasp.
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  Peter Says:    
  2011-10-17 00:00:00  
  Classic story with the 1st Appereance of Steve Rogers after the Golden Age.

And what a great cover! You feel that Cap is taken directly the leadership of the Avengers.

  Shark Says:    
  2011-10-24 17:18:45  
  That's exactly what I was waiting for! The Cap ready to strike back after several years out of business. And it's not only due to him that the issue is great: the well-polished characters show the extra care Kirby took with this mag, and the sharing is not unbalanced - sure, Steve is big news, but the rest get a piece of cake into the final battle. Outstanding.  

  thomassp74 Says:    
  2011-11-25 22:28:07  
  The cover's more iconic than issue #1 was.  

  thomassp74 Says:    
  2011-11-25 22:28:26  
  Classic story with a lot of historical value, but that damn teen brigade and Cap’s relationship with Bucky…er…Rick threatened to bring it down for me.  

  Webslinger Says:    
  2012-05-06 05:08:01  
  Couldn't go wrong with such an awesome cover.

Look out, Iron Man is giving orders to himself!!

Hmmm, it seems that Cap. ... er.. like young boys!

Very good issue, also liked the boy pondering about Hulk. Is he leaving in NY now?

  Leelas Says:    
  2012-05-28 11:04:21  
  Now that is some quality writing!

The moment where Cap comes out of hibernation might be the most poignant moment of the whole reading order thus far.

  Hertz1991 Says:    
  2012-06-03 12:37:45  
  It all started very good, but then comes Stan with that reocurring magnetism crap.... And then there's Captain's sick relationship with young boys. . .  

  darkdragonne Says:    
  2012-06-25 15:55:45  
  Heh, I like how the Cap finally made an appearance. But it looks like the more characters get developed the worse the wasp gets- I'm hating her more and more each issue. "Powdering her nose" indeed...  

  Safis Says:    
  2012-06-26 22:11:57  
  I don't know much about WWII history and all, but did Stan just decide Newfoundland is a part of Europe? The facts: they're in the ETO (European Theater of Operations) army base, Bucky grabs onto the drone, Cap tries but falls off right away, drone explodes in the air above Cap, Cap landed in the water off the coast of Newfoundland. Hmm...

Aside from that, great issue! Epic, even. I'm thinking Captain America is going to become one of my better-liked characters (more so than the other current Avengers, at least).

And to those of you making the "young boys" comments... please grow up. You have to *really* try if you're going to read that into it. It's not there, and it's not funny.

  Ice Says:    
  2012-07-29 02:36:13  
  Solid issue! You can tell Stan and Jack took their time with this one.

* Stan's still desperately trying to give Rick Jones a reason to exist.
* I LOVE Cap's first line after he wakes up. That's a Stan Lee career writing highlight, in my opinion.
* How about Broccoli Man? That's the beauty of the Silver Age. You can be reading a totally awesome story, then suddenly, ALIENS.
* I've always daydreamed about being in a situation similar to Cap's. What would it be like to just be "out" for a few years/decades? What would change? Who would be President? What's going to replace Facebook? When will the movie industry try to trick us all into thinking 3D is anything but a worthless gimmick, again?

  instantdeath999 Says:    
  2012-07-29 05:43:03  
  Definitely have to agree with Safis on the "young boy" part. Anyone who honestly believes pedophilia is in any way, shape, or form insinuated by this issue is really reaching. Honestly, this ridiculous line of thinking only fuels the "every man is a potential pedophile" crap that's been around in the last decade.  

  Dark_Knight93 Says:    
  2012-09-14 17:11:27  
  Nice Silver Age introduction for Captain America. I feel that whole alien subplot could have and should have been left out. But none the less, good issue.  

  chrisWhite Says:    
  2012-09-22 16:28:06  
  Good to see Cap join the team, I think his presence will really improve the dynamics of the Avengers.

Also, Safis++, even without Silver Age context you guys are really reaching.

  specialque Says:    
  2012-09-23 15:28:42  
  Finally a great Avengers issue. Love the cover, loved seeing Cap and Namor in the same story, loved the battle at the end...just all around a great issue.

Broccoli Man (thanks, Ice) was delightful, and I liked the recon of him being Medusa.

The last thing Cap remembers before waking up is seeing his teenage fighting partner die and being completely helpless to do anything about it, yet when he has a reaction to Rick after only being awake again for a few hours, it's "creepy." That's reaching, and absurd. Stop that.

  Loki120 Says:    
  2012-10-10 00:52:30  
  Great issue again, return of Cap, what's not to love?  

  ringsting Says:    
  2012-11-21 03:08:48  
  Loved this, one of the best so far. Although I did like others wonder how they teleported from Europe to Newfoundland.  

  Adrian Says:    
  2013-01-18 11:05:57  
  Loved that you guys refer to the alien as broccoli man. Thats exactly what i thought when reading this issue! haha!  

  Maidel Says:    
  2013-03-27 04:18:38  
  Ignoring the fact that cap somehow seems to be the best guessed in the world (he wasn't conscious when he was in the ice, so he the hell did he guess the Eskimo bit!) this is one of the least plot hole ridden stories stan wrote.
While not wanting to jump into the whole 'cap likes boys' argument, I do find it annoying that at this time when the character isn't a young male, the writers seem insistent that there must be a young male involved in order to get the reader empathising with the story. Maybe it was like that in the 60s, but now it just feels really hard to read.

  Ben Reilly Says:    
  2013-05-12 22:00:46  
  Liked seeing Cap return. Broccoli Man. Nuff said. Teen brigade is really annoying. Am I not supposed to wonder where Rick Joneses parents are?! "Hi Mom and Dad I'm running off with this big green man that saved my life and now I'm with Cap cuz he's creepy." My understanding of that unseen conversation.  

  leisch Says:    
  2013-07-28 16:41:50  
  "Sub-Mariner is a fearless foe. If there had been such men in my day..." Uhm, Cap, remember that guy Namor from the All-Winners Squad? Yeah, same dude. For once, Stan's cover and splash hype matches the contents.  

  duncanm Says:    
  2013-07-31 23:31:41  
  How many dozens of alien species have been to Earth now? More than a little ridiculous at this point. And speaking of ridiculous, how about Wasp's nose powdering comment...and this coming just after they finally gave Sue Storm some actual usefulness. I guess you can't have too many competent women.  

  Anonymous Says:    
  2013-08-24 20:51:50  
  leisch you beat me to it, but it gives reasoning to it not being part of the order at least.  

  Durango55 Says:    
  2013-11-08 11:09:15  
  Despite the presence of Broccoli Man and Rck Jones in this issue, I gave it 4 stars for the introduction of Cap to the MU. The senes of Steve Rogers waking up and reliving losing Bucky in the drone plane explosion was easily some of Stan's best writing to this point in the Order.  

  Psychopat Says:    
  2013-11-28 06:33:57  
  Awesome issue everything is good the battles, Cap rebirth, they even keep the continuity from the Golden Age comics. And it's the first time an Alien villain as some depth (Medusa myth). Love it!  

  Tarquinnff3 Says:    
  2013-12-24 17:35:35  
  This was a weird one and seemed to only have one purpose: Introduce Captain America. I understand and can accept that, but it almost seems like they had an idea for a story and then dumped Captain America on top of it. Because of this he tends to get lost here and there in the story, like they though, "Oh yeah, we have to do something with Cap." Still I really enjoyed the issue as a whole. I like seeing how Captain America comes to the decision to join the Avengers.  

  marvelcomicslover Says:    
  2014-01-01 20:39:00  
  The story itself wasn't that good but I gave it 4 stars for the re-appearance of Captain America. I'm guessing the shadowy figure that rigged the plane to explode was Baron Zemo and the alien was Vuk.  

  Locust75 Says:    
  2014-03-14 19:29:56  
  5 stars for the 1st silver age app of the good Captain!!!

Cover Me - A iconic cover!

Splash - A nice intro, and I like Cap's name in the good ol'Red White & Blue!

Under Pressure - Did everyone else hold their breath when Giant Man brought in Cap like that?

Awake - @ Maidel: Not only did he he guess the Eskimo part right, but he also got being frozen for 20 years right! Maybe Stark had an Pin Up Calender hanging up in the sub!

Ask The 8-Ball - As mentioned above, Cap must be psychic to know that photographers were on the pier when he was sleeping!

A Clue - How convenient for a photographer to take a picture of other photographers!

180 - Wow! The Broccoli Man twist came out of left field! Now, if he only had a partner named Cheese!

Third Times The Charm - Now, Namor finally gets it. No more team ups!

Magnetic Charm - Thor just upstaged Iron Man!

Retcon - It's still odd for Cap and Namor not to know each other.

'Nuff Said - "Captain America does not lie!"-Cap

  Bramwell Says:    
  2014-04-25 22:53:05  
  1. Cap in da house!!
2. Great cover of course
3. The Ed note at the bottom of the splash page is very cool...very geniuine
4. The Eskimo stuff is a bit uneducated but I guess it was standard for the silver age
5. Very contrived but I give it a pass because there really was no elegant way to bring Cap back. Also good character work on Rick Jones.

  mangaz137 Says:    
  2014-05-02 19:37:59  
  THIS is an essential issue??? Come on, give me break...  

  GroovyGolem Says:    
  2014-05-12 21:32:59  
  Great issue. It's nice to have Cap back in action, and you can tell that Stan and Jack are proud to have him join the Marvel Universe. Nice continuity with Cap's last WWII appearance as well as with Avengers #3.

Such an iconic cover too. Love it! I also like how they waste no time in getting Cap involved in the action. Nice plot device of having him come to the Avengers' rescue... even if it did involve the Teen Brigade. :-P

  MattzLadd Says:    
  2014-08-02 11:19:54  
  Um... this is listed as the first appearance of Baron Zemo - but he didn't appear once in the issue?  

  CosmicCostello Says:    
  2014-10-12 00:19:22  
  Captain America just woke up from being frozen for 20 years. And if you look at how he acts over the next few issues you'll see that something is clearly going on with his mind. He's fuzzy, maudlin, and addled at times (all characteristics not in common with his usual demeanor). Heck, he even states it himself that he's acting kooky when he thinks Rick probably thinks he's a nutter!

It's why he doesn't recognize Namor and why he latches on to Rick who reminds him of Bucky. Stan and Jack do a really cool job of showing Steve Rogers as a man who is lost for his first few appearances. Probably up until he goes to Nick Fury and asks to help out SHIELD.

  Pope_Snarky @ Ben Reilly (original post):    
  2015-02-12 02:49:51  
  Hail Eris!

Am I not supposed to wonder where Rick Joneses parents are?!

He's an orphan. Go back and re-read TIH#1...

It takes more than a turtleneck to look like a chihuahua.

  quartertwain Says:    
  2015-03-16 08:16:18  
  I don't think it's that far fetched to see a homosexual relationship between Cap and his teen buddies. I'm not calling him a pedophile. I assume both guys are 18, in an age when 16 was commonly legal for consent, although homosexuality was not. There is the issue of jealousy with The Hulk. There is the feeling of ennui once Cap loses Bucky, he literally kills himself a la Romeo and Juliet. There is Cap's reluctance to fight, until it is for the life of Rick. There is the language full of double entendres. I'm not saying that this was necessarily the case. Many would argue that the ancient Greeks adoption of a mentor-protege relationship between older and younger men, was not essentially or always sexual. Perhaps we are looking at an idealized Greek fantasy, from the perspective of a writer clearly ignorant toward history. In any case, I don't think it's childish to at least examine the issue.  

  rook420 @ mangaz137 (original post):    
  2015-05-21 14:34:27  
  Why would the first appearance of Captain America in the Marvel Universe (post Timely and Atlas comics) NOT be considered essential to the order? It's the first time he's shown up in over 10 years and officially brings him into the Avengers. You didn't like it? Okay. I can understand that, but to deny the status of this iconic issue is a bit ignorant, in the literal sense.  

  rook420 @ MattzLadd (original post):    
  2015-05-21 14:35:41  
  He's the sinister figure who affixed the bomb to the plane.  

  rook420 @ quartertwain (original post):    
  2015-05-21 14:37:44  
  It is a stretch, which is why you had to go to such amazing and obscure lengths to justify it.

  shamesdean Says:    
  2015-05-29 03:35:41  
  I love that the alien looks like a piece of brocoli.  

  MX5 Says:    
  2015-07-09 00:33:43  
  The rebirth of Captain America was epic and worth four stars alone.  

  Urgat Says:    
  2015-12-17 17:51:57  
  the Captain is finally here (back if you read the golden age and WWII Comics) and he will stay with is for a loooong time...hooray  

  yack Says:    
  2015-12-23 18:41:43  
  Captain welcome to the Silver Age!

  wingot Says:    
  2015-12-23 19:17:24  
  The (real) return of Cap, and good fight scenes. Although Namor left Iron Man, who he could barely handle, and who had been proven to be more than a match for the guards, completely unattended and unneutered soon as his guard couldn't handle another of the heroes?  

  gonzo Says:    
  2016-03-13 15:42:48  
  I'll echo those who noted that the creators took their time with this one. it shows, especially in the art. The page where Cap first wakes is the single best page in the order so far with regard to the combo of writing, art and characters  

  RobinHoodMtl Says:    
  2016-04-23 23:41:14  
  • That’s my line – “Wait! Don’t you recognize it?? It’s the famous red, white and blue garb of… Captain America!” (Wasp)

  • Fantastic cover!

  • How come Captain America knows he was found by Eskimos if he was unconscious?

  • That Broccoli Alien really looks like a leek to me!

  • ”Resistance is futile!” Now where have I heard that?

  • I’m a little disappointed that Subbie and Cap did not recognize each other from WWII.

  • Now Thor’s hammer can control cosmic magnetic waves, and move objects remotely? Oh, Stan! Not when the story was so good! You disappoint me!

  • Nevertheless, this is still one of the best stories in the order so far, and for bringing back Captain America only, here’s five stars.

  Calion Says:    
  2016-06-01 19:41:58  
  1. Gaaaah! How does Cap know all of this? How does he know twenty years has passed, or that the Eskimos worshipped him? Stan, you're ruining a great story!
2. He also instantly knows the difference between twenty-years-advanced Earth technology and alien tech. How, exactly?
3. "If there had been such men [as Namor] in my day…" Um…did you never read the funny pages, Cap?
4. Seriously—these two act as if they'd never heard of each other. WTF? Earth to Stan…awesome plot point calling…

An iconic issue, made mediocre by silly inconsistencies, like these and Cap just happening to float by an Avengers submarine. Why didn't Namor recognize him in the ice, wake him up, and trick him into fighting the Avengers? That would have been amazing.

  Russ Says:    
  2016-07-31 20:49:24  
  I gave this one five stars in spite of the plot holes and typically cheesy Silver Age devices. Besides FF #1, no other issues turned the course of the Marvel Universe like the introduction of Captain America into main continuity.

Broccoli Man (I guess the name Kale Man was already taken?) probably wasn't the best idea to have Cap's return to frame around. But of the alien stories of the time, this was probably the best one so far, Cap or no Cap (and I don't think this is saying much, either).

As far as the Cap-Bucky-Rick Jones debate, I'd like to put in my two cents. Maybe I'm a little ignorant here, but I'm picking up no homosexual vibes from Cap at all; in fact, I have a far different theory. As someone who's served in the military, I think Cap was feeling the effects from a form of PTSD from watching a brother-in-arms die right in front of him, then being frozen in that ice for so long. He and Bucky had fought together for years before the drone plane incident, and formed that special type of bond only war can forge between two guys. When Cap woke up from the ice, he was confused, amnesiac, and in shock, so his reactions probably weren't that far-fetched, even by today's standards. People will react differently to traumatic events on a psychological level. I think that scene where Cap wakes up is one of the best bits of writing Stan's done, and when you consider the extremely limited understanding of PTSD at the time, the impact of Stan's writing here is that much stronger. It may not have been perfectly done, but for a comic mag in the 1960s, I think it still stands up really well today.

However, I don't have an explanation for his failure to recognize Namor as a war ally right off, other than Namor's off-putting personality even in the 1940's may have prevented them from becoming quite that close. And Namor was probably

  Billstar2 Says:    
  2016-08-07 08:51:17  
  The return of the real Cap and not an impostor. I original read this as a reprint in the 400th issue of Captain America and it's still a decent issue.
Heroes with younger characters was for some reason common but seems more odd in current times. Cap and Bucky and Rick Jones, Batman and Robin,Green Arrow and Speedy, just to name a few.

  mrtc2003 Says:    
  2016-09-03 09:08:38  
  It's far from a perfect issue but there's no denying it's significance. Well, the first half is a classic with Cap's reintroduction to the Marvel Universe. The second half with the alien and another fight with the Sub-Mariner is somewhat less essential.

It's also increasingly clear that Stan really has no idea what to do with the Wasp. She basically disappears during the final fight and then, when she does appear, gives the dire "powdering my nose" line. I like to think she was just joking and had been kicking Atlanten butt just off-panel.

  kent18 Says:    
  2016-11-14 03:45:03  
  The single greatest comic in the order, thus far. Nothing else even comes close.

The (re-)introduction of iconic Timely/Marvel hero Captain America to the MU, for my money, outstrips every other moment save the first appearances of Spider-Man and the Fantastic Four in terms of what it meant for the company's cultural importance overall... and even those two only *equal* it, rather than surpassing. Page 4, Panel 4 is as pivotal and stirring as any single moment in Marvel Comics history -- period, end of sentence, end of paragraph.

Prince Namor, as always, adrenalizes the proceedings with the storytelling equivalent of high-grade nitroglycerine; and Lee's rare gift for advancing both plot *and* characterization simultaneously via clever, brittle dialogue works absolute miracles, throughout. The only reason I'm giving this five stars, in the final analysis, is because ten isn't an option.

  philvt101 Says:    
  2017-04-14 21:28:32  
  I'm having trouble reconciling this with the golden age. Even if I accept the premise that all of the golden age comics are not canon, but rather actual in-universe comics that loosely depict real events, what about The Invaders?
Although written much later, that series is considered canon and shows Cap and Namor working together. And I am still strongly against Namor as a villain.
I eagerly await resolution.

  jennychan Says:    
  2018-01-18 07:44:39  
  Random thoughts:

This literally seems to pick up right after Avengers #3 with Subby swimming away, I wonder why it wasn't put in the Order right after it, as that was done with Journey into Mystery issues.

The No-Prize of Cap forgetting The All Winners Squad is that he bad memory from being put on ice for 20 years. Sub-Mariner acting like he doesn't know him that well is lame though.

There are even more retcons that come out from Roy Thomas later on that chip away at Avengers #4.

Real weird comments from you men about any homosexual overtones between Steve and Rick.

If this alien was really Medusa, I wonder who the other Medusas in the Order were supposed to be.

For those questioning Newfoundland's geographical location compared to Europe, this is actually tackled in Cap's main tite one day.

Wonder where Namor got his sea of squad warriors from.


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