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Name of several fictional supervillains appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics. Wikipedia

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  • The story ditched the War Machine armor, but kept the idea of Punisher operating in the international level, dealing with an ill-fated battle against Baron Zemo.Punisher-Wikipedia
  • McFeely also added that, despite the shift in direction for the film, "The central theme, even the way Zemo is operating, are from that [early] iteration."Captain America: Civil War-Wikipedia
  • In the closing days of World War II in 1945, Captain America and Bucky tried to stop the villainous Baron Zemo from destroying an experimental drone plane.Bucky Barnes-Wikipedia
  • Upon returning to the surface, Namor and his friends were immediately captured by the Nazis led by Baron Zemo and Von Strucker, and the Orichalcum stolen by them.Namor-Wikipedia
  • However, this brought him into conflict with Baron Zemo, who is attempting to control what remains of the old Hydra.Hydra (comics)-Wikipedia
  • Many years later, Red Skull's daughter Sin, with the help of Baron Zemo, retrieves the Book of the Skull that contains the location of the hammer.Fear Itself (comics)-Wikipedia

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