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  • Ultimately, when the United States sent a team onto Genosha to assassinate Magneto, Xavier found himself trying to appeal to a furious Bucky Barnes, who stabbed Xavier through the chest.Professor X-Wikipedia
  • Clint aids Captain America, Falcon and Black Widow as they battle the Red Skull and his henchmen to rescue Sharon Carter and the time-displaced Steve Rogers.Hawkeye (Clint Barton)-Wikipedia
  • Captain America, often with teenage partner Bucky Barnes, fought against, and thwarted, the Red Skull and his plans many times during the war.Red Skull-Wikipedia
  • During the company-wide story arc "Dark Reign", Echo and Iron Fist left the team and the Avengers gained Ms. Marvel, Bucky Barnes as a fill-in Captain America, and Mockingbird.Avengers (comics)-Wikipedia
  • Fury later expends the last sample of the Infinity Formula to save Bucky's life.Nick Fury-Wikipedia
  • Osborn revealed that he had orchestrated the plan all along, but he was killed by Bucky Barnes.Skrull-Wikipedia

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