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Rick Jones: Oh, hi!  I’m Rick Jones!  I’m Captain Marvel’s interior design consultant.  So.. what do you think?  Too gay?  Not gay enough?  Fake volcano too much?
- from Captain Marvel vol. 5 #13 by Peter David and Michael Ryan. October 2003.

Rick Jones: Oh, hi!  I’m Rick Jones!  I’m Captain Marvel’s interior design consultant.  So.. what do you think?  Too gay?  Not gay enough?  Fake volcano too much?

- from Captain Marvel vol. 5 #13 by Peter David and Michael Ryan. October 2003.

Magister: What is the world coming to?

Captain Marvel: Do you want me to answer that? I could, if you’d like, but I doubt you really want to know.

Magister: Captain Marvel?  What are you doing here?

- Captain Marvel turns up in the Magister’s bed in Captain Marvel vol. 5 #13 by Peter David and Michael Ryan.  October 2003.

Namor and Captain America in Captain America vol. 4 #16, drawn by Jae Lee. October 2003.

Namor and Captain America in Captain America vol. 4 #16, drawn by Jae Lee. October 2003.

Namor: You never cease to amaze me, Captain.
- From Captain America vol. 4 #16 by Chuck Austen and Jae Lee. October 2003.

Namor: You never cease to amaze me, Captain.

- From Captain America vol. 4 #16 by Chuck Austen and Jae Lee. October 2003.

Namor: Captain America is not like anyone alive, are you, old man?
- Namor expresses Cap-admiration in Captain America vol. 4 #16 by Chuck Austen and Jae Lee. October 2003.

Namor: Captain America is not like anyone alive, are you, old man?

- Namor expresses Cap-admiration in Captain America vol. 4 #16 by Chuck Austen and Jae Lee. October 2003.

Sharon Carter: So how is it you managed not to kill him, what with the shield to his throat and all those bodies around proving what he had done?
Steve Rogers: You’re asking a lot of questions tonight, sweetheart. Especially about something I thought we were trying to forget.  In fact, you seem to ask me questions endlessly these days. What’s made you so inquisitive lately?  How come you talk so rarely about you when we’re together?
- Steve and Sharon share a bath in Captain America vol. 4 #16 by Chuck Austen and Jae Lee.  October 2003.

Sharon Carter: So how is it you managed not to kill him, what with the shield to his throat and all those bodies around proving what he had done?

Steve Rogers: You’re asking a lot of questions tonight, sweetheart. Especially about something I thought we were trying to forget.  In fact, you seem to ask me questions endlessly these days. What’s made you so inquisitive lately?  How come you talk so rarely about you when we’re together?

- Steve and Sharon share a bath in Captain America vol. 4 #16 by Chuck Austen and Jae Lee.  October 2003.

Steve Rogers and Sharon Carter kiss in Captain America vol. 4 #16 by Chuck Austen and Jae Lee.  October 2003.

Steve Rogers and Sharon Carter kiss in Captain America vol. 4 #16 by Chuck Austen and Jae Lee.  October 2003.

Steve Rogers:  I’ve never been comfortable as judge, jury and executioner, Sharon.  You know that. I believe that human life is sacred  —

Sharon: All human life? Can’t you conceive of a time when human life should be taken — for the greater good if for nothing else?

Steve: You sound as if you’ve finally bought into the party line here at S.H.I.E.L.D., Sharon.  Why are you asking me these questions when you’ve known my reasons as long as you’ve known me?

- Steve Rogers and Sharon Carter discuss the morality of killing.  In bed.  Captain America vol. 4 #26 by Chuck Austen and Jae Lee. October 2003.

Sharon Carter: Promise me this isn’t because you can’t be with her. That it’s because you really want to be with me.

Steve Rogers: Sharon.  You have to believe that when I’m with you, it’s the only place I want to be.

- Steve Rogers and Sharon Carter get a sex scene in Captain America vol. 4 #16 by Chuck Austen and Jae Lee.  October 2003.

Sharon Carter (to Steve Rogers): No one really leaves S.H.I.E.L.D., do they, Steve?  Don’t you know that by now?
- From Captain America vol. 4 #16, by Chuck Austen and Jae Lee.  October 2003.

Sharon Carter (to Steve Rogers): No one really leaves S.H.I.E.L.D., do they, Steve?  Don’t you know that by now?

- From Captain America vol. 4 #16, by Chuck Austen and Jae Lee.  October 2003.

Apr 9
Jae Lee’s cover for Captain America vol. 4 #16. October 2003.

Jae Lee’s cover for Captain America vol. 4 #16. October 2003.

Apr 8
Steve Rogers; Panther?  *kaff*
T’Challa: Easy, Captain.
Steve:  Tony?
- From Avengers vol. 3 #70 by Geoff Johns and Olivier Coipel.  Octoober 2003. 

Steve Rogers; Panther?  *kaff*

T’Challa: Easy, Captain.

Steve:  Tony?

- From Avengers vol. 3 #70 by Geoff Johns and Olivier Coipel.  Octoober 2003. 

Apr 7
Tony Stark:  Sorry, Tony, but Captain America’s more important than you.  Let’s just hope I can keep him alive long enough…
[Takes off his Iron Man helmet.]
…for Panther to get him out.
[Starts mouth-to-mouth artificial respiration.]
- From Avengers vol. 3 #70 by Geoff Johns and Olivier Coipel.  October 2003.

Tony Stark:  Sorry, Tony, but Captain America’s more important than you.  Let’s just hope I can keep him alive long enough…

[Takes off his Iron Man helmet.]

…for Panther to get him out.

[Starts mouth-to-mouth artificial respiration.]

- From Avengers vol. 3 #70 by Geoff Johns and Olivier Coipel.  October 2003.

Apr 6

Tony Stark:  Falcon… still safe from this red stuff… behind glass.  Nnn! Armor’s… heavy… system’s down…

Steve…

- From Avengers vol. 3 #70 by Geoff Johns and Olivier Coipel.  October 2003.

Apr 5
Black Widow by Alex Maleev.

Black Widow by Alex Maleev.