Can we still call him Hercules when there's already a Hercules out there?
CAP'S HEROES: Captain America; Invisible Woman; Human Torch; Punisher; Spider-Man; Falcon; Luke Cage; Spider-Woman; Stingray; Patriot; Hulkling [also as Yellowjacket]; Hawkeye [Kate Bishop]; Vision; Hercules; Living Lightning; Firebird; Diamondback; Captain Marvel II [Monica Rambeau]; Black Panther; Storm; Cloak; Dagger; Daredevil; Prodigy; Gladiatrix; Lightbright; Black Crow; Coldblood; Solo; Living Mummy; Network; Typeface; Lectronn; Shroud; IRON MAN'S HEROES: Iron Man; Mr. Fantastic; Thor Clone; Tigra; Black Widow; Stature; Arana; Sentry; Nighthawk; Ms. Marvel; Bishop; Mach IV; Doc Samson; She-Hulk; Wasp; Wonder Man; Sabra; Bullseye; Radioactive Man; Venom [Mac Gargan]; Taskmaster; Lady Deathstrike; Blizzard; Songbird; Hank Pym; Director Hill; SHIELD; GUESTS: Dr. Strange; The Watcher; Namor, the Sub-Mariner; Goldbug (Death); Plunderer (Death)
The superhero training for the fifty state initiative gets underway. The Punisher breaks into the Baxter Building and steals the plans for the Negative Zone prison Number 42. When a pair of villains show up to join Cap's side, the Punisher shoots them. Cap beats on the Punisher who refuses to fight back. Cap's heroes make it to Number 42 only to find that it is a trap. Hulkling, however, has been impersonating Hank Pym and the prisoners incarcerated in Number 42 have been freed to fight on Cap's side. The final battle of the Civil War is about to begin.