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On your left.
~ Sam to Steve in 2023, referencing the latter from The Winter Soldier.
You want to climb out of the hell you're in, do the work.
~ Sam to Bucky.
I'm a black man carrying the stars and stripes. What don't I understand? Every time I pick this thing up, I know there are millions of people who are gonna hate me for it. Even now, here... I feel it. The stares, the judgment. And there's nothin' I can do to change it. Yet, I'm still here. No super serum, no blond hair, or blue eyes. The only power I have is that I believe we can do better.
~ Sam Wilson to the public, being the new Captain America.

Samuel Thomas "Sam" Wilson, also known as the Falcon and later as Captain America, is a superhero and a major character in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. He is a major character in Captain America: The Winter Soldier, Avengers: Age of Ultron, Captain America: Civil War, Avengers: Infinity War, and Avengers: Endgame, a supporting character in Ant-Man, and one of the titular protagonists (alongside Bucky Barnes) of The Falcon and the Winter Soldier.

A U.S. Air Force officer, Sam would become an ally to Captain America and Black Widow during the HYDRA uprising, and supported them in stopping Alexander Pierce. He would become a member of the new Avengers after the original team disbanded after the Ultron Defensive, but became a fugitive in helping Captain America save his best friend Bucky Barnes, and for not signing the Sokovia Accords. Sam participated in the clash of the Avengers and was sentenced to the Raft, but was freed by Steve alongside Clint Barton, Wanda Maximoff, and Scott Lang. While on the run, Sam assisted Captain America and Black Widow in stopping terrorist cells before returning to help his allies try to stop Thanos from collecting the Infinity Stones.

The heroes failed to stop Thanos, however, and Sam was turned to dust alongside half of the universe. In 2023, Sam was resurrected by the Hulk and participated in the battle of Earth, where Iron Man sacrificed himself to stop Thanos and his army. After attending Stark's funeral, Sam was given the mantle of Captain America by an elderly Steve. Though grateful, Sam declined to take the mantle and gave it away to the Smithsonian Museum, but it was given to Captain John F. Walker. Despite his disgust with the decision, Sam focused on trying to stop the Flag Smashers, and decided to take the mantle after Walker murdered a Flag Smasher in cold blood. After stopping the Flag Smashers, Sam became the partner of Bucky and inspired a new generation of heroes by becoming the new Captain America.

Sam is portrayed by Anthony Mackie.

In Captain America: The Winter Soldier - The Official Game, he was voiced by Bumper Robinson, who also voiced Bumblebee in Transformers: Animated, Terraspin and Rook Blonko in Ben 10 Omniverse, War Machine in The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes, and Ryan Kinkade in Voltron: Legendary Defender.


Early Life

Samuel Thomas "Sam" Wilson was born on September 23rd, 1978 in Harlem, New York to Paul and Darlene Wilson, and was the brother to Sarah Wilson. Despite being born in New York, Sam and his sister were raised in Louisiana, and worked for their parents' establishment, Wilson Family Seafood. While he was young, Paul would take his son on fishing trips to Grand Isle, and Sam remained close to his aunt, whom he referred to as "TT". When his aunt passed away, Sam noted that he attended the funeral, and the whole neighborhood celebrated for days.

Sam and Sarah's parents would die to unknown causes, alongside Sam's brother-in-law, who would have Sarah's children, AJ and Cass. After the deaths of their parents, Sam and Sarah would be the co-owners of the seafood establishment, which would be run by Sarah during the course of several years. Though Sam was on good terms with his sister, he believed that the more he fought to change the world for the better, he believed Sarah was running away from their family.

Military Career

You lose someone?
"My wingman Riley, flying a night mission, standard PJ rescue op, nothing we hadn't done a thousand times before, til an RPG knocked Riley's damn ass out of the sky. Nothing I could do, like I was up there just to watch.
~ Steve Rogers and Sam Wilson

Wilson and Riley.

Sam Wilson joined the United States Air Force, serving two tours and eventually becoming a pararescueman, assigned to the 58th Rescue Squadron. He was a test pilot for the EXO-7 Falcon along with his wingman, Riley. During a mission, Riley was killed after he was hit by an RPG and Wilson could do nothing to save him. After losing his friend, Wilson found that he had a hard time trying to find a reason to continue serving and soon left the military and focused his efforts on helping soldiers suffering with PTSD.

Captain America: The Winter Soldier

Meeting Captain America

Wilson meeting Steve Rogers.

Don't say it! Don't you say it!"
"On your left."
"Come on man!
~ Wilson and Steve Rogers

After returning home, he joined the Department of Veterans Affairs with the intention of helping people suffering from Posttraumatic stress disorder. While out on a morning jog across Washington, D.C., Wilson met Steve Rogers, who managed to casually run past Wilson several times, teasing him as he went much to Wilson's annoyance. Once Wilson stopped to catch his breath, the two talked about their status as veterans and their time serving in the Armed Forces. Wilson asked Rogers about the differences between living in the 1940's and now before recommending some music for him to hear, Marvin Gaye's Trouble Man soundtrack from 1972. Their conversation was cut short when Rogers was called away on a mission, but Wilson told him to visit him at the VA one day.

Wilson speaks to Steve Rogers

Steve Rogers then kept his word and after a meeting with sufferers of PTSD in which he helped a woman who was suffering from visions of IEDs in the roads, Wilson met with Rogers who complimented him on his speech. Wilson told Rogers about his time at war and how he had lost his friend Riley during a battle but had found a new purpose with helping veterans adapt to being back home. Rogers told Wilson that he was struggling with the idea of what to do with himself if he was not a soldier, but Wilson, jokingly suggesting Ultimate Fighting, assured him that he could do whatever he wanted to do.

Helping the Fugitives

Wilson reveals his past to Rogers and Romanoff

Everyone we know is trying to kill us."
"Not everyone.
~ Natasha Romanoff and Sam Wilson

While on the run from undercover members of HYDRA within S.H.I.E.L.D., Steve Rogers and Natasha Romanoff sought refuge with Wilson, which he offered them without a second thought. While at his home, Wilson made the pair breakfast and allowed them to use his shower. When Wilson learned of the details of Rogers' and Romanoff's predicament, including realizing that Alexander Pierce was HYDRA's leader within SHIELD, he offered his assistance, revealing to them that he was part of a military project that tested a new form of winged jetpacks.

Wilson speaks to Jasper Sitwell

After retrieving his wings from Fort Meade, Wilson traveled with Rogers and Romanoff to interrogate HYDRA sleeper agent Jasper Sitwell. Wilson called Sitwell on the phone after his meeting with another HYDRA agent Senator Stern, and threatened to have him shot if he did not do exactly as instructed; he ordered him to go to the roof of a nearby building where he would be questioned by Rogers and Romanoff.

Wilson threatens Jasper Sitwell

Sitwell denied any knowledge of HYDRA's takeover of S.H.I.E.L.D.; in order to get the answers they needed from him, Romanoff resorted to kicking Sitwell off the building. Wilson flew in, caught him, and brought him back to the top of the building. This fall scared Sitwell so much he revealed HYDRA's plan to Rogers, Romanoff and Wilson, explaining to them that Alexander Pierce planned to use Project Insight to assassinate anyone who was a threat to HYDRA the moment the Insight Helicarriers were launched.

Encounter with the Winter Soldier

Wilson battles HYDRA soldiers

Go, I got this!
~ Sam Wilson to Steve Rogers

Wilson, Steve Rogers, and Natasha Romanoff took Jasper Sitwell in their car and drove towards the Triskelion, where they planned to use Sitwell's clearance to gain access and shut down Project Insight. However they were ambushed by the Winter Soldier. Sitwell was killed but the others managed to escape the car and a fight erupted in the streets. Wilson gave Rogers and Romanoff cover with a machine gun and fought off the HYDRA assassins.

Wilson in the streets of DC

Eventually Wilson managed to defeat the unit of HYDRA soldiers and went in search of Rogers and Romanoff, taking his EXO-7 Falcon Suit with him. Wilson discovered Captain America battling the Winter Soldier and flew in to help, kicking the Winter Soldier out of the way before he could shoot Rogers. Romanoff then fired a granade launcher at him which caused him to flee. Before they could get away, Rogers, Romanoff and Wilson were taken by some of HYDRA's infiltrators within S.H.I.E.L.D., led by Brock Rumlow and were put in the back of a van to be executed.

Meeting Nick Fury

Wilson meets Nick Fury

Look, whoever he used to be, the guy he is now, I don't think he's the kind you save. He's the kind you stop."
"I don't know if I can do that.
~ Sam Wilson and Steve Rogers.

They were rescued by a disguised Maria Hill, who brought them to a secret facility where S.H.I.E.L.D. Director Nick Fury was recuperating from an assassination attempt. Together they worked out a plan to get aboard the Project Insight Helicarriers and reprogramme them to target each other. Wilson later talked with Rogers about what they should do if they encounter the Winter Soldier again, aware that he is Rogers' childhood friend and war comrade, Bucky Barnes, Wilson telling him he was the kind of guy you have to stop rather than save, but Rogers remains confident and determined.

Battle at the Triskelion

Wilson prepares to fight HYDRA

Cap, how do we know the good guys from the bad guys?"
"If they're shooting at you they're bad.
~ Falcon and Captain America

Wilson, Rogers and Hill broke into the Triskelion and took over the control room. Once there Rogers informed every S.H.I.E.L.D. agent of HYDRA's infiltration of their organisation and Pierce's true plans for Project Insight; Rogers urged them to stand against the enemy, when he was finished. Wilson jokingly asked if he had practised the speech or simply made it up as he went along.

With the Project Insight Helicarriers being launched, Wilson helped Rogers install three special chips that would take away HYDRA's control over the Project Insight Helicarriers. Wilson used his flight suit to battle a Quinjet controlled by HYDRA. When a hole was blown into the side of a Helicarrier, Wilson was able to get aboard and install one of the microchips. Later, Wilson saved Captain America from a deadly fall and carried him to the third Helicarrier; however they were immediately attacked by the Winter Soldier who damaged Wilson's flight suit before kicking him off the Helicarrier and forcing him to skydive down to the Triskelion, pulling his parachute just in time.

Showdown with Brock Rumlow

Wilson fights Brock Rumlow.

This is gonna hurt. There are no prisoners with HYDRA. Just order. And order only comes through pain. Are you ready for yours?"
"Man, shut the hell up!
~ Brock Rumlow and Sam Wilson

Wilson encountered and fought Brock Rumlow inside the Triskelion, informed by Hill that Rumlow was making his way to attack Black Widow and Nick Fury. The two soldiers engaged in hand to hand combat. Rumlow managed to gain the upper hand during the fight, using slightly improved combat techniques to get the advantage before throwing Wilson across the room and taunting him.

Their battle was cut short when Wilson spotted the final Insight Helicarrier heading straight for the Triskelion. Using his headstart to his advantage, Wilson ran for his life while Brock Rumlow was buried by debris. Wilson was forced to jump from the northwest corner of the building's 41st floor where he was caught by a S.H.I.E.L.D. Helicopter piloted by Nick Fury and Natasha Romanoff. Although Wilson berated the pair for almost killing him with the helicopter's blades, they soon turned their attention to escaping the explosions and finding Captain America.

Wilson waits by Steve Rogers's hospital bed

Rogers was found unconscious near the ruins of the Triskelion and hospitalized after his fight with the Winter Soldier had left him almost beaten to death and with a gunshot wound in the stomach. Wilson stayed beside his bed until he recovered and played the music he had previously recommended to him. When Rogers awakened, the first words he said to Wilson were "On your left" causing Wilson to smile with amusement.

Search for Bucky Barnes

Wilson agrees to help find the Winter Soldier

You're going after him."
"You don't have to come with me."
"I know. When do we start?
~ Sam Wilson and Steve Rogers starting their search

At the fake gravesite for Nick Fury, Wilson was asked by Fury to join him on his mission to exterminate HYDRA. Wilson refused, stating that he was a soldier, not a spy. They said their goodbyes and Natasha Romanoff gave Rogers the Winter Soldier's file. Wilson agreed to help Rogers in his search for Barnes. During their search, Rogers was called to rejoin the Avengers and battle HYDRA, leaving Wilson to hunt for Barnes on his own.

Avengers: Age of Ultron

Avengers Party

Wilson meets Tony Stark

Avenging is your world... and your world is crazy."
"Be it ever so humble.
~ Sam Wilson and Steve Rogers

Wilson was invited to a party at Avengers Tower to celebrate the Avengers' successful battle against HYDRA which led to the seeming defeat of HYDRA, the capture of their main leader Baron Wolfgang von Strucker, and the Scepter they had been hunting for months ending up in the hands of the Avengers. During the party Wilson was introduced to Tony Stark and later played a game of pool with Steve Rogers while drinking.

Wilson and Rogers at Avengers Tower

Wilson and Steve Rogers late spoke about the battle; Wilson jokingly wanted to know why he had not been invited to assist in the fight as he had been helping Rogers in the search for Bucky Barnes for the last few months, but when Rogers attempted to apologise he still assured Rogers that he was not massively interested in joining the Avengers at that point. They went on to discuss Rogers finding an apartment in his home town of Brooklyn.

New Avengers

Wilson at the New Avengers Facility

Avengers A...
~ Captain America

Wilson was recruited into the new Avengers' roster along with Vision, James Rhodes and Wanda Maximoff. Wilson arrived at the New Avengers Facility with his new uniform complete with upgraded mechanical wings. The new Avengers began their training under the leadership of Captain America and Black Widow.


Duel at New Avengers Facility

Wilson meets Ant-Man

Who the hell are you?"
"I'm Ant-Man."
"What you haven't heard of me? No you wouldn't have heard of me.
~ Falcon and Ant-Man

While training at the New Avengers Facility, Wilson detected an intruder in the base and decided to investigate. Flying onto the roof, Wilson spotting a man wearing a suit that seemed to make him the size of an ant. Once it was made clear that Wilson could see this man despite his tiny size, the man grew to normal height and introduced himself as Scott with the code-name Ant-Man, noting that he was a big fan of Falcon and the Avengers.

Falcon fights Ant-Man

Wilson demanded to know why Ant-Man was at the facility; the man claimed to simply be needing to borrow a device from them. Believing that Ant-Man was a sort of spy, Falcon attempted to arrest him, only for him to shrink and punch Wilson, resulting in the pair beginning to fight. During their battle, Falcon followed Ant-Man inside the New Avengers Facility until Ant-Man managed to shrink down and disable Falcon's suit from the inside, causing the suit to malfunction and drop Wilson from the sky.

Falcon is defeated by Ant-Man

Falcon hit the ground hard and by the time he managed to recover from the fall, his wing suit was seemingly damaged beyond repair for the time being, Ant-Man had already escaped with the device and Falcon was unable to track him with his goggles. Forced to accept defeat, Wilson then said through the comm link to the rest of the Avengers that it was incredibly important to him that Captain America must never know about this embarrassing failure in fighting a man the size of an ant.

Searching for Ant-Man

Wilson searches for Scott Lang

Yeah, this dude sounds like a badass, man!
~ Luis to Scott Lang

Wilson became fascinated by this new hero, having heard of him using his abilities to stop the sale of a new super-weapon called the Yellowjacket Suit. Believing that he could be of benefit to the Avengers, Wilson began to try to find and recruit Ant-Man for the Avengers, despite only knowing his first name to be Scott. Eventually Wilson came close to finding him through the friend of a friend of Ant-Man who agreed to help him.

Finding Barnes

Wilson and Rogers discuss locating Barnes

We're on our own."
"Maybe not. I know a guy.
~ Steve Rogers and Sam Wilson

Later, Sam Wilson and Steve Rogers eventually tracked Bucky Barnes down to a remote location where he was trapped with his cybernetic arm stuck in a vise. Rogers told Wilson that they would not inform Tony Stark of what had happened but didn't know who else to turn to for help. Wilson then said he 'knew a guy' who might be able to come to their aid.

Captain America: Civil War

I just wanna make sure we consider all our options. Because people who shoot at you usually wind up shooting at me, too.
~ Falcon to Captain America.

Falcon was part of the team when they fought against Crossbones and his group in Lagos, but the Avengers would become to be seen as dangerous after the death of innocents during said mission. Sam and the Avengers held a conversation with Secretary Thaddeus Ross at the New Avengers Facility, who gave his point that the Avengers acted as vigilantes and needed supervision. Showing them the Sokovia Accords, the accords would act as a way for the United Nations to control the team. Wilson refused to sign the Sokovia Accords, which resulted in him being honorably discharged from the Air Force.

Despite his discharge, Sam attended Peggy Carter's funeral with Steve to provide support, and heard Peggy's niece, Sharon, give the eulogy. During the funeral, Wilson overheard the bombing of the Vienna International Centre where the accords was being signed, and warned Steve and Sharon about the situation. Sam then assisted Steve in finding Bucky, and during their search, were arrested by Everett Ross alongside Prince T'Challa. When Bucky's brainwashing returned due to Helmut Zemo, Sam was attacked by Barnes alongside Steve, Sharon, Natasha, Tony and T'Challa. Sam and Steve managed to capture Bucky and go on the run, and learned from Barnes about other Winter Soldiers. Seeing that they needed a team to fight against Stark if they encountered him, Sam advised they recruit Scott Lang, whom he previously encountered.

Falcon participated in the Clash of the Avengers, where he battled against Spider-Man and War Machine before arrested and sentenced to the Raft. While imprisoned, Stark admitted that he has manipulated by Zemo, and Sam revealed where Steve and Bucky were going to give them support. Afterward, Sam was freed from the Raft by Rogers alongside Wanda, Clint and Scott, and the former decided to stay with Steve while Wanda reunited with Vision, and Clint and Scott returned home. Sam and Steve rejoined with Natasha, and assisted Nick Fury in stopping terrorist in Syria.

Avengers: Infinity War

James Rhoades: You guys... really look like crap. Must have been a rough couple of years.
Sam Wilson: Yeah, well, the hotels weren't exactly five star.
~ James Rhoades and Sam Wilson.

After being informed by Banner that Thanos was coming to Earth collect the Infinity Stones, Falcon, Captain America, and Black Widow rescued Vision and Scarlet Witch from Corvus Glaive and Proxima Midnight. The group then met with War Machine and Banner, and the team decided to go to Wakanda to get the mind stone from Vision's head. Falcon participated during the Battle of Wakanda, and attempted to stop Thanos when the Mad Titan landed in Wakanda. He failed to stop Thanos, and was one of the many wiped from existence after the Mad Titan collected the Infinity Stones and snapped his fingers.

Avengers: Endgame

Thank you. I'll do my best.
~ Sam to an elder Steve, having received the mantle.

Falcon, along with everyone else affected by the snap, returned after the surviving Avengers collected the Infinity Stones via time travel. Being resurrected by Hulk, Falcon returned to assist his allies during the Battle of Earth, fighting against a 2014 time-traveled Thanos and his army. The heroes were victorious in stopping the Mad Titan, but at the cost of Iron Man's life after he sacrificed himself by using the stones. After the battle, Sam attended Stark's funeral to honor his sacrifice, and later witnessed Rogers go back in time to return the Infinity Stones. Noticing that Rogers hadn't returned within five seconds, Bucky showed Sam an elderly Steve on a bench near by. An elderly Rogers spoke with Sam, giving him his shield to pass on the mantle of Captain America. Though hesitant at first, Sam picked up the shield, and told Rogers that he would live to his legacy with the support of Bucky.

The Falcon and the Winter Soldier

Season One

Feels weird. Picking it up again. The legacy of that shield is complicated, to say the least..
~ Sam to Bucky Barnes on receiving the mantle.

Due to his actions in saving the universe from Thanos with the Avengers, Sam was legally forgiven for breaking the accords back in 2016, and was able to return to the Air Force. Working as an independent contract, Sam assisted the air force on various missions, such was rescuing Captain Vassant from the LAF under the leadership of Steve's former foe, Georges Batroc. Following the mission, Sam met Joaquín Torres, a fellow Air Force member, who revealed that he was following on a new terrorist group called the Flag Smashers. Sam told Joaquín to keep him informed about the situation, and returned to Washington, D.C. to give the Smithsonian Institution the shield. Despite being passed the mantle and shield by Steve personally, Sam still felt that he wasn't the right man to wield the shield, nor that it truly belonged to him.

Returning to Louisiana, Sam reunited with his sister Sarah and his nephews, and decided to help her with her financial problems with the family boat and home. After failing to get a loan from the bank, Sam watched the news to see that the government had passed the mantle of Captain America to John Walker, much to Wilsons' dismay. Despite this, Sam continued to focus on trying to stop the Flag Smashers. Preparing to head to Germany, Sam was confronted by Bucky, who was angered that Sam gave the shield away and went with him on his trip. Falcon and Bucky battled the Flag Smashers, but the two were overpowered until John Walker and his partner, Battlestar arrived. After failing to capture the Flag Smashers, Sam and Bucky received a ride from John, who wanted their help so they could stop the terrorist group. Sam and Bucky refused, especially the former after John referred to him and Barnes as "Cap's wingmen".

Returning to the states, Bucky decided to take Sam to Isiah Bradley, who was experimented on with the Super Soldier serum and taken to jail. Shocked by this, Sam questioned Bucky why the world didn't know about a African-American super soldier, but the two were interrupted by Baltimore police. The police took Bucky to jail for missing his therapy session, and Sam traveled to the station where Walker helped Bucky be released. Meeting Bucky's therapist Christina Raynor, Sam attended a therapy session where he admitted that he was thought he was doing what was right by giving the Smithsonian the shield. Leaving the station, Sam and Bucky were greeted by Walker, who asked for their help, but the two refused once again.

When Bucky discussed getting information about the Flag Smashers from Helmut Zemo, Sam reluctantly agreed to come with him to the Berlin Correctional Facility. However, Bucky reveals his plan to free Zemo from custody, and had already done so despite Sam's protest. Sam then reluctantly agreed to receive Zemo's help, and the group traveled to Madripoor to get information. While disguised as "Smiling Tiger", Sam's position was blown when his sister called, and Selby was killed during his meeting with her. The group were saved by Sharon, who had lived in Madripoor after she was considered a criminal for helping Steve and Sam back in 2016. Needing her help, Sam made a deal with Sharon to have her pardoned if she assisted him in finding Wilfred Nagel. Sam and the group confronted Nagel at a shipyard, and he revealed that he made a new version of the serum before he was killed by Zemo. Sam and the group then battled a couple of mercenaries at the shipyard before leaving, and traveled to Latvia to confront the Flag Smashers.

In Latvia, Sam learned from Bucky that the Dora Miljae wanted to arrest Zemo, so they had little time to find the Flag Smashers before they arrived. In the country, Sam and Bucky were confronted by Walker and Battlestar, who agreed to assist them in their plan to negotiate with the Flag Smashers. Sam would meet the terrorist group's leader, Karli Morgenthau, at her adoptive mother's funeral where he attempted to have peaceful negotiations. During their conversation, Walker arrived to arrest Morgenthau, causing her to escape. Returning to their hideout, Sam was confronted by Walker before the Dora Milaje arrived, and Sam at first watched them fight John before taking part in the skirmish. During the skirmish, Zemo escaped before Walker was defeated and Bucky's vibranium arm was deactivated by Ayo.

While walking on the streets, Sam received a phone call from Sarah, who told him about Karli calling and threatening her. Sam and Bucky then confronted Karli before engaging in a fight with her and the Flag Smashers due to Walker's location being revealed. During the fight, Battlestar was killed by Morgenthau, causing Walker to become enraged and kill the Flag Smasher Nico in cold blood while civilians watched. Sam and Bucky witnessed Walker do this, and confronted him so they could take the shield from him since he was fit for the mantle. Walker refused and battle the two, and nearly defeated the heroes due to his physiology being enhanced by Dr. Nagel's super soldier serum. During the fight, Sam and Bucky worked together to defeat John, and Wilson claimed the shield, scrubbing the blood off of it. Returning home, Sam briefly spoke with Joaquín and left his EXO wings to him while returning to the states with the shield.

Sam decided to reunite with Isiah Bradley, who elaborated more about his past of being a African-American and recounting his tragic past in serving America. Isiah advised Sam not to take the mantle, considering that America wouldn't accept an African-American in the role of Captain America. Wilson then returned to Louisiana to help his sister repair their family, and was assisted by Bucky and the locals in the neighborhood. While fixing the boat, Bucky gave Sam a briefcase that was from Wakanda, which held a new suit and wings for Wilson. After the boat was fixed, Sam started to train with the shield, and spoke with Bucky on dealing with his personal issues of being handed the shield, and gave advice to Barnes on how to deal with his trauma. The two left on good time, considering themselves friends and co-workers as Sam continued to improve his mastery of the shield to the point that he could use acrobats before catching it.

Later on, Sam received a call from Joaquín, who told him of an alert that the Flag Smashers were preparing to attack the Global Repatriation Council in New York. Heading to New York with his new mantle as Captain America, Sam battled Batroc once again before fighting the Flag Smashers. During the battle, Wilson rescued some GRC hostages and comforted Karli, who was dying from blood loss after being shot by Carter. Afterward, Sam gave a public message on live-television, telling the GRC officials that Karli committed her actions for a reason, and that the whole worlds need to do better. After the events in New York, Sam managed to have the Smithsonian create a statue to honor Isiah, who showed gratitude to the former by giving him a hug. Wilson also returned to Louisiana to have a cook out with his family, Bucky, and the locals, having found peace with himself and taking on the mantle.


Don't look at me, I do what he does, just slower.
~ Sam Wilson to Nick Fury

Sam Wilson is one of Captain Steve Rogers' most stalwart friends and allies. Both men found a kindred spirit in each other when they discovered they both shared common life experiences and had similar values. Sam Wilson and Rogers both fought in the military, had to cope with the deaths of friends during war, and had to adjust to life outside of war. For Wilson, he found purpose in helping military veterans adjust to civilian life. Wilson admires Captain America and the ideals he represents. Their commonality helped the two to forge a bond that led Wilson to aid Steve Rogers in many of his heroic exploits. During these exploits, Sam Wilson becomes a hero in his own right, whether it be when the two are fighting shoulder to shoulder together during a mission to save the world or aiding Rogers with a personal matter, such as helping him find the Winter Soldier.

Powers and Abilities


EXO-7 Falcon: The EXO-7 is an experimental military winged jet pack used by former paratroopers Sam Wilson. Wilson obtained one of them to help Captain America stop the Insight Helicarriers and now uses an advanced version as a member of the Avengers. The jet and its accessories have granted him this following abilities:

  • Mechanical Wings: The EXO-7 can form mechanical wings used to aid in flight and for offensive and defensive purposes. Since the wings are bulletproof and flexible, they can form shields to block oncoming attacks. The wings are retractable and bendable, which allows them to also be used as blunt tools for melee combat.
  • Falcon demonstrates his incredible flying skill

    Flight: Using his specialized winged jetpack, Sam Wilson is able to fly faster than the speed of a jet, but with an enhanced degree of maneuverability and agility similar to that of an actual falcon. He was able to avoid automatic fire from an Insight Quinjet and the shots of the Insight Helicarriers' main weaponry. For safety reasons, the EXO-7 has a built-in parachute, in case it malfunctions or is severely damaged.
  • Falcon sends a man flying by using the momentum from his flight

    Enhanced Strength: The EXO-7 can enhance the physical strength of Sam Wilson. While designed for one person, the EXO-7 is capable of handling the weight of at least two full grown men for rescue operations. Sam's strength is also amplified by the wings and flight, allowing him to send opponents flying several feet or strike them with the force of a moving vehicle. The EXO-7 does this through the increase of force generated by physical strikes and impacts through increased momentum and acceleration. Without flight power or the extension of the wings, Sam's strength is not enhanced.
  • Falcon scanning for Ant-Man

    Enhanced Vision: The EXO-7's goggles allow Wilson to view in multiple spectrums and see objects that are either far away or too small to see for the naked eye.


I'm more of a soldier than a spy.
~ Sam Wilson
  • Military Training: Due to being in the United States Air Force, Sam received military training in hand-to-hand combat, weapon proficiency, and gained a peak human condition. He was able to use his skills from the Air Force when acting as as superhero, with the assistance of his EXO-7 Falcon and Captain America's shield.
  • Peak Human Condition: As a highly skilled and experienced soldier, Sam's bodily functions are at the top of human physical & mental conditioning (from frequent intense workouts, which he does while in and out of the military, and after he has become an avenger); therefore, his strength, speed, stamina, senses, agility, reflexes, accuracy, longevity, durability, intelligence, healing time, flexibility and combat skills are greatly heightened, but without any superhuman degree
    • Falcon effortlessly lifts Ant-Man up with one arm

      Peak Human Strength: Sam is extremely strong having intensively and regularly trained his body to its utmost limit. While biologically human, Sam is capable of applying strong force in his punches and kicks by using highly effective strength and muscle control. Hence, Sam was able to catch and pull Jasper Sitwell up, who is a full grown man as large as himself, while he is falling down from a roof top at high speed, caught Cap while he is falling down from the helicarrier. As well as effortlessly lift Scoot Lang ( in his Ant-Man suit ) up with one arm.
    • Peak Human Durability: Sam's rigorously trained physique was highly resilient augmented with the superbly increased resistance and protection of the EXO-7 and allowed Sam to survive being hit by attacks of dangerously powerful impact such as Winter Soldier's superhumanly strong strike and normal caliber bullets. Even without the suit, his natural durability is so good that he can be thrown through glass frames, thrown out of a moving car and hit the road without a scratch. More recently, he was able to tank multiple strikes from the superhumanly strong Ant-Man (while in his miniature form), and go through a thick metal door head first without being fazed or slowed down.
    • Peak Human Stamina: This ability enabled Sam to run for dozens of miles, fight for long periods of time, hold his breath underwater for minutes, and neither lose breath nor get exhausted. Additionally, he could exert himself at peak capacity for up to one hour without the need of rest and before showing any sign of fatigue.
    • Falcon dodges auto long-range dorsal, ventral guns and cannon's shot of the Helicarriers, demonstrating his formidable reflexes

      Peak Human Reflexes: Sam's reflexes are at the top of a man of his age, height, and build; this means that his reactions were superior to those of normal humans and are at the level of a peak human. He was able to dodge auto long-range dorsal, ventral guns and cannon's shot of the Helicarriers. He also reacted and avoid high-caliber bullets, missiles from a S.H.I.E.L.D quinjet.
  • Expert Acrobat: In order to withstand the equilibrium shifting caused by flight, Wilson is an expert acrobat. Many times during his battle with HYDRA, Wilson had to couple his acrobatic skills with his flight maneuvers to avoid being shot from the sky.
  • Expert Marksman: Wilson is a very accurate marksman skilled in sharpshooting, as he has shown with his retractable sidearms and expertise with U.S. military firearms.
  • Expert Martial Artist: As a former member of the United States Armed Forces, Wilson is highly trained and skilled in hand to hand combat. Wilson's fighting style include a combination of firearm improvisation, flight maneuvers such as swooping and aerial grappling, and modern army combatives. Wilson's modern army combatives derive elements from Muay Thai, American Boxing, and Taekwondo. He was able to subdue HYDRA operatives and hold his own against STRIKE leader Brock Rumlow, though he was unable to defeat him.
  • Expert Tactician: Wilson has shown capabilities in planning special operations, as he was able to help Captain America and his team strategize the plan to destroy the Insight Helicarriers and unmask HYDRA. He was able to react and respond to Ant-Man's unprecedented appearance and was able to perfectly counter his unique attacks after only viewing them momentarily.
  • Master Pilot: Wilson displays the utmost skill when flying with his EXO wings; he can perform many advanced and complicated maneuvers while in midair.
  • Shield Mastery: When Sam decided to take on the mantle of Captain America, Wilson started to train with the shield and became highly skilled with it. He was able to ricochet the shield against surfaces, knock down several Flag Smashers in seconds, and combine the use of the shield with his EXO wings.



  • EXO-7 Falcon: Prototype jet-pack with wings that enables the user to fly. The wings can also be used as defensive and offensive weapons, as they are highly flexible and bulletproof.
  • Steyr SPP: Falcon carries two of these machine pistols in the holsters of his EXO-7 suit. He uses them to great effect during the assault on the Helicarrier.
  • M4 Carbine: Wilson used the weapon to cover Captain America and Black Widow after being ambushed by mercenaries in Washington, D.C.
  • Captain America's Shield: After Captain America returned to the past to live with Peggy Carter, he passed the shield to Sam. After re-taking it from John Walker, Sam trained and became more capable with the shield and was able to combine his EXO-7 wings with them.



  • Paul Wilson † - Father
  • Darlene Wilson † - Mother
  • Sarah Wilson - Sister
  • Aunt †
  • Brother-in-Law †
  • AJ Wilson - Nephew
  • Cass Wilson - Nephew



Video Game Only

  • R.A.I.D.
    • Sinthea Schmidt/Sin
    • Tony Masters/Taskmaster
    • Lancaster Sneed/Shockwave
  • Serpent Society
    • Klaus Voorhees/King Cobra
    • Gordon Fraley/Puff Adder
    • Rachel Leighton/Diamondback
  • U.L.T.I.M.A.T.U.M.


Don't look at me, I do what he does, just slower.
~ Falcon to Nick Fury.
I'm more of a soldier than a spy.
~ Falcon.
It's really important to me that Cap never finds out about this.
~ Falcon not wanting Captain America finding out he was defeated by Ant-Man.
I just wanna make sure we consider all our options. Because people who shoot at you usually wind up shooting at me, too.
~ Falcon to Captain America.
Way to go, tic-tac!
~ Falcon to Ant-Man.
Well, you better go get a bad cop, because you would have to go Mark Fuhrman on my ass to get information out of me.
~ Wilson to Stark in the Raft.
Thank you. I'll do my best.
~ Falcon to an elderly Steve, being passed his shield.
The legacy of that shield is complicated.
~ Falcon in The Falcon and the Winter Soldier.
Subtle, got it.
~ Falcon to Major Hill on rescuing Captain Vassant.
I don't know if there's ever been a greater symbol. But it's more about the man who propped it up, and he's gone. So, today we honor Steve's legacy. But also, we look to the future. So, thank you, Captain America. But this belongs to you.
~ Sam giving the shield to the Smithsonian.
A good friend of mine once said, 'the price of freedom is high.' It always will be.
~ Falcon sighting Captain America in The Falcon and the Winter Soldier.
Hey, this is what you're not gonna do, you're not gonna come here in your overextended life and tell me about my rights!
~ Sam to Bucky on giving up the shield.
Hey, come on, man. I'm just messing with you. Come back. Look at you. All stealthy. A little time in Wakanda and you come out White Panther.
~ Sam to Bucky.
That little girl kicked your a**.
~ Falcon to Bucky.
John Walker: I'm not trying to be Steve. I'm not trying to replace Steve. I'm just trying to be the best Captain America I can be. That's it. It'd be a whole lot easier if I had Cap's wingmen on my side.
Sam Wilson: It's always that last line.
~ John Walker and Sam Wilson.
So you're telling me that there was a black super soldier decades ago, and nobody knew about it?
~ Sam to Bucky on Isiah Bradley and the African-American super soldiers.
Can you accept that I did what I thought was right?
~ Sam to Bucky.
We don't want anyone else to get hurt. John... you gotta give me the shield, man.
~ Falcon to Walker.
You want to climb out of the hell you're in, do the work.
~ Sam to Bucky.


  • In the comics, Sam Wilson is a Harlem native who moved to California and became a drug dealer, though this fact was revealed to be a collection of false memories planted by Red Skull. His plane crashed, and he was genetically altered with the ability to speak telepathically with birds. He is also the uncle of Jim Wilson, who appeared in The Incredible Hulk. Sam eventually took over as the new Captain America.
  • Falcon's suit in the film is more similar to the suit of his Ultimate comics variant than that of his Mainstream Universe version.
  • Falcon was the first African American superhero in mainstream comics.
  • It was considered for Falcon to appear in Spider-Man: Far From Home as the new Captain America to help Peter on his adventure, but it was dropped due to wanting to focus on the arc of a new generation of heroes.


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Iron Man
Iron Man | Happy Hogan | J.A.R.V.I.S. | Pepper Potts | James Rhodes | Ho Yinsen | S.H.I.E.L.D. (Agent Phil Coulson | Nick Fury) | Informant
The Incredible Hulk
Hulk | Betty Ross | Leonard Samson | Thunderbolt Ross | Tony Stark | Informant
Iron Man 2
Iron Man | Pepper Potts | Happy Hogan | J.A.R.V.I.S. | War Machine | S.H.I.E.L.D. (Black Widow | Agent Phil Coulson | Nick Fury) | Peter Parker | Informant
Thor Odinson | Loki Laufeyson | Odin Borson | Sif | Jane Foster | Darcy Lewis | Heimdall | Erik Selvig | Warriors Three (Fandral | Hogun | Volstagg) | Frigga | S.H.I.E.L.D. (Agent Phil Coulson | Hawkeye | Nick Fury) | Informant
Captain America: The First Avenger
Captain America | Peggy Carter | Bucky Barnes | Chester Phillips | Dum Dum Dugan | Gabe Jones | James Montgomery Falsworth | Jim Morita | Jacques Dernier | Abraham Erskine | Howard Stark | S.H.I.E.L.D. (Nick Fury) | Informant
The Avengers
The Avengers (Iron Man | Captain America | Thor Odinson | Black Widow | Hulk | Hawkeye) | S.H.I.E.L.D. (Nick Fury | Maria Hill | Agent Phil Coulson) | Pepper Potts | J.A.R.V.I.S. | Erik Selvig | Loki Laufeyson | Informant
Iron Man 3
Iron Man | Pepper Potts | War Machine | Happy Hogan | J.A.R.V.I.S. | Harley Keener | Informant | Bruce Banner | Ho Yinsen
Thor: The Dark World
Thor Odinson | Odin Borson | Loki Laufeyson | Sif | Jane Foster | Darcy Lewis | Heimdall | Bor Burison | Erik Selvig | Warriors Three (Fandral | Hogun | Volstagg) | Frigga | Informant
Captain America: The Winter Soldier
Captain America | Falcon | Black Widow | S.H.I.E.L.D. (Nick Fury | Maria Hill | Sharon Carter) | Winter Soldier | Peggy Carter | Quicksilver | Scarlet Witch | Informant
Guardians of the Galaxy
Guardians of the Galaxy (Star-Lord | Groot | Rocket Raccoon | Gamora | Drax) | Ravagers (Yondu Udonta | Kraglin Obfonteri) | Nebula | Howard the Duck | Cosmo | Nova Corps (Rhomann Dey | Irani Rael | Garthan Saal) | Informant
Avengers: Age of Ultron
The Avengers (Iron Man | Captain America | Thor Odinson | Black Widow | Hulk | Hawkeye | War Machine | Quicksilver | Scarlet Witch | Vision | Falcon) | J.A.R.V.I.S. | Maria Hill | Peggy Carter | Heimdall | Erik Selvig | Helen Cho | Nick Fury | F.R.I.D.A.Y. | Informant
Ant-Man | Hank Pym | Hope van Dyne | Luis | Jim Paxton | Dave | Ant-thony | Falcon | Cassie Lang | Kurt Goreshter | Peggy Carter | Howard Stark | Janet Van Dyne | Informant | Steve Rogers | Bucky Barnes
Captain America: Civil War
The Avengers (Captain America | Iron Man | Black Widow | Falcon | War Machine | Hawkeye | Vision | Scarlet Witch | Ant-Man) | Winter Soldier | Black Panther | Sharon Carter | Spider-Man | T'Chaka | Thunderbolt Ross | Everett Ross | May Parker | Howard Stark | F.R.I.D.A.Y. | Peggy Carter | Informant
Doctor Strange
Masters of the Mystic Arts (Doctor Strange | Ancient One | Wong) | Karl Mordo | Christine Palmer | Thor Odinson | Informant
Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2
Guardians of the Galaxy (Star-Lord | Groot | Rocket Raccoon | Gamora | Drax | Mantis | Yondu Udonta | Nebula) | Howard the Duck | Ravagers (Kraglin Obfonteri | Stakar Ogord | Martinex T'Naga | Charlie-27 | Aleta Ogord | Mainframe | Krugarr) | Adam Warlock | Informant
Spider-Man: Homecoming
Spider-Man | Iron Man | May Parker | Happy Hogan | Pepper Potts | Michelle Jones | Aaron Davis | Ned Leeds | Flash Thompson | Betty Brant | Karen | F.R.I.D.A.Y. | Captain America | Informant
Thor: Ragnarok
The Revengers (Thor Odinson | Loki Odinson | Hulk | Valkyrie | Korg | Miek) | Heimdall | Odin Borson | Skurge | Warriors Three (Fandral | Hogun | Volstagg) | Doctor Strange | Informant
Black Panther
Black Panther | Zuri | Okoye | Ayo | Nakia | Shuri | Ramonda | T'Chaka | M'Baku | Everett Ross | Informant | White Wolf
Avengers: Infinity War
The Avengers (Iron Man | Captain America | Thor Odinson | Black Widow | Hulk | War Machine | Spider-Man | Vision | Scarlet Witch | Falcon) | Masters of the Mystic Arts (Doctor Strange | Wong) | Black Panther | Guardians of the Galaxy (Gamora | Nebula | Mantis | Drax | Groot | Rocket Raccoon | Star-Lord) | Heimdall | White Wolf | Okoye | Eitri | Loki Odinson | Pepper Potts | Thunderbolt Ross | Shuri | M'Baku | F.R.I.D.A.Y. | Ned Leeds | Informant | Nick Fury | Maria Hill | Happy Hogan
Ant-Man and the Wasp
Ant-Man | Wasp | Hank Pym | Janet Van Dyne | Luis | Jim Paxton | Kurt Goreshter | Dave | Jimmy Woo | Cassie Lang | Informant
Captain Marvel
Captain Marvel | S.H.I.E.L.D. (Nick Fury | Agent Phil Coulson) | Maria Rambeau | Norex | Mar-Vell | Talos | Soren | Monica Rambeau | Goose | Informant | The Avengers (Steve Rogers | Natasha Romanoff | Bruce Banner | James Rhodes)
Avengers: Endgame
The Avengers (Iron Man | Captain America | Thor Odinson | Black Widow | Hulk | Hawkeye | War Machine | Ant-Man | Captain Marvel | Nebula | Okoye | Rocket Raccoon | Spider-Man | Scarlet Witch | Falcon) | Masters of the Mystic Arts (Doctor Strange | Wong | Ancient One) | Black Panther | Wasp | Howard the Duck | Valkyrie | Bucky Barnes | Guardians of the Galaxy (Mantis | Drax | Groot | Star-Lord) | Shuri | Happy Hogan | May Parker | Korg | Ramonda | Hank Pym | Janet Van Dyne | Thunderbolt Ross | Maria Hill | Morgan Stark | Harley Keener | M'Baku | Ned Leeds | Ravagers (Kraglin Obfonteri) | Rescue | Nick Fury | Cassie Lang | F.R.I.D.A.Y. | Loki Laufeyson | Gamora | Howard Stark | Peggy Carter | Jane Foster | Edwin Jarvis | Miek | Informant
Spider-Man: Far From Home
Spider-Man | Nick Fury | Michelle Jones | Maria Hill | Happy Hogan | E.D.I.T.H. | Ned Leeds | May Parker | Flash Thompson | Betty Brant | Talos | Soren
Black Widow
Black Widow | Yelena Belova | Red Guardian | Melina Vostokoff | Rick Mason | Thunderbolt Ross
Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings
Shang-Chi | Katy Chen | Xialing | Ying Li | Wong | Ying Nan | Jon Jon | Great Protector | Guang Bo | Trevor Slattery | Morris | The Avengers (Bruce Banner | Carol Danvers)
Sersi | Ikaris | Kingo | Sprite | Phastos | Makkari | Druig | Gilgamesh | Ajak | Thena | Black Knight | Blade | Starfox | Pip the Troll
Spider-Man: No Way Home
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Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. (Season 1)
S.H.I.E.L.D. (Agent Phil Coulson, Melinda May, Skye, Leo Fitz, Jemma Simmons, Nick Fury & Maria Hill) | Deathlok | Sif
Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. (Season 2)
S.H.I.E.L.D. (Agent Phil Coulson, Melinda May, Skye, Mockingbird, Leo Fitz, Jemma Simmons, Lance Hunter, Peggy Carter, Robert Gonzales, Deathlok & Maria Hill) | Sif | Lash | Lincoln Campbell
Agent Carter
Peggy Carter | Edwin Jarvis | Howard Stark
Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. (Season 3)
S.H.I.E.L.D. (Agent Phil Coulson, Melinda May, Daisy Johnson, Mockingbird, Leo Fitz, Jemma Simmons, Lance Hunter, Lincoln Campbell, Joey Gutierrez) | Lash
Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. (Season 4)
S.H.I.E.L.D. (Agent Phil Coulson | Melinda May | Quake) | Ghost Rider
Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. (Seasons 5 & 6)
S.H.I.E.L.D. (Agent Phil Coulson | Melinda May | Quake)
Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. (Season 7)
S.H.I.E.L.D. (Agent Phil Coulson | Melinda May | Quake)
House of Agon (Black Bolt | Medusa | Triton | Karnak | Gorgon | Lockjaw | Crystal)
Daredevil (Season 1)
Daredevil | Foggy Nelson | Karen Page | Claire Temple
Jessica Jones (Season 1)
Jessica Jones | Luke Cage | Trish Walker | Claire Temple
Daredevil (Season 2)
Daredevil | Karen Page | Foggy Nelson | Punisher | Elektra | Claire Temple
Luke Cage (Season 1)
Luke Cage | Claire Temple | Trish Walker
Iron Fist (Season 1)
Iron Fist | Colleen Wing | Ward Meachum | Claire Temple
The Punisher
Punisher | Karen Page
The Defenders
The Defenders (Daredevil | Jessica Jones | Luke Cage | Iron Fist) | Foggy Nelson | Colleen Wing | Trish Walker | Karen Page | Elektra | Claire Temple
Jessica Jones (Season 2)
Jessica Jones | Trish Walker | Foggy Nelson
Luke Cage (Season 2)
Luke Cage | Colleen Wing | Iron Fist | Claire Temple | Foggy Nelson
Iron Fist (Season 2)
Iron Fist | Colleen Wing | Ward Meachum
Daredevil (Season 3)
Daredevil | Karen Page | Foggy Nelson
Jessica Jones (Season 3)
Jessica Jones | Trish Walker | Luke Cage
Runaways (Season 1)
Runaways (Alex Wilder | Chase Stein | Molly Hernandez | Nico Minoru | Karolina Dean | Gert Yorkes | Old Lace)
Runaways (Season 2)
Runaways (Alex Wilder | Chase Stein | Molly Hernandez | Nico Minoru | Karolina Dean | Gert Yorkes | Old Lace) | Xavin
Runaways (Season 3)
Runaways (Alex Wilder | Chase Stein | Molly Hernandez | Nico Minoru | Karolina Dean | Gert Yorkes | Old Lace) | Xavin
Daimon Helstrom | Ana Helstrom
Cloak & Dagger
Cloak & Dagger | Brigid O'Reilly
Scarlet Witch | Vision | Darcy Lewis | Jimmy Woo | S.W.O.R.D. (Monica Rambeau) | Quicksilver
The Falcon and the Winter Soldier
Falcon | Winter Soldier | Joaquín Torres | James Rhodes | U.S. Agent | Battlestar | Isaiah Bradley | Sharon Carter | Ayo | Global Repatriation Council
Loki (Season 1)
Loki Laufeyson | Sylvie Laufeydottir | Mobius | Hunter B-15 | Hunter C-20 | Classic Loki | Kid Loki | Alligator Loki
What If...? (Season 1)
The Watcher | Guardians of the Multiverse (Captain Carter | Star-Lord (T'Challa) | Party Thor | Gamora (Daughter of Thanos) | Black Widow (Ultron's Timeline) | Strange Supreme) | HYDRA Stomper | Bucky Barnes | Abraham Erskine | Howard Stark | Dum Dum Dugan | S.H.I.E.L.D. (Nick Fury | Agent Phil Coulson | Maria Hill) | Ravagers (Yondu Udonta | Kraglin Obfonteri | Thanos | Korath the Pursuer) | Drax | Lady Nebula | Okoye | Shuri | Ramonda | T'Chaka | Howard the Duck | Cosmo | Star-Lord | The Avengers (Iron Man | Captain America | Thor Odinson | Black Widow | Hulk | Hawkeye) | Loki Laufeyson | Sif | Betty Ross | Thunderbolt Ross | Captain Marvel | Warriors Three (Fandral | Hogun | Volstagg) | Doctor Strange | Ancient One | Wong | O'Bengh | Christine Palmer | Vision | Wasp | Ant-Man | Happy Hogan | Sharon Carter | Kurt Goreshter | Spider-Man | Falcon | Scarlet Witch | Black Panther | Hank Pym | Janet Van Dyne | James Rhodes | Pepper Potts | J.A.R.V.I.S. | Jane Foster | Darcy Lewis | Frigga | Odin Borson | Heimdall | Korg | Miek | Nebula | Valkyrie | Rocket Raccoon | Mantis | Gamora | Eitri
Hawkeye | Kate Bishop | Lucky | Yelena Belova | Jack Duquesne