almost a whole year ago!), so you might need to pop back for a refresher course on how AM stole a German bomber and what fiendish plans he had for it. Geez, AM, even in wartime you're supposed to keep civilian casualties to a minimum!
This may be the first and last time we read of John being Asian instead of Caucasian. He's certainly drawn as if Caucasian.
It should come as no shock that hetrocoryn is not a real thing. Hence, Bill Everett could have AM encounter it virtually anywhere.
Also note that, instead of being cut off immediately to his powers, John only gradually weakens over a number of melee turns. What that means, game mechanics-wise, is less clear. Perhaps he loses access to one random prepared power per turn, and then wrecking things last once the others are gone.
Enough time has passed for his weakness to go away, but we don't know how much time.
Nazis are not normally shown to be conscientious about who they shoot, which is refreshingly nice.
It's unlikely that saving people from drowning is what King feels like he was missing his whole life.
Only thousands, King? Not even tens of thousands? Doris could convince him to go straight right now if she just explained inflation to him.
(Scans courtesy of Comic Book Plus.)