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Fawn
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Bio:
Fawn was created by Rick Jones and was a mental construct. Only Rick could see her. She was killed by the Kree's Supreme Intelligence.

Notes:
Fawn looked like Lou-Ann Savannah. Fawn was created by Steve Englehart & Al Milgrom.

First Appearance: Captain Marvel (1968) #42

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Captain Marvel (1968)

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