Sharon Carter

Sharon Carter, alias Agent 13, is a fictional character, a secret agent in the Marvel Comics universe. She is an ex-field agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. under Nick Fury and occasionally the girlfriend of Captain America.

In original continuity, Sharon was said to be the younger sister of Peggy Carter, the wartime love interest of Captain America, but she was later retconned as Peggy's niece because of the unaging nature of comic book characters.

Read more about Sharon Carter:  Publication History, Fictional Character Biography, Powers and Abilities

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