In the second story Cap is afraid that his crime fighting buddy, The Falcon, will leave him. This has the gayest dialogue that I've ever read in a comic book, and I've read a lot of comics.
If he's that close to her...then he can't be with me! I don't know how, but I've managed to lose another partner! This is some of Cap's dialogue that has me scratching my head.
Cap's thoughts about the situation read like a romance comic script. Increasing the awkward feelings is that the story was given to an artist more suited for romance comics. Surely the writer must have been messing with the fans. This story also marks the debut of the Falcon's more well known costume.
The first half of the book has solid work by John Romita at his peak. Nixon and Agnew are part of the cast. Shield's "Femme Force" are introduced.