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Quote1 Himmel! Zemo...der dum radio said der "F" verd! France! France! @#*^@ France! Quote2
-- The Red Skull, to Baron Zemo, in "Der Last Time I Stormed Paris!"

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Oversized Marvel Hardcovers

Captain America- Red, White & Blue Vol 1 1 panel

Cap leads the charge of the Big Red One.

What does Captain America represent?

Captain America the icon is all things to all people- the mighty hero and his indestructible shield is at once comforting and inspiring, challenging and friendly, powerful and timeless. This "Living Legend" is the embodiment of American values and the dream shared by the people of our great nation.

The book you hold roams between humorous and serious, farcical and personal, and, with luck, invokes the power people give over to Captain America. Regardless of your worldview, your likes and dislikes, your take on the world should find a little toehold here. By design, there should be a little something for everyone.

The creators, more than fifty of them, worked for a full year to craft timeless stand-alone stories, to be accompanied by some of the finest craftsmen in the industry, with the challenge of working with a color palette limited to Cap's signature colors of "Red, White and Blue." We've mixed these original short stories with reprints by some of the most memorable creators to ever work on our Star-Spangled Avenger. The names on these reprints include Stan Lee, Jack Kirby, Jim Steranko, Frank Miller, Roger Stern and the modern era's "knights" in shining armor: John Rieber and John Cassaday. Our goal: to underscore that this is the best we could do.

Why would we invest so much time and effort to publish this hardcover? Well, nobody remembers birthdays 65 or 70 in quite the same way, so everyone involved knew their work would need to stand the test of time- because we may not have a Cap celebration like this until he hits 75!

And, really, does he deserve anything less?

(From inside the dust jacket)

Appearing in "Origin" • 2 pagesEdit


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Synopsis for "Origin" • 2 pagesEdit

The origin of Captain America, from the super-serum to falling into suspended animation after WWII.

Appearing in "The Legend and the Lore" • 10 pagesEdit


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Synopsis for "The Legend and the Lore" • 10 pagesEdit

Big Red One infantryman named Shorty witnesses the brave leadership of Captain America as he helps them gainposition on the Red Skull and turn their super-weapon- the Ragnarok tank- against them.

Appearing in "Why I Fight" • 8 pagesEdit


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Synopsis for "Why I Fight" • 8 pagesEdit

A downed pilot relives moments of past war glories while deserted on an island.

Appearing in "An Epic Battle" • 8 pagesEdit


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Synopsis for "An Epic Battle" • 8 pagesEdit

Captain America takes on a Nazi werewolf inside castle walls.

Appearing in "Faces" • 8 pagesEdit


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Synopsis for "Faces" • 8 pagesEdit

A young boy in a Nazi schoolhouse is caught reading a copy of Captain America comics. The Red Skull forces the boy to prove his ultimate allegiance to the Aryan cause.

Appearing in "Cap Versus Rarebit" • 2 pagesEdit


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Synopsis for "Cap Versus Rarebit" • 2 pagesEdit

Cap has a bad dream brought on rarebit cheese K-rations!

Appearing in "...They just fade away..." • 5 pagesEdit


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Synopsis for "...They just fade away..." • 5 pagesEdit

Cap visits a man on his deathbed who saved his life in WWII.

Appearing in "Red Under the Mask" • 8 pagesEdit


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Synopsis for "Red Under the Mask" • 8 pagesEdit

Captain America goes before the Senate Commission led by Joseph McRooter, who is actually disguised as the Red Skull.

Appearing in "Red Raid" • 8 pagesEdit


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Synopsis for "Red Raid" • 8 pagesEdit

Captain America must defuse a bomb inside the brain stem of a patient, when he is confronted by the Red Bra, a Soviet double-agent who is actually Sharon Carter! He is saved by the Black Mamba, who helps dispatch the threat of the Red Bra. He finds out later that the man who's life he helped save was a comic book writer developing commie propaganda.

Appearing in "American Dream" • 8 pagesEdit


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Synopsis for "American Dream" • 8 pagesEdit

Cap falls into the ice-cold ocean and as he slips into suspended animation, has a recurring dream about Bucky saving his life many times over until he is an old man. Then he is awoken as he is saved by the Avengers.

Appearing in "Capsploitation" • 8 pagesEdit


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Synopsis for "Capsploitation" • 8 pagesEdit

Nick Fury sends the Falcon out to find Cap and defeat the Red Skull and Nightshade. He finds Cap going undercover as a pimp. It turns out that Red Skull and Nightshade put him under a mind-control chemical, making him change personalities...but it is revealed that this is all footage from an "exploitation" movie,and Cap and the Falcon give the producer a piece of their mind.

Appearing in "The Pledge" • 6 pagesEdit


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Synopsis for "The Pledge" • 6 pagesEdit

Auto workers gather together in a local bar after work and, against the backdrop of Captain America's intervention in the mystery shooting of a local civil rights leader, have an intense argument about race relations.

Appearing in "A Winter's Tale" • 6 pagesEdit


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Synopsis for "A Winter's Tale" • 6 pagesEdit

A story contrasting Captain America fighting against the Red Skull for control of the Cosmic Cube and Steve Rogers being indigent and treated for mental illness and post-traumatic stress disorder.

Appearing in "Der Last Time I Stormed Paris" • 2 pagesEdit


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Synopsis for "Der Last Time I Stormed Paris" • 2 pagesEdit

Baron Zemo and the Red Skull decide to annihilate France.

Appearing in "The Captain America Conspiracy!" • 8 pagesEdit


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Synopsis for "The Captain America Conspiracy!" • 8 pagesEdit

Captain America takes on a group of hate speech counter-revolutionaries trying to do in a sect of the KKK.

Appearing in "The Fantastic Origin of the Red Skull"Edit

This story is a reprint of the comic
Tales of Suspense #66.

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Synopsis for "The Fantastic Origin of the Red Skull"Edit

The Red Skull regales a captured Captain America with tales of his origin, including being hand-selected by Adolf Hitler to be his prize soldier in the Nazi army. 10 pages • June 1965

Appearing in "Tomorrow You Live, Tonight I Die!"Edit

This story is a reprint of the comic
Captain America #111.

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Synopsis for "Tomorrow You Live, Tonight I Die!"Edit

Captain America and Rick Jones must work overtime to fight off the menace of Madame Hydra and her Hydra agents, including the Man-Killer! 20 pages + cover • March 1969

Appearing in "Home Fires"Edit

This story is a reprint of the comic
Marvel Fanfare #18.

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Synopsis for "Home Fires"Edit

A group of disaffected locals go on an arson spree in Brooklyn that cuts to the heart of Captain America's faith in the common man. 21 pages + cover • January 1985

Appearing in "Dust"Edit

This story is a reprint of the comic
Captain America Vol 4 #1.

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Synopsis for "Dust"Edit

In the aftermath of September 11, Captain America must redouble his efforts to fight against terrorists who would destroy a small town in Middle America, and against Americans who would turn on their fellow man in a time of grief and stress. 36 pages + cover • June 2002

  • 97 pages of original material, plus 89 pages of reprints

Reprints:

Original Material by:

  • Mark Waid
  • Evan Dorkin
  • Alex Ross
  • Bruce Timm
  • Bruce Jones
  • Max Allan Collins
  • Bill Sienkiewicz
  • Paul Dini
  • and many more!

List price: $29.99 (US) • $48.00 (Canada) ISBN: 0-7851-1033-X 192 pages

Original Release Date: 9/11/02 Current In-Print Edition: First Print

  • Parts of this issue are reprinted in comics and books, see references for info. [1]


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