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- ... There's no law that says a tired Super-Hero can't grab himself a vacation!
- -- Steve Rogers
Appearing in "Mission: Stamp Out Satan's Angels"Edit
- Dickie, Whitey's kid brother (First appearance)
- W.C. Fields (Only in flashback)
- Clark Gable (Only in flashback)
- Bucky Barnes (Only in flashback)
- Nazis (Only in flashback)
- Heinrich Zemo (Only in flashback)
- Sammy (First appearance)
Synopsis for "Mission: Stamp Out Satan's Angels"Edit
Distraught by over-hearing comments by pedestrians that Cap is a has-been, Steve Rogers buys a motorcycle and leaves town intending to drive across the country. Entering Coits Neck, he is arrested by a policeman who thinks he is a member of Satans Angels. Hearing about the arrest of a fellow biker the angels break Steve out of jail, injuring a policeman. Steve refuses to go with them, opting to help the injured officer, and then rents a room in town. That night the Angels terrorize an outdoor music festival by racing their motorcycles through the audience. Cap arrives on his bike to halt the destruction. Whitey attempts to run down Cap with his cycle but Cap uses his shield to knock Whitey off. Whitey's runaway motorcycle then strikes a member of the audience who turns out to be Whitey's younger brother, Dickie. Whitey is repentant, but Dickie needs a doctor. Meanwhile, the Red Skull watches this scene on a viewscreen.
- This issue features a letters page, Let's Rap With Cap. Letters are published from Anthony Flood, Rick Barker, Ted Field, and Wade McDonald.
- This issue is reprinted in Essential Captain America #3.
- No trivia.
Links and ReferencesEdit
- The Grand Comics Database: Captain America #128 
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