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Captain America Vol 1 155


Captain America Vol 1 155

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Quote1 We took Captain America! We can take a darkie and a frail! Quote2
-- Bucky (Jack Monroe)

Appearing in "The Incredible Origin of the Other Captain America!"Edit

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Solicit Synopsis:Edit

So you think you know all about the beginnings of our star-spangled stalwart? Well, wait'll you read - the Secret Origin of Captain America! A shocker!

  • A portion of Young Men #24 (December, 1953) is reprinted in this issue. (Original story by Stan Lee and John Romita Sr.). Dialogue has been slightly altered.
  • The Man With No Face appeared in Captain America Comics #77, (1954).
  • Electro appeared in Captain America Comics #78, (1954).
  • This story is #1023Z (as noted at the bottom on Pg. 1).
  • John Costanza lettered the splash page of this issue.
  • The plot of Captain America of the 1950's returning to the Marvel Universe belongs to Editor Roy Thomas.
  • This issue contains a letters page, "Let's Rap With Cap". Lettters are published from: Garnet H. G. Barcelo, Rick Bedard, Kevin Zimmer, and Philip Healy.
  • This issue is reprinted in, and this issue's cover also serves as the cover for, Essential Captain America #3.

  • In this issue, we find that the Grand Director is a member of Captain America's golden age fan club: The Sentinels of Liberty. He is shown wearing the club's distinctive badge.

See AlsoEdit

  • None.

  • The Grand Comics Database: Captain America #155 [1]


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