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in: Comics, 1974, 1974, November Bronze-Age, Captain America Vol 1, Roy Thomas/Editor-in-Chief, Ron Wilson/Cover Artist, Frank Giacoia/Cover Artist, Steve Englehart/Writer, Sal Buscema/Penciler, Vincent Joseph Colletta/Inker, Petra Scotese/Colourist, Tom Orzechowski/Letterer, Roy Thomas/Editor, Clinton Barton (Earth-616)/Quotes, Steven Rogers (Earth-616)/Appearances, Samuel Wilson (Earth-616)/Appearances, Redwing (Earth-616)/Appearances, Sharon Carter (Earth-616)/Appearances, Margaret Carter (Earth-616)/Appearances, Clinton Barton (Earth-616)/Appearances, Boss Morgan (Earth-616)/Appearances, Scar Turpin (Earth-616)/Appearances, Robert Russo (Earth-616)/Appearances, Roscoe Simons (Earth-616)/Appearances, Zzzax (Earth-616)/Appearances, Bruce Banner (Earth-616)/Appearances, Thor Odinson (Earth-616)/Appearances, Space Phantom (Earth-616)/Appearances, Matthew Murdock (Earth-616)/Appearances, Stephen Strange (Earth-616)/Appearances, Brunnhilde (Earth-616)/Appearances, Richard Jones (Earth-616)/Appearances, Vision (Earth-616)/Appearances, Peter Parker (Earth-616)/Appearances, New York City/Appearances, Manhattan/Appearances, Harlem/Appearances, Captain America's Shield/Appearances, Captain America's Uniform/Appearances, Hawkeye's Bow/Appearances, Falcon's Wings/Appearances, Value Stamps/Appearances

Captain America Vol 1 179

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Captain America Vol 1 179

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Quote1 Thrice shalt thou see me, Thrice shall we vie -- and then on the fourth time Steve Rogers shall die! Quote2
-- Golden Archer (Clint Barton)

Appearing in "Slings and Arrows"Edit

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Other Characters:

  • Scar Turpin (who assumes and quits the role of Captain America this issue)
  • Bob Russo (Only in flashback) (who officially quits his quest to be the new Captain America)
  • Roscoe
  • "Rasputin" a biker gang member

Other Flashback Cameos By:

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Synopsis for "Slings and Arrows"Edit

Friend and former Avenger Hawkeye disguises himself as the villainous Golden Archer to lure Steve Rogers into resuming his crime-fighting career. Roscoe informs the Falcon that he plans on being the new Captain America. After his confrontation with the Golden Archer, Steve decides to return to life of crime-fighting, but not as Captain America.

  • This issue contains a letters page, Let's Rap With Cap. Letters are published from Ralph Macchio, Peter J. Sinnott, and John Weylar
  • This issue is reprinted in the trade paperback Nomad.


  • No trivia.


See AlsoEdit


  • None.


  • The Grand Comics Database: Captain America #179 [1]
  • The Unoffical Marvel Value Stamp Site [2]

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