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in: Comics, 1977, 1977, March Bronze-Age, Captain America Vol 1, Archie Goodwin/Editor-in-Chief, Jack Kirby/Cover Artist, Frank Giacoia/Cover Artist, Jack Kirby/Writer, Jack Kirby/Penciler, Frank Giacoia/Inker, George Roussos/Colourist, Jim Novak/Letterer, Jack Kirby/Editor, Steven Rogers (Earth-616)/Quotes, Steven Rogers (Earth-616)/Appearances, Samuel Wilson (Earth-616)/Appearances, Sharon Carter (Earth-616)/Appearances, Leila Taylor (Earth-616)/Appearances, Hector Santiago (Earth-616)/Appearances, Strategic Homeland Intervention, Enforcement and Logistics Division (Earth-616)/Appearances, Donna Maria Puentes (Earth-616)/Appearances, New York City/Appearances, Rio de Muerte/Appearances, Captain America's Shield/Appearances, Captain America's Uniform/Appearances, Falcon's Wings/Appearances

Captain America Vol 1 207


Captain America Vol 1 207

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Quote1 You can only be Hector Santiago -- The one they call the Swine! Quote2
-- Captain America

Appearing in "The Tiger and the Swine"Edit

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Synopsis for "The Tiger and the Swine"Edit

Steve awakens in a plane flying over the Rio De Muerte. He breaks free and battles his kidnappers, but the pilot is killed during the melee and the plane crashes in the jungle. Steve emerges from the wreckage and becomes Captain America, only wanting to find a way home. In New York, Sam and Leila find Sharon recovering from the tranquilizer gas in her apartment. Sam fears Cap has been kidnapped. In the jungle, prison guards find Cap but he dispenses with them and finds himself confronting the Swine. Meanwhile, after taking Sharon to the hospital, Sam and Leila check in with SHIELD. The Swine shoots at Cap who deflects the bullet with his shield and hangs the Swine up in a tree. Falcon flies along the coastline searching for Cap who wanders through the jungle until stumbling on a prison work detail. Seeking food, Cap attacks and defeats the guards, discovering that the inmates are so spiritless, they are in an almost zombie state. At the prison, the Swine tortures the prisoners who spoke of his humiliation at Cap's hands. Donna Maria revels in Cap's successes, telling her cousin, "I hope he breaks you, Swine!"

  • This issue contains a letters page, Let's Rap With Cap. Letters are published from larry Twiss, Brian Nelson, Chester Caill, Bruce Barrows, and Eric Sandberg. The letters page also contains a Statement of Ownership, Management, and Circulation.
  • This story is reprinted in comics and books, see references for more info.[1]

  • No trivia.

See AlsoEdit

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  • The Grand Comics Database: Captain America #207 [1]


  1. This issue is reprinted in the following comics/TPB's:

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