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Captain America Vol 1 229


Captain America Vol 1 229

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Quote1 Ne'er hath the Prince of Power bothered with coin of the realm! It seemed such a trifle! Quote2
-- Hercules

Appearing in "Traitors All About Me"Edit

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Synopsis for "Traitors All About Me"Edit

SHIELD agents survey the remains of their decommissioned New York HQ. After they leave, Captain America emerges with Constrictor from the wreckage and interrogates the assassin for information about the Corporation, who he believes is responsible ;or Falcons disappearance. With his apartment still a mess, Cap stops by Avengers Mansion for some travelling money and takes a bus to SHIELD'S new Los Angeles HQ. Cap confronts the SHIELD Super-Agents and fights the team to flush out the traitor in their ranks. Cap's gambit works, and Blue Streak reveals himself as a Corporation spy. Vamp savagely pummels Blue Streak for information, but Cap stops her by removing her absorb-belt. Disgusted, Texas Twister quits the Super-Agents. Blue Streak reveals that the Corporation is holding Falcon at Alcatraz.

  • This issue contains a letters page, Letters to the Living Legend. A letter is published from David Zimmerman.

  • No trivia.

See AlsoEdit

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  • The Grand Comics Database: Captain America #229 [1]


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