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Captain America Vol 1 230

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Quote1 Hulk, these men are hasslin' me, man! Quote2
-- Jim Wilson

Appearing in "Assault on Alcatraz"Edit

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Synopsis for "Assault on Alcatraz"Edit

Captain America, Marvel Man, and Vamp take a tour guide to Alcatraz. Corporation agents abduct Bruce Banner and his friend, Fred Sloan, and take them to their HQ beneath Alcatraz. Cap, Marvel Man, and Vamp infiltrate the base, but Marvel Man's eagerness gives away their element of surprise. They storm the bunker to find Falcon chained to sea gates. Corporation manager Curtiss Jackson explains that Falcon and Banner are bait for Falcon's nephew, Jim Wilson, a former associate. Kligger, a rival Corporation executive, appears with Moonstone and their captive, Jim Wilson. Kligger proposes a trade of Jim for Cap, and Vamp reveals herself as Kligger's operative. Cap and Marvel Man fight back, and Banner turns into the Hulk and joins the melee. The confused Hulk dispatches Cap and Marvel Man, and Kligger turns Vamp into the monstrous Animus to help Moonstone defeat the Hulk. With the heroes unconscious, Jackson opens the sea gates and water rushes into the chamber.

  • This issue contains a letters page, Letters to the Living Legend. Letters are published from Matt Kaufman and David Zimmerman.




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  • The Grand Comics Database: Captain America #230 [1]

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