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- You are good mon Capitan, but not even you can best a hundred super foes!
Appearing in "Disguise the Limit"Edit
- Absorbing Man
- Black Talon
- Blizzard (Donny Gill)
- Dragonfly (Veronica Dultry)
- Eel (Edward Lavell)
- Flying Tiger
- Iron Maiden (Melina Vostakoff)
- Killer Shrike
- Moonstone (Karla Sofen)
- Razorfist III
- Scorpion (MacDonald Gargan)
- Snapdragon (Sheoke Sanada)
- Speed Demon
- Stilt-Man (Wilbur Day)
- General Wo, a Sumo
Synopsis for "Disguise the Limit"Edit
While Captain America, disguised as Crossbones, battles General Wo, Superia offers Diamondback disguised as Mother Night a position in her Femizons. As Cap defeats Wo and faces off against Razorfist, Falcon, disguised as Jack 0 Lantern, searches for Diamondback. Meanwhile, Shang-Chi breaks out of a crate on a mission to dismantle any business relationships A.I.M. had with his late father, Fu Manchu. Cap defeats Razorfist only to be confronted by the final opponent, Batroc, who recognizes Cap through his fighting style. When Cap refuses to let Batroc defeat him, "Crossbones" is revealed to the audience as Captain America. Meanwhile in a bid to take over AIM, Superia assassinates Alessandro Brannex When MODAM attacks Superia in retaliation, Blackbird and Iron Maiden fly to Superia's aid. "Mother Night" confronts Snapdragon, revealing herself as Diamondback. Falcon drops his Jack 0' Lantern disguise to search for Diamondback but Shang-Chi attacks him, thinking he's an AIM agent. In the arena Cap faces of against a horde of super villains.
- This issue contains a letters page, American Grafitti. Letters are published from: Michael D. Krabbenhoft, Robert Hermedes, G. Ryan martin, T.S. Wessner, and Jorav Sten Petterson.
- Captain America, Vol. 1
- Captain America, Vol. 2
- Captain America, Vol. 3
- Captain America, Vol. 4
- Captain America, Vol. 5
- Captain America and the Falcon
Links and ReferencesEdit
- Captain America article at Wikipedia
- Captain America profile at the Marvel Directory
- Captain America profile at Marvel Universe
- Captain America profile at Toonopedia
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