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Captain America Vol 1 344

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Quote1 If you were just to give me the chance, I could make you happier than anyone has ever made you! Quote2
-- Diamondback

Appearing in "Don't Tread on Me"Edit

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Synopsis for "Don't Tread on Me"Edit

A toxin turns President Ronald Reagan into a snake and Captain America battles him in the oval office. After the president has stripped down to his underwear and taken snake form Captain America must avoid being attacked but can't fight back because he doesn't want to kill the leader of the free world. Snake-Reagan eventually sweats so much his scales melt off and he regains his human form.

  • This is a Giant-Sized issue.
  • This issue contains a letters page, American Grafitti. Letters are published from: David Meta, Michael J. Oliver, Steve Miko, and Jeff Melton.
  • This story is reprinted in trade paperback.[1]


  • No trivia.


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  • The Grand Comics Database: Captain America #344 [1]

Footnotes

  1. Captain America: The Captain



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