Captain America #228 (December 1978)

This issue leads off a four-issue search for Captain America's former partner, Sam Wilson (aka the Falcon), but not before some soul-searching on the part of the Sentinel of Liberty... with help from an unlikely source. (Let's just say that when you need advice from this guy, you're know you're in trouble.) Our story opens... Continue Reading →

Invaders #34-37 (November 1978-February 1979)

These four issues focus heavily on other heroes, so there is little Captain America content at all (much less ethically interesting content), but there is other material of interest concerning the other characters and history of the day, so full speed ahead! Issue #34 begins with the Invaders receiving distressing news about a colleague and... Continue Reading →

Daredevil #155-157 (November 1978-March 1979)

These three issues of Daredevil feature Captain America alongside the Avengers—including the Black Widow, who reunites with her old flame Daredevil while he's having some issues of his own (as he often does). Cap's involvement is scant but surprisingly significant, and if this Winghead post gets you interested in Hornhead, all the better! (I'll link... Continue Reading →

Captain America #226-227 (October-November 1978)

These two issues shift from the "Who Is Steve Rogers?" storyline that concluded in the last issue and launches into "Am I Still Captain America?" beginning from that issue's cliffhanger ending: Cap's super-soldier serum was apparently neutralized, leaving him no longer a perfect physical specimen, but rather the original scrawny Steve Rogers, as we see... Continue Reading →

Captain America #225 (September 1978)

In this issue, we finally learn the secrets of what is supposed to have been Steve Rogers's life before he underwent Project Rebirth, which we later learn are false details, explained away in issue #247 and replaced in issue #255 by the now-familiar ones. This issue starts with the aftermath from the last, a horrific... Continue Reading →

Invaders #32-33 (September-October 1978)

These two issues introduce a familiar face to the World War II era: the mighty Thor, visiting Midgard (Earth) as he had been doing for centuries, but rarely this close to his eventual banishment there in the form of Dr. Donald Blake in August 1962's Journey into Mystery #83. We also meet another familiar face—albeit... Continue Reading →

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