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Roger, or Lancelot did not discover his powers until after he had joined the army where he found that along with being incredibly strong he could also develop almost any ability he concentrated on, from flight and “radar sense” to being able to rearrange his molecules to make himself lighter, and so run faster, or as hard as steel, he then dedicated himself to fighting communism as The Shield.
Timely Comics introduces a new hero to the comic book nation! The Super-Soldier Serum has created the perfect, and unique, Soldier to defend our homelands from the Nazis. Plus: Satan’s Murder Mob! Schickegruber’s Sinister Saboteurs! J. Edgar’s Gorgeous G-Girls!Ancient enigmas and modern miracles, and the mysterious life and death of the Red Skull! With a special guest appearance by the president of the United States!
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Leading off a series of celebratory specials commemorating Marvel's 70th Anniversary, James (STARMAN, SUPERMAN) Robinson and Marcos (AMAZING SPIDER-MAN) Martin bring you an untold story of the living legend. In the days before he becomes Captain America, a scrawny kid from Brooklyn named Steve Rogers shows the world that you don't need a super-soldier serum to be a hero. Plus a classic Captain America tale from the Golden Age by Joe Simon and Jack Kirby.
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A superhero anthology running 17 issues cover-dated August 1941 to Fall 1945, it showcased early work by industry legends Jack Kirby and Stan Lee, and famed cartoonist Basil Wolverton, introduced the Whizzer and other characters, and for much of its run starred Captain America during that long-running character's World War II height of popularity.
The Human Torch is a fictional superhero appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics. The character is a founding member of the Fantastic Four. A similar, unrelated character of the same name and powers was created in 1939 by writer-artist Carl Burgos for Marvel Comics' predecessor company, Timely Comics.
Real Fact Comics was an anthology series composed of short graphic and prose stories which purported to outline the "real facts" behind many famous individuals. Highlights include: The controversial article creditingBob Kane with the sole creation of Batman, Robin and The Joker, The first published written work fromHarlan Ellison, and the introduction of Tommy Tomorrow.
Captain America, the Sentinel of Liberty, in World War II era action. See America's greatest hero take to the front lines alongside his sidekick Bucky!
Boy Commandos was a Golden Age anthology title published by DC Comics in the 1940's, each issue containing a few stories of the titular group as well as the occasional filler or short story. Created by Jack Kirby and Joe Simon, Boy Commandos became the third best-selling title at DC with over a million copies a month. Originally the book featured the boys and their adult leader, Rip Carter fighting in World War II but following the end of the war the series continued but no longer as a war comic. Near the end of its run the line-up of the team began to change and finally the series ended in 1949 after a run of thirty-six issues.