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Quote1 Why do I feel like Kafka's hero in "The Castle"? Quote2
-- Captain America (Steve Rogers)

Appearing in "Citizen Kang: Part One"

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Synopsis for "Citizen Kang: Part One"

The Vision has been reported missing after he investigated an incident in Timely, Wisconsin. Cap goes to Timely to search for his fellow Avengers. In a surreal turn of events, Cap appears to go back in time and encounters the Eternals' Gilgamesh and a young Sersi.

Appearing in "Captain America's Top Ten Villains"

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Synopsis for "Captain America's Top Ten Villains"

Cap and Diamondback discuss who his top villains have been.

Appearing in "Captain America's Shield"

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Synopsis for "Captain America's Shield"

A design of Cap's indestructible Shield

Appearing in "Captain America's Jet"

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  • Captain America's Quinjet "Freedom's Flight

Synopsis for "Captain America's Jet"

Straight from the Wakandan design group, a blueprint of Cap's modified quinjet "Freedom's Flight".

Appearing in "Test Flight"

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Synopsis for "Test Flight"

The Falcon gets a new uniform, new equipment, and new wings and shows he knows how to use them as he aids an old neighborhood friend who is in trouble with the nefarious Taskmaster.

Appearing in "Birth of a Warlord"

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Synopsis for "Birth of a Warlord"

The time traveling Kang the Conqueror details his early history including his time as Rama Tut and the Scarlet Centurion.

Notes

  • This is part 1 of the Citizen Kang event, continuing directly into Thor Annual #17.
  • Story Three, "Captain America's Shield" says "Special Thanks - Gru" a reference to Captain America's iconic writer Mark Gruenwald.

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