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Quote1.png Biotron constructs -- diving at me like a squad of Hitler's Messerschmidts! Quote2.png
-- Captain America (Steve Rogers)


Appearing in "Flight From Thunderhead!"

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Synopsis for "Flight From Thunderhead!"

Spider-Man snags a web-line to S.U.L.T.A.N.'s floating island while Captain America wrests a jetpack from an attacking biotronic construct. Meanwhile, Fury works his way into the rocket and tries to disarm it, discovering it to be a decoy. The real bomb is Thunderhead Island. Cap retrieves Spider-Man and together they defeat S.U.L.T.A.N., seemingly killing him. Cap and Spidey escape the island only to learn S.U.L.T.A.N. can transfer himself into different bodies. When Thunderhead Island explodes in the distance, Cap viciously defeats S.U.L.T.A.N.. When S.U.L.T.A.N.'s mobile identity module tries to escape, Fury shoots and destroys it before it can transfer to another body. Fury tells Cap that the earlier blast was S.H.I.E.L.D. destroying Thurderhead Island, and that Washington, D.C. is fine.

Notes

  • This issue features a two page letters page, Letters to the Living Legend. Some letters deal with reaction to Captain America Annual #5. Letters are published from Carl F. Correa, Steve Gawronski, Porta, Mike Sopp, and Steve Elliot.

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  • The Grand Comics Database: Captain America #266 [1]

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