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Appearing in "Lookin’ for Uncle Sam"

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Synopsis for "Lookin’ for Uncle Sam"

Steve Rogers and Sam Wilson are on the hunt for two imposter Captains America: a super-speedster man and a gun-wielding woman. The quick Cap outruns the heroes in rural New Mexico and Steve Rogers suggests meeting up with Captain America of the Kickapoo Tribe (Joe Gomez), a member of the Captains Network. The three Captains America share intel and realize that Speed Demon is the quick villain who has been terrorizing a variety of beloved American symbols and is planning an attack at the site of school integration at the heart of Brown v. Board of Education. The heroes are ambushed by the gun-toting villain and Rogers realizes that it's Sin. She escapes capture and the Caps head into town to get medical treatment for Gomez and protect a political candidate. Winter Soldier intervenes to save the politician’s life and agrees to join the hunt for the villains.

Appearing in "People Like Us"

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Construction worker and future Captain America of the Kickapoo Tribe Joe Gomez wakes up early to help rebuild a disaster zone when he notices that Bulldozer has hijacked a helicopter and is coming to attack innocents. Gomez intervenes, knocking out the hulking villain but ends up hanging onto a steel beam hundreds of feet above the air, dangling moments from his death. Captain America saves his life at the last moment and thanks him for his bravery. One week later, Gomez has adopted the Captain America identity to protect his people.

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The shield thief targets a cultural landmark in Kansas, hoping to put a permanent stain on Captain America’s image. Sam and Steve are hot on his trail — and aided by Joe Gomez, the Kickapoo Tribe’s own Captain America!

But there’s more to the thief’s agenda than meets the eye. Are the three Caps headed straight into a trap? And do they have any other choice?

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  • This issue debuts the letters column Captains Communication, with letters from Jenny Fleming, C. Michael, Billy Goreski, Nathan, Andrew J. Shaw, and Brooke E.

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