Captain America (1st Series) #352 1989 Vf Stock Image
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Captain America (1st Series) #352 1989 VF Stock Image
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This is a mid grade item. It will have a few minor defects and will generally appear to be in "slightly used" but not "roughly used" condition. Defects allowed on an item in this grade may include minor corner wear (bends and blunting), small/light accumulation of dents, bends or folds, and light spine wear. Most comics, magazines, and books published in the last 30 years that have been read one or more times but carefully handled and stored will fall in this grade range.
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"Refuge" Guest-starring the Soviet Super Soldiers. Story by Mark Gruenwald and Kieron Dwyer. Art by Kieron Dwyer and Al Milgrom. Cap is holding tryouts for the Avengers with Blue Shield, Gladiatrix, Mechanaut, and Speedball; when all of a sudden the Soviet Super Soldiers interrupt the auditions! Darkstar, Vanguard, and Ursa Major want to defect to the United States. However, before the three Russian heroes can be accepted, they are ambushed by the Supreme Soviets (disguised as Captain America, Iron Man, Thor, and the Vision.) First appearance of the Supreme Soviets. Cameo appearance by Battlestar. 32 pagesStock image
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