Captain America #281 Fn+ 6.5 1983 Stock Image
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Captain America #281 FN+ 6.5 1983 Stock Image
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"Captain America and Bucky!" Part 1 of 3. Story by J.M. DeMatteis. Art by Mike Zeck and John Beatty. The Bucky of the 1950's is back! Jack Monroe (last seen in Captain America 156) visits Steve Rogers and explains how he has survived the past 30 years, while only aging three years. Steve decides to help Jack adjust to normal life; while conversely, the Constrictor helps Jack adjust to superhero life! Meanwhile in San Francisco, Spider-woman is hot on the trail of the Viper! Cameo appearance by Spider-woman. (Notes: The possibility of the Viper being Spider-woman's mother is eliminated in this story. The letters page includes a letter from comics writer Barry Dutter.)Stock image
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