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Comic Book: Captain America (1968 series)

What This Book is About:
Captain America's flagship title. Continuing TALES OF SUSPENSE, this title ran for decades, establishing Cap as the Living Legend of World War 2 whose adventures continued into the present day as the nation's greatest hero.

Data Sheet:
Dates
Apr 1968 to Aug 1996
1968
N/A

Characters most frequently found in this comic book:
In order of appearances.

Captain America
Captain America

(Steve Rogers)
Falcon
Falcon

(Sam Wilson)
Red Skull
Red Skull

(Johann Shmidt)
Iron Man
Iron Man

(Tony Stark)
Plus: Diamondback (Rachel Leighton), Crossbones, Peggy Carter.

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Captain America #347
5 stars

Captain America #347

November 1988
"Vengeance"
Script: Mark Gruenwald
In a Chicago suburb late one night, an aged woman hears the doorbell; answering it, she is shocked to see Captain America, delivering a warning that the next time he sees her son Hector, he is a dead man. Fighting a heart seizure, Mrs. [...]
Captain America #348
4.5 stars

Captain America #348

December 1988
"Out of Commission"
Script: Mark Gruenwald
In the Arctic, anarchist villain Flag-Smasher is on the run from two members of his own organization, ULTIMATUM, who are trying to kill him. [...]
Captain America #349
4.5 stars

Captain America #349

January 1989
"Icecap"
Script: Mark Gruenwald
Late one night, The Captain comes ashore on the Hydro-Base, former headquarters of the Avengers, in search of hs missing teammates. He is attacked by a figure in the dark who turns out to be his partner D-Man, who came here to find Cap after being released by the Commission. [...]
Captain America #350
5 stars

Captain America #350

February 1989
"Seeing Red"
Script: Mark Gruenwald
The sinister Adonis who we have seen manipulating the Commission on Superhuman Activities stands in a gym. Facing him are five sparring partners dressed as Captain America. [...]
Captain America #351
4 stars

Captain America #351

March 1989
"Changing of the Guard"
Script: Mark Gruenwald
At a press conference in Washington D.C., Captain America John Walker officially resigns and hands the shield back to his predecessor Steve Rogers. [...]
Captain America #352
3.5 stars

Captain America #352

April 1989
"Refuge"
Script: Mark Gruenwald
On Avengers Island, Captain America is overseeing the audition of a quartet of aspiring Avengers—Speedball, Blue Shield, Gladiatrix, and Mechanaut—and he finds them wanting. He is called away by a report of incoming visitors. [...]
Captain America #353
3.5 stars

Captain America #353

May 1989
"The Great Bear"
Script: Mark Gruenwald
The three Soviet Super Soldiers critically injured by the Supreme Soviets (last issue) are pronounced dead by the doctor on Avengers Island. Captain America undertakes a diplomatic mission to Moscow with the ulterior motive of learning whether the assassination was ordered by the government. [...]
Captain America #354
4.5 stars

Captain America #354

June 1989
"Reawakening"
Script: Mark Gruenwald
This issue features two stories told in parallel columns; for convenience''s sake I’ll cover the Cap half then the USAgent part.Captain America enters a barn in New Jersey, investigating the mystery of the rampaging machines from issue #351; this place is the last lab of the villain Machinesmith. [...]
Captain America #355
3 stars

Captain America #355

July 1989
"Missing Persons"
Script: Mark Gruenwald
Captain America is frustrated with all the paperwork and monitor duty he has to take care of since becoming leader of the Avengers. He receives a call from Raymond Sikorsky of the Commission on Superhuman Affairs to tell him John Walker, the replacement Captain America, is still alive. [...]
Captain America #356
3 stars

Captain America #356

August 1989
"Camptown Rages!"
Script: Mark Gruenwald
Captain America, turned by magic into a teenaged Steve Rogers, and the other kidnapped teens, are herded off the bus at a sinister youth camp, run by the Sisters of Sin. The rest of the kids are docile but Steve doesn’t know whether they are drugged or under hypnosis. [...]
Captain America #357
3 stars

Captain America #357

September 1989
"Night of Sin"
Script: Mark Gruenwald
The teenaged Captain America has been beaten into unconsciousness by the Sisters of Sin and the brutish Torso lifts his head to deliver the killing blow…but Sin demands the privilege of dispatching the interloper. [...]
Captain America #358
5 stars

Captain America #358

September 1989
"Bones of Contention"
Script: Mark Gruenwald
Captain America descends by rope into the catacombs deep beneath the streets of Manhattan. He is coming in response to a signal he is receiving on a transmitter he carries. Reaching a level area, he discovers the skeletal remains of the Mole Man’s servitors, dead by violence. [...]
Captain America #359
5 stars

Captain America #359

October 1989
"Wheel of Death"
Script: Mark Gruenwald
Felled by curare-tipped blowdarts in the Incan temple, Captain America and Diamondback are strapped onto the Wheel of Death alongside their enemies, Baron Zemo, Batroc, Machete, and Zaran. As the victims contemplate their imminent end, Cap searches for a means of escape. [...]
Captain America #360
5 stars

Captain America #360

October 1989
"Blood in the Sea"
Script: Mark Gruenwald
As Captain America battles Zaran and Machete beneath the waters off Bermuda for the latest fragment of the Bloodstone, Batroc has led a shiver of sharks back toward them. (Yes, "shiver." Look it up. [...]
Captain America #361
5 stars

Captain America #361

November 1989
"Lair of the Living Mummy"
Script: Mark Gruenwald
As they explore a tomb in Egypt in search of the next fragment of the Bloodstone, Captain America and Diamondback are suddenly dropped into a pit full of poisonous snakes. Cap twists in midair so that he was able to land on his feet and catch Diamond before she hit the floor. [...]
Captain America #362
5 stars

Captain America #362

November 1989
"Necromancing the Stone"
Script: Kieron Dwyer
Captain America and Diamondback are hanging onto the damaged ladder dangling hundreds of feet above the Egyptian desert as Baron Zemo fires on them from his aircraft. Pilot John Jameson puts the Quinjet in gear and zooms away, with Cap and his lady partner hanging on for their lives. [...]
Captain America #363
4.5 stars

Captain America #363

November 1989
"Moon over Madripoor"
Script: Mark Gruenwald
Crossbones, who has remained in the shadows while dogging the parties to the Bloodstone Hunt (over the previous six issues), now has the unconscious Diamondback in his clutches. After everyone else has left the volcano area, he carries her to a fishing village where he seizes a boat and rows away. [...]
Captain America #364
4.5 stars

Captain America #364

December 1989
"Man Trap"
Script: Mark Gruenwald
Crossbones has lured Captain America into a trap on a sampan in Madripoor. After Cap steps into an animal trap, the brutish villain turns and attacks. As they brawl, Cap finds ‘Bones a formidable opponent but finally overpowers him, and demands to be led to where Diamondback is being held…. [...]
Captain America #365
4 stars

Captain America #365

December 1989
"Submission"
Script: Mark Gruenwald
Story arc continues from FANTASTIC FOUR (Vol. 1) #336As the story opens, the Red Skull is chastising Crossbones for his failure to obtain the Bloodstones (CAP #362) and his engaging in combat with Captain America without permission. [...]
Captain America #366
4 stars

Captain America #366

January 1990
"Remote Control"
Script: Mark Gruenwald
Story arc continues from AVENGERS #312.Captain America brings the comatose Sub-Mariner to Hank Pym to examine the Controller’s disc on the back of his neck. [...]
Captain America #367
4 stars

Captain America #367

February 1990
"Magnetic Repulsion"
Script: Mark Gruenwald
Story arc continued from AVENGERS #313Removing the Controller’s disc from Namor’s neck sends the Atlantean warrior into a violent rage from which only Captain America can calm him. [...]
Captain America #368
3 stars

Captain America #368

March 1990
"Red Twilight"
Script: Mark Gruenwald
At the Red Skull’s secret headquarters in the Smith Building, his henchmen Crossbones and Machinesmith are searching for signs of their missing boss. [...]
Captain America #369
4 stars

Captain America #369

April 1990
"The Skeleton Crew"
Script: Mark Gruenwald
Surprised in her dressing room at a strip club, Asp lets loose with a pair of venom-bolts at Captain America. After a scuffle, Cap manages to subdue her and gets to the point of his visit: where is Diamondback? Asp hasn’t seen her so Cap leaves a message for her to call him. [...]
Captain America #370
4 stars

Captain America #370

May 1990
"House Calls"
Script: Mark Gruenwald
Captain America bursts out of the sewer where he and Diamondback were buried alive last issue. After giving details of the supervillain battle beneath the streets to the police, they head back to Avengers headquarters. [...]