Golden Age Captain America Omnibus Vol. 2

by Stan Lee
Golden Age Captain America Omnibus Vol. 2
  • ISBN-13: 9781302926717
  • Author(s): Stan Lee
  • Subject: Graphic novels: superheroes & super-villains
  • Publisher: Hachette Book Group USA
  • Imprint: Marvel - US
  • Publication Date: 17-08-2021
  • Format: h/b

Availability: In stock

£104.50
Marvel celebrates the 80th anniversary of the legendary red, white and blue super-soldier Captain America with a second Omnibus hardcover of vintage 1940s Timely tales! Across 12 giant-sized classics, Steve Rogers and Bucky Barnes battle Axis invaders, fifth columnists, weird terrors, robotic menaces - and the iconic super villain the Red Skull! The World War II-era action takes place both stateside, and in the European and Pacific theaters of battle! Foes include the reanimated murderer Killer Kole, the lethal and lovely Queen Medusa, and Black Talon and Black Toad! Each 64-page issue is jam-packed with adventure, including superstar backups featuring Sub-Mariner and the Human Torch, and diamonds in the Golden Age rough like the Fighting Yank, Roddy Colt, 'Headline' Hunter, the Secret Stamp, and Stan Lee's whimsical feature, 'The Imp!' Collecting: Captain America Comics (1941) 13-24
About the book

Marvel celebrates the 80th anniversary of the legendary red, white and blue super-soldier Captain America with a second Omnibus hardcover of vintage 1940s Timely tales! Across 12 giant-sized classics, Steve Rogers and Bucky Barnes battle Axis invaders, fifth columnists, weird terrors, robotic menaces - and the iconic super villain the Red Skull! The World War II-era action takes place both stateside, and in the European and Pacific theaters of battle! Foes include the reanimated murderer Killer Kole, the lethal and lovely Queen Medusa, and Black Talon and Black Toad! Each 64-page issue is jam-packed with adventure, including superstar backups featuring Sub-Mariner and the Human Torch, and diamonds in the Golden Age rough like the Fighting Yank, Roddy Colt, 'Headline' Hunter, the Secret Stamp, and Stan Lee's whimsical feature, 'The Imp!' Collecting: Captain America Comics (1941) 13-24

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