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Collects Captain America #13-24, 1942-43. Highly Recommended. By Stan Lee et al. Art by Syd Shores, Al Avison et al. Finally! Never before collected Cap stories! Vintage 1940s Timely tales! Across 12 64-page classics, Steve Rogers and Bucky battle Axis invaders, fifth columnists, weird terrors, robotic menaces — and the Red Skull! The World War II-era action takes place stateside and in the European and Pacific theaters of battle. Each 64-page issue is packed with adventure, including superstar backups featuring Sub-Mariner and the Human Torch. Marvel, 2021.
Condition: Bumped corners.

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Finally! Never before collected Cap stories! Vintage 1940s Timely tales! Across 12 64-page classics, Steve Rogers and Bucky battle Axis invaders, fifth columnists, weird terrors, robotic menaces — and the Red Skull! The World War II-era action takes place stateside and in the European and Pacific theaters of battle. Each 64-page issue is packed with adventure, including superstar backups featuring Sub-Mariner and the Human Torch.

Foes include the reanimated murderer Killer Kole, the lethal and lovely Queen Medusa, and Black Talon and Black Toad.

Also here in these complete-issue reprints are diamonds in the Golden Age rough like Roddy Colt, “Headline” Hunter, the Secret Stamp, and Stan Lee’s whimsical feature, “The Imp!”

Additional artists include George Klein, Al Gabriele, Don Rico, and Mike Sekowsky. Simon & Kirby left after issue #10 and moved over to DC Comics. But the guys at Marvel kept up the tradition of their work, complete with double-page splash pages, horror stories, and great wartime covers. Unless I’m forgetting some distant edition, these stories have never before been collected in one comprehensive edition.

Some covers are by Syd Shores, who quickly became the lead artist in many of these issues and onward, the same Syd Shores who came back to Marvel in the 1960s. He was a mainstay at Timely and Atlas in both the Golden Age and the 1950s, and one of their most capable artists.

Condition: Bumped corners.

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