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Experience the star-spangled glory of Captain America as we travel to the 1940s to fight bad guys the American way!

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CAPTAIN AMERICA: THE 1940'S NEWSPAPER STRIP

Uncovered at last: 1940’s daily newspaper comic strip starring Captain America that you never knew about! Travel with us through the mists of time to the tumultuous days of World War II, when sickly Steve Rogers was transformed into the star-spangled, shield-slinging Super Soldier! And what is a Cap adventure without the two-fisted might of Bucky? Plus: Robots! Secret underground cities! Dangerous dames and femme fatales! No-good Nazis that deserve a sock in the jaw! All brought to you by acclaimed writer/artist Karl Kesel! Check back every day to experience a daily dose of Cap and Bucky in all their glory!

CAPTAIN AMERICA: THE 1940'S NEWSPAPER STRIP
Written by:
Karl Kesel
Art by: Karl Kesel
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      4 comments
      Kasidee
      Kasidee

      I wonder how much they're selling 4 it...

      monkeyman721
      monkeyman721

      @running listen dude, they remastered it, jeeze

      oliorg123
      oliorg123

      captian america cool comic nice story i give it my best.

      running
      running

      I don't get it... how is that 1940's strip, when the art from the digital preview is clearly 2000's style?btw, the new reader is much better than the previous one.I wonder, if it is still as easily reverse-engineered...