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Captain America Epic Collection : Society of Serpents

Carlin, Michael; Gruenwald, Mark; Stern, Roger

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ISBN 10: 0785188967 / ISBN 13: 9780785188964
Published by Marvel Enterprises, New York, NY, U.S.A., 2014
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Title: Captain America Epic Collection : Society of...

Publisher: Marvel Enterprises, New York, NY, U.S.A.

Publication Date: 2014

Binding: Trade Paperback

Illustrator: Neary, Paul (illustrator); Miller, Frank (illustrator)

Book Condition:NEW

Edition: First Trade Paperback Edition.

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Snakes. Why did it have to be snakes? Prepare for an ophidian infestation as the sinister Sidewinder assembles a slithering squadron of super villains for sale, under the sensational sobriquet of the Serpent Society! But the Sentinel of Liberty must face this new threat alone, after his partner Nomad's very sense of self is called into question during a life-changing encounter with the maniacal Madcap! The identity crisis continues when Hawkeye wields Cap's shield, the Beyonder takes his face, and Steve Rogers dons the red, white and blue of...Captain Britain?! The armored Armadillo, the Batroc Brigade and the fundamentalist Flag-Smasher all await, while Steve's personal life suffers its own share of turmoil. But he's about to find his true artistic calling -- in the hallowed halls of Marvel Comics!

Collecting: CAPTAIN AMERICA (1968) #302-317 and material from MARVEL FANFARE (1982) #18.

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"Captain America is both an idealist and a patriot ... a living symbol of the American Dream. He grew up in a era of economic upheaval and government corruption, in a time when political and religious demagogues used the airwaves to increase their personal power and wealth. When Cap came out of suspended animation and rejoined the world, things hadn't really changed that much. There were more people, and the demagogues were using television in addition to radio, but Cap had seen it all before. And despite the frustration of seeing how little people had changed, he didn't give in to cynicism. That toughness of character was -- is -- his greatest strength." -- Roger Stern

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