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    Appearing in "Case No. 2"Edit

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    Appearing in "Captain America And The Soldier's Soup"Edit

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  • (First appearance) Slinky
  • (First appearance) The Crusher

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  • (First appearance) Sentry
  • (First appearance) Colonel

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    Appearing in "The Chess Board of Death"Edit

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    Appearing in "The Riddle of the Red Skull"Edit

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    Appearing in "Murder, LTD"Edit

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    Appearing in "Stories from the Dark Age"Edit

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  • Prehistoric Wilds of 50,000 B.C.

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NotesEdit

  • The origin of Captain America is revealed in this issue. A more comprehensive version of his origin is chronicled in the Adventures of Captain America limited series, however according to the Marvel Index, that series is not considered part of continuity.


  • Fort Bix is changed to Camp Lehigh in the new version in Tales of Suspense.


  • In "Chess Board of Death" Bucky is seen reading a copy of Marvel Comics
  • Hurricane is later recon as being Mercury from the Golden Age and the Eternal Makkari.
  • Pluto is later recon as being Kro.
  • The Red Skull that appears in this issue is not the same villain that most readers associate with Captain America. The more infamous Red Skull is actually Johann Schmidt, who does not make his actual first appearance until Captain America Comics #7. However it has since been retconned that Shmidt was also operating behind the scenes here.


  • In the Tuk story, Tuk's parents are said to have been exiled from Atlantis. In later stories it is said they come from Attilan, the so-called "Island of the Gods".


TriviaEdit

  • This is the first appearance of Captain America's wedge-shaped shield. With issue #2, he begins using his more traditional, red and white, disk shield.


  • In March 2011, a limited quantity remastered version of Captain America Comics 1 was released to commemerate Captain America's 70th anniversary.
  • The fourth story is reprinted in comics and books, see references for info.[3]



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