Appearing in "The Adventures of Captain America"Edit
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- Sundown Dawson (The Singing Cowboy)
- Six-Gun (Sundown Dawson's horse)
- Glenn Reeper
- Whit Spencer
- Tim Irons
- Sgt. Duffy
Synopsis for "The Adventures of Captain America"Edit
- Synopsis not yet written.
- Goodwin is consulting editor.
- This issue contains a letters page, Letters to the Living Legend'. A letter is published from Robert Bruce Bailey. The page also contains a Statement of Ownership, Management, and Cirulation.
- The letters page reveals that in 1945, the Daily Bugle was the only paper that correctly ran a story on the "death"/disappearance of Captain America and Bucky (Even though the duo survived their apparent demise and emerged decades later).
- All other news outlets did not report the two heroes missing in action. Therefore, most of the public believed William Nasland and later Jeff Mace to be the original, one and only, Captain America.
- A poster for "Jet-Man" is seen in this story.
- In 1944 there was in fact a Captain America movie serial by Republic Pictures with no Bucky, and no shield, and where Cap's secret identity was the district attorney, Grant Gardner.
- In the early 60's the writer of this comic, Don Glut, who was born in 44', got his hands on the original Captain America costume from the movie and used it to make some of the very first fan fiction movies. One of which Superman vs. the Gorilla gang has an imdb.com listing.
- Jet-Man is a reference to another fan fiction movie he made.
Links and ReferencesEdit
- The Grand Comics Database: Captain America #219 
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