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Cap meets the new Baron Zemo in Captain America #278 from 1983Captain America and Daredevil against the Death-Stalker; gorgeous artwork by Claudio Villa.Baddies (former goodies) welcome Luke Cage to their team in Captain America & The Avengers #2When the Bad Turns Good. Read our synopsis and comments on Avengers & X-Men: Axis 6Apocalypse Vs. the new Captain America in Avengers & X-Men: Axis #5

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to The Captain America Library, a comprehensive unofficial fan-made Captain America website.

Find comics (synopses, comments, classics, upcoming comics), movies (synopses, cast), videos (trailers, interviews), wallpapers and MUCH more about Marvel Comics' Captain America!

Latest Site Update

The Grinch Steals a Website

December 22, 2014

Captain Ameri-fans:

Bad news: a technical hitch prevents us from updating the database with any issues. And Julio, the wizard behind the curtain, is away on an extended Christmas holiday. (And last heard from he was stranded in Buenos Aires by a strike, so those law guys haven't finished with us yet.)

So you may not see anything new from our Libraries until early January. And all that leaves me with is to wish you all a Merry Christmas (or whatever) and a Happy New Year.

And I stole this message from Rob over at the Iron Man Library because I like the way he put it.

PeterS


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Collecting Superhero Sculptures

Sample Superhero statues and busts are a very good choice for investing in the superhero theme. In time, they always appreciate.

Besides getting a good return from your investment, you will enjoy seeing the sculpture while you own it. And you can always keep it.

A fine example of a great sculpture for collecting purposes is shown below:

Dragon Models Iron Man 3 MK XLII Battle-Damaged Armor Action Hero Vignette Statue, 1:9 Scale

Dragon Models Iron Man 3 MK XLII Battle-Damaged Armor Action Hero Vignette Statue, 1:9 Scale

Description from the Manufacturer:

From Dragon Models! Based on Marvel's blockbuster film Iron Man 3, Dragon Models' latest 1/9-scale Action Hero Vignette figure recreates Tony Stark in his battle damaged Mk. XLII armor. This high quality figure features detailed life-like head sculpt, light up functions on the repulsor and armor circuitry to combine human and battle damaged effect that takes you back in action! Each Vignette comes pre-colored, unassembled and includes a diorama display base.

Get yours from here