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Captain America Epic Collection, Vol. 9, No. 1: Dawn's Early Light

by Roger Stern

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{CAPTAIN AMERICA EPIC COLLECTION VOLUME 9}

Even for Captain America, life has rarely been this eventful! Battling the robotic Dragon Man above New York, considering running for President, and saving Manhattan from fiery destruction at Batroc and Mr. Hyde's hands is all in a day's work. And a trip to England proves to be no vacation either, as Cap encounters the vampire Baron Blood and the chilling Ghost of Greymoor Castle! Back home in the States, our hero learns that Hollywood plans to make a Captain America movie...the only problem is, his greatest foe, the Red Skull, has a very different script in mind! Finally, Cap has to prevent Morgan MacNeil Hardy from rewriting the American dream.

COLLECTING: Captain America (1968) #247-266 and Captain America Annual #5; written by Roger Stern, John Byrne, Bill Mantlo, Jim Shooter, David Michelinie, Al Milgrom & J.M. DeMatteis; drawn by John Byrne, Gene Colan, Lee Elias, Mike Zeck & Alan Kupperberg

Marvel launches the Epic Collections -- a new way for fans to collect their favorite series! Each super-sized volume in the Epic line presents a heaping helping of Marvel's greatest heroics in one handy, affordable and self-contained package. What's more, each Epic Collection TPB is also a piece of a grand puzzle: When all is said and done, the Epic volumes will fit seamlessly next to one another on readers' bookshelves, presenting a complete and unbroken run of each title! So be sure to get in on the ground floor! Marvel's most storied titles -- including Amazing Spider-Man, Avengers, Captain America, Fantastic Four, Iron Man, and Thor -- are going Epic, and there's no turning back!

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:07:57 -0400)

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