*Marvel: The 1970s were a confusing time for Captain America, and his creators. As the years moved away from World War II, the Star-Spangled Sentinel’s established persona seemed almost quaint, and the Marvel Bullpen threw him into a lot of unusual scenarios to try to integrate him with the ‘relevant’ world. Some of them stuck – his long-term partnership with the Falcon – and some of them didn’t (anyone remember his short-lived career as a police officer?). Nevertheless, top-notch creators kept trying, and the results are an interesting switchback read. We have new stock for Cap from issue #121 through to #200, highlights along the way including clashes with Modok, the Grey Gargoyle, and the debuts of the nifty but nefarious Nightshade and the scintillating Serpent Squad, as well as a cross-over with Spider-Man and Jack Kirby’s pledge that “America Will Die!” – just in time for the Bicentennial!