Celebrate 80 Years of Marvel’s Captain America With A New Collector’s Edition From The Folio Society

Commence an exclusive journey with Folio and Marvel Comics, celebrating the 80th anniversary of a truly flagship Super Hero. The first in a new series, Captain America collects ten star-spangled tales in one spectacular hardback edition. This ultimate comic-book chronicle of the Sentinel of Liberty also features a perfect replica issue of 1941’s Captain America Comics #1. Former Marvel Editor-in-Chief Roy Thomas selects key stories from Cap’s 80-year career – from wartime battles with the Red Skull to his Reagan-era resignation – presenting the ultimate portrait of Marvel’s shield-slinging Super Hero.

Award-winning Marvel illustrator Michael Cho provides inspiring cover art of Cap himself in glorious red, white and blue, as well as a sapphire slipcase design stamped with the Super Hero’s iconic shield emblem. With an authoritative introduction by Thomas, Captain America offers an unrivalled view of one of the most enduring characters in American comic books. 


Red Skull’s Deadly Revenge! – Captain America #16 (July 1942)
The Hour of Doom – Captain America #78 (September 1954)
Captain America Joins . . . The Avengers! – The Avengers #4 (March 1964)
The Cosmic Cube – Tales Of Suspense #79–81 (July–September 1966)
No Longer Alone! – Captain America #110 (February 1969)
Two into One Won’t Go! – Captain America #156 (December 1972)
Screamer in the Brain! – Captain America #193 (January 1976)
The Living Legend – Captain America #255 (March 1981)
The Choice – Captain America #332 (August 1987)
Red, White and Blue-Blood – Captain America #601 (September 2009)

Production Details:

– Bound in blocked cloth and paper printed with a design by Michael Cho
– Prelims set in Miller with Benton Sans display
– 288 pages printed in 4-color throughout
– Endpapers printed with a design by Michael Cho
– Cloth slipcase blocked with a design by Michael Cho
– Scale replica 64 page comic with 4-page cover 

Order HERE for $125.

Published by Larry Fire

I write an eclectic pop culture blog called THE FIRE WIRE that features articles about books, comics, music, movies, television, gadgets, posters, toys & more!

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