Monday, July 4, 2016

Happy July 4, U.S. of A.!

Has it really been 40 years since the U.S.'s Bicentennial? Whee-o! Well, here's the finale to Jack Kirby's more-than-awesome Captain America's Bicentennial Battles (June 1976) to help us remember...


  1. I was on crutches at the time (Dad had bad car accident....) Was not the best of time from my childhood...(cast up to hip for over 4 months...)
    A great 4th of July weekend to you and yours...
    ...Hello from Marshville.

  2. Happy Fourth Of July everyone! God bless America!!

  3. Bicentennial Battles had 3 inkers. The first 11 pages were by Barry Windsor-Smith and mouth-wateringly beautiful. Too bad he couldn't have inked the whole thing. Happy 240th. America.

  4. I sure miss that America! Happy 4th to all of us with long memories!



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