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2298: Captain America #182 (v1)

" Inferno! "
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Captain America #182 (v1)
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Editor-in-Chief: Len Wein
Cover Artists: Ron Wilson, Frank Giacoia
Writers: Steve Englehart
Pencilers: Frank Robbins
Inkers: Joe Giella
Colourists: Bill Mantlo
Letterers: Tom Orzechowski
Editors: Len Wein
Cover Date: February 1975
Release Date: December 1974
Story Arc: -
Pages: 17
Cover Price: $0.25
Times Read: 208                 Times Rated: 122
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Marvel Two-in-One #8
Daredevil #119 (v1)
Captain America #182 (v1)
Captain America #183 (v1)
Marvel Team-Up #32 (v1)
2296: Marvel Two-...
#8
2297: Daredevil
#119 (v1)
 
2299: Captain Ame...
#183 (v1)
2300: Marvel Team...
#32 (v1)
 
 
Character Appearances
 
Main Characters
  Captain America
Captain America last appeared in Captain America #181 (v1). Captain America next appears in Captain America #183 (v1).
     
  The Falcon
The Falcon last appeared in Marvel Team-Up #30 (v1). The Falcon next appears in Captain America #183 (v1).
     
  Nomad
Nomad last appeared in Avengers #131 (v1). Nomad next appears in Captain America #183 (v1).
     
Supporting Characters
  Sharon Carter
Sharon Carter last appeared in Captain America #181 (v1). Sharon Carter next appears in Captain America #184 (v1).
     
  Peggy Carter
Peggy Carter last appeared in Captain America #181 (v1). Peggy Carter next appears in Captain America #183 (v1).
     
  Gabriel Jones
Gabriel Jones last appeared in Captain America #181 (v1). Gabriel Jones next appears in Captain America #183 (v1).
     
  Redwing
Redwing last appeared in Marvel Team-Up #30 (v1). Redwing next appears in Captain America #183 (v1).
     
  Dave Cox
Dave Cox last appeared in Captain America #163 (v1). Dave Cox next appears in Captain America #184 (v1).
     
Villains
  Red Skull
Red Skull last appeared in Captain America #148 (v1). Red Skull next appears in Iron Man #74 (v1).
     
  Viper
Viper last appeared in Captain America #181 (v1). Viper next appears in Marvel Team-Up #83 (v1).
     
  Cobra
Cobra last appeared in Captain America #181 (v1). Cobra next appears in Daredevil #142 (v1).
     
 
Group Appearances
Serpent Squad
Serpent Squad last appeared in Captain America #181 (v1). Serpent Squad next appears in Marvel Two-in-One #64.
   
     
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RikerDonegal
   November 18, 2016
Gunfire, death, siege situation.
Unusually gritty and grim for a CA tale. Don't like Frank Robbins art, either.
Too much space devoted to Falcon and the (annoying) new/replacement Captain America. No interested in that kid. Hopefully soon see the back of him.
5/10
 
 
 
 
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Comments
   
 
  john54542 Says:    
  2013-06-02 22:11:37  
  Someone needs to tell Frank Robbins that big eyes are making all of his characters look like children. This could have been more enjoyable with better art.  
 
 

  Kez Says:    
  2013-07-08 16:27:57  
  The writing in this is awful.  
 
 

  poj-poj Says:    
  2013-12-02 15:55:26  
  hmm.. nah.. for me the art was the worst part. but the writing was awful aswell.  
 
 

  leisch Says:    
  2014-03-07 06:49:46  
  SO another Cap arc comes to end and guess who shows up. It's getting as predictable as Odin meddling in Thor.  
 
 

  skalchemist Says:    
  2014-05-29 21:10:20  
  I'm going to buck the flow here and say I liked Frank Robbins on this. It's not typical 1970's art, more Will Eisner, but I thought is was a nice change of pace.

The writing was not great, but it had some fun bits. I like Roscoe, and seeing Cap get handcuffed to that tire was priceless.
 
 
 

  heman0420 Says:    
  2015-06-29 23:06:57  
  What the hell is wrong with Rosco. Is he stupid, have an accent? I hate reading him talk.  
 
 

  TheAmazingGatorMan Says:    
  2015-07-07 09:52:00  
  Is it bad of me to hope that Red Skull kills Rosco?  
 
 

  butters911 Says:    
  2015-08-06 22:32:39  
  I liked this. The cops taking out Nomad was funny, and Peggy and Gabe dating was pretty progressive for the time, I think.  
 
 

  alendor Says:    
  2015-11-13 16:00:12  
  What just happened with the art here? I might like it better if it didn't go so much against how the art was in the previous issues of this arc with the Serpent Squad.  
 
 

  duncanm Says:    
  2015-12-22 22:20:32  
  Nobody else going to mention that Red was wearing a big hat and a Baron Zemo mask to cover up his Red Skull mask? I feel like there could have been an easier solution for that.
"Dey bot' t'ot dey was big guys." I would love to see this guy show up in an Avengers movie to hear Fury say "English mother(&$#er! Do you speak it?!"
Considering how many heroes the police see running around all the time, you would think their first instinct when one tries to help them wouldn't be rifle butt to the base of the skull.
 
 
 

  phogbear Says:    
  2016-07-21 11:46:54  
  I didn't know the serpent crown could move on its own. Did it move the manhole cover so it could escape?  
 
 

  MattDog37 @ phogbear (original post):    
  2016-09-08 18:03:43  
  The Serpent Crown is like Marvel's take of the One Ring.  
 
 

  phogbear @ MattDog37 (original post):    
  2016-09-11 15:40:23  
  I never made that connection, but that explains so much when you think about. Gives a whole new meaning to a lot of stories.  
 
 

  Johnny Darkness Says:    
  2016-12-26 01:03:55  
  Wow, Roscoe really needs to go.
P.S. I didn't mind the art at all.
 
 
 

  sbcolt15 Says:    
  2017-06-30 17:38:42  
  I was kind of liking Nomad up to this point, but now I can't wait for Steve to go back to being Cap.  
 
 

  Russ Says:    
  2017-12-17 11:38:01  
  Yeah, so Roscoe is just a kid talking with a thick Brooklyn (?) accent, to distinguish the fact that he's not the real Captain America. I'm not minding this arc, it's certainly different from anything we've read before, but I think I'm with @sbccolt15, it's time Steve Rogers became Cap again.

The showdown in Seattle with what was left of the Serpent Squad was pretty funny. The cops thought Steve as Nomad was a fresh punk; Viper raving some nonsense about becoming a martyr (not sure how she figured that would happen), and Cobra just wanting out of this mess. It's amazing that incident didn't turn into more of a fustercluck than it already was.

3 stars. Figures the Red Numbskull would think he captured the real Cap.
 
 
 

 
 
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   November 18, 2016 TStarnes Changed comic details.
   September 28, 2014 fragsel Updated the listing for Roscoe Simons.
   May 29, 2014 Drax Updated the listing for Cobra.
   May 29, 2014 Drax Updated the listing for Viper.
   March 16, 2014 TStarnes Changed comic details.
   April 29, 2013 TStarnes Changed comic details.
     
 
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