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Captain America (1968) - #398
Marvel


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  Writer(s):
Mark Gruenwald

Editor(s):
Tom DeFalco
Len Kaminski
Ralph Macchio

Cover Artist(s):
Danny Bulanadi
Richard 'Rik' Levins
 

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Cover Date: March 1992
Cover Price: US $ 1.25

Issue Tagline: Vs. The Wrath Of Warstar!

Format: Color; Standard Comic Issue; 32 pages

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Letters Column: American Graffiti

Synopsis:
When Rick Jones has a horrifying dream about the future, he contacts the Avengers for help. But before Captain America can respond, Rick Jones is captured by the Kree Imperial Guard. What did he see? Plus: Who is the Supreme Intelligence?

Reprinted/Collected in:
Avengers: Galactic Storm (2006) TPB vol. 01
Captain America Comic-Taschenbuch (1988) #19
Captain America Comic-Taschenbuch (1988) #20
Captain America: The Complete Collection (2007) DVD-ROM vol. 01

Notes:
Continued in Avengers West Coast (1989) #80.

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Operation: Galactic Storm

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Richard 'Rik' Levins

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Danny Bulanadi

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Christie Scheele - 'Max'

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Joe Rosen

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Avengers Support Crew

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Experiencing a prophetic dream about millions of horrible deaths on Hala, Rick Jones reaches out to Captain America to meet and talk. Their meet is interrupted by Warstar of the Imperial Guard, who tries to capture Rick. Protecting Rick, Captain America takes Warstar on alone while Rick flees only to be intercepted and captured by more of the Imperial Guard. Meanwhile on Hala, the Supreme Intelligence secretly activates Supremor as the first member of the Kree Starforce.

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Stephen "Steve" Dutro

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Skeleton Crew (Marvel)

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Cutthroat, Blackwing and Jack O'Lantern's plan to free Mother Night from police custody proves unnecessary as she frees herself. She brings them to the Red Skull's base, where he is secretly still alive, and he cruelly beats her in private for allowing herself to be apprehended by Captain America.

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