CAPTAIN AMERICA (1968) (#100-454) (MARVEL) #307 - Descriptive Bibliography

Plot Synopsis: Captain America (1968) #307
First appearance of Madcap. Featuring a flashback to the Invaders. Guest-starring Captain Britain. "Stop Making Sense" is written by Mark Gruenwald and drawn by Paul Neary and Dennis Janke. Nomad takes center stage in this story as Cap makes his way back from Jolly Ole England. Is he a sidekick or his own man? Jack (Nomad) Monroe suffers an intense identity crisis as he tries to move out from under Cap's shadow.

Getting a job and his own money is a good first step but Jack quickly learns that being a super-hero takes precedent over everything including the basics of making a living when crime never sleeps. A laughing madman strikes uptown Manhattan with a bubble-shooting gun that makes people loopy and dangerous to themselves and others. Calling himself Madcap, the villain seems to have no other motive but to cause chaos. And when Nomad hits him with all he's got, the super-supple super-baddy bounces right back! Uh oh!

GCD Data

Title: Stop Making Sense

Featuring: Captain America

Credits: Mark Gruenwald (Script), Paul Neary (Pencils), Dennis Janke (Inks), Ken Feduniewicz (Colors), Diana Albers (Letters).

Comic Creator Database

Publisher: MarvelTitle: CAPTAIN AMERICA (1968) (#100-454) (MARVEL)
IssueFairGoodVery GoodFineVery FineNear Mint
307 (1.00) (1.50) (2.75) (4.75) 8.25 (14.00)

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