Captain America #406
"Leader of the Pack" is written by Mark Gruenwald and drawn by Rik Levins. Guest-starring Wolverine, X-Factor's Wolfsbane and Cable. Perhaps one of the silliest Captain America plots is worth it just for the absurdity of the situation, the great artwork and the fantastic guest-stars. Dr. Nightshade has turned Cap into a werewolf and after a small time of freedom, CapWolf has returned to her lair to seek a cure. But first, he must establish dominance over the other werewolves that the macabre doctor and her silver-armored lackey Moonhunter have collected or created.
Once CapWolf establishes he's the top dog, he quickly forms a plan for escape. Forming a human, eh ..., werewolf pyramid, he and his lycanthropic pals are miraculously able to break free of their pit-like dungeon. Meanwhile, the Demon Druid seeks to rid himself of Dr. Druid, his professional rival. And with Dr. Druid trussed up tighter than a virginal sacrifice, he might just do it. He needs the former Avenger's blood on the Moonstone in order to unlock its mystic might. Also, Diamondback and Crossbones "Fight on Skull Mountain" against the Red Skull's newest cronies, the Skeleton Crew: Jack O'Lantern, Blackwing and Cutthroat. Larry Alexander illustrates Gruenwald's plot.