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Yesterday's night I posted some weird stuff and today I have decided to redeem myself by posting more cool stuff done by Gene Colan. It was thanks to Proteus_Lives and Auggie18 that I have decided to post the story where our beloved Sentinel of Liberty goes to College. Here is looking at you, amigos! Enjoy.

First of all, we have this neat cover where Captain America is fighting some Hippie Pirate. Yep, the 70s were quite interesting, that's for sure.

Our story begins with Captain America paying a visit to Nick Fury in order to see Sharon Carter. Nick Fury tells him she isn't there and Cap decides to chill a little bit on a supposedly harmless seat. Cap would soon realize that such seat has some particular effects on people.

The Slumber Seat makes Cap have an Acid Trip where Sharon Carter is been attacked as well as several ads of employment begin to fall all over. Cap wakes up and has an epiphany.

Cap begins to see that there are some problems at Campus and decides to kick some ass. Problem is that the students are the ones acting on a violent manner. Cap befriends a teacher and decides to investigate.

Cap and the rest of the teachers confront Mart Baker on a peaceful way to stop a riot he was starting and they manage to calm him down. One of Baker's allies (Grizzly the Hippie Pirate) decides to encourage Baker to continue with the riot.

It's soon revealed that Grizzly the Hippie Pirate is working with MODOK and A.I.M. so they could use the riots to conquer the world (Yeah, I don't really see how that would help to conquer the world but that's how it happened). Baker becomes a good guy again and he helps Cap defeat Grizzly and his men who have taken a hostage. The villains try to escape but Cap will not let them get away even he has to use to a gun (Now that I think about it, Captain America doesn't have a rule that forbids the use of guns).

The day has been saved and everything goes back to normal (more or less).

That's all, Folks!

Re: The '70s certainly were interesting!

Date: 2011-07-05 10:43 pm (UTC)
nomadicwriter: [Doctor Doom] Victor Von Crankypants (for science!)
From: [personal profile] nomadicwriter
It's almost as clever as that time Reed and Sue Franklin went to check out a school for their son Richard, and then explained to the teachers that he prefers to go by the name Franklin. I doubt there's much chance you'll be able to guess who they really were.

Re: Chain Reaction

Date: 2011-07-05 11:15 pm (UTC)
nomadicwriter: [Doctor Doom] Victor Von Crankypants (Doom approves)
From: [personal profile] nomadicwriter
No, that was an entirely different incident, believe it or not. That time they went by the much more impenetrable pseudonyms of Reed and Susan Benjamin and their son Franklin. The school thing was in the 2000s just before Valeria was born.

Re: Crisis of the Similar Plot Devices

Date: 2011-07-06 12:02 am (UTC)
nomadicwriter: [Doctor Doom] Victor Von Crankypants (hmm)
From: [personal profile] nomadicwriter
I'm not sure, actually. I've only read the trade collection covering Valeria's birth, so I missed the issues immediately afterwards. Reed and Sue weren't keeping up the pretence full time; they were sending Franklin to boarding school for a while for some reason, so it was just a meeting with the teachers on the first day. But I don't how/when/why Franklin stopped attending the school. This was leading into the "Unthinkable" arc, so it may have been to do with that, I suppose.


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