Captain America #162 (Marvel, 1973) CGC VF+ 8.5 Off-white to white pages.Click the image to load the highest resolution version.
DescriptionCaptain America #162 (Marvel Comics, 1973). 6/1973 - Dr. Faustus appearance. Captain America, the Falcon and Sharon Carter battle Nazis in the streets of Paris at the end of World War II though the phony German accents of the enemy soldiers tip off Cap that it is some sort of staged event. A sudden scream from the veiled woman, which Dr. Faustus calls the rebirth of her mind, signals the end of the melodrama. Steve Englehart story, Sal Buscema and John Verpoorten art, Jim Starlin and Joe Sinnott cover.
Page Quality: Off-white to white
Artists/Writers: Steve Englehart story Sal Buscema and John Verpoorten art Jim Starlin and Joe Sinnott cover
Significance: Dr. Faustus appearance.
CGC census 7/19: 3 in 8.5, 51 higher.
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