Captain America #170 (Marvel, 1974) CGC NM 9.4 Off-white to white pages.Click the image to load the highest resolution version.
DescriptionCaptain America #170 (Marvel Comics, 1974). 2/1974 - Origin of Moonstone (Lloyd Bloch). Falcon gets new costume. Black Panther and Stone-Face appearance. As Captain America stands over the body of John Robert Keane, alias the Tumbler, Quentin Harderman accuses the hero of murder. Cap suspects a set-up engineered by the slick executive but must flee the police so he can clear his name. Conflicted over the betrayal of his principles, he stops in the street to rest where he is attacked by the armored Moonstone, Keane s real killer. Meanwhile, in Wakanda, as the Falcon and Black Panther talk over the matter of enhancing Falcon s powers, Leila immediately starts clashing with the palace staff by her in-your-face attitude. Steve Englehart and Mike Friedrich story, Sal Buscema and Vince Colletta art, Gil Kane and John Romita cover.
Page Quality: Off-white to white
Artists/Writers: Steve Englehart and Mike Friedrich story Sal Buscema and Vince Colletta art Gil Kane and John Romita cover
Significance: Origin of Moonstone (Lloyd Bloch). Falcon gets new costume. Black Panther and Stone-Face appearance.
CGC census 7/19: 13 in 9.4, 53 higher.
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