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DIAMONDBACK V2.0 by hclix DIAMONDBACK V2.0 by hclix
CHIBI DIAMONDBACK, CAPTAIN AMERICA'S GIRLFRIEND CIRCA CAPTAIN AMERICA #400 - UP
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pigsofdoom Featured By Owner May 19, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Btw, Diamondback is back in the Cap books.
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RedHotHawk Featured By Owner Sep 6, 2011  Hobbyist Photographer
my favorite comic book character
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wondermanrules Featured By Owner Jul 6, 2011   Traditional Artist
Nice, she needs more love :D
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hclix Featured By Owner Jul 6, 2011
Kinda liked her and the Constrictor as a couple in the Avengers Initiative. She always knew how to draw Steve Roger's outta his comfort zone, another great couple.
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wondermanrules Featured By Owner Jul 6, 2011   Traditional Artist
Yeah I thought that was a neat twist though I still wish she and Cap would get together again. I'm just really bored with the whole Sharon Carter thing at this point.
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hclix Featured By Owner Jul 6, 2011
Captain America is one of the comics i don't keep up with, sadly cause I here it's pretty good.
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wondermanrules Featured By Owner Jul 6, 2011   Traditional Artist
Its one of those books that tends to surprise you because its so well written and the artwork in it is amazing. Plus they tend to do what Busiek did on the Avengers and pull obscure characters out of mothballs and make them cool again.
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hclix Featured By Owner Jul 7, 2011
Man, your description is really wanting me to catch-up on the title! Love when past storylines/characters are dusted-off and put into current titles! I've enjoyed re-reading some past Cap comics from his 1963 - up series, Mark Gruenwald was an excellent writer, the longest on Captain America if I'm not mistaken, even though he lost some of his luster near the end of the series.
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wondermanrules Featured By Owner Jul 7, 2011   Traditional Artist
They are definitely worth the read. So far my favorite has been the Two America's storyline where the crazy 1950s Captain America makes his comeback.

Yeah Gruenwald was on the title the longest. I believe he started his run sometime in the early 1980s and wrote the title right up until his death in the late 1990s.

Yeah I thought some of his work was getting strange but still they seem to have put a lot of the last characters he created to good use. I mean who would have thought Jack Flag would make it into the Guardians of the Galaxy?
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hclix Featured By Owner Jul 8, 2011
Missed that storyline, was that in a different volume of Captain America? Haven't came across it yet in the first volume.

Gruenwald was probably one of my fave writers back then, his multi-part storylines always had me excited for the next month's issue. Loved "Streets of Poison" where Cap goes crazy and takes on DD but the Red Skull and Kingpin face off in the backgroun of the story. Loved how each had their respected generals, Crossbones and Bullseye, go after each other. Then of course there's the Scourge of the Underwold storyline, total classic! The Bloodstone Hunt was another that has stuck in my head too. So many good memories! :D

My son collected the Guardians and i saw Jack Flag in it, just never had the chance to see how that came about.
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