We also see some origin tales: #255, a revision of events of 1940 from Stern/Byrne's infamous run; Captain America Comics #1, the hilariously 1940s version of events; Avengers #4, which brought Steve two decades forward in time into the modern era. I've been reading some early DC stuff recently on Comixology, namely the origins of Batman, Superman and Wonder Woman. The comics of that era were a special breed: pre-Comics Code violence, fonts used in dialogue which should adorn posters, not speech, and an art style which is strangely unrefined. Perhaps not to be read for more serious reading - but merely affectionately; a point of comparison to how books have changed from 60 page anthologies to modern epics by Brubaker and co.
Jack Kirby's lackluster 1975 return (#193); the recently resurrected limited series, Living Legend (originally supposed to be released in 2011 as Astonishing Captain America, with stunning art by Adi Granov); that time Cap ran for presidency (#250), which has become a recent sticking point in the Ultimate universe, and his first solo appearance in Tales of Suspense (the Iron Man story is also there), are included here as well as two OK relaunches: 1996's Heroes Reborn and Remender's Castaway in Dimension Z arc in the most recent volume.
- All-New X-Men Special #1 (The Arms of the Octopus Part One)
- The Avengers #4
- Captain America #100, #110, #117, #180, #193, #250, #255, #332, #350, #445, #600
- Captain America (1996) #1
- Captain America (2004) #25
- Captain America (2012) #1
- Captain America Comics #1
- Captain America: Living Legend #1
- Captain America: Reborn #1
- Marvel Universe Avengers Assemble #1
- Steve Rogers: Super Soldier #1
- Tales of Suspense #59
- Tales of Suspense #75