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Old 08-26-2011, 07:10 AM   #1
Axl Van Sixx
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Default Question about the movie's "Captain America" comic book

During the USO montage, when we see the Captain America comic book that the soldiers are reading, I know it's the original first issue from real life, but did any of you guys notice whether Bucky is on the cover of the one in the movie or if they removed him? Including the reference to "Captain America's young sidekick Bucky" on the cover wouldn't make much sense in the context of the film.

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