another cool reprint for Cap's 70th Anniversary. again recolored to try to appeal to fans who probably won't like it anyway (Cap smiles way too much for one thing) that's just their loss.
the art is dynamic. well, sure, of course it is, you know who did it. this book is almost all Cap stories, and Bucky is introduced right away. it's that willing suspension of disbelief that no one would see someone Cap calls "Bucky" who is the same age as the camp mascot wouldn't put two and two together, but that's also part of the charm of comics.
boy I miss that charm.
anyway, the big deal here is the first appearance of the Red Skull. he's killed in here, but Simon and Kirby realized he was far too cool a character to keep dead and brought him back several times.
anyway, the two other features are a story of the Hurricane, the Son of Thor with the power of the Greek Gods. uh, what? how does that happen? I think later he gets retconned into Makkari, the Eternal.
the final story was of Tuk, Cave Boy. apparently he lasted only five issues in Cap's series. nicely drawn, but nothing special.