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Tales of Suspense 72  “The Sleeper Shall Awake!”

This issue’s Captain America story is called “The Sleeper Shall Awake!”, kicking off a fantastic story arc set in the “modern” age (well, the 60’s, the time the story was written) rather than WWII.

The tale starts with Captain America seen relating the adventures of the last three issues (“Midnight in Greymoor Castle”) to his Avengers teammates Quicksilver, Scarlet Witch and Hawkeye. They’re all enthralled with his tale and Hawkeye insensitively asks what happened to Bucky, touching off a bout of depression in Cap as he retires to his bedroom in Avengers Mansion. Cap then remembers his “last battle” with the Red Skull during WWII. The Red Skull was about to throw a grenade at Cap when Cap’s shield hit the Skull and caused the grenade to explode in Red Skull’s grip. Dying, the Red Skull cryptically tells Cap “There are three Sleepers…and  when they awake… the Third Reich will rise again!” and that this will happen twenty years hence. Just then, Allied bombers destroy the bunker where Cap and the Red Skull are. Cap narrowly escapes, leaving the Red Skull behind.

Cap wakes up from his memory-fueled dream and realizes that it is exactly twenty years later to the day. Cap examines a metal box that he recovered from the Red Skull that day with a list of towns. Meanwhile in a Bavarian village, a Nazi agent removes a giant rock from a cave with the help of several villagers under old instructions from the Red Skull. Suddenly, a giant robot with arms that shoot death-rays crashes out of the cave and rampages through the countryside – one of the “Sleepers”! Cap airdrops from a military plane and fights the Sleeper as the robot crushes trees and houses, but is unable to affect the behemoth. The Sleeper walks away causing Cap to assume it must be going to rendezvous with the other Sleepers. Meanwhile, in the town of Telbeck, a second Nazi agent initiates a plan to awaken the second Sleeper.

This is an intriguing and action-packed tale. If the cover didn’t give it away (albeit spectacularly) the reveal of the “Sleeper” would have had more impact, but the depiction of the Sleeper being a monstrous, destructive force is pretty striking. It really sets up a formidable opponent for Cap as he is seen as being no match for the giant robot. Captain America’s adventures in modern times kicks off with a bang with this story, which is just as well as the WWII stories were wearing a little thin.
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