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    Reviews - Captain America - #309

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Nomad and Madcap romance. - Johnny Darkness
Madcap prances around the city in homosexual garb. He encounters a homosexual street gang, who soon realize he can't feel pain.
When he gets home, he finds Nomad sitting in his disgusting shed. Nomad reveals that he's attracted to Madcap, who, to Nomad's relief, offers to let him stay the night. They undress...
In the morning, famished after a night of passion, Madcap suggests getting lunch. Nomad agrees, and his attraction to this unpredictable character only increases when Madcap decides to "dine and dash".
Then the odd couple goes out on the town, and Nomad gets lured into a life of crime.




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