A one page bio describing how Steve Rogers became Captain America.
"A Bicentennial Adventure!"
At a Bicentennial party with the cast of the Electric Company TV show, Captain America wishes he could meet his heroes from the American Revolution. Overhearing the wish, Dr. Strange offers to send Cap and Spidey back in time.
Meanwhile, fed up with the Bicentennial celebrations, Kang decides to change the outcome of the Revolutionary War.
"Chapter 2: Tea for Three"
Boston, December 16, 1773. Captain America and Spiderman arrive just in time to prevent Kang from interfering with the Boston Tea Party.
"Who is Kang?"
A one page bio featuring Kang.
"Spidey Meets the Stomper"
Spider-Man chases a villain who gets his kicks from stomping on everything in sight.
This story is based on a script written by Thad Mumford for the Electric Company TV show.
"The Once and Future Kang"
Boston, April 18, 1775. Kang's determined to prevent the American Revolution. This time he's trying to stop Paul Revere from making his famous ride. Dr. Strange sends Spider-Man and Captain America back in time to spoil Kang's plans.
"Chapter 2: The Final Battle"
Philadelphia, July 4, 1776. Having failed to stop Paul Revere, Kang sets his sights on the destruction of Philadelphia and the Declaration of Independence. Will Cap and Spidey arrive in time to save the day?