RAMBO creator DAVID MORRELL has signed on to revive comic book hero CAPTAIN AMERICA after the patriotic crimefighter was killed off by Marvel Comics bosses at the beginning of the summer (07).
The best-selling author's comic book series, which pre-dates the death of Captain America, will focus on the superhero's efforts to boost a U.S. marine unit in Afghanistan, according to ABC News.
Morrell, whose vigilante Rambo was turned into a film franchise by Sylvester Stallone, says, "I was called by Marvel Comics about two years ago and they thought it would be interesting if the creator of Rambo did a piece about Captain America."
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