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Beautifully detailed page. Although the Arnim Zola stories in CAPTAIN AMERICA took place in the '70s, they had a definite early-1940s, Golden Age feel to them. Much of Kirby's work seemed quite nostalgic in nature, and that quality was very apparent here, in my opinion. I've always wondered how Jack came up with the name "Arnim Zola"-- a really cool moniker for a villain which fits this character exceptionally well. My guess is that it's a variation on the name of the famous French author Emile Zola.