Captain America #13

    Captain America » Captain America #13 - The Winter Soldier, Part 5 released by Marvel on January 1, 2006.

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    The Winter Soldier, Part 5 last edited by aphillips17 on 09/24/19 02:58PM View full history

    As “The Winter Soldier” arc rockets toward its senses-shattering conclusion, Cap’s allies come to his aid in the hunt for the man he believes may actually be his one-time partner. Featuring special guest appearances by both Iron Man and the Falcon! You can’t miss this issue, as red-hot creative team Brubaker and Epting up the ante one more time!

    Cap and the Falcon are in Steve's apartment talking aboutthe cube, Lukin, and about Bucky.Steve realizes here that he is going to save Bucky from himself yet at the very same moment we see the Winter Soldier (Bucky) with Lukin. Lukin is dispatching Winter Soldier with the cosmic cube. (in a protective container)Where is he going?Meanwhile, Cap and the Falcon are joined by Iron Man in a raid on an A.I.M. wharehouse loaded with some high tech equipment. Battle suits reminiscant of the Mandroids are in this warehouse, and one is attacking our heroes as they subdue it.Cap and Falcon are next seen flying one of Tony Stark's jets to a remote fallout shelter where the cosmic cube is believed to have been taken to. When the get there, they are unknowingly now in the gunsight of............the Winter Soldier !!



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    Giant Robots, Super Heroes... 0

    I thought that comics has moved past this corney stuff. Super heroes teamed up against giant robots and super villans! Ooh, ahh!Okay, here we go. So this issue starts where #12 left off. But it quickly switches and goes ahead in time rather quickly. We go from having deep thoughts and plotting about dealing with a big enemy to flying people beeting up robots. This transition was rediculous and it totally threw me in a loop. You see, in comics these days, we have two basic "types" of books. We ha...

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