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Superstars Ed Brubaker and Steve McNiven continue their quintessential Cap story arc! Find out the secrets of the mission that went wrong in WW2 and why old friends are now old enemies! Its action and history in a cage match for your comic-reading pleasure.

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Not as polished cover to cover, but still solid entertainment! 0

I'm a huge Captain America fan which automatically means I'm an Ed Brubaker fan. I've loved his work on Cap and his first issue with Steve McNiven blew me away. It nicely set up this new chapter as Steve Rogers is once again behind the shield. It didn't take Brubaker long to get the action going in the first issue and in Captain America #2 we get an explanation behind Bravo's attempt to kill Cap as Steve and his team converge on a Hydra base believed to be Bravo's base of operations.  I'll be h...

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An Untold Mission! 0

This is the second Captain America comic i've ever read. I really enjoyed the first issue of this series and thought I might pick up the second and i really enjoyed this one too. I'm loving where the plot is going and everything and hope that the rest of the issues will continue to be just as good.  The Plot: The issue begins with Captain America walking through a blizzard-like and frozen wasteland. Suddenly, an attack helicopter flies in to probably kill him. The issue then shows a time earlier...

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