Captain America #28

    Captain America » Captain America #28 - Death of the Dream (Part 4 of 6) released by Marvel on September 1, 2007.

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    Meet the New Serpent Squad, their leader -- Sin, the daughter of the Red Skull! And now as the world still reels from the tragic assassination of Captain America, the Skull and his minions begin to put their plans into motion, to deadly effect! And as the Falcon and Nick Fury hunt for the Winter Soldier, new director of S.H.I.E.L.D., Tony Stark, gets a message from beyond the grave...


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    The intrigue continues... 0

    People might not be talking about the Death of Captain America all that much anymore, and a lot of people picked up Captain America #25 and didn't bother to continue the series after that... those people are missing out on a series that constantly delivers every month. A lot of people thought it was kinda odd that the series continued after the death of the title character, but it's continuing with a purpose and an intriguing storyline to boot.Even though this is the 3rd issue since Cap's death,...

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    Sin is a good villainess. 0

    I like the new Serpent Squad. It looks like Crossbones will be on top of this group with Sin. The new Viper is kinda blah right now but maybe he will bet better. Cobra looks just like Kobra from DC and I find myself thinking that every time I see him. Bucky is beating up AIM agents trying to find the Skull and Faustus has been brainwashing more SHIELD agents. The Red Skull's plans this time are very deep. Iron Man gets Cap's last wishes and they are not revealed yet but I bet it has something to...

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    One of the best story lines around. 0

    I can't say enough about the writer of this comic. With each Captain America entry, it keeps getting better and better. Without Captain America around, one has to wonder just how long this current title can keep going. The aftermath of Cap's death has unleashed a series of events that could be in the making of a Marvel classic campaign. I just hope they follow through with the story lines and don't let them sputter into cliche territory.The artwork is very realistic and it helps pull things toge...

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