Captain America #611

    Captain America » Captain America #611 - The Trial of Captain America, Part One released by Marvel on December 1, 2010.

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    The Trial of Captain America, Part One last edited by ghostgrifter on 08/10/21 01:21PM View full history

    The identity of Captain America has been revealed and now everyone knows that Bucky was once the deadly Winter Soldier. Now, the living embodiment of the American spirit stands shackled in a courtroom with the world divided on his fate as the Trial of Captain America begins! Will Steve Rogers, Hawkeye, Mockingbird and Black Widow testify for or against their oldest ally? And just who stands to profit from this trial of the century? The People present their case against the Star-Spangled Avenger only in Captain America #611.

    The Trial of Captain America begins here! Nothing will ever be the same again, and this time we mean it. Award-winning writer Ed Brubaker and acclaimed artist Butch Guice continue to take Captain America to new heights!


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    Bucky Barnes now is cornered by the media and the US Government after that Zemo revealed that he was the Winter Soldier. The greatest thing about Brubaker´s narrative isn´t the amazing dialogues, neither the harmonizing captions of Bucky´s thoughts, but the true power behind this epic tale lies in the fact that Brubaker combines the real social factors of power with the political forces that thrives and driven our society: the way he combines the media, the government and the Avengers into the s...

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    Publisher:   Marvel Comics Writer:   Ed Brubaker Artist:   Daniel Acuña Letterer:   Joe Caramagn Cover Artist:   Marko Djurdjevic Cover Price:   $3.99 Release Date:   10-27-10 Captain #611 begins the “Trial of Captain America Part 1.”   During the previous arc “No Escape,” the current shield wielder’s past as former Soviet assassin, Winter Soldier, was released to the media by Baron Zemo. The majority of this issue consists of the dialogue detailing Bucky’s past.  One set involves Steve Rogers...

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    Trial of Cap... part 1 0

    First off, I didn't really like the transition to the new artist in this issue.  I felt the art left a lot to be desired and really drew away from my good experience with this issue.  The characters seem featureless, the attention to detail is not there, there seldom seemed to be any background in the panels... I'm just disappointed. Okay, that being said... I like this first part of the story.  The way Hawkeye reacts when he hears the news about Bucky and how he confronts the others, classic go...

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