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The events of Fear Itself collide as our two stories reach their stunning conclusion. From his cold Russian prison cell, Bucky makes a decision that will change his life forever. And in the Steve Rogers: Super-Soldier back-up, the first repercussions of Bucky's actions may destroy everything Steve has worked so hard for. It's the stunning conclusion you won't believe!

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The American Masterpiece 0

Ed Brubaker is Marvel's greatest writer right now. Hands down. His Captain America run will forever go down in the history books as one of the greatest runs ever. I'd been following it for a while, but found myself lapsed for various reasons, I had some doubts coming back. I thought things might have gotten too complicated or that Brubaker may have lost his touch. And while the intricate world of intrigue and espionage is as exciting as ever, a new reader, could probably jump on here with few to...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

There's Nothing to Fear Except Fear Itself... Screwing Up Cap. 0

Bucky Barnes' imprisonment in a Russian gulag comes to an end this issue as Black Widow comes to his aid and Steve Rogers handles the fallout on the home front. It's another strong issue of the Gulag story arc, but as a supposed conclusion, it leaves a lot to be desired.  One of the most interesting things about this story arc is how Ed Brubaker has been dusting off various Russian characters for use as inmates in the same gulag as Bucky. Brubaker does it again this issue with Unicorn, making th...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

A decent book but not without issues... 0

Ed Brubaker's Captain America run has been amazing. It's been a great mix of top-notch storytelling and high quality artwork. And while I've enjoyed the recent "Gulag" story arc, this finale still left me scratching my head.  Black Widow has gone rogue and traveled to Russia in an attempt to free Bucky from his imprisonment in a brutal Russian gulag. Meanwhile after witnessing the greater powers at work within the Gulag, Bucky begins to orchestrate his own escape. While this is going on, Steve ...

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