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He's back! The original Sentinel of Liberty returns, with a new shield, a new team, and a new mission! And he's not the only one who's back! Like the saying goes-- cut off one LIMB, two more will take its place! HAIL HYDRA!

List of covers and their creators:

CoverNameCreator(s)Sidebar Location
RegRegular CoverJesus Saiz1
VarVariant CoverSteve Epting5
VarAction Figure Variant CoverJohn Tyler Christopher6
VarYoung Variant CoverSkottie Young7
VarThe Horsemen of Apocalypse Variant CoverPaul Renaud8
VarMarvel Hip-Hop Variant CoverJeffrey Veregge9
VarCaptain America 75th Anniversary Variant CoverGreg Hildebrandt10
VarVariant CoverJim Steranko11
2ndRegular Second Printing CoverJesus Saiz2
2ndMarvel Hip-Hop Second Printing Variant CoverJeffrey Veregge3
2ndSecond Printing Variant CoverJim Steranko4
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Captain America - Steve Rogers 001 0

I'll be honest, I was a little scared when I heard everyone's favorite soldier was really a double-agent, but after reading a review by @krleavenger, I feel a lot better and less nervous about the future of Marvel Comics. And yet, something was still unsettling about the way Captain America betrayed his team and surprised the readers with that final - But, I thought it was a great ending. It left the reader (or me, at least) with their jaw-dropped, wondering what would happen next. The going bac...

3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

Cap Hydra starts off really good. 0

Very controversial issue which starts off a Nick Spencer run on the Steve Rogers, (Mr Spencer has been writing Sam Wilson for quite some time durning the start). After Avengers Standoff Steve has returned to proper form thanks to the power of Kobik (or is it, ssshhh spoilers :) returned to active duty while giving permission to Sam Wilson to keep his Shield. Issue starts off with a flashback to Steve past as expanded in Rick Remender run. After this we jump back to the present doing a mission f...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

Captain America: Steve Rogers #1 0

It blew my mind! My comic book collection is a little over 380 comic books and I read every one of them. Don't get me wrong the comic books I have tag me along and kept me interested but nothing like what here revealing a huge turning point in the character has happen. Thanks for reading later today I will blogging about how to bulid your own action figure/prop display case. 'Til then stay nerdy my friends. -B-ry...

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