Book One last edited by aphillips17 on 08/09/18 01:09PM View full history

Cap is awakened in the dead of the night by agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., who need the kind of help only he can provide. But the corpse he finds on the Heli-carrier brings him face-to-face with the unthinkable, and opens doors to terror and manipulation he never dreamed possible! It’s a new beginning as four-time Eisner-nominated Best Writer Ed Brubaker makes his Marvel debut, joined by white-hot artist Steve Epting! Collects CAPTAIN AMERICA #1-7.

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A Story That Goes as Cold as the War 0

Having recently seen the film, which I was a big fan of, I decided to pick up the first volume of the series it was based off of, gracefully on sale to coincide with the film's release. However, what I found was what I found to be a pretty tedious read rather than something enjoyable. And, while the story is loved by many, I simply couldn't get behind what was, for me, pretty boring.The story starts well enough, with the Red Skull at the forefront, plotting against Cap in the devilish way only ...

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