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Your monthly dose of Cap is now bigger than ever, as a new era begins!

Now also starring STEVE ROGERS, SUPER-SOLDIER in a story that intertwines with, and complements, the main story, both written by Cap mastermind Ed Brubaker. Bucky’s life takes a turn no one ever expected, but that’s all top secret. Meanwhile, Steve Rogers faces a world without a Captain America.

Story by Ed Brubaker
Art by Butch Guice, Stefano Gaudiano, Chris Samnee & Mike Deodato
Colors by Bettie Breitweiser
Letters by Joe Caramagna
Cover by Marko Djurdjevic

Price: $3.99
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Neb04/28/11NoRead Review
Avg Rating: 3.9
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  1. This is Brubaker & co.’s last chance to win me back …

  2. This title is so rocking right now. Samnee’s just going to make it that much better.

  3. I am wavering on this title, this may push me back on.

  4. I’m jumpin’ on for the Samnee/Guice combo. Wowza.

  5. Samnee!!!!!!!!!

  6. This sounds like a decent jumping back point. I stopped reading right before Bucky went on trial.

  7. the art in the preview looked nice

  8. @cromulent  I’d recommend getting the last issue too, as it’s basically the start of two new storylines that, by the looks of things, will be the driving force behind Cap for the next few months.

    Also it has Paul Grist drawing Cap kicking a vampire in the face. So, that’s awesome.

  9. Finally, the reason I got in to comics is returning. Love bucky to death, it was a great series but Steve will forever be Captain America.

  10. This should be good. Hoping to subscribe to this directly from Marvel starting with the split. That’s at #620, iirc.

  11. i want a Winter Soldier/ Bucky book! *sigh*

  12. I loved this ish. Period.

  13. Good read. I’m kinda sad that I missed a couple of issues before this one, but I was able to get up to speed real quick. Got to stay on top of this one.

  14. Great issue. I like that this has become a bundle of stories leading in 1 direction. The Samnee backup was awesome. Guice’s art was a lot better than normal. Very gritty and bleak. I’m excited to keep reading for the first time in a long time.

  15. Totally agree that Guice’s art was exceptional.  But this book has really lost its way, do you really read Captain America to watch Bucky (who should have stayed dead) wrestle a bear??  But the art really was very very nice.   The bear looked fantastic.   I guess I just find the whole Soviet gulag idea a little too far off the beaten trail.  I like better when Cap is matched up against his rogue’s gallery.

  16. This was the best issue in awhile and I loved it. All three stories were great and I feel like the artists each were well matched to the type of story. The Butch Guice and Stefano Guadiano team was great. I really hope they keep that quality of art. Great issue and my wife agrees. She recently started reading comics and has fallen in love with the cap America story and especially Bucky.

  17. @david mine too! My wife is a Steve fan though. I’M the bucky fan and I’ve been reading Cap for YEARS. This story was just as good as the art. you guys are crazy. I was bored of our star-spangled goody two-shoes beating down every threat. Bucky, for me at least, is a better imbodiment of America and he’s a fresh take on the character.

  18. Brubaker has taken the book through more turns, but the book and Bucky/Winter Soldier has held a steady and well-written pace.  This issue finally brings up his past as Winter Soldier and facing the consequences of his past actions.  I enjoyed it.

  19. I LOVED the winter soldier stuff. This was great!

  20. @Urthona  Im a big fan of anyone wrestling bears in comic books.

  21. @markish seconded

  22. Don’t know what compelled that Russian armor to talk, but clearly wasn’t a smart move.

    Black Widow and Sharon are hotness.

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