• Steve Rogers has one chance to set any of this right! Broken, beaten and near dead he must defeat Zola or all is lost!

• Plus, the reveal of the year! A character you never expected reemerges.

Story by Rick Remender
Art by John Romita Jr., Klaus Janson, & Scott Hanna
Colors by Dean White
Letters by Joe Caramagna
Cover by John Romita Jr., Klaus Janson, Dean White, & Alex Maleev

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  1. I haven’t started reading my pile of these yet.

    Maybe when I get to issue #12.

  2. Avatar photo filippod (@filippodee) says:

    In my opinion Remender is the only writer who is currently getting Steve Rogers right.

  3. Started out a little slow I think, but this story has really just blown me away. Thoroughly enjoying it. It’s not often you get to see Cap in such a dire situation that can seemingly totally break him down.

  4. Avatar photo tripleneck (@tripleneck) says:

    Word Balloons on comics covers! Hell Yeah!

    I’m having a flashback…

  5. I’m still full on diggin’ this story. It reads great in one sitting. I would prefer a different artist though….

  6. I would have enjoyed for some more of the old flashbacks of Steve as a kid I don’t know why it stopped after the first couple of issues


  8. Remender is a mad man, love it.

  9. This series has much the same feel to me as the current Wonder Woman. And that’s a good thing. It spans several issues in the same storyline, a breezy romp through its own mythology. But there’s something very gutsy at its core, the true essence of who Captain America is. And it doesn’t try to wash over some of the more ugly things that the United States currently stands for. I don’t want to give too much away because there is a major emotional twist to this issue. But it is one of the best comics going.

  10. WHAT THE ACTUAL FUCK?! Remender is a glorious bastard!
    Next issue is probably going to kill me.

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