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Bucky Barnes never wanted to be Captain America, but he's doing his best to carry on the legacy of Steve Rogers, in his own way, while trying to save Sharon Carter from the Red Skull and his minions. But maybe he's not the only one running around in a Captain America outfit! Part Two of "The Man Who Bought America" by the acclaimed team of Ed Brubaker and Steve Epting.

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there can only be rogers as captain america but bucky is doin a pretty good job and wats all this bullshit about him in caps outfit i seen buckys its the gayest outfit ever why dont he top it off with a mullet but as long as he stands for america good for him ...

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I'm very happy that Captain America's book is still so good. When Marvel killed off Steve Rogers I actually almost cried to think that my favorite hero is dead, but the book is still great even with Bucky wearing the stars and stripes. I think it's interesting how they went with the approach of people not giving Bucky the same respect that they gave Steve and generally not accepting him as Captain America. The art in this issue is top notch as is the writing. I'm very interested to see where thi...

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