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More info of the death of Jack"Nomad" Monroe.We see whats been happening in this man's mind and in his world,and it has not been a pleasant ride for Jack. Due to thr drugs injected into him in the 1950's (when he was the second Bucky)Jack's immune system is rapidly degrading. Ge is told that the treatment for this will probably kill him before the symptoms do. Jack Monroe is dying.His mind is a twisted mess, due to this illness, and he sees what he believes is really happening. He thinks he is defeating enemies when he is defeating common civilians. He goes to a roadside bar...a dive really... and wallows in defeat and despair. When he goes outside to leave, he is confronted, slight words are exchanged, and.......we see just who the person is that shoots him.This issue brings together what transpired at the end of issue #3.

#39 on Wizard Magazine's "100 Best Single Issue Comics Since You Were Born" list.

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Uh... what just happened? 0

I don't know if I'm an idiot or just unfamiliar with Captain America, but this comic was confusing and made absolutely no sense to me at all. I was just scratching my head while reading it. Like... what are they talking about? What is this story? What is Brubaker refrencing?I don't know but this made no sense and I have no clue what happened in this issue because I couldn't understand it. Can anyone help me?...

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