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The Invaders caught behind enemy lines, and only Bucky can save them -- but what can one normal kid to do save four superhumans?! Marvel's newest hit book keeps hitting!

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"None Of Us Will Be Carrying You Anymore" 0

The central conflict in Captain America and Bucky isn't the newest concept in the world. Faced with the growing number of metahumans involved in the fight, how can Bucky compete? Men who can turn into fire, super soldiers, imperius rexes...it's hard to keep up!Brubaker and Andreyko do some simple, but effective storytelling here. Bucky is a normal man who wishes he was as strong as his compatriots so that he can be as effective. He later faces the Ubermensh, a Germanic super soldier who is tempo...

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A good issue but doesn't shine as bright as the others 0

Admittedly, I wasn't expecting much from "Captain America and Bucky" but writers Ed Brubaker and Marc Andreyko quickly proved me wrong. It's been a beautifully crafted origin story of Bucky and his history with Captain America. Timewise, each issue has transitioned perfectly from one to the other and have focused on key events that helped shape the relationship between the two. It's been such a pleasant surprise.  In this issue we get to see the Invaders and explore Bucky's sense of inferiority...

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