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Best-selling Cap writer Ed Brubaker and superstar artist Steve McNiven bring you the next huge chapter in Steve Rogers' life, and it's a perfect jumping-on point for fans of the Cap movie! A funeral for a fallen friend turns into a race against time as the original Captain America makes his explosive return! Find out the secrets of the mission that went wrong in WWII, and why old friends are now old enemies! It's all-out Cap action and history the way you like it, in a cage match for your comic-reading pleasure.Collecting CAPTAIN AMERICA (2011) #1-5.

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An OKay Espionage Story 0

As of late, Captain America has been hit across the head with the spy stick. A lot of his solo stories revolve around these ideas and themes, and the recent movie (Winter Soldier), while great, is rife with similar ideas. It feels like his character has been reduced to an America James Bond with a shield. And, while this story attempts to draw on what makes this character good, fails to engage me as a reader in the conflict at hand.Somewhat stereotypically for Cap, a character from his past is ...

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