Lost and alone in a unfamiliar world, struggling to interact with a new generation of heroes, Steve Rogers seeks out someone--anyone--who might remember him from his former life. And even longtime Marvelites will be shocked at what he finds!
As a total American history nut, this issue did an great job blending comic book history with Marvel history, a testament to Waid's awesome abilities as a writer. To say that I liked this comic was an understatement and a half. Read Full Review
With the plethora of Captain America titles on the racks and coming up to hit the racks as the comic reading world eagerly awaits a teaser trailer for the upcoming film, it might be easy to dismiss one or more of them. If you are set on spending a little extra time with the shield-slinger, however, then this is a great book for you to look into. It's all tucked nicely behind the cover of Captain America leaping into action in front of the Presidents his legend has grown under. It's the middle chapter of a five-issue series, but it is as complete and emotional an issue as you could want. Read Full Review
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