Captain America
The world has received an ultimatum: Peace in our time... or face the fury of The Flag-Smasher! Guest-starring Steve Rogers: Captain America!Collecting: Captain America: Sam Wilson 14-18

Captain America Details

TitleCaptain America
Author
FormatPaperback
LanguageEnglish
ReleaseMay 2nd, 2017
PublisherMarvel
ISBN1302903292
ISBN-139781302903299
Number of pages136 pages
Rating
GenreSequential Art, Comics, Comic Book, Graphic Novels

Captain America Review

  • Chris Lemmerman
    April 15, 2017
    [Read as single issues]Nick Spencer's political commentar-I mean, Sam Wilson series continues as Sam finds himself trapped between the brutality of the Americops and the rage of, well, Rage. When a robbery goes wrong and Rage finds himself in court for a crime he didn't commit, there's not a lot that the current Captain America can do about it. Plus, Misty Knight kicks ass.There's a lot to unpack in this series, and dear lord, Spencer's scripts are very wordy when they want to be, but it's mostl [Read as single issues]Nick Spencer's political commentar-I mean, Sam Wilson series continues as Sam finds himself trapped between the brutality of the Americops and the rage of, well, Rage. When a robbery goes wrong and Rage finds himself in court for a crime he didn't commit, there's not a lot that the current Captain America can do about it. Plus, Misty Knight kicks ass.There's a lot to unpack in this series, and dear lord, Spencer's scripts are very wordy when they want to be, but it's mostly good commentary (except maybe the issue set in the university which I'm not touching with a ten foot barge pole). It's certainly one of the most thought provoking Marvel books right now, and seems content to do its own thing while Spencer sets up Secret Empire in the Steve Rogers Captain America book.Daniel Acuna, Angel Unzeta, and Paul Renaud tag-team this volume like they have the past few, so we've got a consistent if visually discordant creative team. It's more prevalent having the issues collected together, but individually each artist is great. I'm not so sure if going straight from one to another works as well though.
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