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by Steve Epting,Mike Perkins,Ed Brubaker
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  • Author:
    Steve Epting,Mike Perkins,Ed Brubaker
  • ISBN:
    0785124233
  • ISBN13:
    978-0785124238
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  • Publisher:
    Marvel (June 25, 2008)
  • Pages:
    160 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Graphic Novels
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  • Rating:
    4.3
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    449
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Ed Brubaker (Author), Steve Epting (Illustrator), Mike Perkins (Illustrator) & 0 more. Book 1 of 18 in Captain America (2004-2011) (Collections) (18 Book Series). And you want to know something? It didn't lessen the impact one iota.

This volume collects Captain America and continues directly on from the previous volume - Death of the Dream - in which Captain America is assassinated, at the end of which Bucky Barnes had been captured by th. .

This volume collects Captain America and continues directly on from the previous volume - Death of the Dream - in which Captain America is assassinated, at the end of which Bucky Barnes had been captured by the Red Skull, and Sharon Carter discovered that she was being controlled by Doctor Faustus, on behalf of the Red Skull.

All three tales were written by Ed Brubaker. Artwork by Steve Epting, Mike Perkins and a few others.

The Death of Captain America was reported in ABC News, where Bryan Robinsons paralleled the events to the Post-September 11 World and Iraq. This graphic novel covers the death of Captain America and the fallout from that tragedy. All three tales were written by Ed Brubaker.

The Death of Captain America Act Two: The Burden of Dreams" (

Publication information. Captain America (vol. 5) was an ongoing comic book series published for four years from January 2005 to July 2009 by Marvel Comics. It starred the superhero Captain America, and the entire series was written by Ed Brubaker. It was the fifth Captain America series with this title to be published, following series that ran from 1968–1996, 1996–1997, 1998–2002, and 2002-2004. The Death of Captain America Act Two: The Burden of Dreams" (.The Death of Captain America Act Three: The Man Who Bought America" (.Old Friends and Enemies" (.

The questions plaguing Captain America's dreams and memories have been answered in the most brutal way possible.

Captain America: The Death of Captain America, Volume 1: The Death of the Dream. Cap faces down his personal demons, in a hand-to-hand battle with the Winter Soldier. But he's not just fightin. The questions plaguing Captain America's dreams and memories have been answered in the most brutal way possible. And in the wake of this brutality, General Lukin makes his first all-out assault - tearing open old wounds and threatening to make new scars t.

Steve Epting; Mike Perkins (illustrator). Seller Inventory M0785124233. More information about this seller Contact this seller.

After the Civil War ends, the Winter Soldier finally chooses a side--his own--but the Red Skull and his minions are up to something behind the scenes.

Mala
I'm a guy who waits for the collected editions of my favorite comic books, so my knowledge of the death of Steve Rogers arrived long before I read the actual volume in which it occurred. And you want to know something? It didn't lessen the impact one iota.

This is because Ed Brubaker's Captain America is masterful. This is not a title looking to shock you in one-and-done scenarios, this is a title where each issue builds off the prior and the author clearly has an epic plot in mind. The story progresses organically and logically.

Collecting issues #25-30, Steve Rogers dies in the first installment and then his supporting characters take center stage. Brubaker gives us a level of richness and complexity with Tony Stark, Sharon Carter, the Falcon, Nick Fury, the Black Widow, and Bucky Barnes rarely seen in comic books. The fact he keeps Captain America just as intriguing and captivating without Captain America is proof enough as to why this man won the Eisner award.

Now we all know who the current Captain America is, and this volume, as well as the preceding issues of this series, really sets up the events leading to Barnes donning the Captain America mask. It makes total sense and it didn't feel at all forced.

In fact, I'd like to briefly congratulate Brubaker for reinserting Barnes into the Marvel Universe in a seamless, rational, and consistent manner. Unlike another once-thought-dead partner, Barnes has been handled with care and intelligence.

Furthermore, Steve Epting's art is the perfect compliment to Brubaker's realism. While cinematic in execution, Epting delivers characters and action that are believable yet extraordinary. His angles and layouts please the eye while strengthening the overall story.

Brubaker's Captain America has been a delightful and unpredictable joy from the get-go, and I look forward to seeing where he takes us next!

~Scott William Foley, author of The Imagination's Provocation: Volume I: A Collection of Short Stories
Vizuru
Brubaker is a phenomenal writer. The story line he's crafted across these three volumes is full of carefully considered prose and prodigious attention to detail regarding the characters involved (such as Bucky, Natalia, and Tony Stark, but even in death, Brubaker has Steve Rogers pegged perfectly!). It's little surprise this won an Eisner and received all sorts of acclaim in the media (including the Wall Street Journal and the New York Times, which normally pay little attention to the graphic novel scene). A must read for any Marvel fan, but especially if you want the background to Stracynski's run on Thor and the Siege series by Bendis.
Owomed
What would happen if we didn't have our dear Steve Rogers? The thrilling roller coaster and one of my favorite runs in comics, that the fact that,just because one dies, does not mean Captain America is dead. Ed Brubakes work is amazing and I highly recommend this read
Vonalij
I'll make this short and sweet. Captain America was never a character that I got into when I read comics, but then I read the Captain America Omnibus by Ed Brubaker and my life changed. Here was a hero with a great history and great relevance in our time. I looked at Cap in a whole new light. This trade continues the story from the Omnibus (1 issues overlaps)and the quality never waivers. If you like comics give this a shot.
Wenaiand
It was a great buy
Reggy
RIP CAP
Iaran
Quick read and necessary to tie things up (civil war)
Brubaker storyline is top notch. Filling out the trade set.