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The Death of Captain America Omnibus (edition 2009)

by Ed Brubaker (Author), Steve Epting (Illustrator), Mike Perkins (Illustrator), Butch Guice (Illustrator), Robert de la Torre (Illustrator)1 more, Luke Ross (Illustrator)

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Leaping from the final pages of Civil War, this is the story that stunned readers, sent shockwaves through the entire Marvel Universe and made news headlines worldwide! And the death of Captain America is only the beginning! In the aftermath of the fabled hero's assassination, Agent 13, Bucky Barnes, the Falcon, Black Widow and Iron Man come together again in a desperate attempt to keep his dream alive. But the collapse of Steve Rogers' dream was merely the first step in the wicked machinations of the Red Skull. Collects Captain America #25-42.… (more)
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Title:The Death of Captain America Omnibus
Authors:Ed Brubaker (Author)
Other authors:Steve Epting (Illustrator), Mike Perkins (Illustrator), Butch Guice (Illustrator), Robert de la Torre (Illustrator), Luke Ross (Illustrator)
Info:Marvel (2009), Edition: First Edition, 464 pages
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This is a great collection. While it has plenty of action and a nice storyline about how the Winter Soldier aka Bucky Barnes is dealing with taking over as Captain America, what really stands out is how Ed Brubaker explains why our economy is really tanking hard. No, it wasn't eight years of Bush the 2nd; it's the Red Skull pulling the strings. The storyline, which begins with the "death" of Captain America, actually makes more sense of our current economic plight than NPR does. I say "death" in quotes because I read comics in trade paperback (or in this case hardcover) format, so for all I know (and suspect), Captain America is alive again by now. Collecting issues 25-42 in a nice hardcover edition, this omnibus is well worth the price. ( )
  lithicbee | Jan 31, 2010 |
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Leaping from the final pages of Civil War, this is the story that stunned readers, sent shockwaves through the entire Marvel Universe and made news headlines worldwide! And the death of Captain America is only the beginning! In the aftermath of the fabled hero's assassination, Agent 13, Bucky Barnes, the Falcon, Black Widow and Iron Man come together again in a desperate attempt to keep his dream alive. But the collapse of Steve Rogers' dream was merely the first step in the wicked machinations of the Red Skull. Collects Captain America #25-42.

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