Captain America by Ed Brubaker Omnibus, Vol. 1

Captain America by Ed Brubaker Omnibus, Vol. 1 Review

Collecting Eisner Award-nominated Best Writer Ed Brubaker's first 25 landmark issues of Captain America in one titanic tome, plus the Captain America 65th Anniversary Special and Winter Soldier: Winter Kills one-shots! This deluxe hardcover, fat-packed with extras, features the story that stunned readers worldwide and sent shockwaves through the entire Marvel Universe: the death of Captain America! Also including the return of Cap's wartime partner, Bucky Barnes, as the Winter Soldier; the death and life of his greatest enemy, the Red Skull; and the emergences of a new threat, General Aleksander Lukin, the head of one of the most powerful corporations in the world!

Collecting: Captain America 1-25, 65th Anniversary Special; Winter Soldier: Winter Kills

Title:Captain America by Ed Brubaker Omnibus, Vol. 1
Edition Language:English

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    Captain America by Ed Brubaker Omnibus, Vol. 1 Reviews

  • Anne

    I cheated.I'd recently read Captain America: Winter Soldier Ultimate Collection, so I did the skim, skim, skim thing over the first half of this book.This sucker is a BEAST !If you want to read the W...

  • Cheese

    4.5 stars. A great book and the best telling of Captain America or any Marvel character I've ever read except maybe Brubaker's Daredevil. Who would have thought that a character with such a stupid nam...

  • Sesana

    This thing is massive. 27 issues in all (Captain America 1-25, the 65th anniversary special, and the Winter Soldier one-shot). It's got the entire Winter Soldier storyline, all the way through the Civ...

  • Bruno Carriço

    So good! Really lives up to the Hype... Brubaker is the best.1 Down, 4 to go :)...

  • Aaron

    Brubaker did the impossible: he made Bucky a badass. Captain America has never been this good, and likely never will be again....

  • Adam Graham

    Ed Brubaker's run on Captain America is historic for many reasons.The chief of these being the return of Bucky Barnes as the Winter Soldier. This change has been felt on television and of course in th...

  • Randy Lander

    Ed Brubaker's Captain America run has been pretty astonishing, not just because of the solid level of craft involved, but because he's managed to do what every writer who has written Cap for the last ...

  • Scott

    Let me preface this by saying, I'm a person who has never been overly fond of the character that is Captain America simply because his origin is WW2 and fighting Nazis (boring), and in the words of Lo...

  • Emmett Spain

    Collecting issues 1-25 and the Winter Solider: Winter Kills one shot, this collection is a great place to start for anyone wanting to get into Captain America.I never much got into Cap Am. I knew who ...

  • Keith Bowden

    Brubaker's a good writer; that's an absolute given. And he understands the character of Captain America; that's arguable, but a fair assessment in my opinion.But sometimes, just because you can do som...