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Cap book to be renamed Cap and Bucky this summer
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|When Marvel announced a new Captain America #1 to time with the release of July's Captain America: The First Avenger, fans were curious as to the fate of the current ongoing by Ed Brubaker. Thanks to an announcement this morning from Marvel, Now we know how it shakes out. |
July's Captain America #1 by Brubaker and McNiven is a brand new series, not a renumbering. It focuses on Steve's return to the Captain America role.
Also out in July, Captain America & Bucky #620 is the continuation of the current Captain America ongoing. As you may have surmised, it's the book with Bucky in it. This book will be written by Ed Brubaker and Marc Andreyko, with art by an iFanboy favorite...Chris Samnee!
Pictured at right is the Ed McGuinness cover to issue #620
From what we can tell, most or all of this series is focused on the early career of Captain America and Bucky Barnes prior to and throughout WWII. At least that's where it starts. Consider it a re-Cap of the pair's early years, or a collection of lost War era tales. It seems pitch perfect for Samnee's signature style, and a nice primer for new fans just jumping into the comics upon seeing the new film.
Captain America #1 and Captain America & Bucky #620 debut this July
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