The Death of Captain America Omnibus

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  • Hardcover
  • 464 pages
  • The Death of Captain America Omnibus
  • Ed Brubaker
  • English
  • 20 April 2017
  • 0785138064

About the Author: Ed Brubaker

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The Death of Captain America Omnibus 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, who is determined to see the death of America follow soon after the death of the Captain As the Skull s master plan kicks into motion, and chaos begins to take hold of the United States, only one man stands in its way but is he up to the task Freed from the psychosis that transformed him into the relentless mercenary known as the Winter Soldier, Bucky Barnes is called on to live up to the dream in ways he never imagined Eisner Award winning writer Ed Brubaker refuses to let up on the action, suspense, and human drama in a tale that ties together all eras of the star spangled warrior s history Collecting Captain America 25 42 Free Download [ The Death of Captain America Omnibus ] By [ Ed Brubaker ] – scottishhomebakingawards.co.uk

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10 thoughts on “The Death of Captain America Omnibus

  1. Cheese says:

    So I thought this would be about the death of Captain America, but it s not is it, because that happened in the previous volume.This is about how the world, his enemies and his colleagues react in his absence.It s about fighting on for Truth and Justice and all that cheesy stuff, but it s interesting to see how Cap influenced the people a...

  2. TJ Shelby says:

    Ed Brubaker has definitely propelled himself to the top of my Favorite Comic Author list This book was almost a picture perfect blueprint on how to do a character transition of a major comic series After reading this, I was almost instantly saddened that the Batman death and transition to Nightwing assuming the role of the Bat was left in the spastic hands of Grant Morrisson admittedly, I m not a GM fan I suppose because I know the Steve Rogers is actually dead and that Brubaker has no inte Ed Brubaker has definitely propelled himself to the top of my Favorite Comic Author list This book was almost a picture perfect blueprint on how to do a character transition of a major comic series After reading this, I was almost instantly saddened that the Batman death and transition to Nightwing assuming the role of the Bat was left in the spastic hands of Grant Morrisson admittedly, I m not a GM fan I suppose because I know the Steve Rogers is actually dead and that Brubaker has no intenti...

  3. Neil says:

    This is essentially the book compilation that Larry Hama turned into a novelized adaptation sans issues 22 24 I think it moves at a good pace, although the artwork definitely seems to change toward the end of this compilation I cannot say the artwork was as good as what was found in the first omnibus collection It still moves at a fast pace it has political intrigue, double agents, compromised agents, super heroes, different Captain Americas , a man learning to bear the weight of th This is essentially the book compilation that Larry Hama turned into a novelized adaptation sans issues 22 24 I think it moves at a good pace, although the artwork definitely seems to change toward the end of this compilation I cannot say the artwork was as good as what...

  4. Keith Bowden says:

    This really does work as a single novel and not just a collection of 18 issues At first I d been upset that the volume does not go up to 50 or contain the 5 issue aftermath wake reaction mini series And while we re biding our time awaiting the return of the real Steve Rogers, Brubaker is giving us a hell of a ride, as anticipated.I maintain that Captain America is aboutthan the costume, rather about Steve Rogers, the man looking at the world through the idealized eyes of a man out of This really does work as a single novel and not just a collection of 18 issues At first I d been upset that the volume does not go up to 50 or contain the 5 issue aftermath wake reaction mini series And while we re biding our time awaiting the return of the real Steve Rogers, Brubaker is giving us a hell of a ride, as anticipated.I maintain that Captain America is aboutthan the costume, rather about Steve Rogers, the man looking at the world through the idealized eyes of a man out of time And it has to be that Steve Rogers, not a spycho pretender from a later era or an alternate universe Ultimates Cap with that additional bagga...

  5. Kurt says:

    This is not as good as the groundbreaking volume that precedes it, but it s still great and worth a read There is a bit of an overlap with the first volume, as Captain America 25 is reprinted in each, but that makes sense, and the issue is so pivotal that it s necessary to set the tone for what follows And what follows is a cast of fascinating supporting characters who mourn in various ways and deal with the huge void left by the death of a larger than life hero The Red Skull moves forward wi This is not as good as the groundbreaking volume that precedes it, but it s still great and worth a read There is a bit of an overlap with the first volume, as Captain America 25 is reprinted in each, but that makes sense, and the issue is so pivotal that it s necessary to set the tone for what follows And what follows is a cast of fascinating supporting characters who mourn in various ways and deal with the huge void left by the death of a larger than life hero The Red Skull moves forward with various sinister machinations that seem, honestly, a little tame for him, like maybe Brubaker has been watching Fox News to get the pulse of America and is really interested in supervillainy being behind oil price hikes and foreclosures I love the Red Skull and how he worked in the previous volume, and it s disappointing to see him so overshadowed by the powerful work, packed with emotion and action, that Brubaker is able to do with characters like the Winter...

  6. catechism says:

    A Captain America book with almost no actual Captain America in it No wonder I loved it Again, for my own record keeping purposes, includes Captain America The Death of Captain America, Vol 1 The Deat...

  7. Holden Attradies says:

    Not only was this a pretty darn good Captain America story, but it was a REALLY good follow up to Civil War In fact, I felt it was written in a style that I could read them back to back and feel pretty much like I was just reading two parts of the same story.The art work was solid all the way through with a few stunners here there The story made a pretty full use of Captain America s long history with a great use of characters that have come and gone from his history I know that with some of Not only was this a pretty darn good Captain America story, but it was a REALLY good follow up to Civil War In fact, I felt it was written in a style that I could read them back to back and feel pretty much like I was just reading two parts of the same story.The art work was solid all the way through with a few stunners here there The story made a pretty full use of Captain...

  8. Zoli says:

    I got into Captain America only recently and read only one book by another author, but Ed Brubaker s been doing an amazing job with his run The Death of Captain America takes a story line already great to the next level Having started following Cap only mon...

  9. rob says:

    As a kid I always thought Captain America was kind of hokey probably because I didn t grow up in America or during a time of war As I got a little older I found it to be a little too heavy handed, taking itself perhaps a bitseriously as it attempted to retain its old...

  10. Dan says:

    Omnibus Volume 1 started off strong, only to lose some of its luster due to a company wide crossover This collection is a mirror image, with the latter issues freed from the constraints of yet another huge event Ed Brubaker doesn t quite capture the magic of Volume 1 s initial issues, but th...