Reviews (Marvel)

Captain America #183

Captain America #183

In his Nomad identity, Steve Roger sets out to find the Falcon — and ends up on a journey of self-discovery. Steve Englehart’s politically ponderous story is a winner, but Frank Robbins’ art isn’t quite the right fit. [More]

Reviews (Marvel)

Captain America #180

Captain America #180

Still disgusted with American politics but ready to return to superheroing, Steve Rogers becomes the Nomad. An enjoyable comic and interesting new direction for this title from the team of Steve Englehart, Sal Buscema and Vince Colletta. [More]

Reviews (Marvel)

Captain America #155

Captain America #155

Now insane, the Captain America and Bucky of the 1950s plot to capture the real Cap and girlfriend Sharon Carter. Steve Englehart does a great job bringing the 1950s Cap into the Bronze Age, with solid art support from Sal Buscema. [More]

Reviews (Marvel)

Captain America #193

Captain America #193

Captain America and the Falcon are drafted by the government to stop a plot to destroy the United States during the bicentennial. Jack “The King” Kirby’s return to one of his most famous creations proves to be a lot of fun. [More]

Reviews (Marvel)

Captain America #237

Captain America #237

Reeling from recent tough times, Steve Rogers looks to get his life back — and ends up coming face to face with his past. A surprisingly strong transitional issue by the team of Chris Claremont, Roger McKenzie, Sal Buscema and Don Perlin. [More]

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