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Steve Rogers is returning to comics this May, and you can get your first taste on FREE COMIC BOOK DAY. This issue will get you caught up just in time for the release of Captain America: Steve Rogers #1, coming to comics later in May! Three Captain Americas fought shoulder-to-shoulder in AVENGERS: STANDOFF. Now, one rises to take his place at the forefront of the Marvel Uni Steve Rogers is returning to comics this May, and you can get your first taste on FREE COMIC BOOK DAY. This issue will get you caught up just in time for the release of Captain America: Steve Rogers #1, coming to comics later in May! Three Captain Americas fought shoulder-to-shoulder in AVENGERS: STANDOFF. Now, one rises to take his place at the forefront of the Marvel Universe! Nick Spencer and Jesus Saiz usher in a new beginning for the nation's greatest hero! But that's not all! FCBD CAPTAIN AMERICA #1 will also feature a second all-new story and a special prelude to DEAD NO MORE, giving fans their first look at the blockbuster storyline coming later this year. If you got a chance to bring back someone who died, would you? And how will people deal when ones they thought long dead once again walk the earth? It's the opening salvo of Dead No More, a major storyline coming in 2016!


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Steve Rogers is returning to comics this May, and you can get your first taste on FREE COMIC BOOK DAY. This issue will get you caught up just in time for the release of Captain America: Steve Rogers #1, coming to comics later in May! Three Captain Americas fought shoulder-to-shoulder in AVENGERS: STANDOFF. Now, one rises to take his place at the forefront of the Marvel Uni Steve Rogers is returning to comics this May, and you can get your first taste on FREE COMIC BOOK DAY. This issue will get you caught up just in time for the release of Captain America: Steve Rogers #1, coming to comics later in May! Three Captain Americas fought shoulder-to-shoulder in AVENGERS: STANDOFF. Now, one rises to take his place at the forefront of the Marvel Universe! Nick Spencer and Jesus Saiz usher in a new beginning for the nation's greatest hero! But that's not all! FCBD CAPTAIN AMERICA #1 will also feature a second all-new story and a special prelude to DEAD NO MORE, giving fans their first look at the blockbuster storyline coming later this year. If you got a chance to bring back someone who died, would you? And how will people deal when ones they thought long dead once again walk the earth? It's the opening salvo of Dead No More, a major storyline coming in 2016!

30 review for FCBD 2016: Captain America #1

  1. 5 out of 5

    Carmen

    When did Marvel Universe turn into a bunch of fucking politics? That's what we're all wondering after seeing CIVIL WAR, right? ANYWAY, Senate Hearings, political bullshit, poor Captain America trying to deal with "decision by committee," goodness gracious me, it's no wonder Civil War (the movie) went down like it did. (view spoiler)[And I was very disappointed in Tony, it seemed so unlike him to allow the government to put its foot on his neck (hide spoiler)] . Captain America is fighting Hydra and When did Marvel Universe turn into a bunch of fucking politics? That's what we're all wondering after seeing CIVIL WAR, right? ANYWAY, Senate Hearings, political bullshit, poor Captain America trying to deal with "decision by committee," goodness gracious me, it's no wonder Civil War (the movie) went down like it did. (view spoiler)[And I was very disappointed in Tony, it seemed so unlike him to allow the government to put its foot on his neck (hide spoiler)] . Captain America is fighting Hydra and there's this scene where he busts down a wall to get to an agent, and the agent is all, "Y-you're Captain America. The big hero. You're not going to kill me... what are you going to do?" smirk smirk smirk. Captain America raises his (glowing?) shield and the next thing you know the guy's quivering huddled up in the corner and it's very implied he was tortured? Captain America, Jack Bauer? I don't really understand what is going on here. Anyway, Captain America urges Congress to "declare war on Hydra." He also scolds the Senate for being on a six-week recess when this attack occurred. I'm just sick of all this political bullshit, I don't consider it to be very fun. Also, Joaquín Torres is acting like a whiny little shit. Not clear as to why. Sam Wilson stars in this as well, but isn't a whiner. For reasons quite beyond MY understanding, someone decided to have sex with the Red Skull and he has a grown-ass daughter named, get this, Sin (!) who dresses in all leather bustiers, leather pants and knee pads (?!) while lounging around the house serving her father tea. YOU KNOW. AS ONE DOES. Anyway, Red Skull is salivating at the thought of going to war with Rogers. That basically sums up Captain America, but we get a bonus comic as well, a Spider-Man comic called Dead No More in which Peter Parker - Let me just pause to say I'm really not grooving on this new butt-monkey status of Peter Parker/Spidey that is going on in Civil War (film) and here. Gone is my beloved wise-cracking, put-upon, always-with-a-sharp-retort sweetheart whom I loved and adored in the past. (Ew, but not in the movies, I despised both McGuire's and Garfield's interpretations of this character. Well, Garfield was loads better than McGuire, but still.) I just can't fit my head around this not-very-funny, rather insecure (even by Spidey standards) iteration of Parker's character. The "jokes" he attempts in this short comic are not funny even in the least bit. *rolls eyes* ANYWAY, the story, oh yeah the story. SO, everyone Spidey knows is dead is coming back and roaming the streets, including, but not limited to, Rhino, Mrs. Fisk, Oksana Sytsevich, and (view spoiler)[Gwen Stacy (hide spoiler)] in what seems to be some sort of Egyptian reincarnation gig. Ah, Spiderman is so close to my heart, and I wish I could see him return to his former glory (and by this I mean the 1990s). I'm not holding my breath, okay?

  2. 4 out of 5

    Samantha

    This was a well made comic that very much captured the world today (superheroes fighting terrorists? Bring it on!!!). hope to find a volume with the continuation of Spider-Man.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Liam

    Pretty decent collection of stories but not amazing! Much preferred the Spider-Man story to the Cap one!

  4. 5 out of 5

    Terence

    Commander Sharon Carter is asked to explain why a terrorist bombing occurred. Her team includes Steve Rogers who has recently regained his youth. The Captain America story was interesting as it displays what's been happening with Hydra. It has reconstituted itself like never before making it's danger more challenging to uncover and uproot. Fortunately Steve Rogers is once again fighting as Captain America and with some assistance from Sam Wilson, also currently Captain America, and his partner th Commander Sharon Carter is asked to explain why a terrorist bombing occurred. Her team includes Steve Rogers who has recently regained his youth. The Captain America story was interesting as it displays what's been happening with Hydra. It has reconstituted itself like never before making it's danger more challenging to uncover and uproot. Fortunately Steve Rogers is once again fighting as Captain America and with some assistance from Sam Wilson, also currently Captain America, and his partner the new Falcon the team seems to have what it needs to battle Hydra. The second story features Spider-Man dealing with people who should be dead. This story is a precursor to the Dead No More Spider-Man event. It features some minimal Spider-Man action and a lot of questions.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Richard Dominguez

    Two good stories are included in the issue of Captain America #1 (FCBD). The first has Captain America stopping a terrorist attack only to find out it was a ruse to cover up the real target. This has the effect of Captain America walking into a Congressional Committee meeting and declaring all out war against Hydra. A well written story with plenty of action and the welcome addition of a couple of Cap's friends. The coloring is bright and vibrant fitting the action sequences well. The second story Two good stories are included in the issue of Captain America #1 (FCBD). The first has Captain America stopping a terrorist attack only to find out it was a ruse to cover up the real target. This has the effect of Captain America walking into a Congressional Committee meeting and declaring all out war against Hydra. A well written story with plenty of action and the welcome addition of a couple of Cap's friends. The coloring is bright and vibrant fitting the action sequences well. The second story finds Spider-Man having to save Wilson Fisk (crime lord) from an attack, only to find that suddenly people he thought dead and alive. Another good story with an interesting plot. As in the previous story the coloring is also bright and vibrant, making for some good scenes of Spider-Man swing from place to place. A good 12 page comic that held my attention.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Eric

    This Free Comic Book Day offering had two separate stories in it -- a mostly forgettable Captain America story, and a much more intriguing Spider-Man story that sets up the upcoming Amazing Spider-Man storyline "Dead No More." The Cap story was okay, but the Spider-Man story is really the highlight of this two-fer. This Free Comic Book Day offering had two separate stories in it -- a mostly forgettable Captain America story, and a much more intriguing Spider-Man story that sets up the upcoming Amazing Spider-Man storyline "Dead No More." The Cap story was okay, but the Spider-Man story is really the highlight of this two-fer.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Ankit Saxena

    Good cover-ups Spidey has always been my favourite and Captain America also as depicted did well since initial stage. Both are good to read about and watch digitally.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Jaimie

    This was a nice little story to catch up with the Cap's current happenings. This was a nice little story to catch up with the Cap's current happenings.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Kimberly [Come Hither Books]

    FREE COMIC BOOK DAY REVIEW - bright and colorful art - good for MCU fans who haven't necessarily read all the comics - intro issues for two comics runs: Captain America and Spiderman Yay! Finally I feel like I'm getting enough different characters from the MCU/Netflix verse to follow the comics without just feeling lost. These issues contain appearances from Sharon Carter, Red Skull, Falcon, Wilson Fisk. Still not sure about the other winged guy or Rhino, but thanks, Marvel, you're getting me there. FREE COMIC BOOK DAY REVIEW - bright and colorful art - good for MCU fans who haven't necessarily read all the comics - intro issues for two comics runs: Captain America and Spiderman Yay! Finally I feel like I'm getting enough different characters from the MCU/Netflix verse to follow the comics without just feeling lost. These issues contain appearances from Sharon Carter, Red Skull, Falcon, Wilson Fisk. Still not sure about the other winged guy or Rhino, but thanks, Marvel, you're getting me there. Enjoyed, and could mostly follow, but these probably won't be the points where I dive deeper into the comics.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Kate

    Captain America: Steve Rogers once again has Cap going up against authority and eventually Red Skull, with the help of Sharon Carter. From the cover of issue #1 of the new series, it looks like Falcon and Winter Soldier will be joining him, so I might just have to watch out for this series! The Spider-Man comic had him going up against a villain called Rhino, but since I don't read Spider-Man I didn't really know any of the characters. I enjoyed the art in both, even though these half-issue FCBD c Captain America: Steve Rogers once again has Cap going up against authority and eventually Red Skull, with the help of Sharon Carter. From the cover of issue #1 of the new series, it looks like Falcon and Winter Soldier will be joining him, so I might just have to watch out for this series! The Spider-Man comic had him going up against a villain called Rhino, but since I don't read Spider-Man I didn't really know any of the characters. I enjoyed the art in both, even though these half-issue FCBD comics are almost too short to really get a feel for the stories.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Greta is Erikasbuddy

    I liked the Spiderman comic in this much better than the Captain America. I guess I have no idea what is recently going on in this universe. I thought Steve was an old dude. But now he's a young dude. And was it Falcon who turned into the new Captain America? Cuz he's still around but now there's a Falcon with him and I'm totes confused. I'm sure I'll figure it out. To the interwebs!!! I liked the Spiderman comic in this much better than the Captain America. I guess I have no idea what is recently going on in this universe. I thought Steve was an old dude. But now he's a young dude. And was it Falcon who turned into the new Captain America? Cuz he's still around but now there's a Falcon with him and I'm totes confused. I'm sure I'll figure it out. To the interwebs!!!

  12. 5 out of 5

    Shawna Browning

    The story was good but the artwork was AMAZING! You could really feel the action on each panel. There is one panel where cap kicks a guy through a window and out of the panel that is just straight eye trickery.

  13. 5 out of 5

    nick

    free. wow just wow, I’m blown away by the cover art & what’s inside, wish it didn’t show up in black an white on my device. plus some wording was “old school funny” amongst a few other things! an since reading the captain america 75th anniversary magazine, I can appreciate some details in this particular comic that I may not of noticed or had questions about. an usually I’m not dying to buy the next issue (when I do read a comic) weather it was grate or ok, but this one I actually want to find o free. wow just wow, I’m blown away by the cover art & what’s inside, wish it didn’t show up in black an white on my device. plus some wording was “old school funny” amongst a few other things! an since reading the captain america 75th anniversary magazine, I can appreciate some details in this particular comic that I may not of noticed or had questions about. an usually I’m not dying to buy the next issue (when I do read a comic) weather it was grate or ok, but this one I actually want to find out what happens! theres only just a slight hay cup on figuring out whose speaking sometimes, what your looking at (possibly since I see it on black&white), an choppy. I guess there was a Spider-Man story afterward, but I didn’t read that.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Dian Burns

    Good storyline Love it when you can see the evolution of Falcon to Captain America. The new Falcon is not someone I'm familiar with so I had hoped for more but will continue to read forward. Good storyline Love it when you can see the evolution of Falcon to Captain America. The new Falcon is not someone I'm familiar with so I had hoped for more but will continue to read forward.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Christopher Noel

    Liked it Returning to comics after a while and it was cool. Nice to see captain and Spidey being his own self.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Piyush Jain

    As always, I enjoy reading such books...

  17. 4 out of 5

    Keith Phelps

    Two great reads. Beautiful art and 2 interesting stories. Cap helps the Kingpin out of a bad situation. Spiderman sees dead people. Wow.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Ellie Hope

    50/100

  19. 5 out of 5

    Mariana | Bookstagram: crissandrabooks

    Creo que me dieron dos por uno y lamentablemente no podré ponerlos efe

  20. 5 out of 5

    CheyAnn

    I love comics, but my only complaint is there to freaking short!! 😒

  21. 4 out of 5

    Sara Weather

    Natzi Cap was boring for most part. Only thing fun about this was Spiderman and the other Captain America and falcon character.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Lauren

    Love Captain America and this was fascinating.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Amauri Vernon

  24. 5 out of 5

    Gattu.Maheesh Kumar

  25. 4 out of 5

    Sherry Dusenbery

  26. 5 out of 5

    Guillermo

  27. 5 out of 5

    Steve Rogers

  28. 5 out of 5

    Shannon

  29. 5 out of 5

    leo niu

  30. 5 out of 5

    JOSE FERNANDO Tune Cayo

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