PREVIEW" "Captain America" #37 kicks off Act Three of "Death Of Captain America"

Wed, March 26th, 2008 at 12:00am PDT

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CBR News Team, Editor

Official Press Release

Act Three of the epic "Death Of Captain America" storyline begins right here, as Eisner-winning writer Ed Brubaker takes things from bad to worse for the new Captain America! Acclaimed artists Steve Epting and Jackson Guice join Brubaker for Captain America #37, as the Red Skull targets the very soul of America with his latest gambit! As James "Bucky" Barnes must adjust to the new mantle once worn by his mentor, he must also search for the kidnapped Sharon Carter-whose jaw dropping discovery last issue may change the entire direction of Captain America!

Named Marvel's top series by IGN.Com, who gushed "Captain America has consistently defied modern superhero series conventions… We honestly feel sorry for you if you're missing out on this series," this series continues to draw more acclaim with each issue.

Troy Brownfield of Newsarama.com said, "I'd like to see Brubaker complete his vision. And from where I sit, that vision continues to be smart, action-packed, well-considered, well-drawn, and just plain good comics."

With the last three issues selling out quickly at Diamond (though copies may be available at the retail level), Marvel urges retailers to check their orders on all issues of Captain America. What does Red Skull have planned? Did Sharon Carter really see what she thought she saw? And can Bucky last as the new Captain America? Find out in Captain America #37!

CAPTAIN AMERICA #37 (FEB082219)

Written by ED BRUBAKER

Pencils by STEVE EPTING & JACKSON GUICE

Cover by JACKSON GUICE

FOC-3/27/08, On-Sale-4/16/08

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