"Captain America" #50 Sells Out, Second Printing in Stores June 10th

Thu, May 28th, 2009 at 3:56pm PDT

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Official Press Release

Marvel is proud to announce that Captain America #50 will return with Captain America #50 Second Printing Variant to ensure that retailers have copies of this red hot issue in stock through the 4th of July! This landmark extra-sized issue, from Eisner-winning scribe Ed Brubaker and an all star art team including Luke Ross, Marcos Martin ad Fred Hembeck, features Bucky Barnes celebrating his birthday—and reliving deadly birthdays of the past! Plus, don’t miss a jaw dropping 14 page history of Captain America by Marcos Martin and all-new 2 page story by Fred Hembeck! Captain America #50 Second Printing Variant features the interior art of Martin on a new cover!

Captain America #50 Second Printing Variant is the perfect jumping on point for new readers, as Ed Brubaker’s groundbreaking Captain America begins its next exciting chapter! If you’ve wondered just why this everyone can’t stop raving about this series, now’s your chance to find out!

Retailers, to ensure your copies arrive in stores June 10th, please place your orders by June 1st and check the Marvel Mailer for more details.

CAPTAIN AMERICA #50 SECOND PRINTING VARIANT (APR098200)

Written by ED BRUBAKER
Pencils by LUKE ROSS, MARCOS MARTIN & FRED HEMBECK
Cover by MARCOS MARTIN
Rated T+ …$3.99
FOC—6/1/09, On-Sale—6/10/09

CAPTAIN AMERICA #600 (APR090492)
Written by ED BRUBAKER with MARK WAID, ROGER STERN & STAN LEE
Pencils by BUTCH GUICE, LUKE ROSS, DALE EAGLESHAM, AL AVISION, HOWARD CHAYKIN, DAVID AJA, RAFAEL ALBUQUERQUE & KALMAN ANDRASOFSZKY
Cover by STEVE EPTING
50/50 Cover by ALEX ROSS
Rated T+ …$4.99
FOC—5/28/09, On-Sale—6/17/09

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