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The Captain America Library Site Updates Archive

Last two years of site updates for The Captain America Library (created on May 1, 2009).

Note: Details on the LATEST site update is found on the Home page.

What Now?

December 4, 2017

We've just added CAPTAIN AMERICA (1988 series) #15! The Red Skull, Cosmic Cube, America a fascist dictatorship, bad stuff foreseen on the Capitol steps, and Captain America responsible for it all? Why does all this seem familiar? Oh right, it's SECRET EMPIRE, about 2 decades early! See how this plot was handled in a previous century!



Evil From the Other Side!

November 27, 2017

We've just added CAPTAIN AMERICA (1998) #14! The ghastly visage of the Red Skull on the cover gives way to a story dominated by the madman, possibly the most dangerous villain in all of Marvel! In this controversial tale, we see into the Red Skull's warped mind as he considers his place in the world and his hatred of Captain America and it is a chilling sight! Not for the squeamish!



Better Late Than Never!

November 20, 2017

FREE COMIC BOOK DAY 2016 saw this Captain America tie-in leading into the notorious STEVE CAP #1 and its ominous conclusion: “Hail Hydra”! And there's a Spider-Man back-up story but he doesn't have his own Heroes Library yet! Check it out! And if you want to add a Spidey Library to this site, contact us!



Another Obscure Issue!

November 13, 2017

1998 saw the release of the one and only IRON MAN/CAPTAIN AMERICA ANNUAL! Herein they battle MODOK and A.I.M. and, in a precursor to the Civil War, they clash over the ideals of freedom versus order! Check it out!



All New But Not Different!

November 6, 2017

CAPTAIN AMERICA #695! Restoring the original numbering system is only the first step in the relaunch of Cap's comic! It's new, with Mark Waid returning to the title and Chris Samnee making his debut as artist! But it's not different! It's the beloved original Captain America, reiterating his commitment to the nation and its ideals, as he reminds us “the strong protect the weak!” And I'm glad to have him back—not a closet Nazi, not a woebegone new Cap facing a lot of hate and resistance, but the hero who knows what he stands for! Captain America!



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