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Welcome to The Captain America Library site! This vast web resource is an unofficial but fun, complete, useful, and fan-made Captain America website that includes among other things:
  • A comprehensive comics library (with old, new and upcoming comics).
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  • Videos including movie trailers, deleted scenes, and gags.
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Captain America Site Updates and News

Latest Site Update

Bad Days for Cap!

August 18, 2014

CAPTAIN AMERICA (current series) #23: Steve Rogers has been depowered so it’s all he can manage to stay behind while the Avengers—and the mystery warrior—take on the hordes of Arnim Zola!

In ORIGINAL SIN #7 it’s the Avengers, including Cap, against Nick Fury—and Fury is winning!

Rob Johnson does what he’s best at: unraveling complicated Avengers plots! This week he gives us three such goodies: AVENGERS (2012) #33 (the current issue) sees the mighty heroes being tossed around by the Time Gem, while in UNCANNY AVENGERS #22 Cap is hurled 50,000 years into the future in a story featuring Kang, Immortus, the Apocalypse Twins, and the Celestials! Third is AVENGERS WORLD #10 wherein our heroes are facing a triad of tricky challenges and probably thanking Jack Kirby (god of the Marvel Universe) that none involve time-shifting!

Rob also takes us back in time to the Civil War—Marvel’s not the American or English ones—filling in some tie-in issues there: this week it’s THUNDERBOLTS #104-105 as Tony Stark is recruiting villains to enforce the Superhuman Registration Act—bet that won’t come back to bite him in the end! Thanks, Rob!



The Watcher sees no more: Check out issue #1 from Original Sin, the newest mega-event from Marvel.Cap makes a SKRAASH in Secret Avengers #8 (from 2010) by Mike Deodato, Jr!Down memory lane: Gene Colan on Captain America #256 (from 1981).We want you to buy less comic magazines! So says Marvel. Wait, what?Read our full synopsis and review of Captain America: The Winter Soldier

Latest Captain America Comic Book Issue

Captain America (2012) #23 cover

Note: This is the latest published issue from this comic book with a synopsis in our comics library.

Book name / Issue number:

Captain America (2012) #23


"(No title given)"

Date of Publication:
August 2014

Rick Remender (Writer), Nic Klein (Penciler), Mariano Taibo (Inker), Dean White (Colorist), Nic Klein (Cover Penciler), Nic Klein (Cover Inker), Nic Klein (Cover Colorist)

4 stars

The mysterious armored warrior from Arnim Zola’s ship crashes through the doors of Avengers Mansion. He is confronted first by Iron Man, then Thor, and lastly the Hulk. He is able to avoid their attacks through his superhuman agility and penetrate deeper into the mansion. The warrior finds the aged Steve Rogers and unmasks to reveal…his adopted son Ian, thought dead in Zolandia (issue #8). Ian explains that the fiery stream he fell into was the same stuff he was made of and so regenerated. He is here now to aid the heroes in stopping Zola’s invasion. Falcon, flying high over the city with Jet Black, contacts Steve and they arrange that the Avengers will attack Zola head on as a distraction for Falcon and Jet to enter the tower secretly, though Jet suspects something more to her father’s scheme. Thor, Iron Man, and Hulk battle the mutates alongside Ian; they go down easily enough but then they see a bigger hurdle: a quartet of superpowered mutate versions of Cap, Thor, Iron Man, and Hulk, calling themselves the Unvengers….

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Latest Captain America Related News

Captain America The Winter Soldier Special Effects Revealed
May 28, 2014

Huge Avengers Infographic
May 12, 2014

New Captain America Movie, New Site
April 10, 2014

"Captain America 3" Hires Directors, Outline Being Written
January 29, 2014

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Quote of the Week

"Patriotism taken too far is fanaticism."

~ Captain America
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Classic Comic of the Week

Classic Captain America comic of the week:

Captain America Comics #1 cover

Captain America Comics #1
(March 1941)

"Case No.1: Meet Captain America "

4 stars

> Synopsis, images and more here...

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