Captain America: The Trial of Captain America

Captain America: The Trial of Captain America

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by Ed Brubaker, Butch Guice, Mitch Breitweiser, Daniel Acuna
     
 

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The Trial of Captain America begins here! Nothing will ever be the same again, and this time we mean it. Award-winning writer Ed Brubaker and acclaimed artist Butch Guice continue to take Captain America to new heights!

Overview

The Trial of Captain America begins here! Nothing will ever be the same again, and this time we mean it. Award-winning writer Ed Brubaker and acclaimed artist Butch Guice continue to take Captain America to new heights!

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780785151203
Publisher:
Marvel
Publication date:
11/09/2011
Pages:
144
Sales rank:
430,110
Product dimensions:
10.12(w) x 6.64(h) x 0.30(d)
Age Range:
13 - 18 Years

Meet the Author

Ed Brubaker is one of Marvel's biggest writers, credited with revilitlizing the Captain America and Iron Fist titles, as well as having critically praised runs on Daredevil and Uncanny X-Men. Before Marvel, Ed worked for DC Comics and gained fame as the writer of Detective Comics, Catwoman and Gotham Central.

He is also a noted crime author, writing both Criminal and Incognito for Marvel's Icon imprint. Incognito was just optioned as a film for 20th Century Fox.

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Captain America: The Trial of Captain America 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Sean_From_OHIO More than 1 year ago
Bucky has to stand trial for his actions as the Winter Soldier and given our political climate and the media circus this would be, the idea is fantastic. The overall trial is very rushed and could have been extended by a couple more issues it was done very well by Ed Brubaker. The ending made perfect sense to me and I look forward to the next trade. The artwork, mostly by Butch Guice is pitch perfect for the title. The “point one” issue that ended the trade was unnecessary and makes Steve Rogers look stupid, which should be hard to do. Overall, this was a really good book!