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Captain America: Prisoner of War
     

Captain America: Prisoner of War

by Ed Brubaker (Text by), Mike Benson (Text by), Howard Chaykin (Text by), Cullen Bunn (Text by), Travis Charest (Illustrator)
 

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Bucky Barnes is the prisoner of a private war. Fighting for good against consummate evil during WWII, he learned the deadly skills of warfare--only to have these tools exploited by the Soviets' Cold War machine. Memories of his time as a brainwashed assassin haunt him still, never more so than when he dons the star-spangled uniform once worn by Steve Rogers. And just

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Bucky Barnes is the prisoner of a private war. Fighting for good against consummate evil during WWII, he learned the deadly skills of warfare--only to have these tools exploited by the Soviets' Cold War machine. Memories of his time as a brainwashed assassin haunt him still, never more so than when he dons the star-spangled uniform once worn by Steve Rogers. And just when he thougt he could break free of the chains of his history, he is thrust into a new nightmare: a Russian prison camp housing a handful of his most vicious and revenge-minded Cold War peers. For Bucky, each ponderous minute that ticks by in the gulag brings another new threat to his life. But for his friends--Steve Rogers, Sharon Carter and Black Widow--it is a race against time to undo the wicked conspiracy that has used Bucky's past as the Winter Soldier to trap him in a life of cruelty worse than any he's ever experienced.

COLLECTING: CAPTAIN AMERICA 617-619; and material from 616

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780785151227
Publisher:
Marvel
Publication date:
03/07/2012
Pages:
200
Product dimensions:
6.60(w) x 10.00(h) x 0.50(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.

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