CAPTAIN AMERICA LIVES! OMNIBUS [NEW PRINTING 2]

Illustrated by Luke Ross, Marvel Various
Cover Design or Artwork by Alex Ross
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Hardcover
$75.00 US
7.58"W x 11.15"H x 1.18"D   | 57 oz | 8 per carton
On sale Sep 12, 2023 | 560 Pages | 9781302954468
| Rated T+
FOC Apr 3, 2023 | Catalog March 2023
Even as Sharon Carter's dreams force her to relive the death of Steve Rogers, she - and Steve's other closest friends and allies - may have found a way to bring back the original Captain America! But is what they have discovered something far more sinister? The Red Skull's greatest plan to destroy Captain America has been in motion for months, and its completion is almost at hand. Will Captain America be lost forever - or will he be reborn? Plus: A villain from Bucky's past - both during World War II and his time as the Winter Soldier - has come to the United States! As Cold War crimes return to haunt him, can Bucky and Namor team up to save the memory of an old comrade-in-arms? Collecting CAPTAIN AMERICA (2004) #43-50 and #600-601, CAPTAIN AMERICA: REBORN #1-6 and CAPTAIN AMERICA: REBORN DIGITAL PROLOGUE.
Ed Brubaker is one of the most acclaimed writers in comics, a multiple Eisner Award winner. Following fan-favorite runs on Scene of the Crime, Sleeper, Catwoman and Gotham Central for DC, he moved to Marvel. His Captain America relaunch, in which he controversially revived Bucky Barnes as the Winter Soldier, won over fans new and old, and his revisionist take on the history of Marvel’s mutants in X-Men: Deadly Genesis resulted in a regular gig on Uncanny X-Men, Marvel’s flagship X-title. He and longtime artistic collaborator Michael Lark took up the baton on Daredevil after Brian Michael Bendis and Alex Maleev’s legendary run concluded, and Brubaker jump-started Immortal Iron Fist with co-writer Matt Fraction and artist David Aja. Marvel’s Icon imprint published Brubaker’s creator-owned Criminal and Incognito, and he has gone on to further success at Image Comics with such titles as Fatale, Velvet and The Fade Out. Beyond comics, Brubaker has written for TV’s Westworld and co-created the crime drama Too Old to Die Young.

Brazilian artist Luke Ross has been drawing comics since the early ’90s, proving himself an able stylist of super hero action on titles such as X-Man, Sensational Spider-Man, Green Lantern and JSA. Ross stepped in for Mike Perkins as foil to Steve Epting on writer Ed Brubaker’s Captain America and joined a rotation of Marvel’s top artists on the thrice-monthly Amazing Spider-Man. His other Marvel credits include Secret Avengers, Dark Tower: The Gunslinger — The Little Sisters of Eluria, Star Wars: Darth Maul and Star Wars: Thrawn.

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Even as Sharon Carter's dreams force her to relive the death of Steve Rogers, she - and Steve's other closest friends and allies - may have found a way to bring back the original Captain America! But is what they have discovered something far more sinister? The Red Skull's greatest plan to destroy Captain America has been in motion for months, and its completion is almost at hand. Will Captain America be lost forever - or will he be reborn? Plus: A villain from Bucky's past - both during World War II and his time as the Winter Soldier - has come to the United States! As Cold War crimes return to haunt him, can Bucky and Namor team up to save the memory of an old comrade-in-arms? Collecting CAPTAIN AMERICA (2004) #43-50 and #600-601, CAPTAIN AMERICA: REBORN #1-6 and CAPTAIN AMERICA: REBORN DIGITAL PROLOGUE.

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Ed Brubaker is one of the most acclaimed writers in comics, a multiple Eisner Award winner. Following fan-favorite runs on Scene of the Crime, Sleeper, Catwoman and Gotham Central for DC, he moved to Marvel. His Captain America relaunch, in which he controversially revived Bucky Barnes as the Winter Soldier, won over fans new and old, and his revisionist take on the history of Marvel’s mutants in X-Men: Deadly Genesis resulted in a regular gig on Uncanny X-Men, Marvel’s flagship X-title. He and longtime artistic collaborator Michael Lark took up the baton on Daredevil after Brian Michael Bendis and Alex Maleev’s legendary run concluded, and Brubaker jump-started Immortal Iron Fist with co-writer Matt Fraction and artist David Aja. Marvel’s Icon imprint published Brubaker’s creator-owned Criminal and Incognito, and he has gone on to further success at Image Comics with such titles as Fatale, Velvet and The Fade Out. Beyond comics, Brubaker has written for TV’s Westworld and co-created the crime drama Too Old to Die Young.

Brazilian artist Luke Ross has been drawing comics since the early ’90s, proving himself an able stylist of super hero action on titles such as X-Man, Sensational Spider-Man, Green Lantern and JSA. Ross stepped in for Mike Perkins as foil to Steve Epting on writer Ed Brubaker’s Captain America and joined a rotation of Marvel’s top artists on the thrice-monthly Amazing Spider-Man. His other Marvel credits include Secret Avengers, Dark Tower: The Gunslinger — The Little Sisters of Eluria, Star Wars: Darth Maul and Star Wars: Thrawn.