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Captain America Evolutions of a Living Legend TPB (2019 Marvel) comic books 2017-2019

  • Issue #1-1ST
    Captain America Evolutions of a Living Legend TPB (2019 Marvel) 1-1ST Captain America Evolutions of a Living Legend TPB (2019 Marvel) 1-1ST

    1st printing. Collects Captain America (1968-1996 1st Series) #180, 337, 438 and 451; Captain America (1996 2nd Series) #3; Secret Avengers (2010 1st Series) #1; Captain America (2013 7th Series) #1; Captain America: Steve Rogers (2016) #1; Captain America (2017 8th Series) #695; and material from Captain America Comics (1941-1954 Golden Age) #1-2.

    Written by Steve Englehart, Mark Gruenwald, Mark Waid, Rob Liefeld, Jeph Loeb, Ed Brubaker, Rick Remender, Nick Spencer, Joe Simon and Jack Kirby.
    Art by Sal Buscema, Vince Colletta, Tom Morgan, Dave Hunt, Dave Hoover, Danny Bulanadi, Scott Koblish, Ron Garney, Rob Liefeld, Jon Sibal, Larry Strucker, Mike Deodato, John Romita, Jr., Jesus Saiz, Chris Samnee, Al Liederman, Reed Crandall, and Jack Kirby.
    Cover by Alex Ross.

    The many costumes of Captain America!

    The star-spangled costume of Captain America has been a timeless symbol of hope and freedom since his days fighting Nazism overseas and McCarthyism at home. This historical retrospective of Steve Rogers' various uniforms and super hero mantles is a showcase of America's ever-evolving sociopolitical landscape. From his early days fighting in overt patriotic garb as Captain America during World War II through his adoption of the predominately black uniform and title of the Captain at a time when he became a symbol of resisting absolute government control, Rogers has always worn his allegiance openly. Time and again, Steve has returned to Captain America's red-white-and-blue iconography, proving that the symbolic clothing of the Sentinel of Liberty stands for a higher ideal than any one person or government can achieve.

    Softcover, 248 pages, full color.

    Cover price $29.99.