What happens when you mix Steve Rogers, Harvey Pekar and James Kochalka together? Apparently, the answer is Steve Rogers' American Captain, a fictional diary comic by America's favorite super-soldier that helps him try to make sense of the world in which he's woken up, sixty-plus years after ending up frozen after fighting Nazis.
American Captain - its name pointing to the debts the strip owes both Harvey Pekar's autobio comic American Splendor and James Kochalka's just-finis
If you thought all Captain America had been up to between getting thawed out of a block of ice and teaming up with Iron Man, Thor, Hulk, Black Widow and Hawkeye in The Avengersmovie was destroying punching
Superhero comics have with increasing frequency been turning out stories that match epic scope with epic length, with massive world-saving adventures featuring casts of hundreds covering several issue-long arcs crossing over into multiple other books with spin-offs and tie-ins. And
In last month's "Captain America # 600" Marvel finally revealed the scenario that could reunite Steve Rogers with the land of the living. Now, on the eve of the original super soldier's return in "Captain America Reborn #1," Marvel.com has released an eight-page extra expanding on the mysterious circum
In March 2007, the original Captain America, Steve Rogers, was assassinated on the steps of a New York courthouse after a fierce battle over civil liberties of heroes. His one-time sidekick, Bucky, stepped up to take on the mantle of Captain America, and the world moved on
Steve Rogers, the original Captain America, was gunned down and tossed into the cold, black ocean more than a year ago, leaving his angsty former sidekick Bucky to pick up the slack. Now, as speculation runs wild that the much-hyped
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