Captain America: Prisoner of War – Ed Brubacker


After Bucky Barnes is thrown into a Russian gulag for his crimes, Captain America decides that rescuing him isn’t worth the international incident it would cause. After that main narrative there’s lot of nice little one-shot stories, involving Captain America uncovering an evil laboratory under a small town and fighting a rabid Nazi during the Second World War. I got the feeling that this book wasn’t Captain America’s finest moment, I’ll have to read some more to make sure.



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