Reborn Revealed

Writer Ed Brubaker, artist Bryan Hitch and editor Tom Brevoort discuss the secrets behind the return of Steve Rogers

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Stop! Before you read this article, visit Marvel.com's official Reborn site! By Ben Morse Over two years ago, Steve Rogers died; this summer, he will be REBORN. Beginning on July 1, writer Ed Brubaker and artist Bryan Hitch present CAPTAIN AMERICA REBORN, a history-making limited series spinning out of CAPTAIN AMERICA #600, on sale now, and centered on the return of Steve Rogers, the original Captain America, to the Marvel Universe. For Brubaker, it represents a pivotal turning point in a saga he has been building for over five years. "REBORN is the next chapter in the larger story that I've been building in [CAPTAIN AMERICA] since issue #1," explains the writer, who launched this current volume in 2004. "This is a chance to really explore how things have changed in the years since Steve's death and really delve deep into who Steve Rogers is and why he became Captain America. It's a really a [story] with two or three different plotlines that all intertwine, which is a lot of fun and allows us to have [both] in-your-face action and quiet character moments." "We've been planning the story of Cap's return virtually from the moment that he died," reiterates editor Tom Brevoort. "[As] the story developed and we embraced the

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concept of Bucky as the new Cap, events elongated naturally, [but] you'll be able to look back into [CAPTAIN AMERICA #25] and the issues that followed and see the assorted seeds we planted once we reveal what's been going on in REBORN." Speaking of Bucky Barnes, what does CAPTAIN AMERICA REBORN hold in store for Rogers' one-time sidekick, who shook off years of hardships as the mind-controlled assassin the Winter Soldier in order to become the new Captain America? And does the Marvel U have room for two Sentinels of Liberty? "[Bucky] has spent a year of his life trying to live up to Steve Rogers' legacy as Captain America, and while he definitely does things his own way, he's been changed by this experience," notes Brubaker. "He's been on a path of redemption for all the things he did as the Winter Soldier, and now he's got a huge task ahead of him: to try to save Steve." "While Bucky's been finding his way as Captain America, it was never a mantle he wanted to assume," adds Brevoort. "But whether he realizes it or not, being Captain America has been good for [him]. It's brought him into new circles of friends and allowed him to put some demons from his past to rest. If he's no longer going to be carrying Steve's torch, then a very real problem for Bucky becomes facing the question of where he fits in this modern world.

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"[But that all] assumes Steve will come back hale and hearty and fit for duty, both physically and emotionally, and that may not be the case. All during these months, while the world thought him dead, Steve's been on a metaphysical journey of his own, and the experiences he's lived through during that time are going to have a profound effect on his state of mind." But before those questions can be answered, Steve Rogers must be found and rescued—if that's even possible. Fortunately for Bucky, he won't be alone in his efforts. "REBORN is a story that spans the Marvel Universe," promises Brevoort. "We'll see the usual cast of CAPTAIN AMERICA regulars, [including] the Black Widow, Sharon Carter [and] the Falcon, as well as the Vision, Hank Pym, Reed Richards and the Avengers. On the other side of the coin, we'll be dealing with not only the Red Skull, but Norman Osborn, Doctor Doom and a few other surprises as well." "The Skull has been off the table and hidden away since all his plans went up in smoke in [CAPTAIN AMERICA #42]," says Brubaker of the man who masterminded Steve Rogers' demise. "He's been trapped in a robotic body and really going a bit crazy, even more than usual, so he's not in control of anything. In REBORN we'll see him trying to scramble to get a new plan into place and deal with people like Doom and Osborn—it's a whole new playing field for the old bastard this time."

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During his tenure on CAPTAIN AMERICA, Brubaker has been fortunate to collaborate with some of the industry's best artists, including Steve Epting, Mike Perkins, Butch Guice, Luke Ross and others. For REBORN, Bryan Hitch, the acclaimed draftsmen behind classic works like THE ULTIMATES steps up to the plate, with Guice joining him on inks. "When the [death of Captain America] first happened, I e-mailed [Marvel Editor-in-Chief Joe Quesada] and told him that if the regular guys weren't going to do it, I'd love to do the return story," Hitch recalls. "Joey told me to shut up and draw [FANTASTIC FOUR], so I did, and then out of nowhere came REBORN. "I did spend many years drawing Cap in ULTIMATES and the mega-talented Butch Guice has my back, forever erasing ears and drawing wings," the artist continues. "Ed is great. His scripts give me all the information I could need a give me tons of room to play." "Bryan brings an incredibly expansive approach to storytelling and a keen eye for detail," says Brubaker, reflecting the compliments back his collaborator's way. "You write an action scene for Hitch and you get back an opera of violence and choreography. And seeing him inked by Butch Guice is like a dream team. These guys look so great together." CAPTAIN AMERICA REBORN launches with lofty expectations, as the death of Steve Rogers garnered

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both critical acclaim and unprecedented media coverage, but those involved with the series feel up to the challenge and have confidence in the story they're telling. "We got very fortunate in that the death of Cap garnered so much mainstream media attention and affected so many people," reflects Brevoort. "I think [that was] both because of what Captain America symbolizes even to people who haven't been following his adventures month after month, and that it happened just as there was a shift in the overall tenor of the nation. Cap's death came to be seen as indicative of some larger truths about the state of [America]. The death of Cap seemed to symbolize the death of hope. "In terms of bringing Steve back, that too seems to reflect today's feeling of positivity [and] a world in which we want to believe in heroes again, that good men can triumph and that we can be our own better selves." Don't forget to check out Marvel.com's official Reborn site for all the latest news! Not a subscriber to Marvel Digital Comics Unlimited yet? Join now! Check out the official Marvel Shop for everything Captain America! Download episodes of "X-Men: Evolution" and "Wolverine and the X-Men" now on iTunes!

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Dishar19
Dishar19

It's such a shame for real this will make me stop buying comics (again). I've been reading some of the stuff of what people thinks about all this Reborn thing, and a lot of them didn't like it just as i do. I used to read Batman back in the 90' just when they cracked his spinal tab, but then they just ****ed up bringing him bact to the action so i just touhgt it was all a bad joke for all the readers. Now years later i got facinated by the Marvel's Civil War. I never like that Steve Rogers died in the first place, an i'm a Mexican (figure it out). But now that i saw that **** of Reborn i feel like that time in the 90'.I thought you where doing some really good stuff finally but i see you don't.Maybe in other 10 years somebody does.So this is a wave goodbye for doing the same old crap.

gutzman
gutzman

So, Steve got psyked into believing he was the fake 50's Steve and the fake 50's Steve got popped with real Steve DNA? Then 'assasinated'.Saw it coming a mile away.Doesn't get Bru off the hook tho', for tons of evil karma...

FueLz
FueLz

no...its just stupid, the man was shot and he is a man...with no healing factor. whatever reason it is will make no sense. but people want rogers back so have fun with him. bucky is a better cap.

Burgos
Burgos

Anyone noticed Marvel now have two of nearly all their most popularcharacters now? Red Hulk/Green Hulk,Wolverine/Wolverine Jr,Thor/CloneThor,Spiderman/Venom Spiderman,Doctor Strange/ Doctor Voodoo,She Hulk/Future She Hulk,Iron Man/War Machine,Ms Marvel/Moonstone,Black Panther/She Panther, Captain America/Bucky Captain America and countless Spiderwomen!!Is there an epic story around the corner involving the valiant deaths of these clones and the originals findingredemption and eventual reunification? Could be exciting stuff....Reminds me of the "Alternative Costume" era of the mid 80s you knowthe status quo will be restored soon enough;I am on the edge of my seat for one..

pursuiter
pursuiter

I saw this coming eons agono hero is really going to die in a comic :cap:

madquest8
madquest8

[quote@Gwion I don't think they're being totally genuine. I think it's one of those stories where he returns for a while then's killed off again. I really don't think it's really him. If it is though YES![/quote] Please... LOL!Since Quesada took over, since when has Marvel done anything that the fans actually liked?Ever?I stopped buying Marvel comics with issue 25 of Captain America... and I see no reason to rush back just yet! I will skim through reborn in the shop, or check out online chat... but Marvel has a long way to go to get me back... (The Avengers "Reassembled" and back in their mansion would be a start LOL... fine chance of that happening!)

DARTHCLAW100
DARTHCLAW100

im glad to see cap agin no one an put the real c :cap: ap down

Stilltsinc
Stilltsinc

i hate the fact that they're undoing the death of captian america, i really do. i've been a faithfull marvel fan for awhile now, and this basically ruins it all for me. is it true they're bringing jean grey back again too? this basically means i don't have to buy a marvel comic for like, 25 years, because when i come back, everything will still be the exact same. i guess these guys are just too big of cowards to actually change the status quo of thier make believe universe, even if the change they make is working out buetifully. readers enjoyed having bucky take up the mantel, and the truth about it is that it was working. i mean really, who gives a crap about steve anymore? i'm so pissed off about this that i probably can't even go into a comic shop for a year without kicking stands over and causing total choas. i mean, the hulk is already running around free after world war hulk. spider man's secret identity is a secret again after civil war somehow, and collosus is back after sacrificing himself. i mean really, what does it take to progress a comic book universe? changes need to be made and they need to stick, otherwise you're looking at what the marvel universe is going to look like fifty years from now....exactly the same

Stilltsinc
Stilltsinc

they're coming out soon, check it out in a month

Aronleon
Aronleon

This feels so rush I mean Im so happy with Bucky being cap it just feels right that he`s the one with the mantle but now that Steve`s coming back and all its just weird I knew he was coming back eventually but not so soon it make his death feel not that important at all.......

FueLz
FueLz

[quote@Stilltsinc you know what, i've had enough of this main stream mavel and dc stuff. if you guys like comics where real changes happen to characters you should buy the Legionaries and Liberty from sg comics, because that's where the good stuff is. look it up on lulu.com[/quote] I can't find them anywhere

IllusionFly
IllusionFly

You know, in a way, bringing back Captain America could be a symbol for the death of America's integrity. Captain America coming back is a metaphor for companies shamelessly fooling their audiences into spending more money. WAS THAT MARVEL'S GRAND PLAN? HOW INGENIUS!I'm being sarcastic. You suck. None of you corporate fat cats even care about us. You probably haven't read any of this. None of you. And you won't. Ever. Screw this, I'm going to buy an issue of The Legionaries and Liberty. If you don't know about these comics, they really are good.

Stilltsinc
Stilltsinc

[quote@FueLz [quote@Stilltsinc when marvel went on the news and the colbert report to say that captian america was dead for reals?[/quote] Yes I do, like I said before, he is just a salesman. I can't believe some people like this and are going to buy it. If you buy this you are a tool. The tool that marvel thought of when they wanted to make a quick buck. "Lets kill Captain America and sell a shitload of comics then....lets bring him back and sell even more!!!!...all the tools will buy it up". Sorry not me, not this time. Collossus coming back was totally stupid, lets see the reason steve comes back, it will probably be absolutely ridiculous.[/quote] i'm with you man, you'd have to put a gun to my head to get me to buy this comic.

theshock621
theshock621

:cap: :cap: :cap: :cap: :cap: I must admit, I'm on the fence about this one.....While I was upset for a while about Cap being killed, having him back so soon makes me wonder if killing him made a difference in the Marvel U. Many characters went through different forms of mourning and dealt with his passing in different ways and held up his beliefs against the SHRA, which the New Avengers still uphold mightily. It also allowed Bucky to step up and inherit a HUGE responsibility, living in his shadow and fighting on without Super-Soldier serum flowing through his veins. I like "Bucky-Cap", and would like to see him continue to throw the shield for a while longer. In the end, I would love to have Steve back, maybe not as Captain America though..........still riding the fence. :cap:

NMRosario
NMRosario

Personally, I'm kind of torn on the idea of Steve Rogers returning. I would much prefer the idea of just telling WW2 era stories about Captain America. Cap doesn't have to exist in a modern environment for Marvel to tell compelling stories. Indiana Jones is a great example of an iconic character who is firmly rooted in a specific time frame.Also the way that Marvel seems to be trying to politicize this story has me very worried:[quote] Cap's death came to be seen as indicative of some larger truths about the state of [America]. The death of Cap seemed to symbolize the death of hope."In terms of bringing Steve back, that too seems to reflect today's feeling of positivity [and] a world in which we want to believe in heroes again, that good men can triumph and that we can be our own better selves."[/quote] Many of us have never lost faith in this country. Marvel has already had Barack Obama guest starring in an issue of Spider-Man, so that tells me that they're not even going to pretend to be unbiased about political story lines. And I really don't want to see a comic book with Steve Rogers endorsing the progressive, socialist agenda of the current administration. Values that completely contradict what Captain America stands for.

Stilltsinc
Stilltsinc

i just bought a captian america subscription. can i have my money back, or at least pay for the mailman to kick me in the nuts and just take my money?

Stilltsinc
Stilltsinc

i've never written to a comic book, or even entered an online blog board, but i'm gonna write on this one a million times a day until joe pulls the plug on this crap

Stilltsinc
Stilltsinc

when marvel went on the news and the colbert report to say that captian america was dead for reals?

Stilltsinc
Stilltsinc

this sucks that they're doing this. i like the fact the steve rogers was a dead icon that all the other characters looked back on wishing he was still around. the death of steve rogers could have been the milestone that would be remembered in comic books for decades, but instead it's just a joke. i wonder if obama is going to show up to shake his hand and give him his shield back. then a group of care bears can show up and hug bucky as he cries, knowing that he's going to have to go get a job at the local mcdonalds now that steve is back. then **** it, why not bring back spider man's uncle ben and just explain that he was a shape shifting skrull who lost his memeory, and him elvis and tupac can all go start a team of brand new avengers

reidokaizer
reidokaizer

I stuck it out during the time when captain America had no Cap to speak of, just the supporting cast and the slowly emerging Bucky. It was a fun ride because this was a book where the main character is missing.Now that we are slowly cuddling the idea of Bucky being the new Captain America (even bought the Marvel Select toy) we get a dues ex machina known as REBORN.Come on Quesada, give fans the respect they deserve. Were not just cattle that you can simply milk money from. Were readers and we deserve something better than this.

Nova1
Nova1

So, does anyone know when Steve is going to take the helm of the Captain America comic??? Need to know, as that is when I will be dropping the title.

IllusionFly
IllusionFly

I honestly think the future of comics will be one where characters age and die, and writers don't use bull$%#& tactics to bring everyone back from the dead... but with steve rogers dead.... how will Marvel sell trading cards and action figures?

Stilltsinc
Stilltsinc

you know what, i've had enough of this main stream mavel and dc stuff. if you guys like comics where real changes happen to characters you should buy the Legionaries and Liberty from sg comics, because that's where the good stuff is. look it up on lulu.com

Stilltsinc
Stilltsinc

Lets have Eminem and the punisher meet up and fight bad guys!!! gay

Stilltsinc
Stilltsinc

I say we fire Joe Quesadea and hire the Illusion Fly!

IllusionFly
IllusionFly

Just when I thought Marvel was making some greatly needed changes. House of M = Awesome. Civil War = Awesome. Secret Invasion = Awesome. When it came to killing Captain America, the reason it was such a big deal, an EISNER AWARD WINNING BIG DEAL, is because everyone was convinced that Steve Rogers would stay dead. THE PEOPLE IN CHARGE DON'T UNDERSTAND THAT, APPARENTLY.So how is Steve Rogers coming back? Is Mephisto using magic powers to bring his soul back to Earth? Is Dr. Strange finding some way to stop the event from happening... or some crap!So typical of Marvel and DC to reel their fans into reading these comics, making huge changes then in one foul swoop taking it all back. Congratulations, he death of Captain America is officially as hacky as Batman R.I.P.Tell you what Marvel, if you care about your fans, then why not go ahead and buy back all the issues I bought of The Death Of Captain America? Go ahead and buy back all the issues I bought of Bucky being Captain America, because come August, they won't mean anything.

dman88
dman88

If they bring Steve back from the dead, I am done with Marvel. I hope this is part of some big psych-out, because I have really been enjoying Bucky as Cap and his interactions with the New Avengers and the rest of the Marvel U. Steve was classic, but come on.... He's dead!!!! :(

DrizztDuorden
DrizztDuorden

I have mixed reactions to this... Steve Rogers IS Captain America but I'm really enjoying Bucky as Cap, the stories are way more intense, and the appearance of Steve's ghost in Thor was too good for them to just spit in my face like this... Here's hoping the Red Skull takes over Steve's dead body and poses as the true Captain America for Osborn and his Cabal.

Stilltsinc
Stilltsinc

let me guess, mephisto made a deal with walt disney to bring back captian america from space to fight the green goblin. just when i thought you guys were going to stick to your guns and stay progressive with trying to change the way comics are written, you go and bring back the guy who died in the most meaningfull and iconic way possible. i mean, his death was perfect, why not just leave him dead? i feel like i'm getting ripped off as much as i was with batman getting shot by a gay alien.

Icarus_Falls
Icarus_Falls

Oh look. Another resurrection story. Yawn. I just hope that Steve Rogers doesn't become Captain America again. I personally believe that Bucky is a more interesting Cap than Steve ever was (his lack of powers and grey areas in his morality make him an easier character to empathise with). Steve's resurrection just cheapens his death and makes me regret buying so many Captain America comics over the past two years.

wakecarvings
wakecarvings member

I Just Hope Steve Rodgers keeps Bucky's New Blacked Out Costume

Wulvaine
Wulvaine

Big mistake. Steve should stay dead. This utterly destroys all the emotional impact the story of Rogers' death carried. Have the courage to stick to your guns for once, Marvel.

asatruteacher
asatruteacher

Marvel killed Captain America as a political statement about the War on Terror- one that was both ignorant of the facts and was definitely in support of the enemies of this country. They have since become just another mouthpiece for the present Administration with that little love fest Spider-man issue. There is a price to pay for getting into the political arena. In my particular case that was getting any more of my money. I have refused to give them one red cent of my money since then. What makes them think that this is going to redeem them? Between this and their butchering the lore of my religion, I've pretty much decided to write them off as a bad investment. Keep cheering for the bad guys, Marvel. I'll spend my money elsewhere.

x1v9a2
x1v9a2

This reminds me of why I stopped collecting comics... nothing ever happens! This will mark, what, the 6th time Cap has died/been reborn? I wish something would, I don't know... happen? Years after it already happened, we now have... the past!1.) Captain America coming back from the dead... again.2.) Stryfe... again (this is his 4rth appearance since Excutioner's song/1st death?)3.) Apocalypse (came up during 198, by Cable no less!) again.4.) Madelyn Pryor... again (even after we had her again with X-man).5.) Red Skull... again.6.) Spider-man single... again.7.) Mutants the minority... again.8.) Magneto alive again (yeah, it's old, but it still gets me).9.) New Mutants... again.10.) Legion... again.It seems anytime any character or major status quo happens, Marvel simply presses the reset button! Will any character please die and stay dead? Will any character grow up and grow old (Lord knows I have, and it would be nice if I had a Marvel character that follows me along the way!)This is like some stupid soap opera... someone dies, someone cheats on someone else, some one is reborn, stuff happens... BUT NOTHING REALLY HAPPENS! WE'RE STILL IN THE 90's! What's next, Fabian Cortez and the Acolytes make a reappearance, still holed up in Asteroid M?

kreemarvel
kreemarvel

[color=seagreen] He's right about Steve representing a lot of things for people, even those of us who don't follow his book.I am not even a U.S. citizen, but still I see a lot of good ideals represented by Cap. I guess he is more a hero for all of humanity and not only of the USA.I think it really will be him who returns, but even so, there will be enough surprises for everyone.I want to see what the reaction of the Avengers and everyone will be.[/color]

nausiated
nausiated

Cop out.Typical.The Death of Captain America had major impact on the Marvel Universe and now you're reversing it? If I recall correctly, Stan and Jack's original intention was a universe that moved forward progressively. Stop bringing characters back from the dead, you only cheapen the fact that they died to begin with.

kroh01
kroh01 member

Stuff like this makes me wonder whether or not the people that run big companies like this actually like comics or not? I mean... It was refreshing to finally have an interesting story where a huge icon was taken down. There were a couple of times where we thought Steve might be back and it was a psyche tactic. Awesome. The best part was where Brubaker in an interview said that as long as he was writing the book Steve Rogers wasn't coming back. So they plan to pull him on the book for a new team, to put him on... Reborn? I dunno. Just out of curiosity... Who holds the record for number of times brought back from the dead? If they actually bring Capt. A back... i believe that would make 5 for him. Is he in the lead?I might breeze it in the bookstore and if it looks interesting I might get it. In any case, I am looking forward to what Brubaker will bring to the table on this.

nmolz58
nmolz58

thank god, america, and brubaker steves back

rhoff
rhoff

[quote@GundamAce the one and only cap in my book is steve rogers :cap:[/quote] I have to agree, the only true Captain America is Steve Rogers. If he is back for good I wil start buying the Comic again.Long Live Steve Rogers!!

runaway
runaway

now all they need to do is bring back Peter Parker's parents, Uncle Ben and Gwen Stacey, then everything will be right with the world.

davef1969
davef1969

I was mad when I heard steve died, but the stories with bucky have been great. they gave him a chance to grow as a character without steve getting in the way. im betting bucky becomes the new nomad.to make up for his last evil deed as the winter soldier, besides he's already got a good fan base and the character might have some depth this time. steve cant be killed by a villain, evil doesnt win in comic books.

RedSkullz
RedSkullz

I don't even care about all of the groaning surrounding Steve's return. Cap was always my favorite comic book character and I'm sorry, I don't want to see him stay dead five or ten years to appease fans who want yet another edgy, brooding type hero when Marvel has their fill of those types on the roster anyway.Bucky will be fine. He'll probably get his own book, just not as Captain America because that title is reserved :)

Tenchi_Kumori
Tenchi_Kumori

WTF Marvel!? I loved the story around Rogers death, I loved Bucky becoming CA, and now, after only two years, your telling Bucky to Go away? Rogers is the man, don't get me wrong, but I'm tired of the deaths being so meaningless in your comics.

gameboy530
gameboy530

[quote@jdg4 Now if only they would undo OMD/BND and Loeb's Ultimatum and Loeb's Hulk...It is a bright day in America. I am glad to see Steve Rogers back![/quote] HA! ONLY IF THEY COULD ONLY UNDO LOEB!!!

CplAmerica
CplAmerica

Cap was my favorite character. I identified with Steve Rogers more than any other fictional character ever created. When Marvel made the decision to kill him, I rolled with it, knowing he would eventually return. What drove me away was the attitude and insulting behavior of Marvel editorial and the writer (whom I refuse to name--he's like Voldemort to me) in the industry press. They made fun of the fans who were upset by the murder of the only patriotic icon left in modern comics and basically called all of us fools for actually caring about what happened in their comic books. Well, I had had enough. For me, the decline of the MU started with Avengers Disassembled, went through the silliness of Civil War, climaxed in the death of Cap and finally screeched to a stop with this insulting behavior. I took my money to the competition and have not "returned." Marvel deciding to grace us with Steve's resurrection is not going to get readership back. I'm gone. Marvel won't care. They'll just print more Wolverine guest appearances and keep cashing checks.

Iron_coop
Iron_coop

Wow, I was finally used to him being dead and learned to accepted Bucky, but now he's returned. I wonder how Marvel is going to pull this one off! This kind of reminds me of the death of Superman story line, when Superman died and the world had to deal with him not being around anymore, but then he came back! That's what's happening in the Marvel universe right now, but with Osborn in charge, maybe we need the old Cap back! :cap:

zguntype0
zguntype0

We all knew Steve was going to be back at some point, it was always just a question of how soon? But my only problem with bringing him back now is that it seems like it can only do harm to a very popular character of Bucky Barnes. He was just starting to fit into the role of Cap but was still very uneasy about how much he was representing. Which makes sense he took on the role of his mentor and everything that he represented which would obviously make someone uneasy. But if with Steve being back causes Bucky to be less prominent I don't know how I would feel. All in all I have no idea how I feel about this right now but knowing Brubaker, who brought back the one character (Bucky) that could never be brought back to the living and made him very popular, I am willing to see this through and will probably look back on it as a great story.

DrGrimie
DrGrimie

NOOOOOO. We all love Cap. but theres only one cap. and hes DEAD.Marvel should stay with the story in the direction they were going. We all have a final image of Cap. and if you bring him back the image will be tarnished. IMO i wouldnt want a new cap. Steve Rogers is the only one and should be the only one.

DyPunga
DyPunga

I've never been this legitimately frustrated with Marvel. But because IK know whining doesn't get anyone anywhere, really, I'm just putting the ball in their court. please don't screw this one up, and be able to deal with the repercussions of however you present this new..."event"?

marzblackmann
marzblackmann

[quote@GR6771 I'm glad he's coming back. he's the one and only. Just like your friendly crosstown rivals, Bruce Wayne IS Batman and I'm sure he'll be back next year. The new talent behind these comics may not be the originators (ie-Kane, Siegel, Shuster, and Lee) but I'm sure they love the fact that their creations are in such great hands[/quote] :cap: i couldn't agree with you more! I too am glad that He's coming back. Buck was cool and I enjoyed the storyline,but man,there can only be ONE captain America,dammit.