Cold War plagues tensions between Steve Rogers and Sam Wilson

Tensions between Steve Rogers and Sam Wilson begin to erupt this spring during the Captain America: Cold War event. Steve Rogers and Sam Wilson have embarked on their own adventures in their sister titles, Captain America: Sentinel of Freedom and Captain America: symbol of truth, respectively, but their stories will collide in their first crossover. Marvel announced Captain America: Cold War at New York Comic Con, and the crossover will be the next chapter in Captain America’s 80-year history. The Cold War officially kicks off in April and Marvel has revealed new details about the story, including a one-shot.

Captain America: Cold War is described as a “spy-fueled action thriller” that pays off the plotting currently taking place in the two Captain America series: the rise of the Outer Circle and its connection to Steve Rogers; the return of Steve’s adopted son Ian Rogers, aka Nomad; Sam Wilson’s conflict with Wakanda and White Wolf; and the Winter Soldier’s new mission as the Outer Circle’s new revolution.

Captain America and Winter Soldier are at war against each other

Captain America: Sentinel of Freedom #6 saw the dissolution of the friendship between Steve Rogers and Bucky Barnes. In the previous issue, Winter Soldier killed a character called The Revolution, a member of the Outer Circle. Revolution presented Bucky Barnes with a choice: kill him and take his place in the Century Game, or remain the pawn of the Outer Circle. Naturally, Winter Soldier knocked down The Revolution, even shooting through Steve Rogers in the process.

Captain America tried to beg Winter Soldier not to play the Outer Circle’s game, stating that they could work together to take them down. However, Bucky disagreed, believing the only way to stop them is from within. With the time for words past, the two Marvel heroes began to strike blows, fighting for dominance over the other. Their fight was reminiscent of that between Captain America and Iron Man Captain America: The Winter Soldier. Two friends with different points of view are driven to fight each other. It’s a bloody battle, but Winter Soldier finally won as he sacrificed his metal arm to drop Cap out of the Outer Circle’s flying base.

You can find the covers and offers for April Captain America: Sentinel of Freedom #11, Captain America: Cold War Alpha #1, and Captain America: symbol of truth #12 below.

Captain America: Sentinel of Liberty #11 cover

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CAPTAIN AMERICA: PAINTER OF LIBERTY #11 [Cold War Prelude]

  • Written by COLLIN KELLY & JACKSON LANZING
  • Art and cover by CARMEN CARNERO
  • For sale 4/5
  • Captain America and the new Invaders may be free from MODOC’s mind control, but their lives are not yet guaranteed. With the battle almost won, the Outer Circle has arrived on the ground to collect their prize. It’s up to Steve Rogers to secure victory for the Power and finally end the Outer Circle’s invasion of Manhattan – but the choices made at this critical point will shape Steve’s understanding of friendship and the commitment of his fight against the Outer Circle forever.

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Captain America: Cold War Alpha #1 cover

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(Photo: Marvel Comics)

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CAPTAIN AMERICA: COLD WAR ALPHA #1

  • Written by COLLIN KELLY, JACKSON LANZING & TOCHI ONYEBUCHI
  • Art by CARLOS MAGNO
  • Cover by PATRICK GLEASON
  • For sale 4/12
  • Bucky Barnes is the new revolution of the Outer Circle, and he’s made his deadliest move yet: an alliance with Sam Wilson’s nemesis, the White Wolf. When Steve Rogers’ adopted son, Ian, aka Nomad, is kidnapped by someone Steve thought was a friend, he suspects Bucky’s hand at work and calls upon the people who know Ian best – Sam Wilson, Sharon Carter and Misty Knight – to help him. get to the bottom of the attack. Has Bucky finally gone too far? Why is Nomad taken and what does it have to do with a portal to Dimension Z opening over a secret battlefield in Alaska?

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Captain America: Symbol of Truth #12 cover

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(Photo: Marvel Comics)

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CAPTAIN AMERICA: SYMBOL OF TRUTH #12

  • Written by TOCHI ONYEBUCHI
  • Art and cover by RB SILVA
  • For sale 4/26
  • Part two of the COLD WAR
  • White Wolf has used the power granted to him by Bucky Barnes to take control of Dimension Z and unleash his creatures on the Captains America. Sam Wilson and Steve Rogers are prepared to fight their way through the onslaught, but the Outer Circle has more at stake in this fight than our heroes realize. Can Sam Wilson and Steve Rogers agree on their priorities before falling into this new threat? And what exactly is Bucky Barnes planning to do with Ian Rogers?

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