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Marvel-verse: Captain America: Sam Wilson

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Learn more about Sam Wilson, the high-flying Falcon who becomes the all-new Captain America, before and after the release of the film Captain America: Brave New World in July 2024! There's no greater symbol of truth in the Marvel-Verse than Sam Wilson - the high-flying, shield-slinging Captain America! As the mighty Warbringer wreaks havoc in New York City, Sam helps assemble an all-different team of Avengers to face this alien invader - teaming old allies like Iron Man and Vision with fresh recruits Ms. Marvel, Nova, Spider-Man and the Mighty Thor! Then, Sam finds himself in the middle of World War II, meeting the original Cap all over again and fighting shoulder-to-shoulder with Steve Rogers and Bucky Barnes - but can he find a way home? Plus: The Taskmaster stands in the way of Sam s all-important date night with Misty Knight! Collecting: All-New, All-Different Avengers (2015) 1 (A story), 2-3; Generations: Sam Wilson Captain America & Steve Rogers Captain America (2017) 1; Marvel

Author Biography:

New York Times best-selling author Mark Waid has worked for every major company in the comics industry in a nearly three-decade-long career, writing thousands of issues, including runs of Amazing Spider-Man, X-Men, Ka-Zar and Fantastic Four. His other works of note include his collaboration with painter Alex Ross on Kingdom Come, which earned an Eisner Award for Best Limited Series. Waid enjoyed his greatest outpouring of critical acclaim with the Eisner Award-winning Daredevil — which included a revered collaboration with frequent artistic partner Chris Samnee. He later took on such diverse pop-cultural icons as Princess Leia and Archie, and ushered in a new era of greatness for Earth’s Mightiest Heroes in All-New, All-Different Avengers. His Marvel work continued with Avengers, Black Widow, Captain America, Champions and Doctor Strange. Nick Spencer broke into the comic-book industry with Existence 2.0, published by Image in 2009 and slated for adaptation into a feature film by Paramount Pictures. He has since worked on a sequel, Existence 3.0, and the ongoing series Morning Glories and Bedlam for Image, as well as T.H.U.N.D.E.R. Agents for DC. For Marvel, he wrote Secret Avengers, Iron Man 2.0 and Ultimate Comics X-Men before relaunching Secret Avengers and launching the villain-centric Superior Foes of Spider-Man for Marvel NOW! Spencer brought the comedic-underdog tone of the latter book to the pages of Ant-Man, and then shocked readers by turning the Sentinel of Liberty against the world in the pages of Captain America: Steve Rogers, Captain America: Sam Wilson and the event series Secret Empire. The son of industry pioneer Joe Kubert, Adam Kubert has won numerous comics-industry achievement awards — including an Eisner Award and a Wizard magazine award. His landmark runs on Wolverine and Incredible Hulk made him a superstar, leading him to work on X-Men titles including the Marvel Universe-changing Onslaught saga. His subsequent efforts for Marvel include revisiting the world of Logan on Astonishing Spider-Man & Wolverine and the blockbuster sequel Origin II. Kubert joined the stellar artistic lineup of the event series Avengers vs. X-Men, and his subsequent work includes All-New, All-Different Avengers; Peter Parker: The Spectacular Spider-Man; and Captain America. In 2020, he made a triumphant return to his signature character for the Dawn of X relaunch of Wolverine. French comic-book artist Paul Renaud burst into American comics on titles including Image’s Fear Agent and Invincible, and what he describes as his magnum opus: Red Sonja: Vacant Shell for Dynamite Entertainment. His artwork has graced Marvel titles including Astonishing X-Men, Thunderbolts and Ms. Marvel.
Release date Australia
January 7th, 2025
  • General (US: Trade)
  • Illustrated by Adam Kubert
112 Illustrations, unspecified
Interest Age
From 10 to 14 years
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