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Captain America: Legacy

Celebrating the Legacy of the Sentinel of Liberty! Over 75 years ago, a super soldier decked in the stars and stripes toppled worldwide evil at its core! Now we’re breaking down Captain America’s entire history…in 694 issues!

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Tales of Suspense (1959) #1-99

in Tales of Suspense (1959) #59

Captain America joins Iron Man as a series headliner! When the criminal Bull learns that Cap is the only hero guarding Avengers Mansion, he mobilizes his gang for what he thinks will be an easy mark. Unsurprisingly, the Star-Spangled Avenger made quick work of Bull and his thugs.

Captain America (1968) #100-454

in Captain America (1968) #100

In his first self-titled Silver Age series, the Sentinel of Liberty teams up with Black Panther and Agent 13 (Sharon Carter). The fate of America hangs in the balance as a Baron Zemo imposter threatens to unleash the power of his solar ray upon the nation!

Captain America (1996) #1-13

in Captain America (1996) #1

Captain America is reborn in a world he never made! After being transported to Counter-Earth along with most of Earth’s Mightiest Heroes after their battle with Onslaught, Steve Rogers lived as an ordinary factory worker, with only faint dreams of his alter ego.

Captain America (1998) #1-50

in Captain America (1998) #1

Heroes Return! Back from Franklin Richards’ Counter-Earth, the Living Legend finds himself out of sorts in the middle of Tokyo. Soon, he’s called upon to defend the innocent from a terrorist attack led by Lady Deathstrike!

Captain America (2002) #1-32

in Captain America (2002) #1

In the wake of 9/11, Captain America aids in the rescue and clean-up efforts. Nick Fury approaches him about locating the masterminds behind the attacks, but Cap refuses, preferring to help on the home front. However, when terrorists take the Californian town of Centerville hostage, Captain America springs into action!

Captain America (2004) #1-50; #600-619

in Captain America (2004) #1

As Cap struggles to return to normalcy after the events of Avengers Disassembled, a conspiracy is set into motion. The Red Skull has cobbled together a Cosmic Cube and plans wanton destruction. But when he’s suddenly murdered by a cyborg assassin and Aleksander Lukin takes possession of the Cube, the dangers that await the world are unfathomable! Read the series that introduced Bucky Barnes as the Winter Soldier!

Captain America (2011) #1-19

in Captain America (2011) #1

Steve Rogers once again takes up the mantle of Captain America! At the funeral of his old flame Peggy Carter, Cap and his allies are attacked by the mysterious Codename: Bravo, a figure from Steve’s World War II past. Why has Bravo returned now, and why does he appear to be allied with Hydra?

Captain America (2012) #1-25

in Captain America (2012) #1

Captain America celebrates his 90th birthday by fighting crime! After taking down the eco-terrorist Green Skull, Cap and Agent 13 investigate a hidden subway line. Cap boards it, and finds himself transported to Arnim Zola’s Dimension Z!

All-New Captain America (2014) #1-6

in All-New Captain America (2014) #1

Sam Wilson dons the stars and stripes after Steve Rogers loses his super soldier enhancements. Partnering with Steve’s ward Nomad, Sam faces an immediate and overwhelming challenge in the form of a major Hydra assault!

Captain America: Sam Wilson (2015) #1-25

in Captain America: Sam Wilson (2015) #1

Still finding his own way to be Captain America, Sam Wilson strikes out on his own, leaving the demands of S.H.I.E.L.D. and a government job behind. While he always admired Steve Rogers and his old-fashioned way of doing things, Sam knows that the country isn’t the same now as it was then, and Captain America needs to change with the times.