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The Captain America Library Website

Welcome to The Captain America Library site! This vast web resource is an unofficial but fun, complete, useful, and fan-made Captain America website that includes among other things:
  • A comprehensive comics library (with old, new and upcoming comics).
  • All movies with cool film info and photos.
  • Videos including movie trailers, deleted scenes, and gags.
  • Image galleries with wallpapers, movie posters, original artwork, and MUCH more about Marvel Comics' Captain America!

Captain America Site Updates and News

Latest Site Update

Captain America: Team Player?

September 15, 2014

The quirky CAPTAIN AMERICA #269 from 1982 showcases a long-forgotten band of heroes known as Team America: a new line of toys put out by Ideal! There’s motorcycling mystery going on and Cap teams with the Team to get to the bottom of it!

New comic SHE-HULK (2014) #8 sees Steve Rogers with a team working for him: Jen Walters and company are representing him in an odd lawsuit!

At the opposite end of the spectrum it’s Cap against all his friends in CIVIL WAR: FRONT LINE #3 (though the issue is mainly about Sally Floyd and Speedball)! Another grim ‘n’ gritty tie-in the Civil War!



Original Sin FinaleThe Watcher sees no more: Check out issue #1 from Original Sin, the newest mega-event from Marvel.Cap makes a SKRAASH in Secret Avengers #8 (from 2010) by Mike Deodato, Jr!Down memory lane: Gene Colan on Captain America #256 (from 1981).We want you to buy less comic magazines! So says Marvel. Wait, what?

Latest Captain America Comic Book Issue

Captain America (2012) #24 cover

Note: This is the latest published issue from this comic book with a synopsis in our comics library.

Book name / Issue number:

Captain America (2012) #24


"(No title given)"

Date of Publication:
September 2014

Rick Remender (Writer), Carlos Pacheco (Penciler), Paul Renaud (Penciler), Mariano Taibo (Inker), Paul Renaud (Inker), Dean White (Colorist), Sonia Oback (Colorist), Carlos Pacheco (Cover Penciler), Carlos Pacheco (Cover Inker), Dean White (Cover Colorist)

4 stars

Arnim Zola is reporting to the Red Skull that all is going according to schedule when his rebel daughter Jet Black arrives to oppose him. Zola reveals that she has been his pawn all along, that even her turning against him was part of his plan. Falcon then enters the room and carries Jet and Zola through a high window; Sam scoops up Jet as the villain plummets to the street below. Sam contacts Steve Rogers to tell him that they found Sharon Carter alive in the tower—Steve calls Ian who confirms that she raised him as a mother after Captain America departed Dimension Z. Falcon battles Zola while they struggle over Jet’s loyalties. Ian rescues Sharon from the tower but they learn Zola’s hidden plot: there is a bomb set to destroy the Avengers and all of New York. When Sam learns that Zola can trigger the bomb with his telepathic antennae he has Redwing rip it off. Big mistake as the destruction of his antennae merely sets the bomb to detonate in 30 seconds. Iron Man tries to stop it but his Unvenger counterpart drags him down. Falcon seizes the bomb and, with a word of farewell to Steve, flies the bomb high into the stratosphere where it explodes….

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Latest Captain America Related News

Captain America The Winter Soldier Special Effects Revealed
May 28, 2014

Huge Avengers Infographic
May 12, 2014

New Captain America Movie, New Site
April 10, 2014

"Captain America 3" Hires Directors, Outline Being Written
January 29, 2014

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Quote of the Week

"When I took my hippocratic oath of medicine, I swore to help mankind in general and specific. I consider my duty to treat these men whether they can pay me or not."

~ Don Blake
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Classic Comic of the Week

Classic Captain America comic of the week:

Captain America Comics #1 cover

Captain America Comics #1
(March 1941)

"Case No.1: Meet Captain America "

4 stars

> Synopsis, images and more here...

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Other Recent Additions to the Comics Library

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