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What are the best Captain America comics?

The First Avenger has had his fair share of adventures over the years. As a tribute to his years of loyalty and service to the American dream, check out this list of the best Captain America comics to have you loyal to nothing but the dream as well.

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  1. 1Civil War

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    The Civil War is a Marvel Comics crossover story arc written by Mark Millar and first published in 2006. A war between superhumans erupts when a Superhuman Registration Act is introduced, with Captain America and Iron Man on opposing sides.

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  1. 2The Winter Soldier

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    The Winter Soldier is a series of comics from the fifth volume of Captain America in 2005. Written by Ed Brubaker, the story focuses on the revelation that the Captain's sidekick, Bucky Barnes, is alive as the titular Winter Soldier.

  2. 3Death of the Dream

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    The Death of the Dream is a story from Captain America 2004, volume 1, issue 25. Written by Ed Brubaker, the Death of the Dream follows the aftermath of the Civil War arc, where Captain America is taken into custody and assassinated.

  1. 4Infinity

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    Infinity is a comic book crossover storyline published by Marvel Comics, written by Jonathan Hickman with artwork by Jim Cheung, Jerome Opeña, and Dustin Weaver. The story primarily involves the Avengers against an ancient alien race called the Builders.

  2. 5Man Out of Time

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    Man Out of Time is a series of comics written by Mark Waid featuring Captain America. First published in 2011, the comics focus on Captain America's adjustment to the 21st century after being frozen for 60 years.

  3. 6Captain America No More

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    Steve Rogers is replaced as Captain America by John Walker, forcing Rogers to work as an underground hero in order to earn his shield back. Captain America No More was the story for issue #332 of the 1968 Captain America comics.

  4. 7Captain America and The Falcon: The Nomad

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    After discovering the Secret Empire, Steve Rogers relinquishes his title as Captain America. Donning a new outfit, Rogers continues hero work as the enigmatic Nomad. The Nomad was written by Steve Englehart and published in 1974.

  5. 8Captain America and the Falcon: The Secret Empire

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    The Secret Empire is from the 1968 Captain America and The Falcon comic line, issues 169 to 176. Captain America questions his allegiance and identity when he discovers a sinister plot deep in the American government.

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    Anonymous
    June 18, 2019
    "i love it when a comic can explore personal sides of characters rather than just continuously painting them as heroes. showcasing cap's adjustment to modern times gave him a unique human side that i thoroughly enjoyed reading. not the best overall, but this makes it the best captain america comic in my opinion"
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    Man Out of Time
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    Anonymous
    June 18, 2019
    "how ironic that one of the best captain america comics is one where the titular shield-totting hero dies. tears were shed across the nation. shame the marvel movies never pulled off this storyline the way it happened in the comics"
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    Death of the Dream
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    Anonymous
    June 18, 2019
    "normally, bringing a character back from the dead is a tough trick to pull off, and often executed badly. not with this comic! it was such an interesting twist that not only was bucky alive, but working for the enemy?! WHEW!"
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    The Winter Soldier
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    Anonymous
    June 18, 2019
    "this is one of the best captain america comics because it shows that it doesn't matter what he calls himself, steve rogers is a hero through and through. my only gripe: his god awful costume. seriously, WHY CAP WHY?!"
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    Captain America and The Falcon: The Nomad
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    Anonymous
    June 18, 2019
    "this is the perfect execution of tying in a bunch of marvel storylines into a single climactic story arc. so good it divides the fandom. if there is any comic that is THE best captain america comic, this is it."
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    Civil War
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    Anonymous
    June 18, 2019
    "the only reason i don't give this comic a perfect score is because of who they got to replace rogers as captain america. seriously, they replaced him with THAT guy?!"
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    Captain America No More
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    Anonymous
    June 18, 2019
    "this comic is very oddly relevant and significant to today's issues. cap would be so heartbroken if he were alive."
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    Captain America and the Falcon: The Secret Empire
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    Anonymous
    June 18, 2019
    "man, i wish THIS was how infinity war was done in the movies!"
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    Infinity
This list is about What are the best Captain America comics
RankAnswersTypeVotesPrice
1Civil WarBooks 17 Paid
2The Winter SoldierBooks 16 Paid
3Death of the DreamBooks 8 Paid
4InfinityBooks 6 Paid
5Man Out of TimeBooks 3 Paid
6Captain America No MoreBooks 3 Paid
7Captain America and The Falcon: The NomadBooks 2 Paid
8Captain America and the Falcon: The Secret EmpireBooks 0 Paid
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