Marvel Comics Launching Two New CAPTAIN AMERICA Ongoing Titles With Steve Rogers AND Sam Wilson

Marvel Comics has announced plans for two new Captain America comic books this April with Steve Rogers starring in one series and Sam Wilson wielding the shield in the other. Find out more right here...

2022 looks set to kick off a new era for Captain America as Marvel Comics will launch two new ongoing titles. The first, Captain America: Sentinel of Liberty, comes from writers Jackson Lanzing and Collin Kelly and artist Carmen Carnero with the focus put on Steve Rogers. In Captain America: Symbol of Truth, by writer Tochi Onyebuchi and artist R.B. Silva, it will be Sam Wilson's time to shine.

The journeys of both shield bearers will begin in April's Captain America #0 where they will team up after an explosive attack by Arnim Zola. You can take a sneak peek at the action that awaits in a celebratory new announcement trailer, featuring never-before-seen artwork.
 


"Issue #0 is effectively a conversation between Steve and Sam about what it means for both of them to be Captain America simultaneously," Lanzing explained to Entertainment Weekly earlier today. "But that conversation isn't had in a room sitting down over beers, that conversation is had while flying/holding onto the side of a massive rocket heading into the sky to obliterate all of mankind because Arnim Zola is back and he's got a bad plan."

"We've seen Sam Wilson deal with the legacy of Captain America and race in very inward terms with regards to America: What does it mean for America to accept a Black Captain America?" Onyebuchi adds of his ambitious plans for the former Falcon. "One of the things I'm teasing in my book is, what does it mean for the rest of the world to accept a Black Captain America?"

Check out Mark Brooks' jaw-dropping Captain America #0 wraparound cover below as well as the covers for the first issues of Captain America: Sentinel of Liberty and Captain America: Symbol of Truth
 

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