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Captain America #750

Comicscore Index
Generally favorable ratings

Based on 9 critic ratings.


After the harrowing events of CAPTAIN AMERICA: COLD WAR, the Captains America return home to mourn their fallen – and strive to honor the power of legacy. Plus: The secret origin of Sam Wilson’s new shield revealed, and a bold new direction for Sharon Carter! In honor of 750 issues of CAPTAIN AMERICA, a team of fan-favorite guest writers join forces with superstar artists to spin timeless tales celebrating the epic history of the star-spangled hero! Don’t miss this jam-packed oversized issue!

Publication Date
Kindle Edition
Print Length
63 pages
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9 Critic Ratings & Reviews from:
  • 100

    But Why Tho?

    Captain America #750 celebrates two Captains for perhaps the first time in one of these milestone issues. And the collection achieves that superbly. Some of the finest creators have been brought together to show that Sam is as brilliant and valued as a character as Steve. History and the present are not separate entities, and never once is someone or something overlooked. Whilst visiting graves becomes a theme for a few stories, this is an incredibly positive and loving comic, because that is what Captain America embodies. Both of them.

  • 100

    Captain America #750 is bittersweet, as someone who’s been enjoying both Captain America: Sentinel of Liberty and Captain America: Symbol of Truth and must see them end here, but this special issue only reinforces what I loved about both series. Marvel has already announced a new Captain America series for Steve Rogers, and my hope is Sam Wilson will get another title to call his own, because as Captain America #750 demonstrates, he definitely deserves it.

  • 92

    The Super Powered Fancast

    A CUP OF TEA: A great emotional story that has a wonderful balance between the emotions of the characters and the action. The art is visually thrilling as well.

    NOTHING BUT A FIGHT: A great story of reflection that sets up the bigger conflict to come.

    REFLECTIONS: A wonderful and thought provoking short story that has a great message to anyone wondering if they belong.

    THE HERO: A nice short with a great emotional tone.

    THEN & NOW: I love the sentiment of this short as well as the art style. They go together perfectly.

    THE MANTLE: A fun short that has a great light tone to it and some fun art to enhance it.

    ONE LUCKY SHOT: A wonderful short story with great art and a fantastic tone.

  • 90


    Captain America #750 is both a celebration of the Captain America legacy as well as a roadmap to its future. If you love the character, you owe it to yourself to pick this issue up. No matter who wields the shield, the creators behind this issue understand the power that a hero like Cap holds.

  • 85

    Multiversity Comics

    A heartwarming anthology rings in Independence Day 2023 for both Captains America!

  • 80

    First Comics News

  • 70

    Major Spoilers

    The anthology nature of Captain America #750 means there’s a little something for everybody, whether you like suspense, drama, the MCU, or Marvel’s ’60 cartoon output, and each creative team brings something special to the block party. I just hope that there are lasting ramifications of the substantial changes that take place in these pages.

  • 70

    Marvel Heroes Library

    This is a near-totally solemn issue: the first story has Sam agonizing over whether he is worthy. The second story is people spouting elegies to heroism and Steve and Bucky bickering about heroism. The five shorter stories are mostly about various Caps looking inward and at each other, pontificating on heroism. Only the last story maintains a light touch and ends with a joke. Milestone issues rarely get this self-serious. Cap’s patriotism and mission are best examined in smaller doses.

  • 60

    Weird Science Marvel Comics

    Captain America #750 is an odd mix of stories to end one run, set up the penultimate issue in another, and add a few shorts for good measure. Ultimately, you get a mixed bag of quality in storytelling themes, several aggressive pushes to qualify Sam as a worthy Captain (without addressing the Falcon problem), and generally good art.

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