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Captain America: Sentinel Of Liberty #13

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Based on 8 critic ratings.

“COLD WAR” PART FOUR!

Just when White Wolf thinks he’s gained the upper hand, Sam Wilson and Steve Rogers rally under the banner of Captain America. Meanwhile, Black Widow and Peggy Carter clash over what it means to be a hero – and whether Bucky Barnes is still someone worth saving.

Publication Date
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Format
Kindle Edition
Print Length
22 pages
Language
English
Price
$3.99
Amazon ASIN
B0C11DCKF4

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8 Critic Ratings & Reviews from:
  • 90

    AIPT

    Lanzing and Kelly still put Peggy in an interesting enough place where she’s bitter that her morals had been compromised as such but carrying on nonetheless. And in the issue’s ending pages, the final showdown is teased with the “wolf” becoming much more literal. It’s so comic booky and so fun and it’s a shame that Symbol of Truth and Sentinel of Liberty have to end at all, but at least we know they’re going out with a bang.

  • 89

    The Super Powered Fancast

    The Story: Lanzing a Kelly provide an intense, action packed story for Steve and Sam in this issue. Not only did I love the way the characters come together, but also how complicated the dynamics between Bucky and Peggy have gotten. I like that everyone is dealing with something personally significant among the bigger stakes of the story and the plot builds beautifully on the race to the final confrontation.

    The Art: Erofeeva delivers some beautifully detailed art throughout the issue. I love the visual style of the action and how the action scenes have as much tension as the interpersonal confrontations within the story.

  • 86

    Comic Watch

    Captain America: Sentinel of Liberty #13 is definitely the Captain America story for the summer! With awesome action, character moments and some of the best writing Marvel’s putting out, no one should miss out on this story or the Cold War event as a whole!

  • 80

    Un Cómic Más

    This comic serves to get everything ready for the final battle in the final chapter of Cold War.

    Art is detailed and shows a very stylized and slender aesthetic of the characters with a very original imprint.

  • 70

    First Comics News

  • 60

    Marvel Heroes Library

    retty dull issue with the focus being on minute character bits among the bad guy forces. The Outer Circle isn’t very interesting, White Wolf is just another sneering bad guy, Bucky’s objectives are still hard to comprehend, and Natasha and Peggy bickering over the latter’s motivations didn’t hold my interest. And the plot doesn’t advance at all: the heroes could have just brushed themselves off after the explosion at the end of Part 3 and we’d be in the same place. The finale had better be good.

  • 50

    Weird Science Marvel Comics

    Captain America: Sentinel of Liberty #13 delivers the penultimate chapter in the Cold War event with an issue that invalidates previous actions and jams a collection of disconnected, random scenes together without explanation or sense. At best, this issue is a time waster to get to the finale.

  • 40

    ComicBook.com

    Well, the Cap vs. Cap conflict is over with a thud instead of a bang. After some fisticuffs last issue, Steve and Sam are suddenly all good, with Steve apologizing and admitting that’s he’s willingly heading into Bucky’s trap without considering the options. The story here is…fine, but the disappointing part is really the artwork, with Peggy Carter and Black Widow looking way too similar and the artwork really lacking any sort of distinct style whatsoever.

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