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Captain America: Sentinel Of Liberty #9

Comicscore Index
Generally favorable ratings

Based on 11 critic ratings.


Captain America and his allies put their best infiltration tactics to the test to free lower Manhattan from A.I.M.’s grasp.

But the battleground is not what it seems and the Outer Circle not so easily surprised.

Can Steve Rogers uncover a lurking enemy – or will his friends face doom at the hands of the Outer Circle’s most deadly soldier?

Publication Date
Kindle Edition
Print Lenght
20 pages
Amazon ASIN

11 Critic Ratings & Reviews from:
  • 90


    From top to bottom, Captain America: Sentinel of Liberty#9 is a gorgeous book with lots of care poured into every inch of it.
  • 90

    Multiversity Comics

    “Captain America: Sentinel of Liberty” #9 is a clever issue that distorts the reality of Captain America to deliver one of the most fascinating issues of the series to-date!
  • 90

    Marvel Heroes Library

    Story arc is shaping up. Issue is full of action, with several double page spreads. Meanwhile, there’s Peggy analyzing both Steve’s and Bucky’s actions, a look at the history of the Destroyer (and he has the coolest line is the issue, quoted in the synopsis). Cool all around.
  • 89

    The Super Powered Fancast

    The Story: Intense, thrilling and entertaining from start to finish. Kelly and Lanzing continue to craft an awesome story for Steve on multiple levels. The Outer Circle continues to be a great threat and I love the moments between Steve and Peggy and what their conversation means to Steve’s mission going forward. I love the twists within the story as well as how engaging and interesting the supporting characters are in the story. The finale of the issue makes me excited to see what happens next. The Art: Carnero blows me away with the beautifully detailed art throughout the issue. The visuals are amazing and enhance the thrilling elements of the story.
  • 88

    Comic Watch

    This is yet another amazing chapter in the Outer Circle saga, full of action, drama and all of the emotional story beats that anyone who loves Captain America could ask for. Jackson Lanzing, Collin Kelly, Carmen Carnero, Nolan Woodard and Joe Carmagna are killing it with this series and I cant wait to see what they come up with next!
  • 80


    It’s an enjoyable as hell issue, and the whole creative team is to thank for that. I’m excited to see what’s next.
  • 80


    Another excellent adventure comic starring Captain America and his pals, though, personally, I wish this story dealt with a bigger scope, and parts were a bit confusing.
  • 80

    First Comics News

  • 60

    Captain America: Sentinel of Liberty continues the "invasion" of New York as Steve Rogers and his allies try to retake Manhattan from the forces of AIM. This comic highlights both the strengths and flaws of the current arc – strong characterization, interesting art spreads, but messy pacing and plotting, with a rush forward to the "twist" for a shock ending. While M.O.D.O.C.'s "control" makes a bit more sense than the world-ranging conspiracy that was revealed in just three issues during the first arc, it's still sloppy writing for a serial series.
  • 55

    Weird Science Marvel Comics

    Captain America: Sentinel of Liberty #9 appears to be moving the story in a clear direction until it stops and throws everything away for some unknown purpose. Half of the dialog is painfully awkward, half of the art is chaotically confusing, and half of this entire issue appears to be a waste
  • 50

    Graham Crackers Comics

    I will be honest, it has been a long time since I paid any attention to the good Captain so I was entering this one without a clue. But how could I resist a cover blurb about the New Invaders. And with Cap and the Destroyer on the cover, I couldn’t. The only problem is that these really aren’t MY Invaders. Nick Fury, Sharon Carter, and two unfamiliar characters are not my idea of the Invaders. While this grouping is full blown Team Cap, they are not the Invaders. And thus, it lost it’s appeal. However, there is plenty of action and fight scenes. Some flashback dialog that enforce the long term friendships in Team Cap help a bit but not enough. And truthfully, I was never a big fan of M.O.D.O.C. I don’t care if he’s showing up in the new Ant Man movie. And while I could not help but giggle at the giant headed, stubby arms version that plagued Iron Man back in the good old days, this new version is just atrocious.

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