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Captain America: Symbol Of Truth #10

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Universal acclaim

Based on 6 critic ratings.


When Falcon arrives in Mohannda, delirious and rampaging from the effects of White Wolf’s chemical attack, it’s up to Captain America to save his friend – or to stop Falcon from hurting anyone else.

In this heartbreaking showdown between partners, Sam Wilson must make a choice about who he wants to be – and what he is willing to sacrifice for the mantle of Captain America.

Publication Date
Kindle Edition
Print Length
23 pages
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6 Critic Ratings & Reviews from:
  • 95


    ‘Captain America: Symbol Of Truth’ #10 turns all the emotions dials to their maximum level as this well-crafted story continues to build towards the impending meeting and confrontation between the title character and the White Wolfs. This series is stunningly gorgeous and so well crafted from top to bottom, it’s a true treat to engage with.

  • 90

    Marvel Heroes Library

    Wait, that guy on the cover…didn’t I see him in the SONIC movie? No, he’s the White Wolf, main villain in this book so far. It’s another heavily action-oriented plot only more personal as Cap tries to reach his partner turned enemy. The issue’s very distinctive look comes from the fact that every page on the battlefield is backed by flames, a terrifying sight. And White Wolf puts on a costume this time, to make him look more like a comic book villain, because that’s what he is. Very exciting issue.

  • 89

    The Super Powered Fancast

    The Story: The Falcon distraction is an interesting card to play by Onyebuchi, but it works to keep Sam off balance while the White Wolf prepares his next move. The story is entertaining and filled with great action throughout. I not only enjoyed the evolution of the story, but also the growing rage in the character leading to a decision from Sam that sets him apart from the mantle of Captain America.

    The Art: Silva creates some intense imagery throughout the issue. The action is filled with non-stop visual thrills and I love how the imagery matches the intensity of the story.

  • 85


    Captain America: Symbol of Truth #10 delivers on the action and helps raise the personal stakes for our heroes in an international conflict. Tochi Onyebuchi, R.B. Silva, Jesus Aburtov, and Joe Caramagna have created a thrilling book thus far, and it will be interesting to see how they continue when the story transitions into the Cold War crossover.

  • 80

    What an intense issue! Sam Wilson has to deal with his partner Falcon, who has been experimented on and turned into a vampiric figure out for blood. I felt sorry for Joaquin, especially after he gave a refresher on how he gained his bird abilities. A lot of that I had forgotten from Sam Wilson’s previous Captain America comic. After plotting in the shadows, it appears White Wolf is getting ready to get his hands dirty. I’m already anticipating the confrontation between Captain America and White Wolf next month.

  • 80

    First Comics News

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