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Captain America: Symbol Of Truth #11

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Generally favorable ratings

Based on 7 critic ratings.


With Falcon incapacitated, Sam Wilson has vowed to make the White Wolf pay – by any means necessary.

White Wolf still has a few tricks up his sleeve, but will they be enough to survive Captain America’s rage?

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23 pages
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7 Critic Ratings & Reviews from:
  • 100

    Sam-Cap vs. White Wolf turned out to be a fight that lived up to the billing. With the Captain America event "Cold War" on the horizon, Symbol of Truth #11 wraps things up nicely with a heated, emotional confrontation. Plus, after only seeing him in the shadows, it was nice to see White Wolf in action. Speaking of which, even without any super-soldier serum, Sam more than holds his own. Count me ready to see what "Cold War" has up its sleeve.
  • 98


    It’s the end of the first major story arc for Sam Wilson’s return to being Captain America, as ‘Captain America: Symbol of Truth’ #11 pits him against the foe that has been behind the scenes pulling the strings for the previous ten issues. This a really gorgeous powerful comic book that doesn’t shy away from examining various sides of issues that are very much rooted in real-world ones, yet still remaining true to its superhero comic book roots.
  • 90

    Marvel Heroes Library

    The story arc wraps up in a satisfying manner with Sam Cap beating up the bad guy and, by extension, his philosophy. Another showcase for colorist Jesus Aburtov as the bulk of the issue is played out against a backdrop of flames.
  • 86

    The Super Powered Fancast

    The Story: Onyebuchi brings this arc to a satisfying conclusion that lays the groundwork for some interesting stories and conflicts to come for Sam Wilson. The action was brutal, intense and satisfying. The conflict was engaging both emotionally and philosophically. I enjoyed seeing Sam taken to the edge and seeing what he would do when faced with being a killer. I look forward to seeing where Sam’s story goes next. The Art: Silva delivers some beautifully detailed and dynamic art throughout the issue. The visuals are stunning and the action was fantastic.
  • 80

    First Comics News

  • 75


    Captain America: Symbol of Truth is a series for fans who like to read about superheroes punching villains in the face. These chapters are not issues so much as they are rounds in a boxing match. And like a really good championship fight, Captain America: Symbol of Truth #11 finds a way to escalate the action. (...) The Cold War crossover is probably the thing that hurts the developments in this issue the most. Things hardly ever feel fully resolved at the end of a superhero arc, but the transition from the end of the fight to the close of the arc feels abrupt and incomplete. Yes, readers know Cold War is coming, but it’s hard not to read this issue and feel like something’s missing. Championship fights have twelve rounds, not eleven.
  • 75

    Weird Science Marvel Comics

    Captain America: Symbol of Truth #11 ends the conflict against White Wolf with an issue-long fight. The choreography and artwork are excellent, and the fight’s conclusion feels satisfying.

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