Captain America’s understanding of his conflict with the White Wolf is flipped upside-down when White Wolf unleashes an enemy from Nomad’s past onto Mohannda’s civilians.
Sam Wilson’s first priority is now stopping the onslaught from Dimension Z before it’s too late – but at what cost to his allies?
COMICONThings in Mohannda have taken an unearthly turn in ‘Captain America: Symbol of Truth’ #9 as the shield-carrying hero and his allies fight back against the White Wolf’s increasingly growing plans for domination. An action-packed issue that continues to move the story forward while reaching back to mix in elements from Captain America stories of the past decade. A fast-paced and exciting series continues to fire on all cylinders.
The Super Powered FancastThe Story: Intense and filled with great action, Onyebuchi delivers a great fast-paced story that keeps the reader engaged. There is a great level of tensions throughout the issue as Sam gets deeper into it with the political conflict and its ramifications both for the symbol he wears, but also for the people he’s trying to help. I continue to enjoy the storyline and how it evolves both the character of White Wolf, but the rest of the characters as well. The Art: Silva delivers some beautifully detailed and visually thrilling art throughout the issue. The imagery is bright and conveys great action and emotion.
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ComicBook.comR.B. Silva is back on art duties, and he's not alone. Arnim Zola's Dimension Z henchmen have returned, which should be a bigger issue for the also-returned Nomad. We get to see Captain America and Nomad spend more time saving civilians than fighting supervillains, which is a welcome change of pace. The reappearance of Falcon on the final page sets up an uncomfortable confrontation next issue that should have some major repercussions for Sam Wilson.