Read Captain America: Sam Wilson, Vol. 5: End of the Line Online Free - When Steve Rogers could no longer wield the shield, Sam Wilson stepped up as an all-new, all-different and very much all-his-own Captain America. The public was divided. And when a reinvigorated Steve returned to share the mantle, the protests grew louder. Sam just kept fighting on, the only way he knew how. But is the world big enough for two Caps? And as Sam is pulled into the shocking events of Marvel’s next big event, will he — and the world — have to choose? At the end of the line, there’s no way out! Plus: The classic first appearance of Sam’s controversial pal, Rage! Collecting CAPTAIN AMERICA: SAM WILSON #18-21 and AVENGERS (1963) #326.
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December 05, 2017
Sam's time as Captain America comes to an end and there's not a dry eye in the house by the closing pages...
Well, there were two dry eyes in my house actually; my wife's. Her reaction was more along the lines of 'What are you blubbing about now, you galumphing great eejit?'
She loves me really.
September 24, 2017
Who knew Sam Wilson would keep up such an impressive run after volume 2? Not me.
So this volume deals with the fallout of Rage. As you know he was trying to stop two super villains, lost, and while trying to leave gets beaten down by the Americops. This is all about Sam trying to help the young m...
September 23, 2017
The Rage storyline concludes as he's put on trial for breaking into the pawnshop when in reality he was stopping a robbery. Spencer ignores a lot of facts to tell the story he wants to tell here. Rage was friends with the owner of the store. Wouldn't the owner decline to press charges, especially...
April 30, 2017
In a development that will startle every reader, the Cap book which isn't entirely ramping up to a colossal crossover works out rather better than the one that is. Nick Spencer's take on racialised and militarised policing isn't perfect - for a start there's a pretty enormous shift in the charact...
July 29, 2017
The realist book out today. Even in the midst of the Secret Empire storyline this series manages to stay true to its core.
September 24, 2017
Oh, Sam. I wish it didn't have to end this way. (At least we'll always have Steve Rogers as a secret Nazi/Hydra agent?)
Let's start with everything I loved about this volume:
The inside cover has a Sam Wilson Reading Oder! Hallelujah!
EVERY comic book needs to have this page!
Sam is such a well-wr...
November 08, 2017
Nick Spencer completely sticks the landing in this penultimate story of Sam Wilson’s service as Captain America. Picking up mere moments after the conclusion of the prior volume, we see Sam reacting to the savage beating and arrest of the young African-American hero, Rage, by the Americops.
May 26, 2017
I read this in individual issues.
Wow this is so much better than Steve Rogers. The difference here is the storytelling. There is much more tension here in this series and the build up to Secret Empire is stronger. This collection slso stands on its own. I also really liked the art.
September 07, 2017
This was a little short and I think your mileage will vary based on how much you agree with its politics. It seems a little bit like the author is hijacking someone else's "hard life" (albeit a fictional one) to mouth his beliefs.
Also, isn't Rage stronger than that?
December 13, 2017
Very political stuff, Spencer's deep in it and I like it.
Rage is arrested for a crime he didn't commit and, despite video proof of the contrary is convicted. Riots start to spread in NY and Sam has to stand for law and order where there's only injustice to defend.
I see no reason comics couldn't b...