Captain America Volume 3 by John Ney Rieber

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For decades World War 2 super-soldier Captain America lay in frozen suspended-animation, encased in ice, until he was revived in the modern world to again take his post of protector of the Red, White and Blue. But when a mysterious package arrives at his door and he crosses paths with a shadowy new villain named The Interrogator, Captain America learns that everything about this past, his memories, and himself, may not be what it seems!

About John Ney Rieber

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Chuck Austen has done illustration for television (Fox's King of the Hill) and comics, including U.S. War Machine. His shadowy style is well-suited to illustrate the elusive assassin, Elektra. Jae Lee became the youngest professional comic book artist ever to work for a major comic book company and quickly gained recognition for his dark, Gothic style. He has received the Eisner Award, the most prestigious award in comics, and has exhibited at the Society of Illustrators Museum in New York. In addition to producing his own series, "Hellshock," Lee has worked with Marvel on "The Inhumans, Fantastic Four, Spider-Man, Uncanny X-Men," and more.
Published October 27, 2003 by Marvel Comics. 128 pages
Genres: Comics & Graphic Novels, Young Adult, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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