Captain America: Cold War – Alpha #1
Illustrated by: Carlos Magno
Cover Art by: Patrick Gleason
Written by: Collin Kelly, Jackson Lanzing, and Tochi Onyebuchi
Release date: April 12, 2023
*Minor Spoilers Ahead
THE REVOLUTION STARTS HERE: COLD WAR – PART ONE!
Bucky Barnes is the Outer Circle’s New Revolution, and he has enacted his deadliest move yet – an alliance with Sam Wilson’s nemesis, the White Wolf. When Steve Rogers’ adopted son, Ian, A.K.A. Nomad, is abducted by someone Steve thought was a friend, he suspects Bucky’s hand at work and calls upon the people who know Ian best – Sam Wilson, Sharon Carter and Misty Knight – to help him get to the bottom of the attack. Has Bucky finally gone too far?
Why has Nomad been taken, and what does it have to do with a portal to Dimension Z opening over a secret battleground in Alaska? The Symbol of Truth and the Sentinel of Liberty reunite for a pulse-pounding crossover event that will make them question everything they believe in-and each other.
The Marvel Universe is undergoing a seismic shift, and it all starts with Cold War – Part One. Bucky Barnes, also known as the Winter Soldier, has become the leader of the Outer Circle’s new revolution, and he has made a deadly alliance with the White Wolf, Sam Wilson’s nemesis. In this gripping crossover event, Bucky’s actions will have far-reaching consequences that will test the limits of our heroes.
The story begins with Steve Rogers’ adopted son, Ian, also known as Nomad, being abducted by someone he thought was a friend. Steve suspects Bucky’s involvement in the kidnapping and enlists the help of his closest allies, including Sam Wilson, Sharon Carter, and Misty Knight, to get to the bottom of the attack.
As the investigation ensues, it becomes clear that Bucky’s actions have gone too far. The group discovers that a portal to Dimension Z has opened over a secret battleground in Alaska, and Nomad’s abduction is tied to this mysterious event.
The Symbol of Truth and the Sentinel of Liberty, Captain America and Nomad, reunite for this pulse-pounding crossover event that will make them question everything they believe in, and each other. The stakes have never been higher as the Marvel Universe undergoes a major shift.
The creative team behind Cold War – Part One is Collin Kelly, Jackson Lanzing, Tochi Onyebuchi, and Carlos Magno, with cover art by Patrick Gleason. Marvel Comics has once again delivered a gripping and action-packed storyline that will leave fans on the edge of their seats.
In conclusion, Cold War – Part One is a must-read for anyone invested in the Marvel Universe. With Bucky Barnes at the center of a new revolution, and the fate of our heroes hanging in the balance, this crossover event sets the stage for an exciting new chapter in the Marvel Universe. Get ready for a wild ride!
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The Alliance: Bucky Barnes and the White Wolf's Deadly Move!
Colors - 9
Design - 9
Illustration - 10
Narrative - 10
Subplot - 4
Bucky Barnes has formed an alliance with the White Wolf and Steve Rogers suspects Bucky is behind the abduction of his adopted son, Nomad. Steve calls upon Sam Wilson, Sharon Carter, and Misty Knight to help him uncover the truth. The event leads to a crossover between the Symbol of Truth and the Sentinel of Liberty, causing them to question everything they believe in and each other. The abduction may be related to a portal to Dimension Z opening over a secret battleground in Alaska.
Series: Captain America: Cold War | Illustrated by Carlos Magno, Patrick Gleason