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Captain America: White #0: Review

Dec 2008
Jeph Loeb, Tim Sale

Story Name:

Changing of the Guard

Review & Comments

4 stars

Captain America: White #0 Review by (September 20, 2015)
Comments: Published in 2008, the rest of the series was delayed for years, finally appearing in 2015. This accounting places Camp Lejeune in Virginia and claims that Bucky came up with his nickname when he became Cap’s partner. The film they see is BUCK PRIVATES, released January 31, 1941.

Review: See issue #1 for review.


Synopsis / Summary / Plot

Captain America: White #0 Synopsis by Peter Silvestro

Army Private Steve Rogers and camp mascot James Barnes go to the movies where the youngster thrills to newsreel exploits of Captain America. Later at the camp, he discovers that Steve is Captain America and asks to become his partner. After intensive training with Cap, James is ready for action. Cap gives him a costume and he christens himself “Bucky.” For their first mission as a team they take out a gang of Nazi saboteurs sneaking into the country. Bucky’s reckless enthusiasm nearly gets them killed; Cap rebukes him and Bucky promises to do better. In the present Cap wonders if he went too far—or not far enough—then Bucky might still be alive….

2. “Everything Used to Be Black and White”
Writer: Richard Starkings.
Synopsis: An interview with Jeph Loeb and Tim Sale on Captain America, this project, and his significance.

Tim Sale
Tim Sale
Dave Stewart
Tim Sale (Cover Penciler)
Tim Sale (Cover Inker)
Dave Stewart (Cover Colorist)


Listed in Alphabetical Order.

Captain America
Captain America

(Steve Rogers)

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