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Captain America's Future Takes a Page from Arrow's Playbook

Marvel's "Captain of Nothing" storyline will push on into March with the release of Captain America #9.

This issue is likely to remind fans of the currently-ongoing seventh season of The CW's Arrow, as Steve Rogers will find himself in a Supermax-esque situation, being thrown behind bars and forced to fend for himself against a myriad of violent criminals who may have a bone or two to pick with Captain America.

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Without his costume or his trademark shield, Cap certainly has his work cut out for him. But if there's one thing we know for certain about the Star Spangled Man with a Plan, it's that he's nothing if not resilient.

Written by Ta-Nehisi Coates with art by Adam Kubert, Captain America #9 is slated to hit comic shops in March 2019. The full solicitation information, as well as Alex Ross' cover, can be found below:

CAPTAIN AMERICA #9

  • TA-NEHISI COATES (W) ADAM KUBERT (A)
  • Cover by ALEX ROSS
  • SPIDER-MAN VILLAINS VARIANT Cover by PASQUAL FERRY
  • CAPTAIN OF NOTHING continues!
  • No costume, no shield, trapped behind bars with a thousand villains and killers who’d like nothing more than to see him dead, Steve Rogers fights back — and he can do it all day!
  • 32 PGS./Rated T+ …$3.99

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