In Captain America #5, a major casualty from the Secret Empire event is undone and a great villain returns to life to torment Steve Rogers.
Frank Castle has returned to New York City, only to discover that Marvel's heroes are out to make him pay for his Secret Empire betrayal.
Four months after the end of Secret Empire, Tales of Suspense #100 finally starts tugging at some of the loose threads the event left behind.
Mark Waid and Chris Samnee's first Legacy issue of Captain America re-situates Steve Rogers in a post-Secret Empire Marvel Universe.
Secret Empire had a lot to say about the identity and legacy of Steve Rogers within the Marvel Universe, but does it fit in the ongoing narrative of Captain America?
The Avengers regroup after the harrowing crisis of Secret Empire.finding new friendships and purpose among the team.
Nick Spencer's epilog postulates the notion of a lingering climate even after a leadership change – in the Marvel Universe and real world.
Secret Empire author Nick Spencer dishes on his reasoning for having Frank Castle side with Hydra Cap in his recently-concluded event series.
Secret Empire is over, but the X-Men, Punisher, Winter Soldier and more will reel from the events repercussions for months to come.
Secret Empire writer Nick Spencer discusses the pivotal event, the importance of Omega and Captain Americas' Generations one-shot.
Hydra Cap is down, but not out, as secret Empire: Omega hints at what lies ahead for the evil Captain America.
Even with Hydra defeated at the conclusion of Secret Empire, Baron Zemo won't give up his new friendship with Captain America so easily.
Nick Spencer opens up about Secret Empire's Marvel Universe aftermath, Steve Rogers' Hydra Allies, and much more.
Secret Empire's finale saw Marvel's heroes throw down and defeat Fascist Captain America, all thanks to an unknown Inhuman's ability to vomit.