As Mark Waid’s time writing Captain America draws closer to an end, the writer isn’t planning to let his finale conclude with anything other than the same fast-paced, thought-provoking touch that he’s left on his entire run. In our exclusive preview of Captain America #702, hitting newsstands next Wednesday, Waid–accompanied by a creative team of artists Leonardo Romero (whose work on Hawkeye just scored a well-deserved Eisner nomination), Rod Reis, and Howard Chaykin, colorists Jordie Bellaire and Jesus Aburtov, and letterer Joe Caramagna–continues to exam the legacy of the Star-Spangled Avenger across time and the ages.
Read on, and consider how we can persuade Marvel to give us the Rod Reis- or Leonardo Romero-penciled Captain America miniseries that these pages clearly show needs to happen
Captain America #702 goes on sale this Wednesday, May 16th, from Marvel Comics.
From the official issue description:
The quest to save his son leads Jack Rogers into the bowels of the Earth, far from the idyllic surface — and a meeting with the descendant of another notable Marvel hero!