Captain America Exposes Himself On Mark Brooks Cover To Secret Empire #0 (NSFW)

Marvel has revealed the cover to Secret Empire #0, by Mark Brooks, through their media partnership with Eisner award winning website CBR. The cover shows Steve Rogers EXPOSED… as an agent of Hydra. What? What did you think we were talking about? It's NSFW because of the Nazi iconography (unless you work in the White House, in which case that's probably okay).

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Secret Empire kicks off in April with the #0 issue, though Rogers won't be revealed as a Hydra agent in the story until issue #1. Written by Nick Spencer, the comic is sure to perform very well, because otherwise Spencer could end up looking foolish. Four artists including Steve McNiven, Andrea Sorrentino, Leinil Yu, and Daniel Acuna have signed onto the book in an attempt to actually produce and ship nine issues by the end of August. Marvel's super-mega-crossover event comics have had trouble shipping on time lately, with both Secret Wars and Civil War 2 being delayed long past the start of the line-wide relaunches that were meant to follow in their aftermath.

Will Secret Empire be able to break the curse? Well, if it does, you won't be able to fill out all the marks on our checklist:

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