Captain America Vs Cable TV White Supremacists in New Marvel Comic

As announced today, Marvel has unveiled a new, Marvel Unlimited app with a new Infinity Comics – or Mar-Vertical – lineup. Comics told using the Webtoon format and exclusive to the app. And that includes a bunch of new titles, such as a new Captain America series by Jay Edidin and Nico Leon, currently on the Marvel Unlimited App. And it is rather political.

Captain America: Steve Rogers has one mission: To save liberty against a racing clock. A violent group has taken possession of the Liberty Bell—and demanded an audience with America's Sentinel of Liberty! Creators Jay Edidin and Nico Leon present this thriller that pushes Steve Rogers to the outer limits of his resolve.

With Captain America internally monologuing about how everything in his life, including washing his shield in soap and water, is considered a political statement.

Captain America Vs Cable TV White Supremacists in New Marvel Comic

Captain America Vs Cable TV White Supremacists in New Marvel Comic

And has him brought in by the US government to deal with Sons Of Hancock, a new far right- white supremacist group that is currently kicking over the internet but a lot more.

Captain America Vs Cable TV White Supremacists in New Marvel Comic

They have a central figure, politician-turned-cable-TV-news polemecist who is leading the group/

Captain America Vs Cable TV White Supremacists in New Marvel Comic

With a reference to something very similar to the Flag Of Confederate States…

Captain America Vs Cable TV White Supremacists in New Marvel Comic

With plenty of history to play with , diving into the USA's past…

Captain America Vs Cable TV White Supremacists in New Marvel Comic

And they want a sit-down with Captain America…

Captain America Vs Cable TV White Supremacists in New Marvel Comic

And somehow, somewhere, somewhen, it ends up getting rather patriotic-challenging… with the comic in question launching with this imagery…

Captain America Vs Cable TV White Supremacists in New Marvel Comic

Well-timed for two days before 9/11? Probably…

Captain America Vs Cable TV White Supremacists in New Marvel Comic

Marvel intends to roll out new Infinity Comics issues every week, and are currently available with plans to roll out new issues on a weekly basis. For now, Infinity Comics are only available on the Marvel Unlimited apps, with web readers to follow. The price has also risen to $9.99 a month or $69 a year or he "annual plus" for $99 year and has a few extra perks, including membership kits, promises of in-person event invites, and a 10-percent discount code at Disney's online shop. In addition to the redesign, Marvel Unlimited is including a new subscription tier. The "annual plus" subscription costs $99 a year and has a few extra perks, including membership kits, promises of in-person event invites, and a 10-percent discount code at Disney's online shop.

 

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About Rich Johnston

Founder of Bleeding Cool. The longest-serving digital news reporter in the world, since 1992. Author of The Flying Friar, Holed Up, The Avengefuls, Doctor Who: Room With A Deja Vu, The Many Murders Of Miss Cranbourne, Chase Variant. Lives in South-West London, works from Blacks on Dean Street, shops at Piranha Comics. Father of two. Political cartoonist.
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