Is Captain America Still Worthy Enough to Lift Thor's Hammer in Avengers #28? [Preview]

Avengers #28 is in stores from Marvel Comics next week, by Jason Aaron and Ed McGuinness, and we've got a preview of it that we're going to look at with you right now.

Avengers #28 [Preview]

The recap page fills in the details if you're jumping on this issue. Why would you jump in on this issue? Maybe you've never seen a Marvel comic with a number as high as 28. It's a novelty.

Avengers #28 [Preview]

In any case, while the preview provides a flashback to a Galactus heralds reunion…

Avengers #28 [Preview]

…we'll just let you know that the Avengers are having a really bad time in space right now.

Avengers #28 [Preview]

In particular, Captain America, who's been stuck in a room with Thor for days as he struggled to prevent himself from turning into a brood. Spoiler: it didn't work.

Avengers #28 [Preview]

And it looks like Cap is going to have no choice but to pick up Thor's hammer himself. But can he? The old Cap, sure. But this is the Cap who's been tarred by the stink of Secret Empire. Even before that, the Cap who was behaving like a fascist prick during Avengers vs. X-Men. Sure, he was worthy once. But is he still worthy?

We'll find out when Avengers #28 hits stores on Wednesday, we suppose.

AVENGERS #28
OCT191022
(W) Jason Aaron (A/CA) Ed McGuinness
STARBRAND REBORN PART TWO: THE DRAWING OF THE HERALDS!
A mysterious new wielder of the all-powerful, cosmic super-weapon the Starbrand has arisen inside a space prison the size of a galaxy, drawing the attention of Earth's Mightiest Heroes, along with some of the most powerful figures from beyond the stars. Behold the coming of the Three Heralds. Also, Thor is a Brood now…
Rated T+
In Shops: Dec 18, 2019
SRP: $3.99

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