Steve Rogers might be the sentinel of liberty in name, but his actions have been anything but patriotic.
In ComicBook.com's exclusive preview of Captain America Steve Rogers #11, Rogers is faced with the ramifications of those actions, namely his hand in the death of Jack Flag. His words take on even more meaning after last week's The Oath, where fans learned that he does remember his previous life.
Fans also learned in that issue that the vision of Roger's death wasn't necessarily averted. Rogers mentions that he witnessed the entire vision, which showed the government being overthrown by a newly reenergized Hydra. While Cap and Skull's methods are different, their end goal seems to be the same, and Cap will use any means to make sure it comes to pass.
Captain America Steve Rogers is written by Nick Spencer with art by Jesus Saiz. Inking is Scott Hanna with coloring from Rachelle Rosenberg and lettering from VC's Caramagna. The regular cover was drawn by Paul Renaud with a special variant cover by Joe Jusko. You can view the official description of the issue below, and catch an exclusive preview of the book below
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