Marvel sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of Captain America Corps #1 that arrives in June.

CAPTAIN AMERICA CORPS #1 (of 5) (APR110583)
Written by ROGER STERN
Penciled by PHILIPPE BRIONES
Cover by PHIL JIMENEZ
When bedlam breaks loose in a dystopic America, the Watcher calls together the nation’s greatest team to save our nation and the world! Steve Rogers, Bucky Barnes, U.S.Agent, American Dream, and Commander A must band together to cut the American public loose from the malicious control of Americommand. But can the Sentinel of Libertys, led by Steve and Bucky, work with one another before it’s too late?

Captain America Corps #1 arrives June 15, 2011 and has a cover price of $2.99.

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14 Comments

    • It would have to be an “alternate reality” type deal instead of Batman, Inc. since those persons are from different eras/realities. But, yeah, they do seem to be mirroring Steve Rogers and Bruce Wayne a lot in the last couple of years.

    • From what Stern has said about the project, it’s Captain America’s answer for Avengers Forever. Nothing at all like Batman Inc.

  1. I have hopes for this, but I’ll admit that when I saw the title, I flinched at the possibility of furthering the Batman/Cap parallels.

    As it stands, though, looks good.

  2. Deadpool Corps minus Deadpool.

    I like the idea of using the MC2 version of American Dream in a story, and I like any story which lengthens Bucky’s time as Cap, but otherwise I’m not so sure about it’s chances.

    Now if they included Colonel America from Marvel Zombies that would be different . . .

  3. Let’s see.

    We have the Aesgardian Hammer Corps

    Moon Knight, Inc (I think; aka “Moonies, Inc.”)

    Now the Capt. America Corps?! Really?!

    It’ll probably be a good story, but just on first impressions, sheesh!

  4. gilberto nieves on

    this is not batman inc. this is more along the lines of thor corps. i’m looking forward to it.

  5. So is the huge Captain America supposed to be Black Goliath as a Captain? Cause that’d look pretty cool.

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