Tim Sale and Jeph Loeb are reuniting this September for an all new installment of their “color” series, this time featuring Captain America in Captain America White #1

“This is a very special project to me, something that I can honestly say is a career highlight,” says series editor Mark Paniccia speaking with Marvel.com. “Jeph and Tim put their hearts and souls into this series had have produced – along with color guru Dave Stewart and the design geniuses at Comiccraft – what I think is the best of their iconic collaborations.”

Here is how Marvel is describing the project:

Peel back the layers of Steve Rogers with this untold tale of Captain America, as he defended the world from the forces of evil, and met a young man named Bucky Barnes who would change his life forever. Jeph Loeb & Tim Sale’s combination of in-depth characterization and high stakes action take on one of Captain America’s most dangerous missions of all!

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I’ve enjoyed the duo’s other works in this line, so I think Captain America White will be right up my alley.

via Marvel


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  1. Dan Langsdale on

    Wasn’t this originally supposed to be coming out way back when Spider-man: Blue and Daredevil: Yellow came out? It’s good to see that its time has finally come around again! I’m quite looking forward to its release. I think Steve Rogers is a good candidate to have the kind of introspective look at his early years that this creative team have made their signature style.

  2. Good to see this project finally come to fruition, but, man, that title has become mega awkward in the time since it was conceived. Especially since this is likely to be the only Steve-as-Cap series on sale when it hits.

  3. All I can think is… Captain America White… So no more Falcon Captain then?

    Cause, you know… He’s black…

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