Captain America: Symbol of Truth #2

Marvel Comics

Written by Tochi Onyebuchi

Art by R.B. Silva

Colors by Jesus Aburtov

Letters by Joe Caramagna

The Rundown: Sam’s mission takes him to Latveria as Joaquin discovers something dangerous.

Sam Wilson will need some answers about the train of migrants that he intercepted and what they have to do with super soldier serum components. After traveling to Latveria, he finds the person he’s looking for, Deadpool. As the two find themselves fighting their way out of a secret base, Sam learns more about what the bad guys are really after and its connection to Wakanda.

At the same time, Joaquin visits with his cousin who is being treated at a black site with the other migrants. After learning more about what happened to them, he goes to see the surviving hijacker only to find himself in a firefight that forces him to escape with his cousin. All the while, the mastermind behind everything watches and prepares for his next move.

The Story: Onyebuchi delivers some great character moments and action throughout the story. The mystery within the story continues to be compelling and intriguing. I like how the villains are being used in the story as well as how the story is getting broader and more engaging as things get personal with Joaquin. I love the tone of the story itself and was excited with how the story ended and excited for what comes next.

The Art: Silva delivers some beautifully detailed art throughout the story. The action is visually thrilling and I love the contrast in both sides of the story and the visual style for both.

Captain America: Symbol of Truth #2

9.3

9.3/10

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