This page summarizes Berkeley Place’s coverage of Captain America.
We’ve read nearly every issue of his solo book, and published a panel (or two) from those issues on this site.
Below you’ll see my ratings of the various runs followed by links to my coverage of issues, by number.
Captain America Volumes 1-6*
*Numbering reset to #1 several times in this run, but eventually would return to Volume 1 numbering.
Stan Lee and Jack Kirby. Grade: B+
Stan Lee and Jim Steranko. Grade: A. Jim Steranko’s artwork is revelatory, and completely changes the tone and feel of the book.
Stan Lee and John Romita, Sr. Grade: B-. 114
Stan Lee and Gene Colan. Grade: B.
115-118 (first appearance of Falcon), 119 (second appearance of MODOK), 121, 122, 123-125, 126-127, 128-129 (Cap has PTSD), 130, 131-133, 134-143 (Colan leaves at issue #137) (title switches to Captain
America and the Falcon with #134)
us writers/arists (fill in). Grade: C
Steve Englehart and (mostly) Sal Buscema. Grade: A
Fill in creators. Grade: C-. 187-192
Jack Kirby. Grade: A-.
Fill ins. Grade: B-.
J.M. DeMatteis and (mostly) Mike Zeck. Grade: A-
307, 308 (first appearance of Armadillo), 309, 310-311, 312-316 (Death of MODOK), 317, 318, 319-320, 321-322, 325, 327, 328-331 (first appearance of D-Man), 332, 333, 334, 338, 341, 344, 350, 351, 361
(first appearance Crossbones), 362, 363-364, 370, 371-378, 379-412, 413
(first MODAM), 414-443 (end of Gruenwald’s run)
Captain America Volume 7
Rick Remender and John Romita, Jr. (up to #10), others. Grade: B
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