- Series: Winter Soldier
- Paperback: 344 pages
- Publisher: Marvel (September 23, 2014)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0785190651
- ISBN-13: 978-0785190653
- Product Dimensions: 6.8 x 0.5 x 10.2 inches
- Shipping Weight: 1.3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- Average Customer Review: 35 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #55,813 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Winter Soldier by Ed Brubaker: The Complete Collection Paperback – September 23, 2014
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The only real difference is that Bucky is now wearing his old Winter Soldier uniform and he doesn't interact with as many recognizable faces as we saw in the other run. The reason being that nobody is supposed to know he's still alive after the events of Fear Itself.
Great collection, highly recommended, though you ought to do your homework with the other Brubaker stuff I mentioned before you dive into this.
It's a great place to get started and the only thing you'll regret about your purchase is that you'll be hooked and need more money for more books.
Brubaker here feels like he’s treading water, making deadlines, and just trying to find a new wrinkle in old plots just to keep making his commitments (and I suspect this is closer to the truth than any of us want to think about given that he walked away from Marvel after this book). I’m not saying it’s a bad book. Brubaker ism much too good to ever be bad. But this book got lost in a vortex of muddy, dark colors (I really don’t understand the Butch Guice appeal) and over complicated plots that almost any similar character could have been plugged into.
I get why so many NEW comic readers would read this book and get excited. But for those of us who spent years reading Captain America and Bucky’s journey there, this tile (and frankly everything Marvel has mishandled with Winter Soldier since Brubaker left) leaves a bit of a bad taste.
Which makes it worse when you consider how much GOOD there is here. I am highly invested in the Bucky and Widow and relationship (something I hope the movies emulate). I just wish they’d done more when they had a book all to themselves. I was hoping for what Bucky did on his day off in this book, you know? Instead Bucky still feels like a guest star in Captain’s book.
I HIGHLY recommend everybody read Brubaker’s Captain America: Winter Soldier run. And then everything after that. It’s all great stuff.
But also Nathan Edmunson’s BLACK WIDOW run. And ESPECIALLY Marjorie Liu’s X-23, which is an amazing and overlooked series. These are examples of what these solo books could be (also Bucky and a still amnesia stricken Widow meet again in the Widow series).