Captain America becomes king of the future in April’s Captain America #700

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Once upon a time Stever Rogers, the star-spangled hero known as Captain America, became a man out of time after he was trapped in ice during World War II. Found and thawed out by the Avengers, he became a hero in the modern day and has long led or been a member of those Avengers keeping the Marvel Universe safe.

This spring to celebrate 700 issues, Steve will become a man out of time once more but this time he won’t just be a hero in the future, he’ll be a king. Marvel Comics has announced the upcoming Captain America storyline “Out of Time,” beginning in issue #698, will conclude in an oversized issue 700 from Mark Waid, Chris Samnee, Matt Wilson and Joe Caramagna.

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Frozen in time, awakened in a decimated future and once again a man out of his era, there is only one way for Steve Rogers to restore order and rebuild civilization—and that’s to rule it as King Captain America!

“No dream, no hoax, no lie, this IS Cap and this IS happening!” said SVP and Executive Editor Tom Brevoort. “Guest-starring the Thing and the Hulk (or as much as is left of them), it’s a celebration of 700 issues of star-spangled adventure! Plus, Mark Waid delivers an untold tale from Captain America’s past, featuring the classic artwork of Jack Kirby!”

Captain America #700 arrives in April.

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CAPTAIN AMERICA #700
Written by MARK WAID
Art and Cover by CHRIS SAMNEE
Variant Covers by JIM LEE and JIM STERANKO
On-Sale 4/4/18

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