The second issue of this mini-series keeps up the pace and the emotion of the first as Cap reminisces about leading Bucky, Fury and the rest of the Howling Commandos on a secret mission into Europe during World War II.  One thing Loeb does incredibly well in this book is to illustrate the close, big brother type of relationship that Cap has with Bucky, and how sometimes it was Bucky doing the looking out for Cap.  The pacing in this issue is also great.  I felt like I was turning pages so fast to see what happened next, and before I knew it I was at the end of the issue.  Sale’s throwback style artwork is still one of the best aspects of the series, and is a really nice homage to Jack Kirby.  I’m really enjoying this book so far and I’m hoping that continues to be the case for the rest of the series.

The Verdict for Captain America: White #2:
5 out of 5

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Stay nerdy, my friends.

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Secret Wars #6
Old Man Logan #5 (Secret Wars Tie-In)
Doctor Strange #1 (All New, All Different Marvel)
RunLoveKill, Volume 1
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