The cover for Captain America: Sentinel of Liberty #10 provides a first look at a monstrous new version of M.O.D.O.K.
Captain America is about to face off against a monstrous new version of the Mental Organism Designed Only for Killing, better known to comic fans as M.O.D.O.K.
The cover of Captain America: Sentinel of Liberty #10, illustrated by Carmen Carnero, showcases M.O.D.O.C., the Mental Organism Designed Only for Control, Captain America’s latest threat as he and his team of Invaders continue their battle against the Outer Circle and A.I.M. (Advanced Idea Mechanics). The issue is written by Collin Kelly and Jackson Lanzing, and illustrated by Carnero.
CAPTAIN AMERICA: SENTINEL OF LIBERTY #10
- COLLIN KELLY & JACKSON LANZING (W) • CARMEN CARNERO (A/C)
- Variant Cover by DAVID MACK
- Captain America and the new Invaders are caught in the excruciating clutches of M.O.D.O.C., the Mental Organism Designed Only for Control. Can they escape before the Outer Circle completes its takeover of Manhattan – and acquires a weapon that could change the course of history? No matter what, one of them won’t make it out alive…
- 32 PGS./Rated T+ …$3.99
Captain America vs. the Outer Cricle
The pages of Captain America: Sentinel of Liberty have seen the Star-Spangled Avenger facing off against the Outer Circle, a secret cabal of operatives who have shaped the history of the Marvel Universe for decades. After staying hidden for years, their anonymity was shattered by Steve Rogers, whose shield led him directly to the shadowy organization. Steve also discovered that the Outer Circle is partially responsible for turning Bucky Barnes into the Winter Soldier, setting up yet another clash between the two best friends.
While Steve Rogers has been battling the Outer Circle in Sentinel of Liberty, Sam Wilson / Captain America has been starring in his own book, Captain America: Symbol of Truth, where he has stopped a terror attack from occurring in Wakanda, clashed with T’Challa / Black Panther and is now on the hunt to find the murderer of President Jani Schonland of Mohannda.
Steve and Sam’s stories will collide this April in “Cold War,” an upcoming crossover from the House of Ideas. The event kicked off this past November in Captain America & the Winter Soldier Special #1, which gave Bucky a new mission and a new look. “It’s the climax of the first two years of both books,” Lanzing said, teasing that both Captain America series will be dramatically different after the crossover’s conclusion.