Captain America By Ed Brubaker, Vol. 1 (2011)
Captain America by Ed Brubaker, Vol. 1 (2011)
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3.71 of 5 Votes: 4
ISBN
0785157085 (ISBN13: 9780785157083)
languge
English
publisher
Marvel
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And this is the point in time when I soured on the series. The first six or seven "blasts from the past" felt like those good ol' times come 'round again. And then there was Bucky Cap. And Captain Britain. And all that great ensemble action. But now? It's just "very important and things will never be the same again" but not that important filler material until the next big thing.You know why I loved Fraction and Aja's Hawkeye so much when it first came out? Because not every issue had to be a super serious mission about a bad guy that is totally going to wreck shit apart forever. But then again, maybe I'm just reading the wrong series for that. (I know I am. And I know I'm also talking to myself at this point.) This was really terrible. Not only are the characters completely utterly bland, the art is cringe-worthy and the dialogue laughable, with weirdly emphasized words, which makes for some hilarious times if you read it aloud. So while I'll always have fond memories and some inside jokes because of this, I still think it's pretty awful.(Yup, same review as for Vol 1 and Vol 3. And I do this because it's true for all of them.)
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limira
Great story that brings back the past. Loved the artwork too especially the shield. Awesome!
fifi2223
Not bad. A bit thin. Started well, but became predictable.
jean
It was OK.
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