Tag: Captain America

REVIEW: Captain America #3

Cap 3 feature Captain America #3 sends Cap off to Wakanda in search of allies in the face of the Power Elite’s ominous
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REVIEW: The Life of Captain Marvel #1

The Life of Captain Marvel #1 The best thing about Margaret Stohl's "The Life of Captain Marvel #1" is that it doesn’t feel or read like a first issue in a new series.
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REVIEW: Captain America #1

Captain America returns to face the consequences of Secret Empire in Captain America #1, the layered and compelling first issue in Ta’Nehisi Coates’s Winter in America Part 1 arc.
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REVIEW: Captain America #704

Jack Rogers’ risky gambit, playing the Kree and Red Skull off each other, is a bold move but will he survive long enough to save his son?
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REVIEW: Captain America #703

Captain America #703 proves that even hundreds of years in the future, Rogers is still the man with the plan.
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REVIEW: Avengers #2

Avengers #2 looks great, gives us more Loki and has a smooth flow making it a pleasant read.
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REVIEW: Captain America #702

What kind of hero is needed in a world where the ills of disease, war, and poverty seem to have been cured?
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In Defense of a “Good” Man

Steve Rogers battles to stay a good man, despite the pressure to be the perfect soldier, the perfect Avenger, the perfect weapon in someone else’s war.
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REVIEW: Exiles #3

Saladin Ahmed and the artistic crew, deliver a rollicking and rambunctious story. It’s a perfect introduction of Cap into the
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REVIEW: Avengers #1

Jason Aaron delivers a classic Avengers feel mixed with high stakes that only Earth's Mightiest Heroes can possibly handle.
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