Captain America #1

    Captain America » Captain America #1 - Castaway in Dimension Z, Chapter One released by Marvel on January 2, 2013.

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    Thrust into a bizarre, inhospitable world far from home, the all-new, high-adventure, mind-melting, tough-as-nails, sci-fi, pulp-fantasy era of Captain America is NOW! With no country and no allies, what's left for the Sentinel of Liberty to protect? The Saga of Dimension Z begins here!



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    Cap's 90th Birthday 0

    This was the Marvel NOW! series I was most sceptical about. I love Rick Remender's work in general, especially on Uncanny X-Force, and Venom, but following such a great run left by Ed Brubaker, which has been the best Captain America run I have ever read I wasn't sure that even Remender's skills could top this.PlotThis issue starts with a flash back showing Captain America's mother getting beat up by his father. It then cuts to the present where we see Captain America taking down the Green Skull...

    9 out of 9 found this review helpful.

    Solid start. 0

    Captain America is a great character he doesn’t have truly astonishing powers but he will but himself in front of a gun for anyone and is a true patriot and Hero. He’s had some great runs over the years and none more so than Ed Brubaker’s run which was one of my personal favourites so any writer taking over from him has a got to do something pretty spectacular to follow it but that writer is Rick Remender so it will obviously be good.PlotWe start off in the depression with Steve’s parent who are...

    6 out of 6 found this review helpful.

    Ecologize that! 0

    I like first issues just like every other regular guy, especially when the first issue introduces new elements and new experiences to the characters. Interdimensional Cap fits the shoes size perfectly to me. Zola and his children are also great new things to entertain. It's hard not to like a first issue helmed by Rick Remender, a writer that sells gold even when he begins the issue with scenes from the past (and what shocking this was! domestic violence is always traumatic, but like his momma s...

    4 out of 4 found this review helpful.
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