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Dimension Z continues!

"Remember their faces, their families. Remember what they love. Learn how to turn it against them. "

Arnim Zola's ambitions leave Captain America stranded in the upside-down territory known as Dimension Z.

Steve has saved the life of Zola's son, but can he keep him alive?

Who are the barbarians of Phrox and what are their intentions for Steve and his new ward?

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Trapped in Dimension Z 0

Captain America has became one of my favourite characters over the last few years, mainly due to Ed Brubaker's run. I am however happy that someone as talented as Rick Remender has taken over from him. Remender has truly been one of the writers that I have enjoyed reading from over the last year, and I'd say he's been the best writer overall over the last year, along side Scott Snyder.PlotThis issue is set 1 year after the first, and Captain America is still in Dimension Z. He has looked after I...

8 out of 8 found this review helpful.

Star Wars And Captain America Make A Good Mix. 0

Yup, form the dark themes, the tragic flashbacks and caps new friend, we can clearly see that this book has definitely Remender's mark on it. i'll admit i was kind of skeptical about the whole extra dimensional themes, especially since we haven't seen cap involved something like this before, but damn, one of Rick Remender strong suits are undoubtedly introducing new and exciting elements to the book. The story is amazing, cap and his new friend called Ian are on a quest for survival, and we see ...

8 out of 8 found this review helpful.

Continues to be a fun read 0

The first issue of this series was good in writing in was excellent in art it wasn’t so good and had problems but I was enjoying the story immensely and was excited for this series and hoped the art would be better than the last issue.Plot1 year after Captain America is lost in Dimension Z he and Ian are camping out in Dimension Z they need food and have to start moving before a sandstorm hit. Soon after they start moving they are attacked by some of the natives of Dimension Z. In 1926 Steve Rog...

5 out of 5 found this review helpful.
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