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It's super-soldier versus super-soldier as Cap and Nuke throw down. With Captain America being pushed to his limits, there's no telling which soldier will come out standing. Superstar dream team of Jason Aaron and Ron Garney tell an explosive tale you won't be able to put down!



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Review: Ultimate Captain America #4 0

Captain America gets all "Ultimate" and beats up Frank Simpson in the conclusion to this mini-series.The Good I usually am not the biggest fan of an issue that's almost completely dedicated to fighting, but surprisingly, this issue not only flows incredibly well, but the fight scenes are really cool. Major props to artist Ron Garney for making this issue feel incredibly cinematic.Towards the end, there is an amazing splash page of Captain America hitting Simpson with a huge uppercut. It's the c...

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This is the clash of ideals, which America will be left standing: the vision of a madman, reduced to shreds of his humanity, that only can see death, betray and destruction, or the vision of a good man, that doesn´t see all in black and white, but has a perpsective that in order of a greater good, some tough choices and sacrifices must be made - this clash doesn´t sum up only in words, since there´s a big brawl between Simpson and Rogers - oh, and Rogers plays dirty, very dirty - the thing about...

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