Captain America, by Ed Brubaker, Volume 1

Captain America by Ed Brubaker Volume Best selling Cap writer Ed Brubaker and superstar artist Steve McNiven bring you the next huge chapter in Steve Rogers life and it s a perfect jumping on point for fans of the Cap movie A funeral for

  • Title: Captain America, by Ed Brubaker, Volume 1
  • Author: Ed Brubaker Steve McNiven Clayton Cowles Giuseppe Camuncoli Mark Morales Jay Leisten Dexter Vines Matteo Buffagni
  • ISBN: 9780785157083
  • Page: 198
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Best selling Cap writer Ed Brubaker and superstar artist Steve McNiven bring you the next huge chapter in Steve Rogers life, and it s a perfect jumping on point for fans of the Cap movie A funeral for a fallen friend turns into a race against time as the original Captain America makes his explosive return Find out the secrets of the mission that went wrong in WWII, andBest selling Cap writer Ed Brubaker and superstar artist Steve McNiven bring you the next huge chapter in Steve Rogers life, and it s a perfect jumping on point for fans of the Cap movie A funeral for a fallen friend turns into a race against time as the original Captain America makes his explosive return Find out the secrets of the mission that went wrong in WWII, and why old friends are now old enemies It s all out Cap action and history the way you like it,in a cage match for your comic reading pleasure.Collecting Captain America 1 5

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    1. Cap’s being targeted by another blast from the past. This time it’s a fellow soldier and former ally called Bravo that got left behind on a WW2 mission and has somehow survived to the present day - and is now allied with Hydra! This is a decent Captain America book but I think Ed Brubaker’s gone back to the well of WW2 and brought back a new forgotten character/nemesis of Cap’s one too many times at this point. It’s also hard to care about the latest person from yesteryear with a grudg [...]

    2. This is a bucket of original recipe Captain America with Steve Rogers back in his old uniform and teaming up with Version 1.0 Nick Fury instead of V2.0 Ultimate Samuel L. Jackson.Rogers, Fury and Sharon Carter are attending the funeral of an old friend when they’re attacked by a man that Steve recognizes from his World War II days. A botched mission from back then has come back to bite them, and they find themselves up against a former ally as well as elements of Hydra. It’s getting seriousl [...]

    3. My first Captain America comic ever. And it was awesome!Brubaker is known for his crime comics, and this is no exception. Well, with the exception of alternate dimensions. I guess that's new. But Cap is a time traveler, so that's not a stretch. At any rate, this is action packed. There are great twists and moments of suspense. And the dialog is top notch. Most of all, it made me care for Steve Rogers' character and his complex history. Steve McNiven is cinematic. His illustrations are from the s [...]

    4. Yet another reboot of the Captain America franchise, a book you will most likely read in one sitting, for the 2 following reasons: (1) the story is good, albeit with the by-now-overly familiar Brubaker touch of yet-another-hidden/forgotten chapter in Steve Rogers' life, this time with a hint of Christopher Nolan's Inception thrown in; and (2) the book looks absolutely amazing - in fact that is what elevates it to four stars.Check it out if you like, but I would advise not getting too drawn in to [...]

    5. This new volume of Captain America is a chance for Ed Brubaker to get back to the brilliant work he was doing when he began writing about this character. Brubaker's grasp of Cap is superb - Captain America is a hero through and through, with a supporting cast to take care of moral complexity and vulnerability, and with a long history from which to draw for organic story ideas. McNiven's art is beautiful, with great facial expressions and clean action scenes.The story here is that someone from Ca [...]

    6. I thinke story was good, but I'm having a problem with Captain America.Reading this guy is like dating a lady who's really not over her ex. Everything is about the past.It's always, "Um, by the way, I forgot to mention something" or "When will these ghosts from my tumultuous past stop haunting my present!?"With the girlfriend, it's not stuff that's as exciting as a giant Captain America android wrecking up the city. But still, at some point we need to start living in the present, making decision [...]

    7. Being out of comics for decades, this was recommended as a nice start to Captain America without going back to the Siler Age books. In any event i enjoyed the introduction to this long story which as I understand goes through five volumes of omnibus which I plan on trying to find to read the remainder of the story arc.

    8. McNiven is a fine superhero comics artist. The collaboration with Brubaker on this set of stories is quite good. Still ends on a cliffhanger I had read these stories in individual issues and still enjoyed rereading them.Recommended.

    9. Captain America has always appealed to me because while he is a super hero, he's not Superman. He's faster, stronger, smarter than the average person, but he's still human. He doesn't fly around, and he's not invulnerable. His stories have always had a more realistic feel to them than some superheroes for that reason.However, Cap just isn't made for this type of story, at least in my opinion. This is a really far out science fiction type tale, and while it was entertaining, it just didn't seem l [...]

    10. My first Marvel graphic book!!! I basically know nothing about Marvel other than the movies so this has been nice. I didn't even know there was a Sharon Carter in the Marvel universe hahaOkay the reason I gave it 3 stars is basically because the book is kinda confusing, with all the flashbacks and stuff. Other than that it's great.I have a few more to read so hopefully they won't be as confusing :)

    11. Yay. Steve is back as Captain America. Poor Jimmy Jupiter. How is Dum Dum able to stay young? Or not look really old. Isn't he around the same age as Peggy? RIP Peggy Carter. It is weird seeing a white Nick Fury not a black Nick Fury.

    12. This is my first Captain America comic, and I really enjoyed it. I was first introduced to Cap's character in the MCU movie, "The Avengers"; I'd been infatuated with Robert Downey Jr. and Iron Man (um, still am), and hadn't given Cap much notice. It wasn't until the Winter Soldier movie came out that I decided to go back and watch the first so I could see them both. Somehow my Chris Evans/Steve Rogers infatuation was latent, but here I am! And to think I was missing out all this time (Truly a tr [...]

    13. I haven't read a Captain America book that was this good in quite a while. It is action packed, and fast paced with out a lot of pointless dialogue that doesn't have anything to do with the story, which I have found some wordy comics to have. Dimension hopping kid creates portals for Allies to transport and sneak up on Hydra, but something happens and they get trapped in this world.

    14. 3.75 starsI really enjoyed this. The story was action packed, interesting and easy to follow for someone who hasn't read a ton of Captain America comics before.The art was really nice, it matched and flowed with the story nicely.I've enjoyed everything I've read by Ed Brubaker so far and I will definitely be continuing on with this arc as well as picking up more by him.

    15. I really enjoyed this one lots of classic Captain America action with a little bit of a twist in the storyline he's not exactly where he thinks he is and an old comrade in arms who has been lost for decades returns for revenge.

    16. Villains from Steve's past in the 1940s have appeared in the present, leaving pretty much everyone in danger. I loved the WW2 flashbacks with Peggy, I love Sharon and her kickassness, I love the Queen and Codename: Bravo plot. Fun stuff.

    17. Okay, it was a good adventure and all, but why the flippity frick frak is Cap doing romance with Peggy's niece?!!!!!!!!!!!?????? hOW IS THIS NOT CREEPY

    18. Collects Captain America issues #1-5I picked up this volume because I had heard so much about Ed Brubaker's well-regarded run on "Captain America." I have never read the original "Winter Soldier" storyline, and I was excited to get there. I saw "Ed Brubaker" and "Volume 1," so with little research I assumed this was the right starting place. Unfortunately, this is Volume 1 of the re-launch. By the time of this story, Steve has already left the role of Cap, and returned to it. So, while I enjoyed [...]

    19. Not sure about some of the ‘derivative’ comments concerning Brubakers run here. His Cap run has mined the WW2 aspect consistently, adding a lot to the mythos, and I’m more than happy about that.This collection sees a nice blend of then and now, as a mission that went badly wrong back in the War comes back to haunt Nick Fury and Cap, as people thought long gone return. Though not as nuanced as some of Brubakers previous Cap run, its good stuff, plenty to enjoy, and a nice little cameo from [...]

    20. A really good Cap adventure that was like a throwback to an issue from the 70's or 80's. I'm not sure what I liked better - the melancholy references to his time in WWII or having Howling Commando vets Nick Fury (the original two-fisted, cigar-chomping, salt-and-pepper / five o'clock shadow, Hell's Kitchen native version of the character - not that I have an issue with Samuel L though) and 'Dum Dum' Dugan along side him in action.

    21. There's not really such a thing as a BAD Brubaker book, but with all that genius and great stuff, I suppose every once in a while there's going to be something that's just OK/Good.This is a good start, with Cap/Sharon Carter/Nick Fury and Dum Dum Dugan in Paris for the funeral of Peggy Carter. There's the blast from the past character who Sharon keeps bugging the boys to tell her about, and finally it comes out the man in question (Codename: Bravo) was an ally during WWII who was thought lost fo [...]

    22. Someone said, about Cap v6, that Brubaker finally got to do what he wanted to do with Cap, minus the whole Major Marvel Event thing, and that rings pretty true for me here. Steve's back fighting HYDRA agents and there's lots of flashbacks to The War, and Sharon is miraculously free of trauma while Bucky is barely mentioned. It was harder for me to get emotionally invested in this, I think, because even in Secret Avengers Steve was doing something different than before. In v5, what made it intere [...]

    23. This was my first time reading a Captain America comic and I have to say I thoroughly enjoyed it! So that everyone knows, I read this on my Kindle and the artwork came across very clear and crisp. If there was any need for clarity, a quick double tap on the panel made everything zoom a bit.It's difficult for me to review this particular item because I'm unfamiliar with Superhero comics. I can say that the story kept me engrossed and I quickly moved on to the second volume. It was an easy jump fr [...]

    24. Captain America after Steve Rogers' resumption of the title has gone drastically downhill. It's decent espionage-ish superheroics, I guess, but the characterization is flat and the plotting unsurprising. There's nothing here that hasn't been done better before, often by Brubaker himself.Post-Rogers resurrection Sharon Carter continues to be a cipher.In retrospect, it seems very clear that what makes Brubaker's run so distinctive is Bucky Barnes -- the Rogers storylines derive much of their tensi [...]

    25. Do I really need to describe how good Ed Brubaker's Captain America stories are? He has been writing the character for over 5 years, and shows no sign of stopping yet - and thank god for that.This is Cap at his best - action, intrigue, the supporting characters you know and love, a compelling plotline and inventive new villain (though I do wonder how many more friends/foes they can drag up from the Second World War), and not only is this a great opening arc to a new series of Cap, but it serves [...]

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