Captain America: Marvel Knights Vol. 1

Captain America Marvel Knights Vol Captain America gets the critically acclaimed Marvel Knights treatment In the aftermath of Captain America already a man out of time must adjust once again to a terrifying new global landscape F

  • Title: Captain America: Marvel Knights Vol. 1
  • Author: John Ney Rieber Chuck Austen John Cassaday Trevor Hairsine Jae Lee
  • ISBN: 9780785196334
  • Page: 430
  • Format: Paperback
  • Captain America gets the critically acclaimed Marvel Knights treatment In the aftermath of 9 11, Captain America already a man out of time must adjust once again to a terrifying new global landscape From the ruins of the World Trade Center to the horrors of a small town rocked by terrorism, the star spangled super soldier is forced to consider what it means to be theCaptain America gets the critically acclaimed Marvel Knights treatment In the aftermath of 9 11, Captain America already a man out of time must adjust once again to a terrifying new global landscape From the ruins of the World Trade Center to the horrors of a small town rocked by terrorism, the star spangled super soldier is forced to consider what it means to be the Sentinel of Liberty in an age of incomprehensible new threats Meanwhile, the man named Redpath has his own American dream, and he orders his Extremists to cleanse the country by force Only a true patriot, the living embodiment of the United States, can stop them COLLECTING CAPTAIN AMERICA 2002 1 16

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    1. Starts off really strong. In fact, the first 6 issues might have been the best 6 issues in Cap's history. The first issue where Cap deals with the aftermath of 9/11 is heart wrenching. The next story arc, Cap deals with terrorists on U.S. soil. He discovers a larger conspiracy that never gets resolved satisfactorily. Unfortunately, at this point something happened and the creative team of John Ney Rieber and John Cassaday left the book. Chuck Austin comes in and pretty much ruins everything Rieb [...]

    2. A reprint from books written soon after 9/11. And yet these read as absolutely current and in a scary manner. In general I'm not a big fan of Captain America or Steve Rogers. He's too much of a boy scout, everything is cut and dry. But in this volume it works. I doubt that if I had read this back in 2002 I would have appreciated it as well. But at this point it is pretty clear that the US government not being the good guy in some manner is plausible. The art adds a lot to the story as well espec [...]

    3. The art by Cassaday is good in some places, but for me this book just falls flat. I didn't much care about the story, or the art overall. Cassaday is a really good artist, but I mostly think if him as being a "Cover" artist. I just don't think he is able to show movement from panel to panel. Cap is a fighter and when I read hos adventures I want to get a sense of that movement, of him fighting a room full of people by being this unstoppable force. With Cassaday it all seems like Posters. Can't s [...]

    4. One of the few Marvel comics I didn't like I feel like they're trying to give a new twist to old original characters but it just isn't working. The comic pretty much wrecked my image of Captain America, and he doesn't even seem like the Living Legend all Cap fans know and love. Marvel can do way better than this, for sure

    5. I liked the first half of this, but when it started delving into clones and such I just wanted it to end. So I did.

    6. In una parola: Bellissimo. Il fatto che sia ambientato dopo l'11 Settembre lo rende assolutamente toccante - il volume si apre proprio con Cap che aiuta i pompieri a cercare le persone seppellite sotto le macerie delle Twin Towers - ma il merito va anche alla sceneggiatura molto introspettiva, che centra alla perfezione Steve Rogers, tutto quello che il personaggio รจ e rappresenta. Inoltre porta luce - non necessariamente positiva - a certi eventi che riguardano il risveglio di Capitan America [...]

    7. This started off really well. Coherent story. Awesome art. A heart wrenching tale of when Americas most patriotic soldier is not around at the 9/11 bombing. The guilt he feels is palpable.Then we get into his moral code of honor and his code against killing. Then it starts getting weird. Clones. Magical native Americans. Hallucinogenic "bitters" and a Lemurian plot to trick him into killing someone. Did I mention clones?Not to mention plot hole would could toss Jupiter through. And I'm not a hug [...]

    8. Captain America enters the war on terrorismWhat happens when the embodiment of Americaencounters the fuzzy grey world of modern warfare?Captain America shinesa bright light on the unpleasantries that America has made itself comfortable with in the post 9/11 world

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