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  • Title: Captain America: Red Menace, Volume 1
  • Author: Ed Brubaker Mike Perkins Marcos Martin Javier Pulido Frank D'Armata Javier Rodriguez Joe Caramagna Steve Epting
  • ISBN: 9780785123217
  • Page: 268
  • Format: Paperback

  • Fan favorite creators Ed Brubaker and Steve Epting bring the most talked about Captain America story in 40 years to a heartbreaking conclusion Cap faces down his personal demons, in a hand to hand battle with the Winter Soldier But he s not just fighting for victory, he s in a struggle for the heart and soul of everything he s ever cared about, and the results will sendFan favorite creators Ed Brubaker and Steve Epting bring the most talked about Captain America story in 40 years to a heartbreaking conclusion Cap faces down his personal demons, in a hand to hand battle with the Winter Soldier But he s not just fighting for victory, he s in a struggle for the heart and soul of everything he s ever cared about, and the results will send tragic echoes throughout his life for years to come.Collecting Captain America 15 17 65th Anniversary Special
    Ed Brubaker Mike Perkins Marcos Martin Javier Pulido Frank D'Armata Javier Rodriguez Joe Caramagna Steve Epting
    Ed Brubaker born November 17, 1966 is an Eisner Award winning American cartoonist and writer He was born at the National Naval Medical Center, Bethesda, Maryland.Brubaker is best known for his work as a comic book writer on such titles as Batman, Daredevil, Captain America, Iron Fist, Catwoman, Gotham Central and Uncanny X Men In recent years, he has focused solely on creator owned titles for Image Comics, such as Fatale, Criminal, Velvet and Kill or Be Killed.In 2016, Brubaker ventured into television, joining the writing staff of the HBO series Westworld.

    Captain America Captain America Steve Rogers is a fictional superhero appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics.Created by cartoonists Joe Simon and Jack Kirby, the character first appeared in Captain America Comics cover dated March from Timely Comics, a predecessor of Marvel Comics.Captain America was designed as a patriotic supersoldier who often fought the Axis powers Captain America vs The Red Skull This trade paperback collection presents a near perfect overview of what is best about Captain America comics and also serves as a great introduction to The Red Skull. Captain America Marvel Cinematic Universe Wiki FANDOM Steven Grant Steve Rogers is a World War II veteran, and is known as the world s first superhero Born within Brooklyn, New York City, the young Rogers had suffered from numerous health problems, and upon America s entry into World War II, was rejected from military service despite several Captain America Civil War Captain America Civil War is a American superhero film based on the Marvel Comics character Captain America, produced by Marvel Studios and distributed by Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures.It is the sequel to s Captain America The First Avenger and s Captain America The Winter Soldier, and the thirteenth film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe MCU. Captain America The First Avenger Marvel Cinematic Captain America The First Avenger is a superhero film, based on the Marvel Comics superhero of the same name It is the fifth installment in the Marvel Cinematic Universe and the fifth installment of Phase One It was directed by Joe Johnston and stars Chris Evans as Steve Rogers Captain Captain America Marvel Database FANDOM powered by Wikia During the dark days of the early s, a covert U.S Military experiment turned Steve Rogers into America s first Super Soldier, Captain America.Throughout the war, Cap and his partner, Bucky fought alongside infantry and with a group of heroes known as the Invaders.In the closing months of World War II, Captain America and Bucky were both presumed dead in an explosion. Captain America MarvelDirectory REAL NAME Steve Rogers OCCUPATION crimefighter, former freelance artist LEGAL STATUS Citizen of the United States with no criminal record IDENTITY Publicly known OTHER ALIASES Nomad, the Captain PLACE OF BIRTH New York City MARITAL STATUS Single KNOWN RELATIVES Joseph father, deceased , Sara mother, deceased Captain America Red Skull Scene YouTube Jan , shows how schmidt takes of his human mask Captain America Vol Marvel Database This page contains a list of all the comics included in Captain America Vol published by Marvel Comics If you have found something that is not seen on this page, please add it to this list. Captain America Steve Rogers Characters Marvel Recipient of the Super Soldier serum, World War II hero Steve Rogers fights for American ideals as one of the world s mightiest heroes and the leader of the Avengers.


    Commentaires:

    Stephen
    4.0 stars. After having mixed feelings about the first story arc of Brubaker's run on Captain America (Captain America: Winter Soldier, Vol. 1 and Captain America: Winter Soldier, Vol. 2), I am happy to say that my man-love for Brubaker is back at full throttle. I thought this volume which begins the second story arc was terrific. Cap is at his best when he is dealing with the worst villains and in Cap's world there are none more badassly vicious than CROSSBONES who is second only to the Red Sku [...]

    Anne
    So, in my attempt to read all of Brubaker's run, I checked this out from the library the other day.Yeah, I'd already read it, but I wanted to see what this volume contained.Red Menace starts off with Crossbones trying to remind Sin that she's Red Skull's daughter.She had been mind-wiped (or reprogrammed?) by S.H.I.E.L.D. to believe she was just a normal happy gal.Of course, Crossbones idea of 'reminding' her includes a lot of punching and waterboarding.But, hey, whatever works, right?Eventually, [...]

    Cheese
    The best volume so far in the omnibus. What made it for me was the recap anniversary edition of how Bucky fell in love. It reminded me of the captain America white issues that have recently come out. Delicately handled with great character interaction and fantastic artwork. Some wonderful reminiscing.

    Jesse A
    Ok start. Didn't love the art but I say that about a lot of Marvel.

    Delaney
    there's some weird steve/sharon stuff that happens in this one that i had completely forgotten about lol

    David Schaafsma
    This continues the Brubaker version of Cap, with Sin as Red Skull's daughter Red Menace, off on a killing spree across America. And Cap and ex-Sharon spend more time as a team together… So the storyline proceeds from Winter Soldier, and the writing and art are just a cut above most superhero comics, superior story, dialogue, surprises… I like his noir stuff better than his superhero stuff, just a personal choice, but what he did to contribute to superhero comics through this character and st [...]

    Katlyn
    15: I found this Crossbones torturing Red Skull's daughter issue really hard to read. I get that it was necessary to the plot and a way to remind us how cruel Crossbones can be, but, man, it was not a fun 23 pages to read. 16 & 17: Solid issues. I appear to have missed some relevant information from some other series (mainly, where is Nick Fury, who is in charge of SHIELD, why people don't like Maria Hill. also, the new avengers are a thing. but maybe I'll jump back to all of that some other [...]

    Kamillah
    Usually, to bill someone as "the spawn of infinite evil" is a bit of an exaggeration, but Brubaker and Perkins put forth a valiant effort to depict Synthia "Sin" Schmidt as said spawn in Captain America: Red Menace. Volume 1 contains two lengthier comics set immediately after the Winter Soldier story arc and includes an extra peek back in time to an "untold story" from World War II, also written by Brubaker for the Captain America 65th anniversary issue. The extra compliments the two issues neat [...]

    Erik
    These two slender volumes – comprising no more that four or five issues each – lack the realistic touch of Epting’s art in the first half. (Sorry Perkins, you’re just a poor man’s version of Epting.) But what they lack earlier on in the art department, Brubaker makes up for in the narrative and plot. Luckily, Volume 2 returns with Epting’s signature style that makes this title worth checking out -- Brubaker’s writing duties aside. Picking up where the partially unresolved Winter Sl [...]

    SA
    This is for all of Brubaker's Captain America up through Captain America: The Trial of Captain America. Five stars even though there were things I did not like. It's hard to convey the impact of what Brubaker has done in his seven year history with Captain America, both original and extra-angsty versions. It's not that we haven't seen Cap (view spoiler)[die before (hide spoiler)]It's more that Brubaker clearly had this vision for the man with the shield, and has been in the extremely fortunate p [...]

    Ben Mckenzie
    I wasn't quite prepared for this book - the first issue's worth of story is a villain brutally torturing a young woman in order to make her remember she's also a villain (she's been brainwashed by the good guys). It waswell, it was nasty. The rest of the main plot was good, but didn't seem quite up to the standard of Captain America: Winter Soldier Ultimate Collection. I did, though, really dig the final flashback story showing us Cap and Bucky during the war - and the present day scene afterwar [...]

    Mike
    It's not just the writing - after being away from this run of Brubaker's Captain America for a couple of years, I get to appreciate the art so much more now. It's not just that the art looks realistic - there's a level of professionalism, taking great pains to get the inking, the colour shading just right - that sets a mood of dark and foreboding in this work. I *feel* so much more in these stories because I'm immersed in the scenes. Perhaps it's something like the use of black borders around le [...]

    Eric Mikols
    I'm three volumes in to Brubaker's much-praised run on Captain America and I've got to say I'm a little under-whelmed. I get that he's doing a more modern take on the Cap, but there's something missing. I hate to admit it, but it might be the character himself. I love Captain America and he's a great character, but solo there might no be enough there to carry a book by itself. A lot of Steve Roger's power comes from his interplay with other characters and the way they see him. When by himself, o [...]

    Todd
    I like villains like Crossbones. Unrepentant bastards. He abducts and tortures a girl because he wants her to be the terrible human being he once knew. He doesn't think that she's had her slate wiped clean and she should stay that way. He thinks that he should beat her until her old memories come back.Cap continues his search for Bucky, but it's not the central focus. He takes down an A.I.M. cell. His relationship with Sharon takes the inevitable next step. There was no other reason to kill her [...]

    Jeff
    I really enjoyed the stories about Crossbones and Sin and how Cap and Sharon were chasing after them. I even enjoyed the Captain America 65th Aniversary issue also included in this trade. My only real complaint is that trades are supposed to collect comics, usually a complete story arc. This trade left it pretty wide open. Perhaps that's good marketing, because Marvel wants me to buy the next one. Luckily, I am checking mine out at the library. Good read though, but I'm not sure I'd drop the cas [...]

    Dean
    Really enjoyed this. Brubaker shows he has a great grasp on Cap and his supporting cast, and the Crossbones/ Sin 'Natural Born Killers' bit is done well. I know it's been done before but 'the whole town is in it' was a great touch as well. Mike Perkins realistic art is equally of a great standard.The 65th Anniversary Special was fantastic, and I love the way it tied into the main storyline. We see Bucky as much more a partner than a sidekick, in ad adventure in the style of a 1940's serial.It's [...]

    William Thomas
    as much as i like brubaker in his own element, with his own characters, i am not impressed by what he has dojne to captain america in his run. messing with the continuity, bringing back bucky, killing captain america, possibly bringing back captain america- its all very weak and very lazy. it is more hype writing than meaty storyline and these books and volumes are more dog and pony shows than anything else.

    Becky
    I have read a couple of Cap comics and was always kind of Meh about him. But I really liked this one. Maybe because I am happy they are looking for Bucky. But art is awesome, Sin is freaking fantastic, and I even kind of like the SHIELD agent. I also like the flashback story thing in the middle about Bucky and the girl he loved. Anywho, good comic!

    Josh
    The art in this one is trying to emulate Epting for consistency but just isn't quite as good. The story and character interaction in this part of Brubaker's run is a little more fun and fast-moving. My favorite part here is the Anniversary special with Javier Pulido and Marcos Martin, two artists I enjoy immensely, telling a fun back-story from WWII that ties into the main story.

    Mark
    Fun enough (two TPBs), but not as good as the "Winter Soldier" arc. I'm assuming Brubaker is moving is pieces around on the chessboard to set up the "Death of" storyline. There's some decent action and character development, but it seems a bit slow and pedestrian after the pyrotechnics of the prior 2 TPBs.

    Sean
    I'm really enjoying Brubaker's Captain America run but this collection was a little too short. Maybe the Red Menace arc should have been all in one trade? Regardless I enjoyed the re-reeducation of Sin and learned alot about her and think she could be come a very good villain for Cap. As usual, the art was fantastic. Overall, just a little light on the page count side.

    Emily
    Wow, was Issue #15 ever some violent exploitative shit. Issue #16 was good, so overall this gets two stars, but watching Crossbones beat up a barely-clad Sin for an entire issue was just completely gross. The whole thing was voyeuristic - it was really sexualized and really upsetting. I'd expected better of Brubaker and better of this series.

    Jeff Lanter
    My review will be short because this story arc is short. A new villain is fleshed out in this story and he is pretty evil on every level. This is a nice contrast to Lukin and adds another layer to the growing plot. This continues to be a truly excellent part of Captain America. I'm once again eagerly anticipating the next volume.

    Jdetrick
    Ed Brubaker's run on Captain America is a high point for the title and for superhero titles in general. This trade also gives Bucky a closer look, which is always welcome. Brubaker really took that character and made him more interesting than he had ever been, with a much deeper personality.

    Gary Lee
    Good good good good good good stuff.However, it only collects four issues, so unless you're a diehard Cap fan (or just a completist) I wouldn't recommend buying this one.At least, not at a 'new' price.

    catechism
    (Marking as read, but I read the issues and decided to count Captain America Omnibus, Vol. 1 as the book.)

    Trike
    This volume unfolds like a murder mystery as Captain America and SHIELD follow up on reports of strange events hinting at deeper conspiracies. Going beyond the usual superhero fisticuffs, it has a bit of James Bond-style spycraft and romance. It's good enough to get me to read the next volume.

    Jeb
    Brubaker continues bringing the intrigue, creating a Cap story which feels more like a multilayered gritty spy thriller than the rock em sock em adventure tales Captain America is best known for. As far as I'm concerned, this is Cap at his best.

    Paul
    More Brubaker brilliance. Real characters doing unreal things is his forte, and he again plys it well. The characters of Sin and Crossbones are still way too over the top for me, which is all that keeps this from five stars.

    Jasmiina F
    This was an interesting comic for me because I've been wanting to know more about Sin for awhile. I didn't like all of the parts in this comic, but mostly a great Captain America comic.

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