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  • Title: Captain America: Red Menace, Volume 2
  • Author: Ed Brubaker Steve Epting Mike Perkins Frank D'Armata Joe Caramagna
  • ISBN: 9780785122258
  • Page: 396
  • Format: Paperback

  • It was Wizard s book of the year for 2005 now, fan favorite artist Steve Epting rejoins Top Ten writer Ed Brubaker for an action packed thriller in London, as Captain America travels across the Atlantic in search of his old partner a story that will see him fighting side by side with some very old friends But Cap and the Winter Soldier aren t the only ones taking the jIt was Wizard s book of the year for 2005 now, fan favorite artist Steve Epting rejoins Top Ten writer Ed Brubaker for an action packed thriller in London, as Captain America travels across the Atlantic in search of his old partner a story that will see him fighting side by side with some very old friends But Cap and the Winter Soldier aren t the only ones taking the journey abroad Crossbones and Sin are on a path of revenge that s leading them in the exact same direction And what of General Lukin and his relationship with the Red Skull Collecting Captain America 18 21
    Ed Brubaker Steve Epting Mike Perkins Frank D'Armata Joe Caramagna
    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.


    Commentaires:

    Anne
    Now that I have the ladies' attentionVolume 2 does a fine job finishing out the Red Menace story arc. If you read the last volume, the flashback about Bucky's first love and the Red Skull's giant robot monster, might have seemed like a tacked-on issue.Not so. That issue turns out to be a pivotal part of this book. But I'm not gonna spoil it for you, so get to readin'!The majority of this one take place in London, which means you get a team-up with Union Jack and Spitfire.Brubaker does a good job [...]

    Sam Quixote
    Cap’s hunt for his former sidekick turned ex-brainwashed Soviet assassin, Bucky Barnes, aka the Winter Soldier, has led him to London. Bucky’s targeting his former handler, General Aleksander Lukin, who’s Odd Couplin’ it up with Red Skull, Cap’s nemesis, in his old Ruskie coconut! Also included are more characters wearing flags, a chap with a skull mask, zeppelins, and a giant robot. Ah, superhero comics, you crazy mistress!Ed Brubaker and Steve Epting’s Captain America run is rightl [...]

    Cheese
    Fandabiedozie!

    Gavin
    Part 2 of the Red Menace storyline has Cap over in the UK with old allies Union Jack and Spitfire, checking up on Lukin's corporation and all its activities. Also on the scene is Bucky/Winter Soldier, with a score of his own to settle. Throw in Sin and Crossbones, the Master Men (new generation), and some other blasts from the past and the whole situation will blow upGreat work from Brubaker in possibly his best series ever, the Captain America relaunch. I love most of what he does, but it's alm [...]

    Mike
    Ah, and now we come back to the Epting era of Brubaker's Captain America. The shading and inking, the dark moody atmosphere, and the glossy photorealism all contribute to a sense of "epic" stories that's har to pin down, but undeniable to me.Not to mention the once-in-a-generation resurrections of some timeless, larger than life villains who (as ridiculous as their old portrayals used to be) strike rather menacing poses in their modern incarnations.

    Jesse A
    I didnt love this story. One of the disappointing Brubaker Caps I've read.

    Katlyn
    I didn't love this Vol 2 as much as I love the previous Brubaker Cap stuff. That being said, I love how the last few pages are starting to bridge into Civil War. I wanted more Bucky than I got, and I wanted some Bucky & Steve interaction. Which, I really hope happens sometime before Steve is shot in Death of Captain America. like, please don't tell me they fight a robot together, Bucky runs away (to Fury), and the next times he sees Steve is when he is shot on the court house steps. but with [...]

    Delaney
    this volume is supposedly the one that the most material for the Captain America: Civil War movie was pulled from, which is sort of a stretch. here is a list of things that ended up in the movie:1. Steve Rogers is it it2. Sharon Carter is in it3. Bucky Barnes is in it4. Crossbones is in it 5. Cap gets himself in dumb situations to save Bucky6. the scene with Bucky at a newstand7. hardly any of it actually takes place in America8. some planes get damaged9. neither Cap nor Bucky get any closure

    Kamillah
    Captain America reunites with old friends and foes when he journeys "across the pond" in search of his old partner, Bucky. Still reeling from the revelation that Bucky is alive and until recently was a brainwashed personal assassin for ex-Soviet General Lukin, Steve has vowed to find Bucky before he can do something they may all regret. While Steve pursues Bucky, Bucky trails Lukin, also the man behind the alleged murder of the Red Skull and multiple acts of terrorism. Unbeknownst to any of them [...]

    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 [...]

    Arno Callens
    In a way Twenty-First Century Blitz feels like the culmination of Brubaker's run on Captain America so far. Every possible plot thread set up in previous issues comes together for one big brawl in London, and the results are predictably glorious. Brubaker turns Captain America into a retro spy thriller, mixing modern elements with World War II nostalgia. His great grasp on character makes even the smallest players stand out (looking at you, Crossbones), and the story arc from The Winter Soldier [...]

    Christian Smith
    Plot holes/problems:1. When Captain America Union Jack and Spitfire we're on Lukins freighter boat, a bomb was ticking away about to explode. My question is why the red skull didn't just use a remotely detonated bomb so he didn't have to wait for the time to tick down instead he could just click the button and everything will blow up. 2. When spitfire was on the blimp. She kicked a man out of the blimp and he flew through A glass window and flew out and away. Then the blimp caught on fire becaus [...]

    Jerry Daniels
    In this volume of America's first Avenger, Captain America goes to London in search of a former sidekick with whom he has lost touch only to stumble upon an international terrorist plot initiated by Red Skull, who was once thought dead.Not having read any of the comic books featuring Captain America and having believed his time was limited to an older era, I was reminded that his battles against his number one foe, the Red Skull, can extend beyond any time period. Outside of this, I thought the [...]

    Arie
    I enjoyed this book immensely as a huge Bucky and Captain America fan. It was unfortunately not too interesting of a story especially compared to the rest of Brubaker's and Epting's work with the characters. It felt like s bridge story, good for backstory on the characters, and building for the developments to come in the upcoming Civil War story, but not too great for the story contained in the pages I'd read here.

    Jeff Lanter
    This is the action-filled conclusion of several major ongoing plot points in Captain America. There are a few surprises and plenty of action which you would expect from this series. Red Skull is quickly becoming one of my favorite Marvel villains. He is so evil and yet cunning and ambitious at the same time. Also, R.A.I.D. (Rapid Advancement in Ideas of Destruction) is my now my favorite acronym.

    Jay Bullman
    I enjoyed this more than the first volume. It is set in London and has Union Jack and Spitfire from Cap's Invader days featured. Add in the Red Skull and you have all the elements of what makes Captain America a fun read. I think the art is very dark and murky which I didn't always enjoy but overall a good time.

    Sean
    Cap teams up with Spitfire and Union Jack in London and I loved it. Seeing Cap deal with older era heroes is awesome. Also, although it seems the Skull has been done to death (literally) Brubaker is still able to make him menacing and a serious threat. Epting's art is how see Captain America in my head. Classic looking stuff. Loved it!

    Sohinee Sikder
    *Dreamy eyes. It was soooo good. It felt awesome to dive back into some comics after Cap 3. Red Skull returning, is one of my favorite plots ever because you get to see some OG Cap and also now he has new allies and Bucky's still on the loose. Why does it have to be so short though????? Can't wait to read some for Cap comics.

    Dean
    Really enjoyed this, but felt it just fell short of what it could have been. The build up had been excellent, as had all the character development, but it all ended with a giant robot fight!That being said, artwork was fantastic, Brubakers's writing superb, and his movement of the pieces leading up to 'The Death' storyline is very cleverly done.

    Paul
    This graphic novel is the sequel that i was anxiously waiting to read because some one returns making the plot more interesting. Graphic novels only with pictures is no fun but when story writers add an interesting plot u cant wait to read the 3rd book and this is what this graphic novel brought to my attention.

    Jeff
    Nothing really exciting here. Plenty of action, but from my perspective nothing that truly moved along the storyline of either the Winter Soldier or the Lukin/Red Skull situation. If you've read volume one, there's no real need to follow up, unless you are a big Cap fan. My biggest complaint with both volumes are how little are in each one. Not Brubaker's best.

    Silas
    The story of these two volumes was more or less standard comic fare, but I enjoyed the inclusion of some less common international characters, so it was fairly fun, and establishes the mood for some events that are coming up (which I have already read), so it's a nice connecting string of issues.

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

    Laura Baker
    My favorite part of this arc is seeing Cap and Bucky work together again - they fall right back with each other like old times, coming together to save the day. It seems so right that they would slip right back like they were even after so long.

    Amanda
    Actually read this earlier this year, but didn't know what trade it was collected in (I'm reading digitally, as individual issues). I haven't been a big Cap fan, but this run by Brubaker and Epting has changed my mind.

    Gary Lee
    Another great arc from Ed Brubaker and company.The stage is being set for the Civil War arc.I'll be sticking to the Cap side of the CW story, but I'm a bit worried that I'll be missing out on a lot of it by not reading all of the other titles.

    Josh
    The art is better with Epting back. More lively than the initial Winter Soldier arc, but I'm starting to think I don't like the decompression necessary in this ongoing superhero stories. It's why I don't really care for TV dramas.

    Korynn
    Cap goes to England to track down Bucky and things happen as the Red Skull escalates matters quite a bit. Something to look out for - Sharon Carter loses a couple of hours of her life and you wonder why.

    Sharon
    Individual issues on marvel unlimited

    TRACE
    There's nothing quite like Cap kicking some nazi ass

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