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  • Title: Captain America, Volume 1: Castaway In Dimension Z, Book One
  • Author: Rick Remender John Romita, Jr. Klaus Janson Dean White Joe Caramagna Lee Loughridge Tom Palmer Scott Hanna
  • ISBN: 9780785168263
  • Page: 255
  • Format: Hardcover

  • Thrust into a bizarre, inhospitable world far from home, the all new, high adventure, mind melting, tough as nails, sci fi, pulp fantasy era of Captain America starts NOW Arnim Zola s ambitions leave Captain America stranded in the upside down territory known as Dimension Z With no country and no allies, what s left for the Sentinel of Liberty to protect Just the one thThrust into a bizarre, inhospitable world far from home, the all new, high adventure, mind melting, tough as nails, sci fi, pulp fantasy era of Captain America starts NOW Arnim Zola s ambitions leave Captain America stranded in the upside down territory known as Dimension Z With no country and no allies, what s left for the Sentinel of Liberty to protect Just the one thing his foe values most Zola s son Steve has saved the boy s life, but can he keep him alive against the savage barbarians of Phrox with the fate of a world hinging on his victory And when Zola s terrible experiments on the indigenous creatures give birth to a terrible new foe, the Odd War of Dimension Z begins No flesh escapes the Patchwork Collecting Captain America 1 5
    Rick Remender John Romita, Jr. Klaus Janson Dean White Joe Caramagna Lee Loughridge Tom Palmer Scott Hanna
    Rick Remender is an American comic book writer and artist who resides in Los Angeles, California He is the writer co creator of many independent comic books like Black Science, Deadly Class, LOW, Fear Agent and Seven to Eternity Previously, he wrote The Punisher, Uncanny X Force, Captain America and Uncanny Avengers for Marvel Comics.


    Commentaires:

    Nicolo Yu
    When Ed Brubaker ended his already legendary run on Captain America, replacing him on the title would have been a tall order if the new writer was other than Rick Remender.Instead of aping Brubaker's cloak and dagger stories, Remender brought Cap back to his science fiction roots. It's a deconstruction really, of what makes Captain America. It's not the super-soldier serum or his trusty shield. Captain America has always been about the man; and in particular, Steve Rogers and his Depression-era [...]

    Terence
    Captain America gets sent to Dimension Z where Arnim Zola rules. Cap is stuck fighting off weird creatures and appears to be stranded.I, uh, ugh, hmmis picture sums things up.I have long resisted the urge to put a Mr. Yuk sticker in my review for something, but I really just had to use it this time. This volume is super unnecessarily weird and particularly unenjoyable. No lead in just Cap's stuck in this messed up place for a long time.No, just no.

    Sam Quixote
    The summary of Captain America, Volume 1: Castaway in Dimension Z, Part 1, is as deep and complex as the book itself. Captain America is somehow transported to a cheesy, pulp sci-fi world run by Arnim Zola and has to survive, protect his son Ian, and escape. Think there’s more to this book? There isn’t. Cap suddenly has a son, the corny monsters attack for no reason, and somehow Cap is stuck in Dimension Z for years without escaping. I know this is an overused maxim but it’s really relevan [...]

    Mike
    ​Warning: reading this is a tangent on a tangent, so my expectations for enrapturing my attention are Too Damned High.Y'see, I'm on the mission to read Everything I Need To Understand Secret Wars. That mission takes me on the catch-up Journey to read the last couple of years of Hickman's Avengers' run. But somehow the Reading Order gods decreed that Captain America 16-22 (from Remender's recent run) are also necessary. So of course, being a big fan of pre-therapy Remender, and because I haven' [...]

    Sesana
    In a major tone shift from Brubaker's take on the character, Remander puts Steve in a pulpy, The Island of Doctor Moreau tinged dimension run by Armin Zola. It's mostly fun, and it's actually a refreshing change of pace. I just wish that Remander hadn't taken so many emotional short cuts with Ian. He's Steve's adopted son, and I buy that he loves him and is protective of him. But I don't feel it, because we're skipping years between issues. We don't see them bonding, we're essentially just told [...]

    Sierra Faith
    This was the weirdest thing ever. Let's just leave it at that.

    Ran
    No to the story. No to the art. Just no.

    Andrew
    Liked it. Liked it a lot, actually. It may have faults, but I thought Remender executed the story well. This was just plain old-fashioned good, weird storytelling. And while I realize that a lot of folks out there aren't the biggest fans of John Romita (seems like a 'love it or leave it' mentality), I personally think this book allowed him to showcase his talents. Fun times!

    Sara Price.
    3.5 stars! I picked this up on a whim, I'm a fan of Captain America and thought I would give this a try! I liked it, the style was different than what I'm used to and the story was a bit confusing for me but overall I enjoyed it and will look forward reading more Captain America!

    Emily Schirmer
    “Steve Rogers is a patriotic soldier, directed by a personal ethical compass, belief in the American dream and faith in his fellow man. He’s clever, roughish, quick with a sly look and droll comment. He can punch out bad people and jump through glass. He’s the person you wish you were […] He’s not superhuman; he’s just the pinnacle of our natural potential.” – Rick Remender ***There is a special place in my heart for Captain America. I remember the night I sat down to watch “Ca [...]

    Kate
    I legitimately have no words for this run. Remender does nothing but fuck up Captain America's character and ruin themes that have been central to Steve's story for decades.He seems to have no regard for the writers that came before him and seems to use every side character as a plot point for more manpain.I am extremely unimpressed with this run. Captain America has always been my favorite hero and seeing such a wonderful character be brought down so far is actually heartbreaking.I cannot belie [...]

    Alicia Riley
    To start off with I do not like the art work of John Romita Jr. and wish a better artist was working on Cap 1 and 2.Steve trap in a different dimension that his enemy, Zola, rules over, while raising his adopted son Ian would of make a great story if it was plain out more and didn't feel like it was rush.

    Arlomisty
    This was ok bought this for $3 with about 25 other graphic novels and had fun reading it always liked Captain America

    Zombieslayer/Alienhunter Don't do school, and stay in drugs
    Have I read Ed Brubaker's 'legendary' run on Captain America?No.Do I plan to?Sure. I also plan to read every book by Stephen King, earn a Bachelor's degree in social work, climb Mount Kilimanjaro and see Metallica in concert.Never said I was gonna do it tomorrow.So, no. I'm not familiar with one of the most well-known Marvel runs in history.I'm not even sorry.Rick Remender's Castaway in Dimension Z is a damn good ride as far as I'm concerned.I'm a frickin' millennial, (Jesus I hate that word) al [...]

    William Thomas
    Rick Remender doesn't know how to do anything on a small scale. Everything he does is crossover event enormous. His arcs in a single book could easily be company-wide crossovers with huge implications. He knows exactly how to write Silver Age stories in a modern voice. He goes big in every issue and aims to shock. And what's more, they're entertaining from start to finish. Fans of Brubaker's sleepy, yawning spy Captain America books will sneer at this new direction with disdain. Let them. Captai [...]

    Jack Iles
    Dimension Z brings something entirely new to the Captain America universe. Not content with fighting modern day super villains, Captain A finds himself thrust into another dimension altogether, teeming with monsters and 'Phrox Warriors.' (I can't even begin to explain them.) What has always appealed to me about Captain A's exploits is not the danger he encounters, not the explosive battles, but the indestructible sense of morality. Back on Earth Captain A vanquished enemy after enemy with his pr [...]

    Christopher
    A ballsy move to pull Captain America out from his normal action/spy milieu into a sci-fi dystopia pays off in that Remender offers an outstanding and ideal take on Captain America: a man of tenacity and conviction (to poorly encapsulate how well Remender writes him), as well as a take on Arnim Zola that rivals Batman's worst in terms of psychosis.On top of these well-written characters the situation, as odd as it may seem at first glance, gives Captain America a richer set of stakes than he may [...]

    Ryan
    Never read any Captain America comics before. He, to me , is the most boring super hero that Marvel churned out. But this series looked pretty cool. Accessible, because you don't have to know any back story and drawn well by Romita Jr. The plot is basically: how much punishment can one man physically take and keep fighting. I love weird fiction and this does qualify. But the main drawback is that the villains are really just big lumps of shapeless dough that growl and say things that make no sen [...]

    Joe
    This was a fun romp that reminds me why there will always be a place for comic books. Captain America is transported into Dimension Z by the evil Zola. The story takes unexpected twists and turns including:- Huge amounts of time going by. I mean at one point in the story we zap ahead ten years!- Cap raises a kid!- Cap is infected with a Zola virus that makes him grow his very own Zola screen in his chest!- Lazers!- Explosions!- Mutants!I have a soft spot for Captain America. He's always been one [...]

    Craig
    Shades of the Franken-Castle storyline from the Punisher, this might be just a bit too strange a story to really get behind. I like Remender's work, especially on X-Force, but exiling Steve Rogers to another dimension, one ruled by his arch foe, Arnim Zola, is really out there. And I can't look at John Romita, Jr.'s artwork without constantly being reminded of Kick-Ass. It's just a bit too cartoony for something that is supposed to be taken seriously. Still, I guess I'll see where things go in t [...]

    Jason
    Definitely the craziest Cap story *I've* ever read. Not super into Remender--the only thing I've read of his that I LOVED was Strange Girl--and not a fan at all of Romita, Jr.'s art. His faces are too angular and block-like and he can't draw children. I'm constantly distracted by their HUGE heads. BUT the unfamiliar environment was very interesting and the flow of the story was smooth and the plot kept me guessing. I was shocked and dismayed that the volume ended on such a cliffhanger! I'll defi [...]

    Emmett Spain
    Holy hell, that was weird. Cap gets sent to Dimension Z, gets infected by a rather particular virus, battles the Captains of Zolandia and a woman who knows tachyon fu. Odd doesn't cover it.It was well written, with some interesting flashbacks to Steve's past, and the art was JRJR standard - you either like him or you don't at this point.A strange one to be sure, but at the same time, strangely compelling.

    Jonathan Roberts
    I hate alternate universe stories. The fact the first two trades from this series seem to be that makes me a lot annoyed. Nothing ever happens, and it all goes back to normal after the series. I hope it gets better

    Sean Kennedy
    The new run of Captain America takes him into an alternate dimension to shake things up, and it mostly succeeds. I don't care much for 'hero gets a kid' stories, though.

    Frank M
    I don't understand why JRJR is a thing

    Ryan Laferney
    This is a major tone shift from Brubaker's take on the character, sure. But, almost any story would be a huge change following one of the most classic runs in Marvel history. Remander puts Steve in a pulpy, The Island of Doctor Moreau tinged dimension run by Armin Zola. It's mostly fun, and it's actually a refreshing change of pace from the more serious style of Brubakers. If you want a pulpy, sci-fi, Captain America with a bit of heart and a whole lot of strange, then this series is for you.

    Gavin
    3.5 This seemed a good place to read stuff from before time runs out secret wars etc. I feel like this was Cap as Fear Agentd that's fun.Art was fun instead of hyper real. Also makes the one off about Ian make more sense

    Bill Buckley
    Only first volume of 6. Was ok.

    Wesley V
    4.5, really. JRJR at his best.

    Luke Rigley
    Some great ideas (and Arnim Zola is one of my fave villains) but obvious plot holes and reliance on that awkward 'narrate everything I'm doing in a fight' kind of writing really bring this one down.

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