Captain America Epic Collection: Dawn's Early Light

Captain America Epic Collection Dawn s Early Light Even for Captain America life has rarely been this eventful Battling the robotic Dragon Man above New York considering running for President and saving Manhattan from fiery destruction at Batroc an

  • Title: Captain America Epic Collection: Dawn's Early Light
  • Author: Roger Stern J.M. DeMatteis Bill Mantolo Ed Hannigan Lee Elias Mike Zeck Alan Kupperberg Gene Colan
  • ISBN: 9780785188667
  • Page: 197
  • Format: Paperback
  • Even for Captain America, life has rarely been this eventful Battling the robotic Dragon Man above New York, considering running for President, and saving Manhattan from fiery destruction at Batroc and Mr Hyde s hands is all in a day s work And a trip to England proves to be no vacation either, as Cap encounters the vampire Baron Blood and the chilling Ghost of GreymoorEven for Captain America, life has rarely been this eventful Battling the robotic Dragon Man above New York, considering running for President, and saving Manhattan from fiery destruction at Batroc and Mr Hyde s hands is all in a day s work And a trip to England proves to be no vacation either, as Cap encounters the vampire Baron Blood and the chilling Ghost of Greymoor Castle Back home in the States, our hero learns that Hollywood plans to make a Captain America moviee only problem is, his greatest foe, the Red Skull, has a very different script in mind Finally, Cap has to prevent Morgan MacNeil Hardy from rewriting the American dream COLLECTING CAPTAIN AMERICA 1968 247 266, ANNUAL 5, CAPTAIN AMERICA EPIC COLLECTION VOL 9

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    1. I'm not a big Captain America fan. I've read very little of his solo books. But I have read the Masterworks that have been released. And of course the Kirby run which I love to death. It's some of Kirby's best work, as is all of the material he did upon his return to Marvel post-DC era. And I've read spotty bits of the more recent material since the turn of the century. What I found in this book I liked quite well. Each issue is mostly self contained. And this book could easily be the starting p [...]

    2. This TPB covers the full Roger Stern/John Byrne run (none of which I have read), and about half of the Mike Zeck run. For me, the best part was the art. Between Byrne and Zeck it's a visual treat.The stories vary and cover a wide range of themes and villains. You get quite a bit dealing with the supporting cast for Steve Rogers along with his issues of trying to maintain a job as a commercial artists (which never quite sit well with me.) There's a minor significant moment where Cap gets his star [...]

    3. Una voluminosa raccolte di storie. Le prime nove, ossia la run di Stern e Byrne, sono tra le migliori di sempre. Poi una serie di storie singole, alcune di alta qualità come Greymoore Castle disegnata da Colan, altre meno. Le ultime storie del volume sono le prime di De Matteis e Zeck, buone ma inferiori a Stern e Byrne.

    4. This book was amazing by taking all the stories and putting them together so instead of wanting to go get the next issue its right there. the book is filled with cliff hangers and suspense. i recommend this to some one who likes 1% romance 5% normal talking 90% action and 4% narrative.

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