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Captain America Free read ò 107 õ From the dark days of World War II to the Heroic Age witness the brutal battle between Captain America and the immortal evil known as Hydra How far back has the gruesome group been killing its way to capture the secrets of eternal life What can Steve Rogers do to halt its sinister spread when the horrific hordes of From the dark days of World War II to the Heroic Age witness the brutal battle between Captain America and the immortal evil known as Hydra How far back has the gruesome group been killing its way to capture the secrets of eternal life What can Steve. Each issue is set in a different era of Cap's life with multiple flashbacks to prehistory Turns out Hydra had been around for thousands of years all in search of creating a new race of gods Yeah it's dumb Each issue has a different artist Some of the art is downright awful and the dialogue isn't much better It reminds me a lot of the comics from the 60's in that they feel very dated and can be painful to get through Give this a pass

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Rogers do to halt its sinister spread when the horrific hordes of the undead rise to stop him Find out as award winning horror novelist Jonathan Maberry DOOMWAR teams with five different artists to capture five different time periods including Sergio. Horrible art and even worse storytelling

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Captain AmericaCariello Lone Ranger Tom Scioli Godland Phil Winslade Wonder Woman Kyle Hotz ANNIHILATION CONUEST WRAITH and Graham Nolan X MEN FOREVER Guest starring the Falcon Black Panther Nomad Nick Fury and the Avengers Collecting CAPTAIN AMERICA HAIL HYDRA #1 5. I thought this book would be a fun experiment Cap fighting Hydra in five different time periods with different artists on each issue Well what it boiled down to was Cap and friends fighting the same damn Nazi zombies over and over five times Pretty repetitive and ultimately boring The art was okay except for Tom Scioli's attempt at imitating Jack Kirby which I found irritating and distracting