Read Captain America: Steve Rogers, Vol. 3: Empire Building Online Free - He’s a hero. An Avenger. A living legend. The Sentinel of Liberty. Mankind’s greatest threat? It’s the story that shocked the world — and you won’t believe where it’s going next. In the aftermath of war, Tony Stark and Carol Danvers turn to the one person they can trust: Steve Rogers, Captain America. Uh-oh! And when Zemo returns, can the new Masters of Evil be far behind? The secret story of Cap in World War II is told! The full extent of Madame Hydra’s string-pulling is revealed! But only one man can lead Hydra into a new age of dominance and superiority — and the Red Skull believes he is that man! But Captain America has other ideas — ideas that will change the landscape of the Marvel Universe! Collecting CAPTAIN AMERICA: STEVE ROGERS #12-16 and CIVIL WAR II: THE OATH #1.
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September 26, 2017
I am just so much more interested in seeing how they wrap this up than I thought I would be when it first came out.
I'm pretty shocked, honestly.
I'm still enjoying the way the flashbacks are written, and (to me) the political stuff was a bit less annoying this time around. No, I'm still not crazy...
September 23, 2017
Captain America: Steve Rogers just continues to impress me. I love that we get a villain (Steve) who isn't just pure evil, that what he wants to do, and change, is almost admirable if not downright truthful to our days society in ways.
So this volume is a nice bridge before Secret Empire. As we k...
October 24, 2017
This Steve Rogers: Captain Hydra story-arc has had its moments but, all things considered, I'll be glad when it's over. Secret Empire should close the book on this story, I hope...
February 09, 2018
Good stuff. 3.5 stars.
November 09, 2017
With a title like Empire Building, and a character like Steve Rogers: Captain America having recently been unmasked as a Hydra agent, you can guess what sort of calamity is in store here.
With Hydra forces on the rise across the world, and actively engaged in war to control the European country of...
September 20, 2017
Collects Captain America: Steve Rogers issues #12-16 and Civil War II: The Oath issue #1
SMALL SPOILERS/REFERENCES FOR "SECRET EMPIRE":
I continue to enjoy the alternate universe flashbacks into Steve's past life, and it helps me understand more about where he is coming from. As I read this volume,...
April 30, 2017
A third volume of Hydra Cap stories which has three jobs to do: explain Cap's new history (particularly the whole "fighting Nazis" bit, though see below); move the pieces around to set up the Secret Empire crossover; and make it clear that Hydra are Definitely Not The Same As Nazis (they've got s...
December 18, 2017
As much as I like the current storyline of both Captain America I felt this one was bit dull, or at least a bit awkward and too slow building.
A Hydra council is put into place and Cap finally locks horns with the Red Skull. Things speed up in the last two issues, giving a much needed sense of ur...
August 05, 2017
[Read as single issues]
I've been reading quite a few Secret Empire tie-ins, and most of them are good fun but not exactly essential to the overall story of the event. Meanwhile, Steve Rogers' solo series laid all the groundwork for what came about next, so you should probably read this before any...
January 25, 2018
Spencer's Cap book just teeters on the edge of greatness. There are moments of absolute genius subversion that grab me like nothing else, but there are also far too many dragging moments of over-written dialogue, muddled further by inconsistent art. It's very frustrating to have a book with such...