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 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...
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...
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...
May 10, 2017
I read this in individual issues. The biggest complaint I have is poor storytelling. Or maybe incomplete storytelling is more accurate. The penultimate chapter of the Red Skull story is not in Captain America? It was oh yeah this happened but not here where the Skull started all of this and Capit...
April 24, 2017
I just read Secret Empire 0 right after finishing this one. My heart was pounding as I turn over the last page. I absolutely love what Nick Spencer is doing with Steve Rogers, he has never been so interesting in years. I always found him boring and felt that he only worked in a gro...
August 14, 2017
I have endured this for as long as I intend to, and this will be my last review of "Captain America", probably forever. I don't care what kind of Skrull shenanigans Marvel comes up with to fix this, but for over a year, they have made Captain America a villain. They have slaughtered his backstory...
September 06, 2017
Really losing steam for me.
I still like the idea, but the story has really started to drag. I found myself not caring what was happening next and skimming pages, even when it was leading up to an important event. I figured an "evil Captain America" story would be more interesting than this.
May 23, 2017
It's really a shame that one of the most important, interesting and inteligent series of this period has such a terrible art team (the same goes for Sam Wilson's series), while mediocre stuff like Uncanny Avengers and Daredevil have wonderful artists like Larraz, Stegman, Garney a...
June 18, 2017
Read single issues. At this point, I'm only reading to see how they decide to resolve this...