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• After over a decade in Dimension Z Captain America must make his final push to escape–but at what cost?

• Enter: GODZOLA!

• A shocking death and an action-packed conclusion that will leave Cap changed forever and leave you gasping for air!

Story by Rick Remender
Art by John Romita Jr., Klaus Janson, Tom Palmer, & Scott Hanna
Colors by Dean White & Rachelle Rosenberg
Letters by Joe Caramagna
Cover by John Romita Jr., Klaus Janson, & Dean White

Price: $3.99
iFanboy Community Pick of the Week Percentage: 1.1%
Avg Rating: 4.4
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  1. I’ve really enjoyed this Dimension Z story and I’m excited for a great conclusion.This story has scratched my Cap. America itch so after this issue I’ll be dropping this along with Thor to make room for some new stuff coming out which also happen to be written by Remender and Aaron. Black Science and Southern Bastards look fantastic and I can’t wait to get my hands on those.

  2. I didn’t care for this whole arc. It just did not do anything for me the way the Brubaker run did. I stuck it out in hopes that it would begin to peak my interest. However, that is not the case and I’m sure after this conclusion I’ll drop it. Makes me sad because Cap is my favorite character.

  3. I really hope Josh makes this his pick. This series is criminally underrated, it deserves to be in the same conversation as Thor God of Thunder.

  4. Wow, this was a great ending to this arc. I was getting a bit tired of it around issues 7 and 8 but the last 2 really turned that trend around.


    And holy crap Sharon is dead?! I wonder how long that will last, I can’t see how they are going to bring her back from this but I’m guessing they will find a way eventually.

  5. Who was the guy on the last page? Was it Ian or someone else? Sorry, but I don’t have a lot of Cap history under my belt…

  6. I really enjoyed Dimension Z. The art in this issue looked a bit rushed though. The story, however, and especially the epilogue, was solid as always.

  7. I loved the whole Dimension Z arc and thought it concluded really well. Looking forward to what comes next.