The action doesn’t stop as Brubaker and McNiven keep rocking Captain America’s world!

It’s Cap versus Cap! Or is it?!

Only one way to find out — Buy this issue!

Story by Ed Brubaker
Art by Steve McNiven & Jay Leisten
Colors by Justin Ponsor
Letters by Joe Caramagna
Cover by Steve McNiven, Mark Morales & Justin Ponsor

Price: $3.99
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glcfarmboy10/02/11NoRead Review
Avg Rating: 3.7
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  1. When captain america throws his mighty shiiieelldddd

  2. The story took an odd dream turn last issue, but the McNiven art is still astonishing. I may have to buy this as long as he is drawing it.

  3. I’m really torn on this. I love the art but the story has been very meh for me. I might give this one more issue to impress me but it better do a damn good job.

  4. I have all three Omnibi of Brubaker’s run and absolutely love Captain America & Bucky, but I’m off this series. With Cap & Bucky, this series feels unnecessary and I don’t like the direction of the story, too fantastical and not gritty enough. If Brubaker turns this around, I’ll pick it up later, but with the DC 52 and better titles on the stand I’m going to pass on this for now.

  5. I’m in for at least the first year; I subscribed.

  6. Dropped. I just have no interest in Cap fighting dinosaurs, or whatever the hell is going in this book.

  7. After the weird supernatural turn in issue 2 and with the price being 3.99 when every other book I’m buying this week is 2.99, I’m not sure about this one. I loved the first issue and McNiven’s art is gorgeous but like others have said, I have no interest in Cap fighting stupid monsters and the like. I will no doubt still get this but depending on how it goes, it could be dropped soon.

  8. This is my first Cap book. The art was the draw and the story is extra. Glad to know I’m not the only one thinking this story isn’t that strong.

  9. Great art, but I agree with almost everyone here when they say that the story took a really unexpected and strange turn. But it’s Cap so I’m in.

  10. This is still fun. Over the last decade thy’ve worked so hard to bring Cap down to Earth that I think we’ve forgotten that he’s a super hero. Hell, he was up against the Cosmic Cube every other month back in the 70’s! I’m actually happy to be reading something a bit less dire.

  11. This book has my coin while ever McNiven is drawing it

    True the story is a little different to what we’ve seen recently, but Bru has earned a pretty long leash with me.

    Looking forward to this ish

  12. This was a lot better than issue 2 and McNiven just continues to amaze me. This was one book I was considering dropping (especially at the 3.99 price) but I will stick around as long as McNiven keeps producing like this. It is fantastic work.

  13. I’m hoping that both this and DD stay fun for a little while.

  14. The art was just so great. And the Ameridroid is one of the better villains. I loved how just when I thought the art couldn’t get more red, white, and blue as Ameridroid and Captain America fought, Cap leaps off of an American flag. AAAWEESOME.

    Liked the Sharron Carter and Zemo interplay too.

    But the art just makes the a totally fun romp.

  15. The Fantasy Part made me doubt if this will continue with the kind of storyline i like at cap and after this issue im still on. I will quit when it turns out Cap will really fight Dinosaurs as mentioned above. The page where sharon tries to throw the mighty shield was my favorite, along with Ameridroid with the Terminator look.

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