• Cap struggles to find his faith while the new Hydra makes their first deadly moves.

• Best-selling Cap writer Ed Brubaker and superstar artist Alan Davis bring you action-packed espionage in the Mighty Marvel Manner!

Story by Ed Brubaker
Art by Alan Davis & Mark Farmer
Colors by Laura Martin & Larry Molinar
Letters by Joe Caramagna
Cover by Alan Davis

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  1. Did anyone read issue 6? I meant to grab it but it was outside my budget. I love Brubaker and Alan Davis, so I’ll almost certainly want to check it out. What did people think?

    • I picked it up. I’m not as familiar with Alan Davis, but it wasn’t terribly interesting to me. It does come right off issue #5. That was ok, but I don’t think I’m a fan of this style. I really dug McNiven, though.

  2. Liked the art but the story was just not that interesting.

  3. Something about this book hasn’t seemed right since the renumbering…

  4. Yeah, story has been pretty weak for me…

  5. I felt the same about the first few issues and was thinking about picking this up just because I love Davis’s work so much and Brubaker is one of my favorite writers. I’m still on the fence, but thanks for chiming in guys.

  6. I will be dropping this book if this one doesn’t do better then 5-6 did. Really on the fence

  7. this has been ok but damn dude, this issue was kinda boring. the art however is keeping me on for this arc

  8. Alan Davis was awesome in this issue. Seriously made me think of Neal Adams in the best sense. However, storywise this is one of those issues that would be better received in the middle of a trade since it’s a lot of setup for big action and big reveals in the next issues.

  9. I’ve really been enjoying this series. I feel like it’s got the same fun feel of Mark Waid’s Daredevil. This is just big superhero fun and a throwback to earlier Captain America issues. It’s missing the darker tone that we’ve become accustomed to, but I feel like we’ll have that tone with the Winter Soldier book. So, I’ve just been enjoying the hell out of this for what it its. Doesn’t hurt that Alan Davis can do no wrong, his pencils are fantastic.

  10. Maaaan do I like Alan Davis. The only thing that bugs me is that I’m old enough to have read his run on Captain Britain and Excalibur back in the days…

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