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Wayback Reviews: Captain America v5 #15-21 

Continuing my re-read of the Brubaker run on Captain America. I’m attempting to do more than just giggle and clap at how awesome these comics are, but maybe that is the best way to express how good they are. 420 more words


Wayback Review: Captain America v5 #7-14

Continuing my read-through of the Brubaker Captain America.Such a good read.

Captain America v5 #7-14

Writer: Ed Brubaker

Artist: Steve Epting, Michael Lark, John Paul Leon… 477 more words


Wayback Review: Captain America v5 #1-6

Growing up Captain America was one of those characters that I almost always liked more in concept than in execution. (I felt the same way about Wonder Woman and to some extent Superman.) I had some random issues but never a full arc. 580 more words


Captain America #19

Ed Brubaker // Steve Epting
late December 2012

Seven years after #1, Epting returns to pencil Brubaker’s final issue of Cap (tho’ the run wraps in  46 more words

Captain America

Velvet #1

I was first introduced to the work of comic book writer Ed Brubaker while reading his initial run on Captain America (Cap). He weaved an interesting story of the fall and rise of Cap that captured the attention of even the most casual comic book fan. 238 more words

Consume Comics

Velvet 12 (November 2015)

Steve Epting is an action artist. It’s what he does, it’s what makes him special. He’s able to do fantastic comic book action, where he makes the reasonable fantastical and the fantastical reasonable. 209 more words


Marvel Comics Final Thoughts - Captain America: The Man With No Face

With Marvel’s popular and successful foray into films with the Marvel Cinematic Universe, I’ve finally decided to get back into comics. I grew up a big fan of X-Men and other superheroes but haven’t really kept up since the 90s. 833 more words