Captain America and the Mighty Avengers #8

Captain America and the Mighty Avengers #8

Written by: Al Ewing 

Art by: Luke Ross

Cover by: Luke Ross 

Released: May 13, 2015 

Writer Al Ewing had a tough job to pull off here in this issue. He had to have the events leading to the final incursion explained to the Mighty Avengers characters without being derivative to readers, had to tie the issue in with the team’s appearance in the Time Runs Out story, and had to capture the feelings of individual characters as they learned that the Illuminati left them out of their grand plans.

For the most part Ewing succeeds in tying together these elements to create a worthy tie-in issue. I say for the most part, because it’s hard at this point to hear Steve Rogers give the Mighty Avengers lineup a rundown of what had been happening in New Avengers over the past few years without it sounding like a retread. It’s hard to imagine that readers of this title aren’t at least aware of the incursions and how the Iluminati attempted to stop them. If for some reason it’s all new to you, Ewing does a great job distilling the facts down into digestible chunks. For those readers that have been reading Hickman’s work one of the best parts of this issue will be the reactions of the Mighty Avengers. These reactions are all over the emotional spectrum (pun intended), and in including these characters this issue retroactively helps give more weight to the Time Runs Out story that ran in Hickman’s Avengers titles for the eight months prior to Secret Wars.

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All New Captain America Special Inhuman Error Final 

All New Captain America Special Inhuman Error Final 

Written by: Jeff Loveness

Art by: Alec Morgan 

Cover by: Jamal Campbell

Released: May 6, 2015 

This issue was the final part of the Inhuman Error and let me tell you it has been good so far. In this issue we see Captain America helping out Spider-Man and the Inhumans. Captain America (Sam Wilson) is struggling to be the new Captain America he asks him self over and over what would Steve do. I like that they did this in this issue because the truth is it’s hard to take on the mantle of one of the most known heroes  in the world. This issue was really good and it had a really strong theme.

The art is also very nice. Morgan does a really nice job at drawing all the characters although in the last two pages Spider-Man looks a little funny but besides that everything is great. In all I would rate this issue a 8/10 that’s all for this issue  and as always keep on marveling. 

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Captain America Cast Away in Deminsion Z #2

Captain America Cast Away in Deminsion Z #2

Written by: Rick Remender 

Art by: John Romita Jr.

Released: December 12, 2012 

Captain America is in a place and land he does not know. He also is taking care of a kid that he saves in the previous issue. Captain America must keep on moving and find a way back home but will he be able to or will he run out of hope? Captain America gets captured by these wierd species and fights them.

I liked this issue because we get to read Captain americas Thoughts through out the hole book. I also liked this issue because it was about surviving and not loosing hope. The art work is ok, it’s not that great and defenetly not my favorite. In all I would rate this issue a 7.45/10 that’s all for this issue and as always keep on marveling!