Captain America: Red Menace, Vol. 2

Captain America: Red Menace, Vol. 2 Review

It was Wizard's book of the year for 2005; now, fan-favorite artist Steve Epting rejoins Top Ten writer Ed Brubaker for an action-packed thriller in London, as Captain America travels across the Atlantic in search of his old partner - a story that will see him fighting side-by-side with some very old friends. But Cap and the Winter Soldier aren't the only ones taking the journey abroad. Crossbones and Sin are on a path of revenge that's leading them in the exact same direction! And what of General Lukin and his "relationship" with the Red Skull?

Collecting: Captain America 18-21

Title:Captain America: Red Menace, Vol. 2
Edition Language:English

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    Captain America: Red Menace, Vol. 2 Reviews

  • Anne

    Now that I have the ladies' attention...Volume 2 does a fine job finishing out the Red Menace story arc. If you read the last volume, the flashback about Bucky's first love and the Red Skull's giant ...

  • Sam Quixote

    Cap’s hunt for his former sidekick turned ex-brainwashed Soviet assassin, Bucky Barnes, aka the Winter Soldier, has led him to London. Bucky’s targeting his former handler, General Aleksander Luki...

  • James DeSantis

    This is it! The reunion of Bucky and Cap we've been waiting for! Cap and Sharon go stay in a quiet town, but it's not so quiet, as they are attacked right away. Crossbones and Sin have set a trap and ...

  • Gavin

    Part 2 of the Red Menace storyline has Cap over in the UK with old allies Union Jack and Spitfire, checking up on Lukin's corporation and all its activities. Also on the scene is Bucky/Winter Soldier,...

  • Mike

    Ah, and now we come back to the Epting era of Brubaker's Captain America. The shading and inking, the dark moody atmosphere, and the glossy photorealism all contribute to a sense of "epic" stories tha...

  • Jesse A

    I didnt love this story. One of the disappointing Brubaker Caps I've read....

  • Katlyn

    I didn't love this Vol 2 as much as I love the previous Brubaker Cap stuff. That being said, I love how the last few pages are starting to bridge into Civil War. I wanted more Bucky than I got, and I ...

  • Delaney

    this volume is supposedly the one that the most material for the Captain America: Civil War movie was pulled from, which is sort of a stretch. here is a list of things that ended up in the movie:1. St...

  • Artemis

    3.75 starsAh, that Epting/Perkins/D'Armata art. Shadowy, but not so much that you can't tell what's going on. Perpetually dark, but only spooky when it needs to be. Photorealistic, but not distracting...

  • James

    The Red Skull sure does come up with complicated plans. Captain America is more reactive....