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While the members of Hydra celebrate the death of Captain America, Madame Hydra recounts her early years in Europe.


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While the members of Hydra celebrate the death of Captain America, Madame Hydra recounts her early years in Europe.

32 review for Captain America (1968-1996) #113

  1. 5 out of 5

    Sophia

    This issue dealt with the 'death' of Captain America! But Hydra crashes the Avengers in mourning, catching them off guard and giving the bad guys the opportunity to get the upper hand!! There was a slight twist that we saw coming a mile away but none the less, this issue was interesting as we gained a little more knowledge on the mysterious Madame Hydra! This issue dealt with the 'death' of Captain America! But Hydra crashes the Avengers in mourning, catching them off guard and giving the bad guys the opportunity to get the upper hand!! There was a slight twist that we saw coming a mile away but none the less, this issue was interesting as we gained a little more knowledge on the mysterious Madame Hydra!

  2. 4 out of 5

    Ethan

    Stellar art and a good (if slightly disjointed) story. My only real complaint is the secret identity thing. I felt like it was silly, and it dulled the ending(s) of the last two issues.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Noah White

    CAPTAIN AMERICA #110-119 (The Death of Steve Rogers) Yes, you read that title correctly. No, believe it or not, it is not a spoiler. How, you may wonder, can THAT not be the big spoiler of this storyline? Is it a fake-out? Is it a trick? No, my avid reader, rest assured it is not a trick; for Steve Rogers does in fact die in this comic book storyline. Whether or not the mantle of CAPTAIN AMERICA continues, in the form of his ward Rick Jones or some other manner, I’ll leave for you to find out. W CAPTAIN AMERICA #110-119 (The Death of Steve Rogers) Yes, you read that title correctly. No, believe it or not, it is not a spoiler. How, you may wonder, can THAT not be the big spoiler of this storyline? Is it a fake-out? Is it a trick? No, my avid reader, rest assured it is not a trick; for Steve Rogers does in fact die in this comic book storyline. Whether or not the mantle of CAPTAIN AMERICA continues, in the form of his ward Rick Jones or some other manner, I’ll leave for you to find out. What I will say is this handles the consequences of Steve’s death tremendously, by showing the entire Marvel universe assess damage control and take up arms now that the 616-universe is just a little less safe. The main protagonist of this storyline shifts, through Steve’s death, from Captain America to Rick Jones. In doing so, it also symbolically suggests a passing of heroism from one generation to the next, since this is after all a Golden Age superhero approaching the Bronze Age. Captain America’s birth literally pre-dates the Baby Boomers, and his old ways perhaps are challenged in this story as being a bit archaic in conflict to Rick’s radical new ideas about heroism and its role. Thus, the story serves as a nice meta-commentary on how society has perhaps embraced heroic images found in comic books in a negative way, and that maybe it needs to redefine what heroism means for the new generation (perfectly ironic considering who’s introduced in the final issues… sh. No spoilers). All in all, a great cultural re-examination of the legacy of Captain America, which prevents him from abandoning his progressive roots. It’s also a tremendous addition to his canon.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Rafael Sampaio

    4.5/5

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    alex

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    Matthew Wenslauskis

  7. 5 out of 5

    Shawn Deal

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    B.

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    John Hills

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    Omman

  11. 4 out of 5

    Daniblacksmoke

  12. 4 out of 5

    OTIS

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    Jim

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    Jeffrey Collins

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    TJ

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    Andy Bintoro

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    Sharon

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    Robert Mancine

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    Larry D. Woolverton

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    Amber Thornton

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    Joseph

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    Lindsay

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    Rob

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    Percy Bell

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    Desi

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    Del

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    Seven Negen

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    Scott

  29. 5 out of 5

    Victoria Crockett

  30. 5 out of 5

    James

  31. 5 out of 5

    MindProbe

  32. 4 out of 5

    Emily (thegirlwiththetbrpile)

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