It's a good jumping on point. Cap's going to have a lot to deal with. It's great that Brubaker is subtly incorporating the use of other Avengers to give this book enough of a feel to having ties to the other Avengers book but not too much that it feels bogged down by all of them. The last arc was pretty trippy and this one seems like it will be as well. Read Full Review
"Captain America" #6 manages to follow up on the previous story and begin a new one in an entertaining and lively manner. The questions about the state of America take the back burner to Rogers's concerns over his powers and Brubaker smartly calls back to the "Steve Rogers: Super-Soldier" mini-series he last year to add on the tension. There's a strong sense of direction in this issue and Alan Davis joining the book on art is gravy. Read Full Review
I was totally on board with the comic having villains attack Cap's mind rather than face him head on. I'm far less sure of Cap's nightmares becoming manifest in the real world. On the plus side, the art by Alan Davis is a big improvement over the last issue. Worth a look. Read Full Review
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