While I rather enjoyed the first two issues of the series, this one didn't capture me quite as strongly since it moved away from Cap and what he was going through. The action side is minimal overall, but I really enjoyed the culmination of Schmidt's story here as Himmler gets his hooks into him. Going back to Germany in 1934 and seeing how some of the pieces come together is pretty good but the short form nature of the book doesn't give it the room to breathe. Adding a little more context to the movie universe of the Marvel characters has been fun so far but this one takes us down an unexpected path based on what we saw in the previous issue. Of course, they can go only so far with it since they're dealing with setting up the movie a bit rather than telling a full on tale. Read Full Review
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