Captain America / Iron Man #4

Writer: Derek Landy Artist: Angel Unzueta Publisher: Marvel Comics Release Date: March 2, 2022 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 3 User Reviews: 7
6.6Critic Rating
7.6User Rating

Secrets, lies and sinister motivations! Tony and Steve must form an uneasy alliance with their treacherous enemies in order to survive an assault by a swarm of Myrmidon-class killer robots, as the Paladins - the team of eager new super heroes - find themselves in way over their heads when they go up against the Overseer. Long live the New Tech!
Rated T+

  • 8.7
    The Super Powered Fancast - Deron Generally Mar 2, 2022

    Unzueta crafts some awesome art in this issue. There are some great action moments intercut with awesome character designs. Read Full Review

  • 6.0 - Tim Adams Mar 2, 2022

    This penultimate issue turned out to be one of the better installments of Captain America/Iron Man. Read Full Review

  • 5.0
    Weird Science Marvel Comics - mrgabehernandez Mar 2, 2022

    Bits and PiecesCaptain America/Iron Man #4 connects all the dots to reveal the villain's master plan, but it's a convoluted mess. Landy goes out of his way to prove that the shortest distance between two points looks like an unspooled ball of yarn gathered in a heap. That said, there's plenty of great rock 'em, sock 'em robot smashing. Buy it for the visuals, but save yourself the headache and ignore the mess of a story. Read Full Review

  • 10
    Flexstyle Mar 2, 2022

    This is a good world's finest book.

    Derek Landy really understand the voices for Tony and Cap.

    I didn't see the plot twist coming but it was good.

    My only gripe is I wish Veronica's arbor wasn't just a mishap gear from Iron Man armour/Goblin Glider/Doc Oak tails

  • 7.5
    Amazing Psycamorean Mar 21, 2022

    I like the ideas present in this issue. Like that superheroes hold a ton of power and they can be more dangerous than helpful. If you're at all cognizant about power balances and hierarchy, the idea of super powered individuals is concerning, if it were somehow made real. This issue doesn't *really* explore that too much, but it's there and that's neat. Poor Fifty-One.

  • 7.0
    CrazyforRAMU Jul 21, 2022

    The whole cast teams up to laboriously explain the true plot. It's a complicated writing job, and it's carried off with admirable skill and clarity.

    But there's a bigger question: Did the plot *need* to be this convoluted? The sheer volume of words crammed in this issue suggests to me that no, it did not.

    The core premise is intriguing. Veronica Eden has considered the risk/reward balance of superheroes and come up with a conclusion at odds with the Marvel universe's usual take. Thus, she's become a villain with an arguably righteous cause.

    However, there has *got* to be a better way to explore that premise than this series' "punch-joke-punch-joke-talk-talk-talk-talk" structure.

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