Ultimate Comics Captain America #3

Writer: Jason Aaron Artist: Ron Garney Publisher: Marvel Comics Release Date: March 2, 2011 Critic Reviews: 2 User Reviews: 5
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An Ultimate Comics groundbreaking miniseries! Captain America has seen things no soldier should ever see, been to places that no man should be able to return, and beaten foes that no other hero could put down. Now, in the jungles of Cambodia, one man will push Captain America to, and past his limits. And Cap may not come back! The superstar team of Jason Aaron and Ron Garney bring you a brutal story you will NOT want to miss!

  • 8.0
    IGN - Mar 2, 2011

    While artist Ron Garney isn't at the top of his game with this series, issue #3 also marks his strongest effort so far. Garney has traded in his recent sketchy style for a more traditional inked approach. The main problem is that his work isn't as detailed or nuanced as it could be. However, Garney captures all the pain and hardship of Cap's repetitive torture and physical struggles. With any luck, issue #4 can meet or exceed this level of quality. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    The Weekly Crisis - Ryan K Lindsay Mar 5, 2011

    This issue is brutal fun and the intensity is palpable. The aspect of truth of purpose and purity of focus is well played in this issue but in the end it's just still feeling too thin. This trade will end up an interesting little read and this issue will be the part where it really picks up. Read Full Review

  • 10
    Ultimate Goblin Aug 10, 2022

    That. Was. Just. AWESOME!

    Man, I love Aaron. The issue is full of Nuke torturing Cap and he really deserved it. "I'm the greatest hero who ever lived"... Freaking douche. You wouldn't live, if Peter wasn't there to take your bullet and die... And the way Cap was tortured... It's especially cool now, when everyone bans Russia everywhere. How about to talk about the past of America and why it was the greatest in the eyes of pretty much everyone. I think every country's rulers can make some bad decisions and it's cool that Aaron can use it against his hero, because it really evokes some strong emotions. At least it did for me. It's fine that America isn't all that white and good here.

    Also the conclusion is a great cliffh more

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    Storm Winterfyre Nov 1, 2018


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