Captain America Vol. 2: Castaway in Dimension Z Book 2

Writer: Rick Remender Artist: John Romita Jr. Publisher: Marvel Comics Hardcover: November 27, 2013, $24.99 Trade Paperback: July 23, 2014, $19.99 Issues: 5, Issue Reviews: 79
7.8Critic Rating
7.5User Rating

The odd saga of Dimension Z continues, with the shocking fate of Steve Rogers revealed: Long live Captain Zola — master of lies, injustice and the Dimension Z way! But even as Arnim Zola gets everything he wants, a traitor strikes. Ian’s fate is decided as Zola’s master plan is revealed, and Steve Rogers has just one chance to set all of this right. Broken, beaten and near dead, he must defeat Zola — or all is lost! And with the only way back to Earth slowly closing forever, Captain America must make the hardest decision of his life. Plus: A character you never expected reemerges from the past, and Zola targets humanity squarely in hi more

  • 8.0
    ockedman Jan 31, 2017

    I'm really not a fan of John Romita Jr. While I was positively surprised in the first volume, the art here is totally different, and it's ugly. The problem is that the style changes every issue because there are many different inkers and colorists, so it's very inconsistent. Sometimes it's fine and sometimes it's too detailed and unreadable. I have no idea why. Maybe Romita hadn't enough time to draw. The art is a huge letdown in this volume.

    Fortunately, Rick Remender is a real master! As always, the characterization of the protagonist is perfect and the narration is interesting and innovative. The story is full of surprises and of twists. There is no boring moment. For me, what he's doing with Captain America is unique. I loved this long story arc, but it would have been way better with another artist. The ending is incredible and I'm tremendously excited for the next volumes!

  • 8.0
    gammarayjonas Apr 16, 2016

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  • 6.5
    Dan Apr 11, 2015

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