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Trapped in the strange distorted world of Dimension Z, Captain America finds himself the lone custodian of a young boy who just happens to be the son of the sinister scientist Arnim Zola. Travelling through a desert wasteland, Cap battles to keep his young ward safe from harm. But with the warped super villain's evil agents on his trail and the savage Barbarians of Phrox o Trapped in the strange distorted world of Dimension Z, Captain America finds himself the lone custodian of a young boy who just happens to be the son of the sinister scientist Arnim Zola. Travelling through a desert wasteland, Cap battles to keep his young ward safe from harm. But with the warped super villain's evil agents on his trail and the savage Barbarians of Phrox on the prowl, Cap faces one of the most gruelling challenges of his life. Collects Captain America vol 7 #1-10.


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Trapped in the strange distorted world of Dimension Z, Captain America finds himself the lone custodian of a young boy who just happens to be the son of the sinister scientist Arnim Zola. Travelling through a desert wasteland, Cap battles to keep his young ward safe from harm. But with the warped super villain's evil agents on his trail and the savage Barbarians of Phrox o Trapped in the strange distorted world of Dimension Z, Captain America finds himself the lone custodian of a young boy who just happens to be the son of the sinister scientist Arnim Zola. Travelling through a desert wasteland, Cap battles to keep his young ward safe from harm. But with the warped super villain's evil agents on his trail and the savage Barbarians of Phrox on the prowl, Cap faces one of the most gruelling challenges of his life. Collects Captain America vol 7 #1-10.

30 review for Captain America: Castaway in Dimension Z

  1. 5 out of 5

    Ignacio

    Con lo bien tirado que está el Thor de Aaron, el único tebeo Marvel Now que he leído hasta ahora, me ha sorprendido lo mal planteado que está esta "refundación" del Capitán América. Rick Remender lo convierte en un sosias de Kazar o Kamandi y lo embarca en un puñado de aventurillas pulp en otro mundo bastante absurdas y, lo que es peor, aburridas. Por si esto no fuera suficiente el arco argumental se despeña a lo grande en sus últimos tres números cuando, tachán tachán, se soluciona todo con una Con lo bien tirado que está el Thor de Aaron, el único tebeo Marvel Now que he leído hasta ahora, me ha sorprendido lo mal planteado que está esta "refundación" del Capitán América. Rick Remender lo convierte en un sosias de Kazar o Kamandi y lo embarca en un puñado de aventurillas pulp en otro mundo bastante absurdas y, lo que es peor, aburridas. Por si esto no fuera suficiente el arco argumental se despeña a lo grande en sus últimos tres números cuando, tachán tachán, se soluciona todo con una acumulación de giros a cada cual más incoherente y que, si me deja con algo de interés por leer el siguiente tomo, es por si será capaz de recomponerse de tal desbarajuste. Romita Jr. siempre es solvente, aunque aquí hace un trabajo de toma el dinero y corre porque el guión además tampoco le da espacio para lucirse. Un drama.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Phillip Berrie

    I thought this pretty poor. It lacked consistency and has very little continuity with the rest of the Marvel universe; this is especially a problem considering the time frame over which the story occurs. I also didn't like the way Captain America survived (and continued fighting) with wounds that should have, at the very least, incapacitated him, if not killed him outright. There is one particular panel where clearly he must have his back broken in several places by a blow with an edged weapon th I thought this pretty poor. It lacked consistency and has very little continuity with the rest of the Marvel universe; this is especially a problem considering the time frame over which the story occurs. I also didn't like the way Captain America survived (and continued fighting) with wounds that should have, at the very least, incapacitated him, if not killed him outright. There is one particular panel where clearly he must have his back broken in several places by a blow with an edged weapon that clearly penetrates several inches into his back. This inconsistency also affects the drawing, with his shield seemingly able to change its size randomly. I have given it 2 stars because the concept of the story had a little promise.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Johnny Andrews

    Not your usual Cap fair this which is good in ways if you do want something fresh and different. The main premise is Steve being stranded in Zola's weird dimension full of experimental mutations and the Steve rescues Zola's "son" to take him away from being brought up in evil surroundings. The scenes between the Cap and the boy remind me of The Road which is good. It also delves back into Cap's past but avoids the WWII stuff as it has been done but focuses on Steve Rogers the child and his upbrin Not your usual Cap fair this which is good in ways if you do want something fresh and different. The main premise is Steve being stranded in Zola's weird dimension full of experimental mutations and the Steve rescues Zola's "son" to take him away from being brought up in evil surroundings. The scenes between the Cap and the boy remind me of The Road which is good. It also delves back into Cap's past but avoids the WWII stuff as it has been done but focuses on Steve Rogers the child and his upbringing which is a good juxtaposition to the starkness of Zola's dimension. Very sci-fi and out of usual Captain America comfort zone, maybe another read and it will be even better.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Desa

    Puessss....la etapa de Rick Remender de Cap me está pareciendo una cosa mu loca, y más viniendo de leer la de Brubaker...no estoy segura de que acabe de gustarme, tbh.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Mark

    A fairly dull Captain America story. The plot didn't grip me, the characters were dull and the action was limited. A fairly dull Captain America story. The plot didn't grip me, the characters were dull and the action was limited.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Marcelo Soares

    Capitão América - Náufrago na Dimensão Z É, eu sei, vocês não gostam, né? O Remender guarda o talento pra Image e o Romitinha se perdeu no meio do caminho. Eu sei. Mas eu curto essa fase, por um motivo simples: é um gibi de super-herói com tudo aquilo que um gibi deve ter; frases de feito, breves relances sobre questões importantes, expectativas a cada 22 páginas, vilões nazistas, redenção, acho que rola até uma retcon e, claro, um fim bem mais ou menos porque o importante é ligar uma história se Capitão América - Náufrago na Dimensão Z É, eu sei, vocês não gostam, né? O Remender guarda o talento pra Image e o Romitinha se perdeu no meio do caminho. Eu sei. Mas eu curto essa fase, por um motivo simples: é um gibi de super-herói com tudo aquilo que um gibi deve ter; frases de feito, breves relances sobre questões importantes, expectativas a cada 22 páginas, vilões nazistas, redenção, acho que rola até uma retcon e, claro, um fim bem mais ou menos porque o importante é ligar uma história sem pé nem cabeça com a próxima saga da Marvel. Enfim o que vale nessa porcaria é caracterização do bom Capitão como o cara que não desiste. Por que isso é importante? Porque esse é o âmago do personagem, o cara que sempre se levanta, não interessa o quanto ele apanhou, ele se levanta - e ele apanha muito nessa história; eu gosto dessa caracterização, uma das coisas mais difíceis é justamente isso, se levantar, eu não preciso ganhar todas, mas eu preciso tentar - claro, na vida real é coisa é mais complicada do que encher um cara que tem uma televisão mal sintonizada na barriga de sopapos, mas fazemos o que podemos. Novamente, essa caracterização do bom Capitão me lembra a fase do Mark Waid - um dos grandes quadrinistas modernos - em que fica muito claro que o Steve Rogers não é leal ao país, mas leal ao sonho; e poucas coisas encapsulam mais o sonho americano que o lutar até o fim. Embora eu tenha plena consciência de que é só um sonho, essa história fez eu me perguntar: qual é o nosso sonho? O que o nosso lábaro estrelado do hino representa? Honestamente, eu acho que nada.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Angel

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    Shaun England

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  10. 5 out of 5

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  11. 5 out of 5

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  12. 5 out of 5

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  20. 5 out of 5

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  21. 4 out of 5

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  27. 5 out of 5

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  30. 5 out of 5

    Mari

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