Captain America, Volume 4: The Iron Nail

Captain America Volume The Iron Nail Captain America the super soldier patriot of World War II gone Left in his place is Jet Black daughter of criminal mastermind Arnim Zola As beautiful as she is powerful Jet Black must learn the law

  • Title: Captain America, Volume 4: The Iron Nail
  • Author: Rick Remender Pascal Alixe Nic Klein Edgar Delgado Antonio Fabela Israel Silva Dean White Joe Caramagna
  • ISBN: 9780785189534
  • Page: 461
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Captain America, the super soldier patriot of World War II gone Left in his place is Jet Black, daughter of criminal mastermind Arnim Zola As beautiful as she is powerful, Jet Black must learn the laws of mortal men in New York City But when the Nazi soldiers known as the S Men lure Black into evil, will she follow in her nefarious father s footsteps Meanwhile, thCaptain America, the super soldier patriot of World War II gone Left in his place is Jet Black, daughter of criminal mastermind Arnim Zola As beautiful as she is powerful, Jet Black must learn the laws of mortal men in New York City But when the Nazi soldiers known as the S Men lure Black into evil, will she follow in her nefarious father s footsteps Meanwhile, the Weapon Minus Program has been reopenedd Captain America is unhinged When the Iron Nail begins assassinating the heads of the five largest corporations, Falcon and Jet Black are forced to make a terrible choice Can Captain America put a lid on Dr Mindbubble, or will the villain shatter Captain America s already fragile psyche And what happens when S.H.I.E.L.D s greatest secrets are revealed to the world s most dangerous man Collecting Captain America 16 21

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    2 thoughts on “Captain America, Volume 4: The Iron Nail

    1. Rick Remender Pascal Alixe Nic Klein Edgar Delgado Antonio Fabela Israel Silva Dean White Joe Caramagna says:

      Rick Remender is an American comic book writer and artist who resides in Los Angeles, California He is the writer co creator of many independent comic books like Black Science, Deadly Class, LOW, Fear Agent and Seven to Eternity Previously, he wrote The Punisher, Uncanny X Force, Captain America and Uncanny Avengers for Marvel Comics.

    2. Horrible. Just horrible.I honestly can't think of anything good to say about this turd.Cheesy dialogue, bad plot, ridiculous villains, and the art isn't anything to write home about.Mindbubble!I wish I were kidding.He farts out bubbles that control people's perception of reality, and he speaks in this hippy-dippy lingo, because his powers come from a bad experiment with LSD.There's more retarded garbage in this volume, but I can't bring myself to keep going.Just know that it's awful. Awful!This [...]

    3. 1 star is too high for this set. Rick Remender must hate Cap. All he has done during his run is tear him down. When he couldnt tear him down any further, he took away his serum. Really so now we are going to have another "new" Cap? When is Marvel going to realize that trick does not work?!?!

    4. Finally, after wading through the previous three turds, I get to the book that the Secret Wars Reading Order recommended to help contextualize whatever crazy shitstorm I'm about to see in the Time Runs Out lead-up to the main event.Let me tell you folks - for the record, I would skip volumes 1-3 if you're not a diehard Cap or Remender completionist. The best I can say for that part of the run is it makes you appreciate the better books done by Remender (and his predecessors on the Cap book).Unfo [...]

    5. I think this is one of the better volumes in Remenders Captain America run. A lot of which is down to the art and the minor similarities it has with the Winter Soldier movie because it was out around the same time as the movie (Cap taking on Helicarriers with Falcon and having to take on SHIELD agents). But the final twist of ageing him was a bit weak. I'm sure it'll be addressed more in the next volume, but it seemed really forced in there. Like, I don't think it was mentioned at all previously [...]

    6. Storyline going downfall The only good thing about it is that Romita Jr is no more drawing it! :D

    7. Pros: after some initial misgivings after he was revealed at the end of "Loose Nuke" the Dr. Mindbubble villain grew on me, man. His trippy stylings provided a useful vehicle for Remender's far-out storytelling.I also liked the one-off story about Jet being tempted to team up with Red Skull. Always good to see the old skullywag.Cons: I thought Iron Nail had potential as a villain, I loved all his anti-imperialist, anti-capitalist diatribes. So was it 100% necessary to have him metamorphose into [...]

    8. I really wanted to like this more than I did. The first issue, wherein the Red Skull tries to tempt Jet Black, was really good and had me looking forward to what comes next. Unfortunately, the rest of this volume was quite the mess, from the artwork, to the characters, to the story. Remender re-activates such minor characters as Dr. Mindbubble, the Iron Nail, and the Shaolin Science Squad to no real effect, in service of a story about America and S.H.I.E.L.D. and their imperialistic tendencies. [...]

    9. This entire Captain America run has just seemed a little off to me. It doesn't quite feel like I'm reading a Cap story. In this one we see Dr. Mindbubble doing the mind control thing and unleashing SHIELD's ultimate weapon on the world.d it'sa transformer? Really?And then the Iron Nail, who was the main villain of the arc, somehow steals Cap's super soldier serum and ages him? The art in this series has not been a problem, as it's been exceptional in every issue. But the story never seems to cli [...]

    10. Meh I continue to read this only because the hype over Falcon replacing Steve as Captain America is exciting. The story itself continues to underwhelm. It's disappointing

    11. Remender's work on Cap seems just fine to me, especially because he has great artistic collaborators, as here, Pascal Alixe (one chapter featuring Jet) and Nick Klein (up and coming talent) and Dean White (great color art).The two or three villains here - new ones - are just great. The Iron Nail is a sort of retread of the "Yellow peril" stereotype, made nastier. Dr. Mindbubble - ha! - I thought he was the Ringmaster of the Circus of Crime, but, better, he crossed supersoldier serum with LSD and [...]

    12. Ehhh. This is beginning to grate now. Six issues of Cap feeling sorry for himself whilst everything goes to crap around him, and for some reason thirty odd minutes of in-story time takes up five issues of the series. Whilst I like the idea of Dr. Mindbubble and I already commented on the Iron Nail in the previous volume, Mindbubble goes down far too easily, and Nail essentially turns into Venom with this story, and suddenly has Super Soldier Serum draining powers, so their potential easily falls [...]

    13. Captain America is back from dimension Z and has a mess of a world to clean up. Red Skull is still in command and is building more power while Jet Black decided whose side to be on. Rick Remender does another great job writing Cap, however this book was not as powerful as the previous 3. This book had a lot of set up since finalizing the past Dimension Z story, Iron Nail is back and to be honest not much of a presence. Aside from his big showdown with Cap at the end he added little to the story, [...]

    14. Leave it up to Rick Remender to create a super soldier who was created using the serum used to make cap, mixed in with LSD. Dr Mindbubble isn't the only character introduced in this trade. We also meet the Iron Nail, whose view on Capitalism and America might have more than a little truth laced within its lunacy.The action in this trade is over the top, including a massive Shield Helicarrier that also turns into a Giant Robot. It doesn't get more comic book than that.I enjoyed this status quo ch [...]

    15. Liked this better than the last volume, but Jet is still the most interesting character in this series. We got a little more of her this time, but not enough! I'm not impressed with Mindbubble (Mindbender?) or Iron Nail as villains.

    16. Giant Robots! Scaly dinosaur/men monsters,And a man named Nuke who lives up to his name. If that's all the info someone gave me I would swear this was a Power Rangers comic not a Captain America comic. I'm giving this on a 2.5.

    17. Cap battles the LSD soaked Dr. Mindbubble, the weird caricature of the Iron Nail, and the Shaolin Scientist Squad in this bizarre story that culminates in a battle inside a giant robot. Just bonkers.

    18. Total meh. I liked the first issue with Jett, but the rest was pretty boring. I'm not sure why I kept going with this line, except that it was on shelf at the library.

    19. Like Vol. 3, the introduction of interesting villains only to kill them off just as quickly is sloppy. This is a comic series and not a convenient 90 min blockbuster."The law of sacrifice is uniform throughout the world. To be effective, it demands the sacrifice of the bravest and the most spotless." - Mahatma Gandhi

    20. Honestly the best part was when Steve was "reunited" with Ian, Sharon etc and Jet. Otherwise just skip it.

    21. Rick Remender's Captain America storyline started with an intriguing new direction, and I followed the early volumes with some interest. But the promised potential never quite delivered, and with "The Iron Nail" I've lost interest in this version of the character.The basic story here is that villains have taken over some powerful SHIELD technology and are using it to strike back at what they see as the agency's imperialist power. Cap is determined to stop them and save lives. As far as conflicts [...]

    22. 3.5. This series has been all over the map in terms of consistent quality - I think I've given every volume a different rating. This one wasn't as spectacular as Loose Nuke, but it was definitely still enjoyable. The strength continues to be the characterization of Cap, while the weakness continues to be the hokey villains.

    23. Collects Captain America (2012) issues #16-21This was an intense tale in which S.H.I.E.L.D. was compromised, and beat down to a low I've never seen them hit. Everything that has happened in this series since 2012 has led up to this moment, where Steve Rogers is changed in a dramatic way. Although he didn't debut in this volume, readers really got to know the new villain, Dr. Mindbubble, in these pages. I started to realize what gives some classic villains the lasting power that they still have. [...]

    24. Once more, two stars = it was ok.Having said that, there are some things that I did not like in this story. First of all, Dr. Mindbubble. His character, his powers, the fact that he had a pipe blowing bubbles from his forehead, everything just made me go "what were they thinking?". That and the fact that they had Cap going on a somewhat bloodthirsty rampage, like saying Jet was right, seemed way out of character. The Iron Nail also lacked some proper characterization and after going toe-to-toe w [...]

    25. I've grown less and less patient with Remender's Cap as time goes on.The worst part is that it's full of great ideas. I mean, an LSD-based super soldier that creates a Captain America for a different segment of Americana? That's brilliant. And, Remender's take on Jet continues to be great, with her solo issue herein the best part of this volume.But it just isn't all coming together. I was initially turned off of this volume because from issue #17 on it depicted a dull, decompressed fight that ju [...]

    26. Captain America, the super-soldier patriot of World War II gone! Left in his place is Jet Black, daughter of criminal mastermind Arnim Zola! As beautiful as she is powerful, Jet Black must learn the laws of mortal men in New York City. But when the Nazi soldiers known as the S Men lure Black into evil, will she follow in her nefarious father's footsteps? Meanwhile, the Weapon Minus Program has been reopenedd Captain America is unhinged! When the Iron Nail begins assassinating the heads of the fi [...]

    27. People really hate Rememder's run on Cap and I don't know why. Yes, it's very different from Brubaker's run, but it's still true to Cap's character. In this volume we really see Cap get torn apart emotionally, which allows Remender to really get down to the emotional stakes of what happened in Dimension Z. Instead of being a primarily physical threat, this story is an emotional threat. I loved the character of Dr. Mindbubble, a funny, LSD infused baddy. I just wish he had been around a little lo [...]

    28. This book probably is a bit better than the rating I'm giving it- well-drawn, with sharp character design & I dig the action throughout.Something about Remender's writing, his plotting loses me constantly, there's a decided lack of interesting dialogue. This has happened to me before with his previous projects, so I don't think this can be chalked up to the source material here.The conflict is ridiculous but it's taken both far too seriously & not seriously enough to resonate much. But i [...]

    29. Logical mind focused to body!Step like the dragon!The villains here are designed like and have dialogue as though they are a ragtag bunch of Grant Morrison antiheroes. Plus about 30% 1960's wooden villain dialogue. If it weren't for the fact that all of their plans seem to involve killing massive numbers of people, they would be compelling and likeable. Not only are their actions pretty one-dimensional, but they appear to have been written out of the world. Do over? There's also a weird tension [...]

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