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Subj: Captain America #700!!!
Posted: Thu Apr 12, 2018 at 04:09:17 pm EDT (Viewed 356 times)
Captain America 700
Where CAPTAIN AMERICA #700 Goes Wrong
However, the colossal fault of CAPTAIN AMERICA #700 is its ending. Let’s just say that basically everything that has happened in the last three issues is retconned. Everything. Including all of that great development I just mentioned, plus whatever I missed in this review. How? Well, you’ll have to read to figure that out.
It’s extremely unfortunate. The arc wasn’t the best material Captain America has ever gotten, but it was definitely fun. It was creative and unique, especially for a character like Captain America. And, with the milestone of CAPTAIN AMERICA #700 came a lot of great moments for the character. It’s a shame that, in the end, it was all basically for nothing.
However, that’s not to say this milestone fails. Yes, the ending drops the ball for the “Out of Time” arc as a whole, but it’s still a great culmination of the character of Captain America. So, yeah, not a total failure, I guess.
Yeah, this BIG Anniversary SPECIAL issue 'went wrong' as that review explains. Guess that Americans will nver get to compare a year of reign with King Cap to President Stevil now that no one will remember the former. Thing and Hulk were much more entertaining on the cover than Thing and Banner inside. Even Liang got shortchanged, especially given she was the only other character of significance and she never even got a courteous hello from Steve in that last panel present. Here is the link to the rest of that THOROUGH review and it's very generous -OVERLY generous- rating:
BACKUP STORY: "The Gantlet"
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Have we seen that tiny Stark-manufactured android brain for LMD's before. Cap saved it but is it the entire CPU design for all LMD's - or was it a newly designed virus protection unit to deploy in the LMD's infected? So, before the LMD were all networked and after this they are internally self-sufficient?
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