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Captain America: Red, White & Blue epub

by Bruce Jones,Bill Sienkiewicz,Paul Pope,Paul Dini,Andrew Lis,Jose Villarrubia


Captain America: Red, White & Blue epub

ISBN: 078511033X

ISBN13: 978-0785110330

Author: Bruce Jones,Bill Sienkiewicz,Paul Pope,Paul Dini,Andrew Lis,Jose Villarrubia

Category: Comics and Graphics

Subcategory: Graphic Novels

Language: English

Publisher: Marvel Enterprises (September 1, 2002)

Pages: 192 pages

ePUB book: 1916 kb

FB2 book: 1947 kb

Rating: 4.1

Votes: 534

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by Bruce Jones (Author), Bill Sienkiewicz (Author), Paul Pope (Author), Paul Dini (Illustrator), Andrew Lis (Illustrator), Jose Villarrubia .

by Bruce Jones (Author), Bill Sienkiewicz (Author), Paul Pope (Author), Paul Dini (Illustrator), Andrew Lis (Illustrator), Jose Villarrubia (Illustrator) & 3 more. This deluxe celebration of Captain America, in all his red-white-&-blue glory, features contributions by dozens of top comicbook artists, including Paul Dini and Alex Ross, Frank Quitely, Max Allan Collins, Bill Sienkiewicz, David Lloyd and others.

This deluxe celebration of Captain America, in all his red-white-&-blue glory, features contributions by dozens of top comicbook artists, including Paul Dini and Alex Ross, Frank Quitely, Max Allan Collins, Bill Sienkiewicz, David Lloyd and others. To a surprising degree, many of these tributes take a light, irreverent tone, poking fun at Cap's "boy scout" image, or (more predictably) probing the contradictary cross-currents of patriotism, tolerance and patriotic dissent, with Cap's dual role as democratic torchbearer and militaristic icon.

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Like most anthologies, Captain America: Red, White & Blue is a mixed bag. The concept of short Cap stories colored only in red, white, and blue (and black) is an interesting one. But in practice many of the chosen writers just don't get Captain America. Other books written by Dini for DC have featured his Batman Animated creation Harley Quinn as well as classic characters Superman, Batman, Captain Marvel and Zatanna. Best known among Dini's original creations is Jingle Belle, the rebellious teen-age daughter of Santa Claus.

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It reprints the original graphic novel and all eight issues of Elektra Assassin. Captain America the icon is all things to all people- the mighty hero and his indestructible shield is at once comforting and inspiring, challenging and friendly, powerful and timeless. The book you hold roams between humorous and serious, farcical and personal, and, with luck, invokes the power people give over to Captain America.

José Antonio Villarrubia Jiménez-Momediano (born 17 November 1961) – known professionally as José Villarrubia – is a Spanish-American artist and art teacher who has done considerable work in the American comic book industry, particularly as a coloris.

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Pat Brosseau Paul Becton Paul Chadwick Paul Dini Paul Neary Paul Pope Paul Ryan Paul Smith Paul Tutrone Pepe Larraz Peter B. Gillis Peter David Peter Gillis Peter Kuper Peter Sanderson Petra Scotese Phil Gosier Phil Hester Phil Hugh Felix Phil Jimenez Phil Moy Phil Rachelson Prentiss. Gillis Peter David Peter Gillis Peter Kuper Peter Sanderson Petra Scotese Phil Gosier Phil Hester Phil Hugh Felix Phil Jimenez Phil Moy Phil Rachelson Prentiss Rollins Rachelle Rosenberg Ralph Cabrera Ralph Macchio Ramon Villalobos Randy Elliott Randy Emberlin Randy Gentile Randy.

Jose Villarrubia 1. Josef 'Joe' Rubinstein 1.

Bruce Jones 2. Bruce Timm 2. David Lloyd 2. Dean Haspiel . Jose Villarrubia 1. Karl Bollers 1.

In a thought-provoking anthology, a world-class collection of top comic-book creators from around the globe presents a series of uniquely personal visions of the heroic icon that is Captain America. A Graphic Novel.
This was a nice collection of stories. I especially enjoyed Evan Dorkin's humorous contribution. The reprints were unecessary. Any Cap collector worth his salt has them already. Why not give us two more original stories? Or if you MUST reprint something, why not reprint Joe Simon/Jack Kirby's original Cap stories? Or some 40's or 50's stories we've rarely seen?
The original stories here, however, are stellar. Worth the asking price for a nice hardcover.
This deluxe celebration of Captain America, in all his red-white-&-blue glory, features contributions by dozens of top comicbook artists, including Paul Dini and Alex Ross, Frank Quitely, Max Allan Collins, Bill Sienkiewicz, David Lloyd and others. To a surprising degree, many of these tributes take a light, irreverent tone, poking fun at Cap's "boy scout" image, or (more predictably) probing the contradictary cross-currents of patriotism, tolerance and patriotic dissent, with Cap's dual role as democratic torchbearer and militaristic icon. There are several campy gems, including Evan Dorkin's "Skull And Zemo," a villainous, chaotic romp with two of Cap's oldest and most static baddies, "Capsploitation," a what-if remake that casts CA and Falcon in a B-grade "Shaft" mode, as well as "Red Raid," a hilariously psychosexual fantasy piece... There are also some older, "classic" stories, and it is here that the book falls flat. The Lee/Kirby short, "The Fantastic Origin Of The Red Skull," is a swell gem from the "Tales Of Suspense" days, but other entries are disappointing... A hamfisted, poorly illustrated '80s-era tolerance lesson from Roger Stern and Frank Miller seems like a weak entry -- if you were going to reprint an emblematic story, what about the Watergate-era bombshell ("Captain America" #176) wherein Cap discovers the bad guy who'd been plaguing him for months was none other than the country's commander-in-chief (which led to his political disillusionment, and the subsequent, rather strained "Nomad" plotline...)...? Anyway, the book closes with a teaser from John Ney Rieber's post-9/11 "Enemy" saga, which is a high note to end on, even if it was a cliffhanger... All in all, if you're a Captain America fan, this is a pretty enjoyable book which, probably wisely, doesn't take the character's mythology too seriously. A fun read!
A compendium of different stories featuring several writers and artists.

This doesn't work for me. Most of the artwork featured here is goofy and experimental and frankly, too short. One huge chunk of the book features a text discussion and description on the death of Cap America which is really not part of a comic book.
This is Captain America in Heavy Metal style, acting more like a showcase for different sages out there.
Artwork is not the best. Cannot be compared to that of The Best of Spiderman Hardcover.