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Comic Book: Hail Hydra

What This Book is About:
SECRET WARS 3 tie-in: Nomad (Ian Rogers) finds himself trapped in an alternate timeline where Hydra rules the world in a fascist dictatorship. He joins the resistance but what can one man do?

Data Sheet:
Dates
Jul 2015 to Nov 2015
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Characters most frequently found in this comic book:
In order of appearances.

Captain America
Captain America

(Steve Rogers)
Iron Man
Iron Man

(Tony Stark)
Plus: Arnim Zola.
Hail Hydra #1
Hail Hydra #1

(Jul 2015)

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Hail Hydra #1
4 stars

Hail Hydra #1

July 2015
"(No title given)"
Script: Rick Remender
Supposedly killed in the assault on Hydra headquarters (ALL-NEW CAPTAIN AMERICA #6), Nomad (Ian Rogers) had found his way to the Infinite Elevator which takes him to an alternate New York, a dark and ugly one built by Hydra. [...]
Hail Hydra #2
4 stars

Hail Hydra #2

September 2015
"(No title given)"
Script: Rick Remender
Nomad (Ian Rogers) remembers how his father Captain America/Steve Rogers told him to never give up... Useful since he is in battle with this world''s version of himself, Captain Hydra/Leopold Zola. [...]
Hail Hydra #3
4 stars

Hail Hydra #3

September 2015
"(No title given)"
Script: Rick Remender
A disguised Nomad (Ian Rogers) and Ellie attend a public announcement by the Avengers headed by Iron Baron (Strucker) with Captain Hydra being given the credit for destroying the rebel base (being the boss''s son and all). [...]
Hail Hydra #4
4 stars

Hail Hydra #4

November 2015
"(No title given)"
Script: Rick Remender
Flashback to Earth-616 with Nomad (Ian Rogers) having a quiet breakfast with his adoptive father, the now-elderly Steve Rogers. Ian is puzzled at how Steve never just quit when he realized that not killing one''s enemies just made for a long, drawn-out, and pointless career as a hero. [...]