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Captain America #6: Review

Apr 1997
Jeph Loeb, Rob Liefeld

Story Name:

Soldiers

Review & Comments

Rating:
3 stars

Captain America #6 Review by (July 10, 2010)
On every level, the second story is considerably better than the first. This accomplished just as much in 3 pages as the first story did in 20. The first story literally comes out of nowhere. I suspect that when it became clear that the opening arc couldn't be extended further this was done at the last minute.



 

Synopsis / Summary / Plot

Captain America #6 Synopsis by Kevin Hollander
While searching for clues to the location of his mentor Blacquesmith, Cable inadvertently triggers a temporal device that sends him into the Heroes Reborn universe. He appears at the side of Captain America and he prepares to battle Baron Zemo, MODOK, and squad of AIM agents that have taken over the S.H.I.E.L.D. helicarrier.

After a few minutes, Rikki Barnes joins the battle. Cable determines that she must be the new Bucky. He then telepathically knocks out MODOK and watches Cap fight through the AIM agents toward Zemo.

Cable performs a brief telepathic scan and learns - much to his surprise - that this is the real Captain America, not an alternate-world version as he originally thought.

Before Cable can actually have a real conversation with the displaced hero, Blacquesmith's machines unexpectedly pull him back to the proper reality.

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Story #2

Industrial Revolution: Epilogue

Writer: Jeph Loeb. Plot: Rob Liefeld. Penciler: Ian Churchill. Inker: Jon Sibal. Colorist: Andy Troy.

Synopsis / Summary / Plot

(Continued from IRON MAN Vol. 2 #6)

Captain America, Iron Man, and Thor meet Nick Fury in his private quarters on the heli-carrier for a brief meeting.

Iron Man states that since the incident on Avengers' Island, S.H.I.E.L.D. is unable to properly fund the Avengers' program. That being the case, he informs Fury that Tony Stark will take on this responsibility.

The Avengers will from this point forward exist an an independent entity.



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Rob Liefeld
Jon Sibal
Andy Troy
Rob Liefeld (Cover Penciler)
Jon Sibal (Cover Inker)


Characters

Listed in Alphabetical Order.

Baron Zemo
Baron Zemo

(Helmut)
Captain America
Captain America

(Steve Rogers)
Iron Man
Iron Man

(Tony Stark)
Thor
Thor

(Odinson)

Plus: A.I.M., Bucky (Rikki Barnes), Cable.