Jonathan Maberry Sergio Cariello Tom Scioli Phil Winslade Kyle Hotz Harvey Tolibao
- Title: Captain America: Hail Hydra
- Author: Jonathan Maberry Sergio Cariello Tom Scioli Phil Winslade Kyle Hotz Harvey Tolibao
- ISBN: 9780785151272
- Page: 223
- Format: Paperback
From the dark days of World War II to the Heroic Age, witness the brutal battle between Captain America and the immortal evil known as Hydra How far back has the gruesome group been killing its way to capture the secrets of eternal life What can Steve Rogers do to halt its sinister spread when the horrific hordes of the undead rise to stop him Find out as award winningFrom the dark days of World War II to the Heroic Age, witness the brutal battle between Captain America and the immortal evil known as Hydra How far back has the gruesome group been killing its way to capture the secrets of eternal life What can Steve Rogers do to halt its sinister spread when the horrific hordes of the undead rise to stop him Find out as award winning horror novelist Jonathan Maberry DOOMWAR teams with five different artists to capture five different time periods including Sergio Cariello Lone Ranger , Tom Scioli Godland , Phil Winslade Wonder Woman , Kyle Hotz ANNIHILATION CONQUEST WRAITH and Graham Nolan X MEN FOREVER Guest starring the Falcon, Black Panther, Nomad, Nick Fury and the Avengers Collecting CAPTAIN AMERICA HAIL HYDRA 1 5.
Recent Comments "Captain America: Hail Hydra"
Blah, blah, blah. HYDRA sounds like a bunch of pests, instead of a group bent on world domination.If this volume is any indication, HYDRA needs to come up with a new slogan. Maybe a softer, gentler approach? How about this one?Or?Or?We should leave the science-y stuff to the geeks at A.I.M. because we suck at it?Case in point: This volume follows the struggles of Baron Von Mad Science Guy as he tries to come up with some sort of fountain of youth/GOD juice/natural watermelon flavor over the cour [...]
Each issue is set in a different era of Cap's life with multiple flashbacks to prehistory. Turns out Hydra had been around for thousands of years, all in search of creating a new race of gods (Yeah, it's dumb). Each issue has a different artist. Some of the art is downright awful and the dialogue isn't much better. It reminds me a lot of the comics from the 60's in that they feel very dated and can be painful to get through. Give this a pass.
This covers five tales in regards to the Thule Society and how they have been about for centuries upon centuries seeking immortality for their own ends. Note that each tale has the same writer, Jonathan Maberry, yet different artists for each separate tale: Sergio Cariello, Tom Scioli, Phil Winslade, Kyle Hotz and Graham Nolan.Some of the artwork is plain goofy at times but I got used to it and reminded myself art is about taking chance and it won't always be perfect.The historical clips were so [...]
This one was pretty good, but not really terrific. The art was from five different people, and while I really liked the third section from Phil Winslade, most of the other work I thought ranged from run-of-the-mill to not-very-effective. The story shows how Hydra has been chasing an immortality serum for thousands of years, and how Cap has been fighting them off-and-on since World War II. I thought some of the continuity was a trifle confusing, and at times Hydra seemed more of a semi-inept orga [...]
I thought this book would be a fun experiment: Cap fighting Hydra in five different time periods with different artists on each issue. Well, what it boiled down to was Cap and friends fighting the same damn Nazi zombies over and over five times. Pretty repetitive and ultimately boring. The art was okay, except for Tom Scioli's attempt at imitating Jack Kirby, which I found irritating and distracting.
Zombies! Hydra! Fury!I liked this, it gave me some background on Hydra, their quest for science, and a period where Captain America turned his back and was only "The Captain". I did not know that Sam/Falcon's flying apparatus came from Wakanda either, so that was cool to find out.
I do not like graphic novels or comic books.
This was a very good story and was extremely interesting as well! I would highly recommend it for any comic book reader.
I picked this up on a lark and I'm very disappointed in that lark. The idea behind this collection is fine: let's show how the Hydra organization has been working on the quest for immortality since the dawn of civilization. As a history/mythology nerd, I love this sort of hodge-podge, where we get people investigating Norse and Chinese and Egyptian myths. There's some interesting scenes--one of my favorites is the shadowy image of a Chinese immortal's living hair takes a bunch of children in sac [...]
Opening in 1944 this graphic novel spans decades as it shows how Captain America has battled with Hydra for as long as he has been alive. But in the history of Hydra that isn’t very long. They have been around since before the pyramids, and they are patient and will to out-wait their enemies to achieve their aims.During World War II they used the Nazis to further their scientific endeavours, but they were never really Nazis themselves. It was just a handy tool to hide behind, not that they did [...]
Hail Hydra is this first time so far that I've been displeased with a graphic novel. Hydra tells the story of the evil group Hydra which has reared its ugly head many times in humanities history, even back in ancient Egypt. This story bounces around a lot, showing us Steve Rodgers and Bucky fighting them back in WWII and showing some of Hydra's previous appearances. My largest problem is how inconsistent everything is. We have Rodgers as Captain America and Bucky is dead, but part 5, Bucky is Ca [...]
Jonathan Hickman's vexingly incomplete Shield has given Marvel's foremost spy organisation a secret history stretching back millennia. This appears to be an effort to do the same for their Cold War adversaries Hydra, with the slight problem that instead of being written by arguably Marvel's second-best writer, and tied in to the various other core titles on which he's worked, it's a throwaway miniseries scripted by someone generally filed under 'why do they keep hiring this guy?' In so far as th [...]
So-so collection of stories all with a common theme of Hydra trying to find an immortality serum and create new gods. Many co-stars appear as the story skips through time from the early days of Captain America to the present. Not too impressed by some of the writing nor the artwork in some of the stories.
it was ok, i am sure i seen two Captain America's in the same scene a couple of times. Have i missed something in the Marvel universe. i'm new to the Graphic novel scene and wouldn't suprise me. it was ok but nothing great.
It was fun to have each different era illustrated by a different artist, but the story wasn't all that intriguing, and I'm not sure I liked what they did with Steve and that formula.
Cap and Zombies written by Jonathan Maberry. Pretty cool full review coming.
An interesting take on the Captain America universe.
Hydra showcases the goals they have in store for the world as they battle against the good of Captain America and his allies over decades for control of the future. With an interesting plot delving into a more sinister, older, devious, organized Hydra with a complex goal of creating both eternal warriors and a superior race Captain America needs to thwart an evil plot using crumbs of clues over the ages. Once through a tough exposition, issues 3 and 4 stand out with a cohesive plot, some great e [...]
I didn't think much of the plot or writing, and some of the art in here is atrocious.
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