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Overview

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?

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The Lazarus Formula 0

As much as appears that Jonathan Maberry is stint to this "zombie" kind of arc story, he definitely rose up this stricted circle, using of course some of the elements he is more used to, but with such a noir ambient, such a great story about World War II that didn´t end up being a cliche. I guess Sergio Cariello truly captured the image and message here, as he penciled great scenes, from fights to flash backs in a medieval castle. Despite some saying this is all a merchandise thing or a marketin...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

Hydra is worming its way deeper into Cap's past 0

A Captain America story from WWII. Did this adventure really happen or is it being retconned into his past now?  The Good Captain America and Bucky in WWII is always fun to see. The Bucky we get here is the one willing to shoot the enemy with his machine gun and strangle guards from behind. Bucky and Cap go off on a secret mission and discover the horrific plans of an mad scientist and soon discover that there exists a secret organization bigger than the Nazi party.  The Bad Is this story canon?...

1 out of 2 found this review helpful.
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