Captain America/Black Panther: Flags of Our Fathers

Captain America Black Panther Flags of Our Fathers For the first time ever see the full story of the first meeting of Captain America and the Black Panther It s a World War II adventure featuring a young Steve Rogers the Black Panther and Nick Fury

  • Title: Captain America/Black Panther: Flags of Our Fathers
  • Author: Reginald Hudlin Denys Cowan
  • ISBN: 9780785144014
  • Page: 153
  • Format: Paperback
  • For the first time ever, see the full story of the first meeting of Captain America and the Black Panther It s a World War II adventure featuring a young Steve Rogers, the Black Panther and Nick Fury and his Howling Commandos in combat with the nastiest Nazi villains in the Marvel Universe COLLECTING Captain America Black Panther Flags of Our Fathers 1 4

    • Captain America/Black Panther: Flags of Our Fathers by Reginald Hudlin Denys Cowan
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      Published :2019-06-15T15:07:15+00:00

    2 thoughts on “Captain America/Black Panther: Flags of Our Fathers

    1. Reginald Hudlin Denys Cowan Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the Captain America/Black Panther: Flags of Our Fathers book, this is one of the most wanted Reginald Hudlin Denys Cowan author readers around the world.

    2. Hitler wants to bomb the White House but he needs the rare metal vibranium to build his ICBMs with. Where’s the one place vibranium is found? Wakanda. As Baron von Strucker and the Red Skull prepare to invade the Black Panther’s country, they’re closely followed by Captain America, Nick Fury and the Howling Commandos looking to thwart the Fuhrer’s plans - time for a rumble in the jungle!There’s not a whole lot to this crossover miniseries. Cap and Black Panther meet for the first time [...]

    3. During World War II the Nazi's needed vibranium in order to perfect missiles they could use to attack the United States. Baron Von Strucker was sent to Wakanda to obtain the vibranium. The United States sent Captain America to help defend Wakanda along with Nick Fury and the Howling Commandos. Wakanda wasn't nearly as helpless as the Nazi's believed or as need in help as the Americans believed.Flags of Our Fathers was an interesting comic. They didn't hesitate to show some of what war can look l [...]

    4. "Evil is only allowed to flourish when good men do nothing to stop it." - Black Panther"The Third Reich is the greatest of all evils, and it's time for all good men to come together and fight." - Captain AmericaTold from the perspective of Pvt. Gabe Jones from the Howling Commandos, Flags of Our Fathers is a kick-ass WWII combat adventure - and that's accent on the war part, as this is not some PG-rated romp in the jungle - pitting our assorted Allied heroes versus the Axis powers. Red Skull (of [...]

    5. The storytelling and art weren't *amazing*, and there were some other items I took issue with, but for the most part I enjoyed this. I liked the relationships that were shown - between the Howling Commandos, between Black Panther and Captain America, etc.

    6. I love this story. I'm not as thrilled with the art, but it serves the story well enough. All of the characters are spot on.

    7. This was a reasonably good flashback story with terrible art. It takes place in World War II and features Cap, Nick Fury and the Howling Commandos, and a Black Panther who is T'Challa's grandfather, who I hadn't encountered before. The story features WWII-era villains invading Wakanda to get vibranium to help move their ballistic missile program forward, and Cap teams up with the Black Panther to fight them off while the Howling Commandos try their best to appear to be helping while also stealin [...]

    8. One of Reggie Hudlin's gift while writing Black Panther was to expand the narrative in a way that resonated with core fans while drawing in new readers. This story is great example. It was long established that the Black Panther was a title and T'Challa was not the first. Yet, for decades we only got a vague understanding of the scope and depth of the "Black Panther" and Wakanda's role in the Marvel Universe. Christopher Priest created a rich narrative that brought that to life and Hudlin contin [...]

    9. The politics almost made me give this book four stars. Hudlin does a great job weaving in messages about racial intolerance and hope in America. Sometimes this moves are a bit on the nose, but this is a Marvel comic set in WWII, so 'on the nose' is probably a practical bulls-eye. Still, the messages were fairly nuanced, even for a comic, and confrontational, which is rad.Buuuuuut, the story itself is pretty weak, especially the last issue. Things just feel pieced together rather than cohesive. T [...]

    10. Flags Of Our Fathers tells an interesting story involving Captain America's first foray into Wakanda. I really liked how Hudlin portrayed the Howling Commandos dealing with this elite nation while struggling to compare it to the racial injustices they've seen at home. Cap dealing with both the Black Panther and his Nazi enemies is always a treat. I didn't love the art by Denys Cowan but that's just personal preference. Overall, its a really good story that touches on a great era without beating [...]

    11. After seeing Captain America: Civil War, I found my favorite super hero in T'Challa aka Black Panther. Dude is literally amazing and bad ass. I knew I needed to read anything and everything I could about him.When I first grabbed this, I misread the title and thought it was Captain America VS Black Panther. Obviously my excitement over reading something like that wasn't met, but this was a good book. This was filled with action and a great storyline.

    12. A quick read, that has little motivation besides - lets punch Nazis.The issue of racial equality keeps being passively referred to here - mostly as a characterization of the Nazi's evil - but it's not given enough weight to affect the story.All we have is a tepid read where Steve Rogers decides to reveal himself to the Black Panther and be his new bbf - for no particular reason.

    13. "A great captain America story right out of the mouth of Gabriel Jones"SIDE NOTE: there were several timeline problems in this volume. In the story it seems that Captain America had already met master man and warrior woman. Yet at this time he didn't yet have his circular shield. In the old comics though he had a circular shield way before he met master man and warrior woman.

    14. Not a match-up I expected, but Hudlin did a great job of this. Particularly because a good portion of it is told from a Commando perpective rather than Steve's. Also great to see the fictional Wakanada be so damn badass. Very entertaining.

    15. Era una historieta entretenida, recuerdo, correctamente dibujada, y un buen ejercicio de retrocontinuidad, deduzco.

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