Captain America: The Korvac Saga #TP

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Captain America: proud member of the Avengers, but a man out of time - frozen for decades and unaccustomed to modern life. Can the Sentinel of Liberty learn to fight alongside heroes 60 years younger than him? And why does Cap feel a strange connection to the man named Korvac? Ben McCool (Choker) brings you an epic tale ten centuries in the making! Includes the issue that kicked off the classic Korvac Saga from 1978.
by Marvel Comics

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Published May, 2011 (Modern Age) by Marvel Comics and went on sale in 2011 for $14.99 USD. This issue contains 112 pages in Color, the current NM value is $15.00 USD. The publisher has rated this issue All Ages.

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ISBN-10: 0785151605
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  • Souljacker (Pages )
  • Strange Days
  • The Korvac Saga, Part 1: Tomorrow Dies Today! (Pages )
  • The Star Lord (Pages )
  • The Traveler (Pages )

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bobashep
3.5

by on 3/25/2022 9:42:00 PM

Don't get me wrong. This was an exciting book. Justice League Unlimited's Ben McCool's story is modern with a nostalgic touch. Craig Rousseau's (Marvel Her-oes) art and inks are dynamic. But the dialogue is terse, the vocabulary is too advanced and the lines are too thin for an All Ages read. I'd say this was more of a 11 and up type read. Maybe go 12 or 13. I know that kids read and differing levels. But I can't see a 4 year old reading this.

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