Five issues in and I am still convinced that my original theory is correct. I don't know what Zola's endgame is here but I still suspect that Cap is still strapped into one of Zola's crazy machines or laying on a table in his lab and all of these adventures in Zola's world are actually happening in Cap's mind.
Keb wrote:Okay I read 1-5 last night like it was a collected book. I have to say that much like uncanny avengers, this does not read will on a monthly basis. When you can't see the story on the whole it's like confusing and fractured and shit. When you read it all together it's way better.
I'll have to go back and give this a try. I am actually enjoying this series but I wonder if I were to sit down and read it all in one sitting, if I wouldn't like it a little bit more.
I assume that it was the same logic that was used in Dragon Ball Z where the fighters would wear these ridiculously heavy, gravity defying clothes to train in and then remove them prior to battle so they could move faster and punch harder...or something.
Keb wrote:Don't know why Jet Black had to be naked to fight Cap though. That was silly.