Hail Hydra

Hail Hydra


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"This is Hydra's New York, the city that had better sleep after curfew, if it knows what's good for it. But when Ian Rogers, the hero named Nomad, finds himself in this rotten Big Apple, he will challenge its regime of terror! Nomad is no stranger to hellish surroundings, but in Hydra's Battleworld domain, he will face a new kind of nightmare in the form of a very personal foe with an all-too-familiar face: the Sentinel of Subjugation called Captain Hydra!"--Cover, page 4.
Publisher: New York : Marvel Entertainment, [2015]
ISBN: 0785198717 (paperback)
9780785198710 (pbk.)
Branch Call Number: YGN REMENDER
Characteristics: 1 volume (unpaged) : chiefly color illustrations ; 26 cm
Alternative Title: Warzones!


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Jan 03, 2017

there are plenty of Secret Wars 3 tie-ins, and some are better than others. Hail Hydra is a good tie-in, although it has very little to do with the main story of secret wars, it is a entertaining read in it's own right. Rick Remender remains a skilled writer here and the artwork is saved by that (the artwork itself is not bad, could be better, good for what it is). I would recommend this and Old Man Logan of the tie-in's i've read so far.

Sep 02, 2016

One of the numerous Secret Wars tie in miniseries. This features a part of Battleworld with Hydra firmly in control, and the adopted son of Captain America, all grown up, confronting them. The extra story, from the point of view of a front line Hydra grunt, has a warped and amusing perspective.


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