Captain America #10

Captain America #10

Writer: Chuck Austen Artist: Jae Lee Publisher: Marvel Comics Critic Reviews: 1
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Cap's on a vision quest he didn't volunteer for. And waiting for him in the depths of his psyche are his greatest enemies!

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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Mar 14, 2003

    This issue suffers from a lack of direction, as there are time when it almost seems like Chuck Austen hasn't gotten bored of a particular aspect of the plot, so he simply drops it, and moves on to an idea that he considers more interesting. This in turn results in some rather awkward scene transitions, as the havoc that the storm generating Inali is causing is suddenly dropped from the book, and replaced by a rather bizarre plot twist that has Captain America heading off with Nick Fury to look in on an army of Captain America & Bucky clones. There's also a rather strange little scene where Captain America suddenly decides to engage in a little romance, following on the heels of what he believed to be a heated battle with a half dozen of his most dangerous enemies. Now I guess one could write off his odd behavior as his mental function being impacted by the drugs, but even this plot point is rapidly dropped from the book, as one moment he's under the influence and then when the plot nee Read Full Review

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