As seems to be the case on this book, right when I'm all ready to jump ship, thanks to a colossal creative miscue, the book manages to offer up an idea that I find genuinely compelling. This issue nicely hints at an untold chapter in Captain America's past that actually seems to have enough credibility to it that I can't help but think it might just be true. This issue also wisely dumps the entire Bucky clone idea into the dumpster it was dug out of, and here's hoping Chuck Austen doesn't feel the need to follow up on this goofy idea. I'm also glad to see Captain America is not ready to fully trust Hana, and her rather convenient arrival in these pages. Now I do have to say that Chuck Austen's take on Thor is so overblown, that I'm glad the character is not a regular member of this book's cast, but Jae Lee does some great visual work on Thor, so overall I was pleased with the Thunder God's guest-appearance. Read Full Review
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