A wonderful looking issue that is let down by some fairly weak writing, as John Ney Rieber offers up a villain who has a fairly convincing motivation for his attacks, and the response that he has Captain America offering up is almost painful in how it fails to address the whole point that is made by the villain. I mean it's one thing to bring up the idea that America has supplied weapons to some rather questionable groups, but one has to wonder what's the point of doing so if John Ney Rieber is going to counter this idea with a response that completely whitewashes the issue. It also doesn't help that Captain America's big final speech has him discussing the idea of causing undue pain to others while he's busy smashing the man's head through a concrete wall. I'm not say I'm more sympathetic with the villain's point of view, but I am annoyed that John Ney Rieber dropped the ball after he developed such a strong debate for these characters to become embroiled in. Having the villain basica Read Full Review
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