Discordian cells attack American interests all over the world! Shock journalist Reed Braxton is turning the public against the Sentinel of Liberty. But if Reed Braxton is dead, who the heck is that on live television?
As we reach closer to the end of Ed Brubaker's run on Captain America there is clearly no sign of this comic slowing down. Captain America #16 is another example of how Brubaker is able to mix in strong action with great character. Every character has something to do in this issue that all feel important to the bigger picture of the story. With what this issue establishes the next issue of Captain America everything is set for a strong ending for this story. Read Full Review
The only thing this issue has going for it is Scot Eaton's art. Some pages look better than others, but when they look good they look really good. His style is fun and vibrant. There action scenes look good, which only adds to the disappointment that Cap is fighting guys like Missile Magician. It'd be nice if Eaton got to draw something more compelling, with a bit more story and character. As it is, it feels like he's polishing a turd. Read Full Review