Captain America/Falcon #2

Writer: Christopher Priest Artist: Bart Sears Publisher: Marvel Comics Critic Reviews: 1
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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Apr 13, 2004

    A very exciting issue that is full of some wonderfully intense moments of action and intrigue, but it's difficult to embrace an issue like this no matter how well written it is when the art seems to be at cross-purposes with the writing. I mean it's clear Bart Sears is putting more time and effort on the page than I saw over on "Spider-Woman", as there's a level of detail on the page that would be impressive if it wasn't combined with some visuals that seem to be deliberately designed to confuse the readers. I mean I have to openly wonder about the annoying habit that he has of placing a poster shot of the character on the side of the page, while the action is playing out of the page, as these shots are an unnecessary distraction. I mean I had to remind oneself that Captain America is inside one of those colliding planes even though the art has him floating high above them. Still, in spite of the problems I had with the art, the story itself is quite entertaining as Christopher Priest Read Full Review

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