It doesn't matter how isolated from the rest of the Marvel Universe this series might be. Brubaker's writing recalls the best days of his Captain America run, while the visuals alone are well worth the price of admission. What more could a Marvel fan ask for? Read Full Review
Steve Epting, the man who helped Brubaker reintroduce Bucky to the Marvel Universe, crafts a cover that is both alluring and exciting. It captures the espionage aspect of this book perfectly while also managing to portray a sultry Black Widow with a stoic Bucky Barnes. It has a very old-school resonance to it as well, with Black Widow sporting a somewhat retro hairstyle oozing a Charlie's Angels kind of vibe. Read Full Review
Okay, so it doesn't have gorillas with machine guns, but a motor home of death is still pretty cool, and Brubaker keeps the tension taught as Bucky does his impression of Sandra Bulluck from Speed. Another strong issue with a nice (if far too foreseeable) twist at the end. Worth a look. Read Full Review
It shows a little bit of a flashback into how Widow was trained to become the person that she is today. Whilst I preferred #6 it still kept the storyline going in the direction that keeps the story interesting for the future. Read Full Review
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