Captain America And The Falcon #12

Writer: Christopher Priest Artist: Greg Tocchini Publisher: Marvel Comics Release Date: February 9, 2005 Critic Reviews: 1 User Reviews: 1
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Cap pursues a distraught and suicidal MODOK to Singapore, where Cap must come between MODOK and an enraged Incredible Hulk. Ali Morales confronts Falcon on his recent odd behavior and forges an unlikely alliance.

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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Feb 28, 2005

    Greg Tocchini does a pretty passable copy of Joe Bennett's work, so if this story is collected in trade paperback form the switch between artists won't be all that jarring. He certainly does a fine job of keeping M.O.D.O.K. a very sinister looking entity, as the opening double page spread is a delightfully disturbing image of the character. The art also does some lovely work on the action as Captain America tries his best to avoid the Hulk's attacks. There's a lovely image of Cap racing away from a rampaging Hulk that manages to sell perfectly the danger that he's up against. There's also a great shot where Captain America gets tagged by one of the Hulk's punches, and he's sent flying. The art also does a pretty nice job of selling the final scene as Captain America's internal conflict is brought to a quick end by the Falcon. The cover image is also a lovely shot of the two characters racing into action. Read Full Review

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