Captain America And The Falcon #13

Writer: Christopher Priest Artist: Dan Jurgens Publisher: Marvel Comics Release Date: March 2, 2005 Critic Reviews: 2 User Reviews: 1
6.0Critic Rating
6.5User Rating

Because of the Falcon's increasingly erratic behavior, Captain America is forced to sever his long-time partnership with The Falcon while the Anti-Cap goes on a murderous rampage.

  • 8.0
    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Mar 11, 2005

    I haven't seen Dan Jurgens work for quite some time, and while I've never been a huge fan of his work, I rather enjoyed the art he provides on this issue. The issue opens with a great sequence that plays against the norm, as the dark Captain America throws a man out of a helicopter, and when one turns the page instead of the scene where he saves the man at the last moment, a powerful panel makes it quite clear why the real Captain America should have a problem with this character running around. The art also perfectly sells the dramatic impact of the scene where we see the cost of Sam's encounter with the gun man in the hallway. The power of the panel is undeniable. There's also a nice one page shot of Sam cradling the body of the seemingly dead Captain America that is far more effective than it really has any right being. The ruthless quality of the dark Captain America in the final pages is also well presented, as even the Punisher would have a difficult time keeping up with his Read Full Review

  • 4.0
    Comics Bulletin - Shawn Hill Mar 10, 2005

    In the end, events are too over the top to make sense. Im not sure about Steves fate, but I dont see Anti-Cap (a straight-up murderer) and Falcon lasting long term, and Im completely non-plussed as to why he needs to recommit to the costume, which weve seen him happily deploy throughout this series. Is he still cheesed at being framed and betrayed? Well, then go get em already! Read Full Review

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