Captain America And The Falcon #3

Writer: Christopher Priest Artist: Bart Sears, Rob Hunter Publisher: Marvel Comics Release Date: May 5, 2004 Critic Reviews: 1 User Reviews: 1
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TWO AMERICAS PART 3 Ordered to find and capture the Falcon, Captain America continues his search to uncover the true reason why the authorities want Cap's former partner in custody.

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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell May 13, 2004

    The rest of the issue is focused on the race for the mysterious item at the centre of the plot, and while the story delights in teasing us with this item's importance without revealing what it is, the simple fact of the matter is that it's simply enough that it acts to drive the actions of the three principals, with the fake Captain America coming across as a truly terrifying presence as he lays into the Falcon, which in turn makes the real Captain America's arrival on the final page all the more dramatic. However while the story is a highly effective bit of suspense, Bart Sears seems to be struggling with the material, as he's got characters posing, and eating up huge sections of the page, while the action is playing out within the confines of a series of small panels. The big fight between the Falcon and the fake Captain America does convey a nice sense of urgency though. Read Full Review

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