Captain America And The Falcon #4

Captain America And The Falcon #4

Writer: Christopher Priest Artist: Bart Sears, Rob Hunter Publisher: Marvel Comics Release Date: June 23, 2004 Critic Reviews: 2
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TWO AMERICAS PART 4 Captain America and the Falcon are reunited in Miami after the Falcon single-handedly faced down the super-powered Cap impersonator. Now Captain America must bring the "Anti-Cap" to justice!

  • 6.0
    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Jul 5, 2004

    Whatever loyalty that Bart Sears managed to build up during his run on "Justice League Europe" took a serious blow with his amateurish work on the previous "Spider-Woman" series, and as such a return to this loosely structured, ill-defined style on this issue has pretty much convinced me that Bart Sears is a name that will cause me to put a book back on the shelf. This is an awful looking issue, and it's exactly the type of confusing art that a Christopher Priest written title doesn't need, as one needs to be able to follow the art to make sense of his elaborately structured stories. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    Comics Bulletin - Shawn Hill Jul 1, 2004

    News that a new artist is coming on board is very promising, as Priests grasp of these characters (maybe he can pick up the pieces of Avengers once Bendis is finished?) is as entertainingly sound as ever. Read Full Review

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