Captain America And The Falcon #6

Captain America And The Falcon #6

Writer: Christopher Priest Artist: Joe Bennett, Jack Jadson Publisher: Marvel Comics Release Date: August 4, 2004 Critic Reviews: 2
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The Falcon must battle his way past elite naval operatives while Cap chooses between his partner and his principles as he suffers a mysterious battle fatigue that replays his worst failures!

  • 8.0
    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Aug 10, 2004

    Joe Bennett has done wonders for this title, as not only is his highly detailed work quite impressive, but even better it's remarkably easy to follow the action on the page. From the explosive opening sequence that has our heroes battling their way past an army of soldiers in a crowded newsroom, to the high flying action as the Falcon tests out his new wings against a pair of attack choppers. The nightmare scenes also manage to convey the horror of the moment, as we know that Bucky's doomed the moment we see him on that rocket. The only compliant I would make about the art is to repeat that J. Jonah Jameson and the Navy admiral look far too similar, which results in yet another confusing moment. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Comics Bulletin - Shawn Hill Aug 9, 2004

    Nothing. Well, theres still the Cuban stuff to resolve, and the Anti-Cap is pretty much off-screen this issue even though hes driving the plot. Things are a bit hectic. But the developments all make sense for steady readers. Im glad I stuck with this book, because its rising as high on my reading list as Black Panther did before Velluto left. With the right artist, Priest is on par with best Marvel has to offer of the guys in tights. Read Full Review

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