Captain America And The Falcon #7

Writer: Christopher Priest Artist: Joe Bennett Publisher: Marvel Comics Release Date: September 1, 2004 Critic Reviews: 1 User Reviews: 2
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Cap struggles to come to terms with his newfound feelings for the Scarlet Witch while horrors from his past nearly consume him!

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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Sep 7, 2004

    Joe Bennett opens the issue with a memorable visual of the Scarlet Witch passed out of Captain America's couch that nicely teases the readers with the idea that this seemingly unlikely pairing has taken the next step. The rest of the issue is largely talking heads, but the art keeps things visually engaging by continually shifting the perspective, and offering up a nice range of facial expressions, as how can one not love the Falcon's crazed expression as he advances toward Norman. The art also nicely captures Captain America's confusion when he learns that the Scarlet Witch doesn't seem to share his memories of the previous night. The last page also offers up a wonderful visual teaser, as Joe Bennett takes what could've been a goofy moment, and turns it into something truly disturbing, as I don't think I've ever seen this character looking quite so hideous. Read Full Review

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