Captain America And The Falcon #8

Writer: Christopher Priest Artist: Andrea DiVito Publisher: Marvel Comics Release Date: October 6, 2004 Critic Reviews: 1 User Reviews: 1
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Captain America comes to suspect that he has been under psychological attack from the rogue Navy Intelligence unit that created the so-called "Anti-Cap." He then heads out on a mission to investigate...

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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Oct 13, 2004

    I'm enjoying Andrea Divito's work over on "Thor" so seeing him providing guest-art on this title is a welcome sight, as it's a highly polished style with enough detail that one can't help but be impressed, and it also doesn't hurt that it does an effective job of laying out a fairly complex plot. I also have to give this issue credit for its work on M.O.D.O.K. as the character is very much a Silver Age concept, but both the cover and the interior art do a fantastic job of bringing a very real sense of menace to a visual that could've been quite silly. In fact the opening appearance of the character stands up as the most impressive visual of the issue, with the attack in the washroom being a very close second. The art also does a solid job capturing the scene where Robbie discovers his life has just been threatened, and the final page offers up an undeniably powerful image. Read Full Review

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