Captain America And The Falcon #9

Writer: Christoper Priest Artist: Joe Bennett Publisher: Marvel Comics Release Date: November 3, 2004 Critic Reviews: 1 User Reviews: 1
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MODOK's origin is revealed as the Mental Organism Designed Only for Killing continues stalking former A.I.M. agents across Europe. Plus, Cap attempts to broker a cease-fire with Navy Intelligence.

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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Nov 11, 2004

    Joe Bennett turns in a fine looking issue, as he brings an impressive level of detail, and for the most part he manages to clearly present a fairly complex plot. I mean there's a nice little sequence where we see the Falcon recovers the body of the Navy's version of Captain America that's a solid presentation of the art's ability to convey key plot development's without any explanatory text, and the scene where Sam erupts out of the water with the stolen body was the visual highlight of the issue. There's also a nice little moment where a gun shop falls victim to a surprise attack, and the follow-up one-page shot of the Navy Captain America swinging into action is a great looking visual. There's also a nice little moment that present Captain America's agility as he pretends to chase after Sam. I also have to give the book credit for making M.O.D.O.K. into a fairly sinister looking creation with his attack on the mother and child being particularly effective. Read Full Review

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