Captain America: Sam Wilson #15

Captain America: Sam Wilson #15

Writer: Nick Spencer Artist: Angel Unzueta Publisher: Marvel Comics Release Date: November 16, 2016 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 4 User Reviews: 12
7.8Critic Rating
6.8User Rating

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Because you (okay, a very small percentage of you) demanded it - D-Man gets his moment in the sun!
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  • 9.6
    Comic Crusaders - Lead Sharp Nov 21, 2016

    The writing gets a bit heavy, not thematically just the word to panel ratio is a bit lopsided, mainly at the beginning though. The pacing is strong and the characters are clear, the new Falcon seems especially cool, though I did think it was Machine Man at first. Read Full Review

  • 8.6
    IGN - Joe Ruggirello Nov 17, 2016

    With all the trials and tribulations Sam Wilson has been through, the poor guy deserves a break. That's just what Spencer gives him here, and boy is it a lot of fun. Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    Newsarama - David Pepose Nov 16, 2016

    But that all said, given the surprise results of the presidential election, it now looks more than a little prudent that Spencer didn’t double down on the politics this issue, heralding a progressive victory that wound up never materializing in real life. Instead, Captain America: Sam Wilson #15 feels life a brief respite from what has been an increasingly brutal presidential campaign, and while I personally wish we could have had a more incisive post-election message, the sheer positivity of this script might in itself be a bit of a revolutionary act in today’s heated political landscape. But a temporary breather can only be just that - temporary - and it will be interesting to see how Captain America: Sam Wilson will move forward under a decidedly more conservative presidency. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    AiPT! - Russ Dobler Nov 16, 2016

    Captain America: Sam Wilson #15 is one of the lesser issues of an otherwise standout series, not because it deliberately changes the book's tone, but because it falls short of its goal, as Nick Spencer can't quite conjure the comedic magic he summoned in Astonishing Ant-Man and Superior Foes of Spider-Man. As powerfully well-done as Sam Wilson #'s 13 and 14 were, nearly any subsequent issue would have paled in comparison. This one was limping in with a folding chair-damaged kneecap before that bell even rang. Read Full Review

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