Comics / Comic Reviews / Marvel Comics

Captain America and the Falcon #7


By Kevin Scott
September 28, 2004 - 09:36

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Cap struggles to come to terms with his newfound feelings for the Scarlet Witch even as horrors from his past nearly consume him. The Falcon's methods are becoming increasingly ruthless as he decides the best defence is a good offence.

This story is so compelling; Priest really has a knack of weaving a story. You think you're getting a jumper, but it's looking like a hat, then POW. Cap is still having thoughts for Wanda and doesn't know what to do. Couple this with the waking dreams that are assaulting him, he doesn't know whether he's coming or going. And while all this is going on the Falcon is trying to figure out how to keep the Rivas off his back. But is it all becoming to much for him!?!

Bennett has been getting better and better every single issue. And this issue is no exception as he hits another home run! Watching Sam's personality manifest on page is fascinating and gives you the hints at where Priest is taking the character. And after seeing the last page, talk bout eerie, you really feel to see what's coming next issue. Also, a nice job with the cover as well!

Report Card - B


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