Captain America and the Falcon #3
By Kevin Scott
June 8, 2004 - 15:03
Ordered to find and capture the Falcon, Captain America follows in the closest friend's footsteps as he seeks to uncover the true reason why the authorities want the Falcon in custody. Did the falcon violate National Security? Or is there more to these charges than meet the eye?
This was interesting, but trust, you had to pay attention to follow what was going on. There are three main storylines working through this issue and a lot of back & forth. Don't get it twisted though, the story is interesting, you think something has become clear and then its not. Intrigue a plenty ala Priest. We also have a little bit on the background of Anti-Cap. But it's all set up now for a real good finish.
The opening page is good; it gives you that free & easy, Walton's feel, which sets the basis of Anti-Cap. Throughout the rest of the issue, we get some good shots. Sears draws a real good Redwing and Iron Man, looks great. Yeah there's still the exaggerated style that I know some don't like. What really hits though is the fight at the end. Great kinetic flow and movement, really works to make the action look fasted paced and heavy.
Report Card - C+
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