Another three minute read.
It’s better this time, as Brubaker follows the Falcon for a lot of the story and he’s writing the Falcon a lot better than Bucky here. This story, Bucky’s coming off like a moron.
There’s some awful artwork again–it kind of reminds me of the really bad Don Perlin Werewolf by Night stuff–but those comics took like fifteen minutes to read. Not three.
And they had interesting stories.
Brubaker’s crazy evil Captain America? Most boring villain ever. Though I do like the inference anyone who thinks like he does must be insane. It’s like if Glenn Beck became Captain America.
I’m trying to think of something else positive to say….
A Brubaker Falcon series might be good reading–far better than this Captain America.
I’m not sure if it’s intentional, but Brubaker’s making the case Steve Rogers really needs to take his shield back.
Two Americas, Part Three of Four; writer, Ed Brubaker; penciller, Luke Ross; inker, Butch Guice; colorist, Dean White; letterer, Joe Caramagna. Conjunction, Part Three; writer, Sean McKeever; penciller, David Baldeón; inker, N. Bowling; colorist, Chris Sotomayor; letterer, Joe Sabino. Editors, Lauren Sankovitch and Tom Brevoort; publisher, Marvel Comics.