Luke Ross

Captain America 605 (June 2010)

With the exception, obviously, of the Luke Ross art, this issue of Captain America is the best in story arc. I’m not sure if it’s the best part of the backup story, because–again–I couldn’t stomach it. Shockingly, Ross is a better artist than whoever does the backup. See, out of nowhere, Brubaker decides this storyline […]

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Captain America 604 (May 2010)

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 […]

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Captain America 603 (April 2010)

Wow. Four bucks for a comic I read in three minutes. I guess one of those bucks is for the Nomad backup, but I skimmed it then gave up on it. It’s not just poorly written, it’s incompetently illustrated. Now, calling the backup story incompetently illustrated seems unfair given the Luke Ross pencils on the […]

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Captain America 602 (March 2010)

So this is the issue with the “tea baggers,” the issue Brubaker apologized for. Did he apologize for the rest–how he portrays people in Idaho as psychotic anti-government racists, just waiting for a Hitler to lead them? Because I don’t think he did. It’s a lead-in story, a ramp-up. I’m pretty jaded on Brubaker’s Marvel […]

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