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    Reviews - Captain America And Bucky - #625

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Best of the arc - Nawfalq
This arc has featured Fred Davis - the stand-in for Bucky under orders of President Truman. Davis is now old and lives in a VA Hospital. One of his enemies comes back to "life" (it's an android). The whole arc deals with Davis' sorrow that he had never made any known contribution to the world. And he feels guilt and sorrow for the death of the man who stood-in for Captain America, William Naslund.

This issue was by far the best of the arc - Francavilla's artwork is tremendous. There are also several frames that are amusing and fun; particularly the one where Steve Rogers mutters: "ONE of these days someone'll surrender..."




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