Web, White, and Blue
Written By: Robbie Thompson
Art By: Nathan Stockman
Cover Price: $3.99
Release Date: September 7, 2016
*NonSpoilersand Score At The Bottom*
Before Cap and Spidey can bond any longer, the pair are ambushed on a roof by A.I.M., who are trying to take down Captain America down. After Spidey blocks the first few surprise shots, Cap decides to use this as a teaching moment for the younger hero. Along with some great action, we get the humor in the form of Spider-Man's internal struggle... To remain cool with Captain America by not quipping in the middle of the fight. Before the pair can finally get their bearings, the actual villain behind the attack reveals himself: MODOK. He blasts the heroes into a nearby warehouse, but Cap and Spidey get right back up and take down the attackers with a shield to the face and webs to the minions. It's an epic action scene that is made more amazing by Stockman's art. I love the classic look of Captain America, and for once am not giggling at the sight of Modok, he looks pretty friggin' cool.
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