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Marvel Preview: Falcon & Winter Soldier #5

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Marvel Preview: Falcon & Winter Soldier #5

It’s the bullet-riddled, window-smashing, table-breaking conclusion to the action-packed series, and it’s going out in style!

A diner, somewhere in Nevada. Inside, a battle rages, as Sam Wilson and Bucky Barnes do their very best to take down the Natural, the most gifted killer to emerge in years. Outside, another battle rages — this time between the two people vying to become the next Hydra Supreme. It’s the bullet-riddled, window-smashing, table-breaking conclusion to the action-packed series, and it’s going out in style!

Written by: Derek Landy
Art by: Federico Vicentini
Cover by: Dan Mora
Page Count: 23 Pages
Release Date: November 25 2020
Age Rating: 12+ Only

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Marvel Preview: Falcon & Winter Soldier #5

Marvel Preview: Falcon & Winter Soldier #5

Marvel Preview: Falcon & Winter Soldier #5

Marvel Preview: Falcon & Winter Soldier #5

Marvel Preview: Falcon & Winter Soldier #5

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