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‘Captain America/Iron Man’ #1 makes a strong debut

Captain America/Iron Man #1 just knows how to have fun with itself while delivering a good story.

Ever since his solo ended, Captain America fans have needed something else to fill that void in their lives. And while Captain America/Iron Man #1 isn’t just a Cap comic, it sure is a whole lot of fun to read and scratches that itch just perfectly.

The comic opens with Tony Stark and a character that will certainly be familiar to those who read Falcon & Winter Soldier, revealing their secret past together. She and Tony actually fill up the first half of the comic all by themselves. Writer Derek Landy writes a great Tony Stark, making these pages just fly by.

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'Captain America/Iron Man' #1 makes a strong debut

The comic really hits its stride once Steve hops into the picture (I know, shocking right?). The two have such great chemistry together in terms of their friendship and their little back and forths in battle. Landy seems to have fun with them, making their interactions a blast to read. The humor lands right where it needs to, never trying too hard to catch a funny scene but delivering it flawlessly each time.

Captain America/Iron Man #1 just knows how to have fun with itself while delivering a good story — and that’s such a great thing.

Angel Unzueta’s art is a treat to look at and the style fits just perfectly for both Cap and Iron Man’s aesthetics.

If you’ve been looking forward to Captain America/Iron Man #1, this comic won’t disappoint you. By the time this book is done, you’re already looking forward to the next issue.

Captain America/Iron Man #1
‘Captain America/Iron Man’ #1 makes a strong debut
Captain America/Iron Man #1
If you've been looking forward to Captain America/Iron Man #1, this comic won't disappoint you. By the time this book is done, you're already looking forward to the next issue.
Reader Rating1 Vote
9.3
The dialogue is fun and witty
The art fits the characters
The plot is off to a good start already
8
Good

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