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    The Trial of Captain America continues its roller-coaster ride! With Bucky's trial distracting our heroes, the new Red Skull plots a terror attack at the heart of America!


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    4.8 stars

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    Is there anybody out there? (A Pink Floyd tune) 0

    Good things come for those who wait and if you´re a little disapointed about the slow pace of this arc story, be ready for this issue, because it´s pure adrenalin and action. Not only the narrative technique that Brubaker used in the trial panels were awesome, letting Bucky tell the story by his perspective, adding a clock in the squares to give a notion of time passing by, the things that happened after Faustus´ testimony were incredible, action non stop. The level of the dialogues are still sk...

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    Trial of Captain America 0

    Sin, the new Red Skull and daughter of the original Red Skull, gets involved with Bucky's trial as things really heat up.   The Good: Let me start off by saying just how beautiful the artwork is. Butch Guise's pencils with inks and colors are, plain and simply, a visual delight. It complements Brubaker's writing style, in my opinion. With the penultimate issue of The Trial of Captain America, things really do get turned up a notch. We get Bucky's internal monologue throughout the issue and it is...

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