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Winter Soldier, Vol. 2: Broken Arrow Paperback – December 12, 2012

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Book 2 of 3 in the Winter Soldier Series

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Product Details

  • Paperback: 96 pages
  • Publisher: Marvel; First Edition edition (December 12, 2012)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0785144056
  • ISBN-13: 978-0785144052
  • Product Dimensions: 6.8 x 0.2 x 10.2 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.1 pounds
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #397,107 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Bucky returns as the Winter Soldier in Volume 2 of Ed Brubaker's action-filled story covering issues 6-9. Barnes and Natasha are tracking down the final sleeper agent when they discover he has been awaked and he plans on creating his own Cold War and using one of SHIELDs own to do it!

This is has enough action to fill a Michael Bay film and a subpar story line to fill the gaps. There isn't much to it and the predictability is off the charts. To make matters worse, there's still no real resolution and it will continue in volume 3. Plus, it's only 4 issues collected here so it's quite a short read. The art by Michael Lark is good but doesn't save the book nor does the panel sketches at the end or the textless covers. Brubaker's done better in the past.
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This is a 4 issue trade for 9 bucks that is just a continuation of the prior story and has no resolution. The story is great but it is not that good of a deal. It would have been cheaper to purchase the singles from my LCBS than purchase this trade. I would recommend waiting on the price to drop or be collected in a different way.
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Brubaker and Lark do an excellent job of setting up the Winter Soldier's climactic final battle with his former protege.

The writing is solid, and the artwork is simple, clean, and efficient. It feels right for this kind of story.

I enjoyed this volume, and I recommend you buy it and it's conclusion in Winter Soldier: Black Widow Hunt.
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While this isn't a great compilation of issues, this volume of Ed Brubaker's final mission for Marvel Comics (at least for now), WINTER SOLDIER, is an extremely cool, extremely smart, Steranko-esque super-spy tale of Bucky and Natasha's search for the last of the Cold War era sleeper assassins that Bucky used to be. The "Broken Arrow" that they, and intrepid SHIELD agent Jasper Sitwell, are searching for is a real piece of work called Leonid Novotkov. Leo, after being accidentally unearthed from his cryo-fridge, wanders the country for years before his programming kicks back in and then looks to create all sorts of hell for Bucky. His first real salvo in the battle is the shocking murder of a character largely forgotten until recent issues of the CAPTAIN AMERICA AND BUCKY series. This leads Bucky on a merry chase to find this lone gunman and master assassin before he can do any more harm. But will there be other casualties along the way?

The story is superbly told, as only someone like Brubaker can, who continues to give a greater emphasis on character rather than action, and the fantastic art by sometimes-collaborator Michael Lark (who Brubaker worked with on his runs on both DAREDEVIL and CAPTAIN AMERICA) is smooth yet dynamic and gives a great dark and moody color palette well-suited to the spy genre.

While this may be a tad on the over-priced side, it's still damn good comics and is worth the cost when all is said and done.
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I liked it. the seller was on time aswell
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