• Captain America and Iron Man head to Madripoor for a technology expo! What could possibly go wrong? Everything! That’s what!

• Especially when Batroc’s Brigade shows up and a technological nightmare threatens to brings the world to its knees!

Story by Cullen Bunn
Art by Barry Kitson
Colors by Javier Tartaglia
Cover by Kalman Andrasofszky

Price: $2.99
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Avg Rating: 3.6
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  1. Arrrggghhh (@Arrrggghhh) says:

    Is this a Cap team-up book now?

    • Yea its pretty much Captain America and…. , similar to Avenging Spider-Man

    • Arrrggghhh (@Arrrggghhh) says:

      I stopped reading Cap quite some time ago.
      So is the book worth reading now? Are these 1-N-Done stories?
      If the quality is like Avenging Spider-man, then I picking this up . . .

    • @Arrrggghhh:

      Yes this is Marvel-Two-in-One with Cap in The Thing’s role. Or like Avenging Spider-Man, if you like.

      The first story, co-staring Hawkeye, lasted 4 isues.

      I enjoy this book about as much as Avenging Spider-Man, but the art on the first arc was a bit off-poutting to me. Kitson does more standard art, so I think this arc will be more enjoyable to me.

      If you have the money to spare, try this issue out.

    • @ Arrrggghhh, I honestly don’t think this book has been as good as avenging spider-man. Avenging has been pretty damn good so far and has stories that have pretty good range (Red Hulk Vs the cap/avengers team) BUT this is only the second arc so who knows what this might be like.

    • Arrrggghhh (@Arrrggghhh) says:

      Thanks guys:
      I really enjoy Avenging Spider-man . . . and I loved the old Two-In-One title.
      So, I will definitely try this title, starting with this issue.

    • Hey, I’d love to read a review about what you thought of the issue, Arrrrrggghhh. Hope you like it.

  2. Kitson!

  3. I like the rotating guest theme on the book. Just when I start to get bored with a story they switch out a hero for another one.

  4. I read the first two arcs with the different Bucky’s but skipped the Hawkeye story. When does this story take place 70s 80s near the present? Is it worth me picking up when I visit my LCS tomorrow?

    • I have not read my copy yet, but from the look of Iron Man’s armor, the story takes place in the present (or near-present) of the standard Marvel Universe.

  5. I enjoyed this issue alot more then the Hawkeye arc. I didn’t like the story or art in Cullen’s first arc. I have liked alot of Cullen Bunns’ work untill the 1st story arc of this series and was a little worried for the book. But I do like the team-up format for the book as well.

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