> Cap is probably my all-time favorite Marvel character, but once we knew it was happening and 'had happened,' the best we could do is hope that the issue is outstandingly and repsectfully written. And I thought it was; you didn't.
> I seriously doubt it will ast for very long. And in The Iniative, Carol Danvers told Spider Woman Cap wasn't dead, but was being cared for by SHIELD. Why? Who knows?
it was kinda lame that he died to a sniper while in custody. In custody to go on trial for war crimes no less.
the whole thing felt to me like they (MU powers that be) had no idea what to do with Cap now. Since as Sally Floyd pointed out, that he is basically just an old fossil.
So they 'kill' him off.
plus I think it was shodily written as well. Why didnt they just get every single villain from Cap's past and make them all in on the plot?
oh wait, they did.
...and on and on. I think it was a take on the Kennedy assassination, as I said; clearly it was. Why, I'm not sure, but that's the approach Bru took. I thought the writing was excellent and responsible. But I'm not pleased that it had to happen.