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Civil War: Front Line #9: Review

Dec 2006
Paul Jenkins, Ramon Bachs

Story Name:

Embedded Part Nine

Review & Comments

Rating:
5 stars

Civil War: Front Line #9 Review by (October 24, 2014)
Review: See issue #1 for full review.

Comments: 1) Cameos by Power Man, Falcon, Sentry, and Yellowjacket.



 

Synopsis / Summary / Plot

Civil War: Front Line #9 Synopsis by Peter Silvestro

Captain America tries to explain to Sally Floyd his position against the Super-Human Registration Act but she cuts him off, saying his defense is merely a claim that he’s being a real patriot and the others are not. She leaves because until a short time ago, she would have agreed….

Ben Urich has Spider-Man over to aid him with research. Peter hacks into Stark Industries databases and discovers evidence that Stark is making a profit from the implementation of the Act….

Sally goes out on her date with Detective Danny Granville and they hit it off….

At Avengers Tower, Tony Stark and Reed Richards are investigating Norman Osborn’s shooting of the Atlantean ambassador ("Sleeper Cell" last issue). Reed is concerned about the malfunctioning nanites and Namor’s possible response to the attack when Tony brings him up short with "I know who the traitor is…."


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Story #2

The Accused Part Nine

Writer: Paul Jenkins. Penciler: Steve Lieber. Inker: Steve Lieber. Colorist: June Chung.

Synopsis / Summary / Plot

After his recovery from a gunshot wound (inflicted in issue #6), Robbie Baldwin, the former Speedball, is transferred to the Raft, a prison for superhuman offenders. Other inmates distract the guards so Razor-Fist can seize Robbie through the bars as Diamondhead overpowers the guards. Justine Hammer uses a hidden bit of her Crimson Cowl cloak to teleport out of her cell and open the adamantium doors. Several inmates make a break for it and the guards open fire, heedless of Robbie’s hostage status. To force him along, Razor Fist applies some pain to Robbie—whose new powers are thereby unleashed, clobbering all of the convicts. Guards find Robbie in his cell unharmed and wanting to sign the Registration Act….


Story #3

Sleeper Cell Part Seven

Writer: Paul Jenkins. Penciler: Lee Weeks. Inker: Nelson DeCastro. Colorist: ?.

Synopsis / Summary / Plot

Norman Osborn is under restraint (a la Hannibal Lecter) as he is questioned by Detectives Dixon and Altieri about his shooting of the Ambassador from Atlantis. He denies everything and refuses to divulge who helped him infiltrate the meeting. The detectives can also prove that he blew up the pet shop and the warehouse. But Norman, foaming at the mouth, reveals that something was implanted in him to keep him from talking. At this point SHIELD agents arrive and take the protesting Norman away, leaving Dixon and Altieri with nothing but suspicions….


Story #4

(No title given)

Writer: Paul Jenkins. Penciler: Ramon Bachs. Inker: John Lucas. Colorist: Studio F.

Synopsis / Summary / Plot

An elderly veteran muses on his two great-grandfathers who died in World War 1 and the meaning of their sacrifice.

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Ramon Bachs
John Lucas
Laura Martin
John Watson (Cover Penciler)
John Watson (Cover Inker)
John Watson (Cover Colorist)


Characters

Listed in Alphabetical Order.

Captain America
Captain America

(Steve Rogers)
Iron Man
Iron Man

(Tony Stark)
Mr. Fantastic
Mr. Fantastic

(Reed Richards)
Ms. Marvel
Ms. Marvel

(Carol Danvers)
Spider-Man
Spider-Man

(Peter Parker)

Plus: Crimson Cowl (Justine Hammer), Danny Granville, Diamondhead, Norman Osborn, Radioactive Man, Razor-Fist, Sally Floyd, Speedball.