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'The Last Ride of the Howling Commandos' rages on-with special guest-star Captain America! The reunion dinner between Nick Fury and his World War II brothers in arms continues against the backdrop of a suicide mission deep within enemy territory. Night approaches and we approach the end of a very long road in the latest issue of the series that has IGN.com raving: 'Hickman has successfully drawn me back into his web of espionage and intrigue…this series should be considered as one of the publisher's best monthly offerings.'

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3.5 stars 3.5/5 Stars Average score of 2 user reviews

Is this book really about the Secret Warriors anymore? 0

First off, let me say, this is a good book. It's confusing, because the time skips backwards and forwards at random, but it's still a very well written book. Now, that said, is it fair to call a book Secret Warriors if the title characters don't make a single appearance in even a single panel of an issue? I got interested in this series because of Daisy, JT, and the rest. That's what kept me buying the series. I didn't start following it to see Nick Fury and Cap swap war stories with each other ...

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