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Great story . I enjoyed the story i felt like they could have made it longer by including Avengers Spotlight 31-38 where Agent goes after a serial killer that hangs out at the border killing latin people entering the U.S. illegally.
Amazon was somewhat careless when they sent it to me, but oh well. It's just a graphic novel for reading.
Released to coincide with the Falcon and Winter Solider TV series in which john Walker (aka Captain America, aka USAgent) will be a feature character, "The Good Fight" is a trade paperback containing some of the characters notable stories.
These include Captain America #333 in which John Walker is recruited by the government to become the new official Captain America after Steve Rogers resigns (which would start an epic story that ran until #350 and also forms the basis of a large part of the upcoming TV series), his first mini-series (which concludes the "Scourge of the Underworld" story that had run earlier in the Cap comic) and his second mini-series (in which he becomes America's super human "top cop"), as well as a series of back-up stories that detailed his brain washing and manipulation at the hands of the US government between quitting as Cap and being relaunched as USAgent.
Whilst the standard of art varies, these are all very important and enjoyable tales that give a good introduction to the character for people wanted to familiarise themselves with him, and my only complaint is that there could and should have been more - in particular a series of back up stories from the Captain America series that explored important aspects of the character and his growth, including his guilt over his brutal and bloody time as Captain America.
Still an excellent read though, and good to see them collected all in one place
An underrated character US Agent is a flawed Captain America. Prone to anger, more soldier than hero at times, he struggles to find his path. I personally prefer him over Cap because of his many flaws. Angry, a bit of a jerk but when the time comes he always does the right thing or tries to do so. The character also grows within the TPB which I really like. Definitely worth picking up to get some newfound respect for a character that gets not that much attention nowadays.