Bettie Breitweiser

Ed Brubaker and Steve Epting's 'Velvet' [Review]
Ed Brubaker and Steve Epting's 'Velvet' [Review]
When Ed Brubaker and Steve Epting relaunched Captain America in 2004, they came to the book eager to return the elements of espionage that had been largely absent from the title for years. While most of what we remember are the big events – Bucky’s return, Steve Rogers’ assassination – it was really the spy aspect that drove the story, the behind-the-scenes machinations that made the book so incr
‘Winter Soldier’ #1 Deploys Marvel’s Super Spies In Super Style [Spoiler-Free Review]
‘Winter Soldier’ #1 Deploys Marvel’s Super Spies In Super Style [Spoiler-Free Review]
In 2004, writer Ed Brubaker began a run on Marvel's Captain America (that continues to this day) with a 13-issue epic reintroducing the long-dead Bucky Barnes, former partner of Captain America, as the Winter Soldier, a brainwashed Soviet agent brought in and out of stasis all throughout the Cold War to participate in all forms of assassination, espionage and other skullduggery...
‘Winter Soldier’ to Be Among 2012’s Best Looking Comics [Preview]
‘Winter Soldier’ to Be Among 2012’s Best Looking Comics [Preview]
The names "Butch Guice" and "Bettie Breitweiser" would have been enough to sell me on the forthcoming Winter Soldier series even if I wasn't already a great fan of writer Ed Brubaker's work with the Bucky Barnes character, but a trio of unlettered preview pages has pushed me over the line from merely "sold" to "can't wait...