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This book reprints 'Captain America and Black Widow' #636-640. These issues continue the numbering of the previous `Captain America and' series, which began with 'and Hawkeye' then went on to `and Iron Man'.
This is a story with `cosmic' overtones that brings to a close the team-up book as Kashmir Vennema is revealed to be an interdimensional arms dealer, with an interdimensional Black Widow out to get her - all of her - as she has recruited herselves from various parallel universes in order to run her organisation with people she can trust - namely herself. Cap, the psychopathic Black Widow (not ours) and our Black Widow are pulled into various parallel universes as they struggle to get home and defeat the machinations of the `prime' Vehenna. We meet a number of familiar characters in unfamiliar parallel lives, as you do in these sort of stories, but it seems a bit rushed - a lot of `clean-up' work takes place off page; I suspect the earlier Hawkeye volume didn't do as well as required and so the plug was pulled on the series, though the author managed to close everything down reasonably tidily. It was an OK story, but not memorable, though certainly better than the Hawkeye team up.