The book is written by Derek Landy, with art by Vicentini, Matt Milla handles colors, and letters by Joe Caramagna. Dan Mora and David Curiel worked on the cover.
About Falcon & Winter Soldier #1 (of 3):
An office of dead government agents. A gifted new killer. Two ex-Captain Americas…
When a dramatic attempt on the life of Bucky Barnes reunites him with Sam Wilson, the two old friends are plunged headlong into a race to uncover the new leader of Hydra before a mass casualty event announces the terror group’s resurgence to the world. The clock is ticking…
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Joe Simon and Jack Kirby created Bucky Barnes, and he first appeared in Captain America Comics #1 from March 1941, published by Timely Comics. Ed Brubaker and Steve Epting crafted Winter Soldier, and he first appeared in Captain America #1 from January 2005.
According to Wikipedia, Sam Wilson, aka the Falcon, was the first mainstream African-American superhero in mainstream comic books. Stan Lee and artist Gene Colan created the character, and he first appeared in Captain America #117 from September 1969.