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Captain America Epic Collection: Blood and Glory Paperback – March 31, 2020
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COLLECTING: VOL. 18: CAPTAIN AMERICA (1968) 398-410, PUNISHER/CAPTAIN AMERICA:BLOOD & GLORY (1992) 1-3
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- Publisher : Marvel (March 31, 2020)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 496 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1302922793
- ISBN-13 : 978-1302922795
- Reading age : 13 years and up
- Grade level : 8 and up
- Item Weight : 1.55 pounds
- Dimensions : 6.75 x 1 x 10.25 inches
- Best Sellers Rank: #414,625 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Then we have the previously mentioned legendary storyline - Capwolf! A bizarre arc that sees Cap and Dr. Druid investigate werewolves before the star-spangled Avenger becomes toothed and hairy himself. Remembered mostly as the story where the title completely jumped the shark, these days it reads... fine. It's an odd story, but reminiscent of the more off-the-wall events of the Silver Age.
After that, we return to the situation with Crossbones and Diamondback (which has been simmering as back-up stories throughout the Capwolf business), with Cap and his allies finally taking on the Red Skull's villainous new group. It's more standard than the werewolf arc, but still fairly entertaining.
And we finish with a miniseries that teams two of Marvel's most prominent ex-soldiers - Captain America and the Punisher - up to investigate a criminal conspiracy that ranges from Washington to South America. It's a very good story that plays up the differences between the idealistic Steve Rogers and the cynical Frank Castle even as they prove a dynamic team.
Extras include a series of Marvel Age text articles and a new afterword by editor Ralph Macchio. Even if by this point Mark Gruenwald was obviously running out of ideas for the title, this is still another solid installment of Cap's adventures.