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In his efforts to stop organized crime in Brooklyn, Captain America comes across his morally grey counterpart, the Punisher. Is Steve Rogers and Frank Castle alike in more ways than one? Find out in "Fear Grows in Brooklyn"! In his efforts to stop organized crime in Brooklyn, Captain America comes across his morally grey counterpart, the Punisher. Is Steve Rogers and Frank Castle alike in more ways than one? Find out in "Fear Grows in Brooklyn"!


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In his efforts to stop organized crime in Brooklyn, Captain America comes across his morally grey counterpart, the Punisher. Is Steve Rogers and Frank Castle alike in more ways than one? Find out in "Fear Grows in Brooklyn"! In his efforts to stop organized crime in Brooklyn, Captain America comes across his morally grey counterpart, the Punisher. Is Steve Rogers and Frank Castle alike in more ways than one? Find out in "Fear Grows in Brooklyn"!

24 review for Captain America (1968-1996) #241

  1. 4 out of 5

    Sophia

    Actual rating 3.5 stars It was so fascinating seeing two people with such strong convictions budding heads! I would've loved to see more of a sparring conversation between Steve and Castle but the story we did get wasn’t too bad. It was ‘realistic' in the sense that the Punisher wouldn’t be distracted from his self-appointed mission and Steve would do anything to save anyone’s life. Actual rating 3.5 stars It was so fascinating seeing two people with such strong convictions budding heads! I would've loved to see more of a sparring conversation between Steve and Castle but the story we did get wasn’t too bad. It was ‘realistic' in the sense that the Punisher wouldn’t be distracted from his self-appointed mission and Steve would do anything to save anyone’s life.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Love of Hopeless Causes

    Great moment in Marvel history: Punisher captures Cap's shield. Frank Miller's cover earns a "C-". You can hardly tell it's the Punisher because the shirt skull is poorly rendered. The Captain looks ready to swash buckle with those over sized boot flares and poor musculature. Inside, the Punisher looks a bit like Dracula, depending on the panel. Story "C-." Sophomoric coincidences and mobster types abound. This is when comics were written for kids.(view spoiler)[Cap and the Punisher struggle wit Great moment in Marvel history: Punisher captures Cap's shield. Frank Miller's cover earns a "C-". You can hardly tell it's the Punisher because the shirt skull is poorly rendered. The Captain looks ready to swash buckle with those over sized boot flares and poor musculature. Inside, the Punisher looks a bit like Dracula, depending on the panel. Story "C-." Sophomoric coincidences and mobster types abound. This is when comics were written for kids.(view spoiler)[Cap and the Punisher struggle with the morality of inhibiting each other. An early example of Proto-punisher and the War Journal. (hide spoiler)]

  3. 4 out of 5

    saskia

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    Michael

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    Katelynn Mathias

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    Dan Marchetti

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    Edward McWhirter

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    Pat Winter

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    Darren Mitton

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    Amber Thornton

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    Collin Katrell

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    Kenneth

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    Lindsay

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    Robert Glover

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    Scott

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    Del

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    Seven Negen

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    Mark Gaulton

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    Paul

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    Daniel Charlton

  22. 4 out of 5

    Τελχίνας

  23. 5 out of 5

    Edc

  24. 4 out of 5

    Dante

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