Captain America: What Price Glory? #3

Writer: Bruce Jones Artist: Steve Rude Publisher: Marvel Comics Critic Reviews: 1
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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Mar 31, 2003

    The very idea that Captain America would allow a woman to be tortured & then killed was such a out of character moment that I must confess I completely fell for the trick that is played upon the readers in the opening pages of this issue. Now I'm not quite sure I buy the explanation for how Cap was able to see that this was simply a test, but it's not completely unbelievable, and the simple fact of the matter is that this opening scene did exactly what it was suppose to, which was to leave a gullible reader like myself believing that Cap had made a horrible miscalculation in his attempt to protect his secret. This issue also offers up another fairly entertaining battle involving Captain America, and I have to say that the fanboy in me let out a little cheer when I got a look at that final page, and saw we were being treated to one of the most cherished comic book death trap scenarios. The explosive finish also doesn't hurt to insure my interest in the next issue. Read Full Review

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