As the Howling Commandos struggle to decide the newly werewolfed Captain America’s fate, a miracle happens – and a new ally arrives.
Meanwhile, their Nazi foes make a call that could change the tide of battle – and the fate of the world.
Un Cómic MásMystery, terror and lots of action in an addictive narrative rhythm, which pays tribute to the horror films of the 1950s with touches of cosmic horror. Art is very real, full of great details that deserve to be read carefully, it uses a perfect gloomy tone to give context to this war story of supernatural horror.
Nerd InitiativeMarvel has another hit on their hands with Capwolf. From the team led by Phillips understanding that Captain America to his core will die fighting the forces of evil to the shining moment Dugan and the Commando’s truly buy into Cap as the leader they did not know they had. This series is shaping up to be loaded with intense action and suspenseful and horror filled moments. I never knew I needed to see Captain America as a werewolf do battle against a legion of Nazi werewolves but here I am. Every full moon make sure you grab your blanket, lock your doors, and grab Capwolf and the Howling Commandos.
ComicsOnlineWriter Stephanie Phillips really left us stocking up on silver bullets! We have to wait until the next full moon to find out if Capwolf can keep control of his gnawing new transformation. Artist Carlos Magno masterfully captured a fantastic portrayal of Capwolf that satisfied my nostalgic needs and immersed me into the scenes. The cover art is what first drew me in, paying homage to the 1992 rendition. Ryan Brown’s cover left me howling for more! When you finish this issue, check out the next issue’s cover art and tell me you don’t all of a sudden come down with a case of lycanthropy too.
The Comicbook DispatchCapwolf and the Howling Commandos #2 is an action meets horror meets unconventional biopic set during WW2. Granted, I know it’s not technically a biopic BUT in essence, it is depending on how you view Captain America. Readers get a fun escape that’s exciting, easy on the eyes, and chalked full of action with a story that’s straightforward and uncomplicated. Mix that together with some art that amplifies the werewolf masterfully and you have one heck of a comic. I highly recommend giving Capwolf and the Howling Commandos #2 a shot.
ComicBook.comThough the first issue in this mini-series pushed the "Wolf" part of Capwolf & The Howling Commandos to the back, the spookiness takes the spotlight in this sophomore outing. Capwolf #2 reads like an epic creature feature with plenty of gothic-tinged pages throughout. Complete with monster hunting spies and more monsters than you can count, Capwolf & The Howling Commandos is much more thrilling than its predecessor.