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Capwolf & The Howling Commandos #4 (of 4)

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Generally favorable ratings

Based on 3 critic ratings.

It’s a fight of a lifetime as Cap and the Howling Commandos race to prevent the Nazis from unleashing werewolves on the world.

But when the best laid plans go sideways, it will take a miracle – and faith in each other – to ensure the whole team makes it out alive…

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22 pages
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3 Critic Ratings & Reviews from:
  • 100

    Un Cómic Más

    This comic closes with emotion, blood and a lot of action this great story that leaves open the total cure of Captain America, taking advantage of the gloomy tone that created the Second World War and all its scenarios.

    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.

  • 90

    Comic Crusaders

    “What If’s” are some of the most fun comics because they get to play with traditional comic book conventions. This one takes place in a timeline where Steve Rogers is turned into a werewolf during WWII. And like only Steve can, he turns this affliction to his advantage and uses his new found abilities to try and save the world. Basically, even being a werewolf can’t stop Captain America from Captain American’n. Sticking the landing in a series is no easy task, but Captain Wolf and the Howling Commandos #5 provides and exciting finale issue with a satisfying conclusion to the overall arc. If you have enjoyed reading the first four issues, #5 is an absolute must-read.

  • 60

    Captain America’s adventures as a werewolf come to an end, with the Howling Commandos successfully taking out a Nazi bunker. There’s a pretty intense fight between Capwolf and another werewolf, with the art showing off the brutality that comes out when these soldiers are turned into supernatural creatures. Dum Dum Dugan gets a co-starring role and even a love interest, but the villains are pretty forgettable overall.

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