A Brother in Arms last edited by pikahyper on 04/17/19 05:53AM View full history

On the night of March 25th, 1945, twenty-three men of the Second Battalion of the United States Army Rangers undertook one of the most daring raids of World War Two, led by none other than Captain America. But it doesn’t go the way anyone planned, when a German soldier is taken as a prisoner of war and placed in Cap’s care. In his second installment, Paul Jenkins (CAPTAIN AMERICA: AMERICA THE BEAUTIFUL) explores the fact and fiction of World War II Captain America, and the good soldiers that followed him into the darkest of days. An all-new story of the original Captain America!
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A Brother in Arms 0

(This is my first review so try to keep the angry mobs with pitchforks and torches to a minimum)  The Theater of War one shots have been incredible. In this installment of the series, A Brother in Arms, the stellar writing by Paul Jenkins really works well with the art of John McCrea. These days stories of wars gone by are few and far between and most of them can not hold a candle to stories many of us grew up with in the pages of titles like Star Spangled War Stories, Our Army at War, and even ...

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Valor, honor 0

A real moral lesson about friends-ennemies sentiments in the army. Entering the German territory, Captain America and his soldiers ("brothers") fight against the third Reich. Captain America wants to respect the Geneva Convention war rules when he keeps alive a German soldier. But at the end of the story, he sees all these valours he fights for annihilated, ruined by the nazis.I picked out 2 major failings in this issue :- Molodec, the American soldier who wants to kill the German prisoner, sudd...

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