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The Origin of Sin, daughter of the Red Skull - and some of the quirkiest Cap stories ever told! Captain America, regressed to a 98-pound weakling, vs. a teenage death cult and the Sisters of Sin! Battle Star and the Falcon, together against the Serpent Society! Featuring a special guest-appearance by the voluptuous Sersi! Collecting Captain America #355-356 and material from #357, fully remastered with modern coloring.


  • Born in Sin
  • Missing Persons
  • Camptown Rages!
  • Night of Sin
  • Cover Gallery
  • Seven Deadly Stories of Sin!

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At first glance, Fear Itself: Sins Past might seem like a cash-grab: it's three older issues of Captain America reprinted with about four pages of original content. However, when looking into the implementation, the results are surprising. The Good The entire point of this issue is to see how Steve Rogers has reacted to child brainwashing/influencing in the past; hilariously, this includes going undercover as a 15-year-old with the help of Sersi's magic. There's an implication that Sersi wants...

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