Punisher and Captain America: Blood and Glory, Part 2

Punisher and Captain America Blood and Glory Part None

  • Title: Punisher and Captain America: Blood and Glory, Part 2
  • Author: Klaus Janson Margaret Clark
  • ISBN: 9780871358875
  • Page: 301
  • Format: Paperback
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    About "Klaus Janson Margaret Clark"

    1. Klaus Janson Margaret Clark

      Klaus Janson was born in Coburg, Germany He emigrated to the US in 1957 and settled in Connecticut, discovering comics very shortly thereafter Janson made a professional debut for Marvel in 1973, inking the artwork of Rich Buckler for the series called The Black Panther , that were published in Jungle Action During years he continued inking the diverse Marvel titles, like the Defenders , Deathlock , Battlestar Galactita and Howard Duck But Janson main series was Daredevil In this period he inkted to Gene Colan, Gil Kane, Carmine Infantino and Frank Miller Working with Miller, Janson changed his ink style.Later on Janson decided also to take care of the pencils With Miller, Janson worked on the influential mini series The Dark Knight Returns After Janson ended his work on Daredevil , he had developed a constant work as a sketcher, were he devolped a Gothic like style He also did a lot of work on The Punisher , Spawn and an adventure of Batman in five episodes which was scripted by Grant Morrison.

    313 thoughts on “Punisher and Captain America: Blood and Glory, Part 2”

    1. This middle section is a bit of a disappointment, in that it again tries to fit too many ideas into even a decent-sized 48-page volume. It was nice to see some cameos from Nick Fury and the Avengers, but it protracts scenes that don't need as much length and contracts scenes that could use more time. Had this been a four- or even six-part story, this could have been something really intense. What does save this volume is the confrontation between the Punisher and Captain America: their antagonis [...]


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