Cap’s assassin stars in his own horrific comic!

When a monstrous virus overtakes an isolated island, the skull-faced psychopath is unleashed to rescue the one person who may deliver resistance to the terrifying outbreak. But can the man who shot Captain America be trusted to do the right thing? Writer William Harms (Impaler) and artist Declan Shalvey (Thunderbolts) deliver the twisted answer in this extra-sized shocker!

Story by William Harms
Art by Declan Shalvey
Colors by Matthew Wilson
Letters by Jared K. Fletcher
Cover by Greg Tocchini

Price: $3.99
iFanboy Community Pick of the Week Percentage: 20.1%


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  1. The question is:  Do I buy it just for the art? I don’t know William Harris but I like Shalvey.

  2. I was going to buy it solely for the art. But apparantly I ordered this too late for my LCS and I’m not getting it this week. Damn.

  3. f*@k yea, my man gets his (one-shot) in the sun!

  4. Unbelievable cover. Plus Declan Shalvey interiors. Can’t wait 2 get my hands on this.


  6. Guess I’m the opposite, I’m not familiar with Shelvey, but I love Harms writing style.  Impaler is underrated stuff.

  7. Solid story. Fantastic art.

  8. I’m digging these “We have a movie coming out soon” one-shots.

  9. is crossbones going to be in the movie? no, right?

  10. Don’t think he will be. He wasn’t around back in WWII, but they could always put him in I guess.

  11. This was a pretty good one-shot. Art was really the high point though. Shalvey needs to be on an ongoing full time, now! The story was good, but not great though. Although Harris did a nice job with the characterization and backstory on Crossbones.


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