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Comic Book: All-New Captain America: Fear Him

What This Book is About:
Captain America and Nomad team up to defeat a more powerful Scarecrow who is feeding on the city's fear!

Data Sheet:
Dates
Feb 2015 (one-shot)
N/A
1

Characters most frequently found in this comic book:
In order of appearances.

Captain America
Captain America

(Sam Wilson)
Plus: Nomad (Ian Rogers), Scarecrow (Ebenezer Laughton).

Comics Index

Total Indexed Comics: 4

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All-New Captain America: Fear Him #1
3.5 stars

All-New Captain America: Fear Him #1

February 2015
"Fear Him: Chapter One"
Script: ?
Prologue: The sinister Scarecrow drags his prey, a small-time crook, into an alley where he feasts on his victim’s fear…. Across the rooftops, the new Captain America pursues a pair of bank robbers using a zip-line to escape. [...]
All-New Captain America: Fear Him #2
3.5 stars

All-New Captain America: Fear Him #2

February 2015
"Fear Him: Chapter Two"
Script:
Trapped in a dark sewer, Nomad (Ian Rogers) fights off terrified crows as the Scarecrow taunts him while jabbing him with a knife to bring out his fear. Nomad lures the fiend close enough to bash with his horde crusher then he runs off into the dark…. [...]
All-New Captain America: Fear Him #3
0 stars

All-New Captain America: Fear Him #3

February 2015
"Fear Him: Chapter Three"
Script:
In the sewers, Nomad (Ian Rogers) is fighting off a mob of homeless children driven mad by Scarecrow’s fear gas; meanwhile, Captain America (Sam Wilson), also exposed to the gas, is being overwhelmed by the villain’s crows. [...]
All-New Captain America: Fear Him #4
3.5 stars

All-New Captain America: Fear Him #4

February 2015
"Fear Him: Chapter Four"
Script:
Nomad (Ian Rogers), armed with his horde crusher (a weighted staff) and the shield of Captain America, searched the sewers for his missing partner, captured by the evil Scarecrow. As he proceeds on his quest, he feels the first inkling of an unfamiliar emotion—fear…. [...]