Grantosium member 5pts There's a good story lurking in the Captain America pages of this issue but it seems to be buried under a few nonsenses. If Cap has revealed his identity, I don't follow why that then prompts an outbreak of imitation. A policeman points out to Rogers that by revealing his identity he has painted a target on his back as well as the backs of any 'poor slub who happens to look like you'. A good point! But it doesn't seem to explain why, when everyone knows Captain America is Steve Rogers, random attacks on Cap imitators increase instead of attacks on Steve Rogers lookalikes. If anything, unprovoked attacks on Cap imitators might actually decrease as it would be sensible to target Rogers off guard and unarmed/unshielded.