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Unformatted text preview: army. The comic is saying that those who look to kill are looking to get killed. The American Abner and the Korean Li, both blood thirsty as shown by them constantly honing their weapons, both seek to kill, and both get killed. Also what the comic is trying to show is that everybody who is fighting is human and just like each other. The Koreans and Americans in Kill were dressed in similarly fashioned uniforms, and the slanted Asian eyes were not very noticeable. They look the same. They act the same. Essentially they are the same. In Kill there aren’t sides like heroes and villains, or good guys verses bad guys, there are just humans. The last line of the comic sums it up best, “Regard no man’s life cheaper than your own! Respect and cherish life and then, truly…’thou SHALT not kill!’” (6). That’s the difference between the two comics, Kill is against fighting while Captain America is for it....
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- Spring '10
- World War II, captain America