The corpse of sex offender ex-con Tyler Faris is found on the street, cut in half by a sword. Faris' victim claims that a man in a superhero uniform saved her. Even Castle doesn't recognize the uniform, which is eventually identified as Lone Vengeance, the hero of an Internet site authored by Sean Etel, a pseudonym. Actually, several people prance around New York in Lone Vengeance suits. The team investigates them and Tyler's enemies, such as his former employer Tony 'The Butcher' Valtini, thus proving new captain Victoria Gates's lack of confidence in them is unwarranted. Written by
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In the scene where Castle realizes "Sean Alt" is an anagram of "Stan Lee
", and Beckett writes it on the murder board, during one take, Stana Katic
wrote her own name instead. That take is featured in the DVD gag reel. See more
The comic-book shop "Comic-Cadia" is supposed to be at 71st & 7th in Manhattan. There is no 7th Avenue north of 59th Street. See more
Whoa. You smell that? Wafting scent of printed pages? Comicadia. Beckett, this place is the premiere comic book shop. It's the Vatican to a Catholic. It's Mecca to a pilgrim. It's upstream to a spawning...
I know, Castle. I bought my first comic here when I was fourteen. Sin City. A Dame to Kill For.
References Conan the Barbarian
Written by Robert Duncan See more