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She-Hulk: Jessica Gao Says Kevin Feige Settled Cap’s Virginity Issue
Since She-Hulk: Attorney at Law premiered, one prevalent topic of discussion is the issue of Captain America Steve Rogers' virginity The scene in question involves Jennifer Walters (Tatiana Maslany) and her cousin Bruce Banner (Mark Ruffalo) driving along (with Bruce in his human form thanks to an inhibiting device) as Jen summarizes what happened to[...]
Captain America #0 review
In comes a poster-worthy intro for Steve Rogers and Sam Wilson, speaking the sacred language of hands and feet (apologies to Stephanie Williams) and, of course, slung shields (this introduces the blue-ringed Captain America version as a difference, no word on its composition). Throughout the book, the two Captains America are subjected to Zola's criticisms of[...]
Destinies Teased For Two Captain Americas In Captain America #0
Captain America #0, published today, sets up the new future of the Captain America books, with two series spinning out in subsequent weeks, one with Steve Rogers, the other with Sam Wilson. But how will the pair divvy up the duties? They can't even decide on a name-division? Basically, everyone gets a Captain America. For Steve Rogers, we[...]
Captains America Take on Elon Musk in Captain America #0 First Look
Marvel Comics has released a first look at April's Captain America #0, which will kick off two new Captain America series, one starring Steve Rogers and one starring Sam Wilson But in this first look, the two caps are teaming up to take on a major villain: Elon Musk! Yes, Musk has transplanted his consciousness[...]
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Steve Rogers is Captain America But what is his family history? In the comic books, it has been previously established that he was born on the 4th of July (of course he was) in 1922, to poor Irish immigrant parents, Sarah and Joseph Rogers And that Steve Rogers grew up a frail youth during the[...]
what if
With Jeffrey Wright's all-seeing, all-knowing The Watcher ready to usher in a multiverse of possibilities this week when Disney+ and Marvel Studios ask the question: What If…?, viewers are getting another preview of Hayley Atwell's Captain Carter and "Hydra Stomper" Steve Rogers… what's that? Yup, "Captain Carter" and armor-sprting Rogers are just two of the new[...]
Captain America 4: Anthony Mackie Shares His Reaction on Sequel News
Among them was the status of Steve Rogers (Chris Evans), the original Captain America Did he pass? Living out his days in retirement? What information is he privy to? Spellman spoke to Inverse about those questions and his feelings on the updated title card at the end revealing Captain America and the Winter Soldier. Screencapped from[...]
The Falcon and the Winter Soldier E04 Review:
It's easy to hate on the man since to fill in the shoes of his predecessor in Steve Rogers (Chris Evans) is something of a Herculean task You can make the case for any actor stepping into an iconic role whether if it's James Bond or Batman There is of course a purpose of needing[...]
The Falcon and the Winter Soldier E02 Review: Lots of Banter and Plot
With the new Captain America firmly entrenched in the Disney+ series The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, it might be time to compare the two men who make up the mantle with the original Steve Rogers, played by Chris Evans, and John Walker, the current shieldbearer played by Wyatt Russell The latter spoke with Entertainment[...]
the falcon and the winter soldier
Even with Disney+ and Marvel Studios' upcoming Anthony Mackie and Sebastian Stan-starring The Falcon and the Winter Soldier addressing the question of who should wield the shield and take on the mantle of Captain America now that Chris Evans' Steve Rogers is no longer in the picture (and probably not in any shape to be flinging[...]
That Tony, Steve "Do You Trust Me" Scene May NOT be in 'Avengers: Endgame'
Case in point, the most recent 1-minute trailer released for Avengers: Endgame that was released to coincide with ticket sales launching for the 22nd Marvel Studios live-action film. There is a particular scene in the short trailer which features Tony Stark aka Iron Man (Robert Downey Jr.) speaking with Steve Rogers aka Captain America (Chris Evans) with[...]
Captain America #3 cover by Alex Ross
Black Panther and Okoye help Captain America shut the operation down. Captain America #3 cover by Alex Ross Captain America #3 shifts this new series' trend of focusing on Steve Rogers' interiority, shifting perspective to Sharon Carter and concerning itself more with what is going on in the world around Steve. The comic surprisingly shows some sympathy towards[...]
Captain America #2 cover by Alex Ross
He is fantastic at focusing on the interiority of Steve Rogers while the story still transpires in a coherent fashion. The conflict with the Nukes and Thunderbolt Ross is a great first arc for this new run This is an interesting time in Steve's life, and I'm glad that this book is confronting Secret Empire instead[...]
Hot Toys Concept Art Captain America 21
With a captivating monochromatic suit that brings out the hidden details, textures, and shapes, the latest 1/6th scale Captain America (Concept Art Version) collectible figure in tribute to the amazing artist Ryan Meinerding is a Toy Fair Exclusive item only available in selected markets! The 1/6th scale Collectible Figure is crafted based on the appearance of[...]
Captain America #1 cover by Alex Ross
However, even Steve Rogers isn't perfect A familiar yet unwelcome face arrives after the threat is pacified. Captain America #1 cover by Alex Ross Captain America #1 harkens back strongly to the Ed Brubaker era of the title, and, as those who have followed my work know, that is one of my favorite comic series of all[...]
Avengers #1 cover by Ed McGuinness
[rwp-review-recap id="0"] In the past, a group made up of Odin, Lady Phoenix, Ghost Rider, the Black Panther, the Starbrand, Agamatto, and the Iron Fist went to war with the First Celestial Host. Today, Steve Rogers, Tony Stark, and Thor Odinson meet up after a year of terrible events and personal woes One question hovers around all[...]
Real Talk- Is Chris Evans Coming Back After 'Avengers 4'?
And if I'm speaking extremely candidly, it's going to continue to do that for as long as the Marvel contract runs." When asked earlier this week in another interview with Variety if Avengers: 4 will be the last time we see him as Steve Rogers he responded simply, "Tough to say." "Part of you almost kind of thinks:[...]
Captain America Gets His Infinity War Hot Toys Release
The long-awaited Marvel Studios' blockbuster of 2018, Avengers: Infinity War is almost upon us! Captain America, the super-soldier has remained under the radar while continuing to do what he believes is right – saving the world one clandestine mission at a time, is assembling again with the Avengers in order to save Earth from the[...]
Captain America #700 cover by Chris Samnee and Matthew Wilson
[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Captain America was made the leader of New America, and the role of leadership over a nation has proven among the most challenging for Steve Rogers Other countries try to take advantage of the turmoil, and there are remnants of Rampart still fighting in pockets Bruce Banner and Liang have a potential solution for[...]
Captain America #699 cover by Chris Samnee and Matthew Wilson
I'm sad too. However, this issue does continue to show how well Mark Waid and Chris Samnee understand Steve Rogers, how he thinks, and how he acts Steve doesn't immediately try to challenge the Hulk He tries to get through to him or Banner first He doesn't ambush the Thing working away for Babbington; he lets[...]
Captain America #698 cover by Chris Samnee and Matthew Wilson
While older issues wouldn't necessarily take aim at capitalism in this way, the semi-plausible extremes by which these changes take place do feel like something Steve Rogers would have discovered in an alternate universe back in the days of Mark Gruenwald. The big conceit is that forces from within the U.S nuking the nation itself[...]
Captain America #697 cover by Chris Samnee and Matthew Wilson
Captain America is taken by Kraven the Hunter to take part in his next hunt. Cap has to survive the island to earn his freedom and shield back. To make things more complicated, Kraven has taken another to be hunted across the island. Is it a good read?