Civil War II has already been about making some pretty bad choices. But when it comes to a close, the leaders of either side of the conflict are going to make an even worse choice than the ones that lead to Civil War II in the first place: trusting the not-so-trustworthy-at-the-moment Steve Rogers.
Fun fact about the recently announced, 13-foot tall statue of the Brooklyn’s favorite (fictional son): It’s not actually in Brooklyn at the moment.
Remember when they’re on the snow planet, with the walking thingies?
Making their debut at San Diego Comic-Con next week and going wide in 2017, Lego BrickHeadz Marvel and DC buildable figures are freakishly adorable.
This year marks Steve Rogers’ 75th Birthday, and his home town, Brooklyn, is celebrating in style: by erecting a giant bronze statue of Captain America to honor his legacy.
The fact that Peggy Carter becoming Captain America is just for a Marvel mobile game tie-in and not, say, an ongoing comic book series that lasts 10 years is breaking my heart as much as it’s making me want to triumphantly wave the stars and stripes, and I’m not even American.
Yeah, I’m pretty sure that’s a Donald Trump MODOK eating a famous Trump Tower taco bowl. 2016 is really weird, you guys.
Durante el universo de películas de Marvel hemos visto como estos estudios le dan un cambio de vestuario y aspecto a algunos superhéroes y personajes que hemos conocido por décadas. Hawkeye y Scarlet Witch han sido dos de ellos, pero originalmente iban a lucir mucho mejor de lo que vimos en Civil War.
Yesterday, articles went up all over the nerd internet focused on the revelations that explained the original Captain America’s sudden and controversial status quo shift. But don’t let the “I told you so” chorus drown out one crucial fact: the what of this big change is far less important than the why.
In Captain America: Sam Wilson #10, the character whose death gets Captain Marvel and Iron Man fighting over a philosophical difference gets laid to rest. It’s a pretty emotional service.
Si hay algo que no faltó en Captain America: Civil War fueron escenas de acción, y aún así se quedaron muchas más explosiones y peleas en el tintero. Una de las escenas eliminadas de la versión final de la película era una pelea entre el Capitán América y Black Widow, que ahora podemos ver gracias a uno de los…
Civil War was packed with a bunch of crazy fight scenes, but we never really got to see best friends Black Widow and Cap square off against each other. It turns out, thought, that we almost did, according to an animatic recently released by a Marvel studios storyboard artist.
If you’ve spent any period of time in the online Marvel fandom, you’re probably aware of “Stucky”—that is, the portmanteau given to Captain America and The Winter Soldier being together in a romantic relationship. This, right here? The best Stucky we’ve ever seen.
If you’ve seen both Captain America: Winter Soldier and Captain America: Civil War, then you know that the first one sets up a possible relationship between Agent 13 (Emily VanCamp) and Steve Rogers (Chris Evans), and the other just throws that relationship together out of nowhere. Well, Hayley Atwell has weighed in.
I may have received somewhere between five and 2,000 emails regarding a certain comic book event that happened last week, so forgive me if the first answer is a little long. There’s a lot fo cover! But there’s also an Independence Day controversy, what Force powers still work from the Star Wars Expanded Universe, and…
You may have heard that Captain America is… a lot less patriotic now. Less “God bless America”, more H*** H****. It might seem that the change is coming out of nowhere but it probably not.
So writer Nick Spencer had a bad idea for Captain America. And Marvel had the worse idea by letting it happen. But, as is often the case, the fans took the shitty lemons they were handed and made lemonade.
“Postal Apocalypse” is back, folks! Sorry for the delay. I could tell you an interesting lie about mutant raccoons scouring the post-apocalyptic landscape, but in all honesty I was just moving, and it took all my meager resources just to edit io9 and write Game of Thrones recaps that infuriated you. But I’m back now,…
It’s All-New, All-Different Marvel! It’s the All-New, All-Different adventures of Steve Rogers, back in action today as Captain America! And Steve has an All-New, All-Different gimmick to his history that will change the Marvel Universe forever... if by forever you mean a few months or so, although you wouldn’t know…
En Captain America: Civil War se llevaron a cabo varios conflictos que terminaron en una gran batalla de superhéroes. Helmut Zemo fue un personaje clave en la historia, trabajando desde la oscuridad moviendo sus fichas, pero su aspecto en realidad no era nada fiel al del cómic. Pero lo pudo haber sido.