We finally know what special features will be available on the _Captain America: Civil War _Blu-ray, and as is the case with many major releases, these will include some deleted and extended scenes.
One of the things that Hawkeye has traditionally had in the comics, that he's never had in the MCU, is a mask. It turns out Captain America: Civil War very nearly changed that.
Artist Andy Park shares his early designs for Ant-Man's updated costume in the Marvel blockbuster Captain America: Civil War.
Last month, the geek commentariat blew up over a single panel of a Captain America comic. In Captain America: Steve Rogers No. 1, America’s most beloved non-Crunch Captain intoned the slogan of his longtime foes, the terrorist network/hate group Hydra: “Hail Hydra.” Marvel Comics could never have anticipated the subsequent ... More »
Why is J.K. Simmons so ripped while working on Justice League? Want to find out about all the extra easter eggs in Batman v Superman Ultimate Edition? What’s the reason behind that Captain America: Steve Rogers Hydra twist? Why did Margot...Show More Summary
Last month, comic book readers and fans of the Marvel Cinematic Universe alike exploded with outrage over a twist ending to the first issue of the new series of ‘Captain America’ comics, in which Steve Rogers reveals that he has, since his childhood, been a secret sleeper agent for the terrorist hate group known as Hydra.
I had mixed feelings about the ending of Captain America: Steve Rogers #1. With this week's Issue #2 from Marvel, we learn how it happened. What may be more important to readers, however, is why it happened and what it means for the story writer Nick Spencer is trying to tell. SPOILERS FOR CAPTAIN AMERICA: STEVE ROGERS #2
The revelation about Captain America's Hydra affiliation spills over into the Winter Soldier's world -- Jim Zub discusses how it all fits together.
And how Captain America got his Hydra groove.
Not a lot of huge news on the Marvel Cinematic Universe front (though there are some cool tidbits and, of course, we’ll get to them), but the shockwave of Steve Rogers: Captain America #1 has resurged with the second issue hitting the stands today and clearing up a lot of outrage over the “Cap has always been a Hydra agent” plotline. Show More Summary
In the "Marvel Puzzle Quest" mobile game, Peggy Carter assumes the mantle of Captain America after Steve Rogers is assassinated.
'Hail Hydra!'? We don't think so.
Some Marvel Cinematic Universe characters have looks that are pretty close to their iconic comics incarnations, but the Scarlet Witch and Hawkeye have always ditched those looks for more practical outfits. However, this concept art shows Marvel was considering going in a more comic-accurate direction for them. Read more...
It’s been a mixed bag for movie lovers in 2016: Captain America: Civil War knocked it out of the park, but Batman and Superman’s big cinematic team-up didn’t quite live up to expectations. In a year that has already seen Disney sweep...Show More Summary
Newly revealed concept art from "Captain America: Civil War" shows a slight alteration to the Ant-Man helmet.
"Captain America" writer Nick Spencer tells CBR News about issue #2's major reveal and reiterates that Steve Rogers "is not brainwashed."
The special features for "Civil War's" upcoming home video release include featurettes, commentary, deleted scenes and more.
The king of Wakanda strikes an intimidating pose with the Black Panther Polystone Statue. Standing 22.24-inches-tall and based on original movie references from Captain America: Civil War, T’Challa is ready to strike with this highly-detailed...Show More Summary
Yesterday, articles went up all over the nerd internet focused on the revelation of 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. Read more...
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