Sam is back to lead the fight against his ultimate foe! Marvel's Captain America: Sam Wilson #24 by Nick Spencer, Donny Cates & Joe Bennett. The post Captain America: Sam Wilson #24 appeared first on CBR.
It's haunted Spider-Man's nightmares for months…will Miles kill Captain America? Marvel Comics' Secret Empire #7 by Nick Spencer & Andrea Sorrentino. The post Secret Empire #7 appeared first on CBR.
CBR has the exclusive first look at Marvel Comics' Captain America: Steve Rogers #19 from scribe Nick Spencer and artist Jesus Saiz, on sale next week. The post EXCL. PREVIEW: Captain America: Steve Rogers #19 Has Sharon at a Crossroads appeared first on CBR.
Disclaimer: The post below may contain spoilers for Avengers: Infinity War. While the Marvel Cinematic Universe hasn’t been very well known for taking big risks. You need only look at Captain America: Civil War, which saw the death of exactly zero heroes, to see what I’m talking about. Show More Summary
Beneath the red, white, and blue boy scout exterior, beats the heart of a true a-hole. The post 15 Reasons Why Captain America Was Always Marvel’s Greatest Villain appeared first on CBR.
After making their acclaimed MCU debut with Captain America: The Winter Soldier, the brothers have taken on more and more ambitious projects within the shared universe. But would they ever be interested in dipping their toes into the Star Wars franchise?
The Destiny 2 beta finally gives us a good look at the Titan’s Void subclass, the Sentinel. Destiny 2 bids farewell to the old Defender subclass and replaces it with the Sentinel, the Titan’s answer to Captain America. So you enjoyed throwing hammers around? You’re gonna love this shield. The Sentinel’s super, Sentinel Shield, is […]
The creator of FX’s Fargo, Noah Hawley, and the filmmakers behind Captain America: Civil War, Joe and Anthony Russo, are teaming up for a new FX series called The Mastermind. The Russo Brothers will direct the series and executive produce along with Hawley. Show More Summary
War Machine suffered life altering injuries during the events of Captain America: Civil War, and Don Cheadle now seems to think that this issue will be addressed by the time Infinity War rolls around.
At Disney's D23 Expo this past Sunday, attendees were shocked to see Captain America (Chris Evans) — or, Steve Rogers — sporting a beard in the new "Avengers: Infinity Wars" trailer. While Disney has not yet made the "Infinity Wars"Show More Summary
Steve Rogers gave up being Captain America last year in Civil War, and when we reunite with him in Infinity War next year, he may be fighting under a new superhero moniker.
Last year’s Captain America: Civil War saw all of the Avengers go head-to-head against one another in the now-famous airport scene brawl. On the whole, while the scene was 17 minutes of fun, it was hard to escape the idea that the stakes weren’t exactly clear. Show More Summary
With the screening of footage from Avengers: Infinity War, a rumor has resurfaced that Steve Rogers will abandon his Captain America identity. The post Rumor: Steve Rogers Assumes New Identity in Avengers: Infinity War appeared first on CBR.
We've finally been treated to a fantastic trailer for Black Panther, and even though many casual comic book fans didn't have a clue who Black Panther was before Captain America: Civil War they're all on board the train to Wakanda now!...Show More Summary
Steve Rogers has abandoned his Captain America identity for a beard in the first footage from Avengers: Infinity War.
Listen, if you haven't already seen the "Anthony Mackie and Sebastian Stan roasting Tom Holland" compilation video, do yourself a favor and check it out below. The three actors worked together in "Captain America: Civil War" and reunited for "Avengers: Infinity War," which just wrapped filming yesterday. Show More Summary
Captain America has a beard! Black Widow is blonde! Thor lands on the Guardians's windshield! Groot is a teenager! Thanos is beating our heroes to a pulp! Gahhhh! "Avengers: Infinity War" just wrapped filming yesterday, and the first footage debuted today during the Marvel Studios Live-Action panel at Disney's D23 Expo. Show More Summary
Thor meets the Guardians! Spidey Sense! A semi-complete infinity gauntlet! A bearded Captain America! So much good shit on display! Read the full article on AICN Ahoy, squirts! Quint here. Today Disney held their live action panel and...Show More Summary
It was a long road ahead for Spider-Man, but he finally made his way into the Marvel Cinematic Universe in Captain America: Civil War, and Tom Holland’s brilliant performance quickly … The post 15 Reasons Spider-Man Should Appear In The Defenders appeared first on CBR.
On a web slinging episode of Odin Makes, host Odin Abbott demonstrates how to make Spider-Man‘s web shooters based off of the design from Captain America: Civil War and Spider-Man: Homecoming. This was a highly requested DIY prop from his viewers. Show More Summary