The Cap 3 commercial after the break is short but gives us a clear drawing of lines between the Avengers in the upcoming Civil War.
Diversity in long-standing superhero comics is hard work. Most of the classic superheroes were white men because they were largely created by white men.
Last week, when I covered the Beefeater in this column, I mentioned how that Beefeater’s dad was a partner to a World War II
Captain America joined the Avengers with issue #4 of that series. He’d been found frozen in ice and quickly joined the team, in part
No theme to this edition, just trying to catch up. After the break I’ll look at Captain Marvel and the Carol Corps #1, Captain Marvel and
Marvel mastermind Kevin Feige has been open about his love of Star Wars and revealed years ago his secret Easter Egg nod to Empire Strikes
Look around you–does the world feel different? Sure does. We’re living in the post-Spidey MCU world and it’s going to be fantastic. And while
The Russo brothers talk about Captain America: Civil War during an interview in China and confirm that Sebastian Stan and Scarlett Johansson will appear