Posts Tagged "captain america"

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possibly the best logan/ororo moment so far

SO. GOOD.

Okay so I gotta set the record straight here… I saw some people online saying that the current run of Deadpool wasn’t very good and THEY ARE SO SO VERY MUCH WRONG!

The story arc from which the above photoset was taken, The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly, written by Gerry Duggan & Brian Posehn, with art from Declan Shalvey, and colors by Jordie Bellaire, may in fact be the very BEST Deadpool story ever. All the creators are on their A game here, and the story ranges from exciting, to hilarious, to heartbreaking, and back with aplomb. 

For people who think Deadpool is nothing more than a walking punchline, read this collection and learn how wrong you are. You’re doing yourself a disservice by avoiding this series because of preconceived notions. 

HEY! LISTEN! STOP WHAT YOU’RE DOING!

Deadpool vol. 3: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly by gerryduggan, Brian Posehn, dshalv, and jordiecolorsthings just came out on comiXology. 

I know there are a lot of Deadpool fans out there and then also a lot of you who think he’s dumb and just is fart and chimichanga jokes, but this arc might be one of the best comics that came out last year. 

Deadpool, Wolverine, and Captain America team up when they find out a secret branch of Weapon-X located in North Korea has been stealing their body parts to make clones of them to use for evil. This arc digs into the past of the characters and might be the most emotionally heavy-hitting Deadpool comics ever. 

Seriously. I can’t recommend this one enough. The writing is so well balanced, and the team of Shalvey and Bellaire really shines.

[Read Deadpool vol. 3: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly]

Who out there loves this story as much as I do?

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Unless you’ve been living under a rock or have been frozen in a block of ice for the past couple months, you’ve probably heard a bunch about this Captain America guy, and hey, we get it, comics can be a treacherous world to navigate so we’re here to make it a bit easier for you with a comiXology Guide to Getting Started with Captain America!

Cap has had a long glorious run of protecting the American Way, but it all had to start somewhere, and way back in 1941 (that’s even before Tumblr existed!) Nazis were rolling through Europe and freedom as we know it was being threatened. Joe Simon & Jack Kirby saw the need for a new American Hero and thus Captain America was born, making his first appearance in the now iconic cover of Captain America Comics #1. This comic has the beginning of all that is Cap: The Super Soldier Program, Bucky, and the first appearance of The Red Skull (who is sporting a hell of a sweatsuit…)

Stan Lee, also with Jack Kirby, put his classic style into a retelling of Steve Rogers transformation into the First Avenger in Captain America #109

In what is now seen as the essential Captain America run, Ed Brubaker and Steve Epting brought Cap up to present time. If there is one Captain America story you are going to read this is the one. 

And if you’re really just more of the type of person who wants the newest thing, Rick Remender has helmed the Captain America ship and brought along his unique sci-fi stylings. See how Steve Rogers fares when he is transported as far away from the good ol’ U.S. of A. as he has ever been before with Captain America: Castaway in Dimension Z.

That should give you a good jumping off point for all things Cap! Enjoy!

Saw Captain America: The Winter Soldier and want to read up on Cap! We made this guide to get you started!

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Captain America: Reborn

If you couldn’t satisfy your Cap Cravings with the picks from our comiXology Guide to Captain America, we suggest picking up Ed Brubaker and Bryan Hitch’s Captain America: Reborn to binge on this weekend. 

Captain America - Steve Rogers - is reborn, but is he the hero we know and love? Or is the new Captain merely a pawn of the Red Skull, or perhaps something worse? And what is Norman Osborn doing lurking on the fringes?

Unless you’ve been living under a rock or have been frozen in a block of ice for the past couple months, you’ve probably heard a bunch about this Captain America guy, and hey, we get it, comics can be a treacherous world to navigate so we’re here to make it a bit easier for you with a comiXology Guide to Getting Started with Captain America!

Cap has had a long glorious run of protecting the American Way, but it all had to start somewhere, and way back in 1941 (that’s even before Tumblr existed!) Nazis were rolling through Europe and freedom as we know it was being threatened. Joe Simon & Jack Kirby saw the need for a new American Hero and thus Captain America was born, making his first appearance in the now iconic cover of Captain America Comics #1. This comic has the beginning of all that is Cap: The Super Soldier Program, Bucky, and the first appearance of The Red Skull (who is sporting a hell of a sweatsuit…)

Stan Lee, also with Jack Kirby, put his classic style into a retelling of Steve Rogers transformation into the First Avenger in Captain America #109

In what is now seen as the essential Captain America run, Ed Brubaker and Steve Epting brought Cap up to present time. If there is one Captain America story you are going to read this is the one. 

And if you’re really just more of the type of person who wants the newest thing, Rick Remender has helmed the Captain America ship and brought along his unique sci-fi stylings. See how Steve Rogers fares when he is transported as far away from the good ol’ U.S. of A. as he has ever been before with Captain America: Castaway in Dimension Z.

That should give you a good jumping off point for all things Cap! Enjoy!

Captain America Bundles!!

We have just added THREE Captain America bundles to the store!

Read the story that stunned readers worldwide and sent shockwaves through the entire Marvel Universe - the return of Cap’s wartime partner, Bucky Barnes, as the Winter Soldier; the death and life of his greatest enemy, the Red Skull; and the emergences of a new threat, General Aleksander Lukin, the head of one of the most powerful corporations in the world!

This Bundle collects Captain America #1 - 24 + Winter Soldier: Winter Kills One-Shot

Leaping from the final pages of Civil War, this is the story that stunned readers, sent shockwaves through the entire Marvel Universe, and made news headlines worldwide! And the death of Captain America is only the beginning! In the aftermath of the fabled hero’s assassination, Agent 13, Bucky Barnes, the Falcon, Black Widow, and Iron Man come together again in a desperate attempt to keep his dream alive. But the collapse of Steve Rogers’ dream was merely the first step in the wicked machinations of the Red Skull, who is determined to see the death of America follow soon after the death of the Captain. As the Skull’s master plan kicks into motion, and chaos begins to take hold of the United States, only one man stands in its way - but is he up to the task? Freed from the psychosis that transformed him into the relentless mercenary known as the Winter Soldier, Bucky Barnes is called on to live up to the dream in ways he never imagined. Eisner Award-winning writer Ed Brubaker refuses to let up on the action, suspense, and human drama in a tale that ties together all eras of the star-spangled warrior’s history!

This bundle collects Captain America #25 - 42

Steve Rogers’ closest friends and allies may have found a way to bring back Captain America. Or is what they found something more sinister? The Red Skull’s greatest plan to destroy Captain America has been in motion and its completion is almost at hand. Will Captain America be lost forever or will he be REBORN?

Collects Captain America #43 - 50, Captain America vol. 1 #600 & 601, and the entire mini-series Captain America: Reborn (6 issues)

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Captain America: The Winter Soldier - Trailer 

Starring Chris Evans, Frank Grillo & Scarlett Johansson

In theaters April 4, 2014

(via:filmhabits)

STEEEEEEVE! <3

The phenomenal Marvel work of Ed Brubaker is on sale for $0.99 cents a piece today! 

We’re talking Captain America, Daredevil, X-Men: Deadly Genesis, and of course… Winter Solider

Don’t miss out.