Captain America The First Avenger - Page 2
Just in time for July 4, Sideshow Collectibles has revealed new photos of its patriotic San Diego Comic-Con International 2012 Hot Toys exclusive: Captain America Rescue Version. The 1/6 scale HT figure stands 12" tall, bears the like
After saving the world twice in two years in Captain America: The First Avenger and this summer's The Avengers, it looks like Captain America is going to get to take a year off. Disney has just announced the rel
Movies: If you were bummed when you heard Warner Bros. was shutting down the live action Akira movie, don't worry, it could still totally be ruined by Hollywood happen!
Conventions: If you dig Grant Morrison, you may want to keep track of the mysterious MorrisonCon, which is apparently coming in the fall of 2012.
Toys: After years o
Movies: The first image of Hiroki Narimiya as Phoenix Wright in Japan's upcoming Ace Attorney live action film from Otona Fami magazine doesn't merit any objection from me.
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Regular ComicsAlliance readers are no doubt familiar with our firm stance that S.H.I.E.L.D. Agent Coulson is the true hero of Marvel Studios' superhero film franchise. Played by Clark Gregg, the party-poopingly sober yet plucky Agent Coulson is the Wedge Antilles of the series that includes
Comic readers knew the general ending of Captain America: The First Avenger was a bit of a foregone conclusion given his role in next summer's Avengers movie, but the circumstances of the film's finish merit some reflection -- especially with the First Avenger Blu-ray set to arrive in stores on October 25. Enjoyable as the
S.H.I.E.L.D.'s Agent Coulson may seem like a bit of a bore given his by-the-book approach to dealing with billionaire industrialists and Asgardian gods in the Iron Man films and Thor, but it's hard not to admire his unflappability at the heart of the Marvel movieverse's biggest crises (that are sure to escalate in next summer's The Avengers). On the Thor DVD/Blu-ray released
The new teaser trailer for Joss Whedon's 2012 The Avengers film is kind of weird. It essentially fuses part of the end of Captain America: The First Avenger with chunks of what's shown after its credits. It's not so much an actual teaser