When Frank Grillo’s character was introduced in Captain America: The Winter Soldier, he seemed like a decent dude; working for S.H.I.E.L.D. alongside Chris Evans’ Cap to save a bunch of kidnapped hostages. But for longtime Marvel readers, Grillo’s character’s name, Brock Rumlow, was a major red flag. In the comics, Rumlow is the real name of Crossbones, a deranged super-villain and frequent associate of the Red Skull. Sure enough, by the end of Winter Soldier, Grillo’s Rumlow revealed his true allegiance to Hydra (an organization created by none other than Red Skull) and squared off with Anthony Mackie’s Falcon in hand-to-hand combat.
It looks like the sequel to last year's Captain America: The First Avenger will be taking more than its subtitle from Ed Brubaker's just-completed eight-year run with the character. Actor Frank Grillo has j
The Summer of Thor and Captain America: The First Avenger has produced its share of Marvel movie toys, but this September, Diamond Select Toys and Art Asylum will cater to the comic versions of the toy heroes and their supporting casts with Marvel Minimates Wave 42 and the Toys "R" Us Wave 12. Interestingly, these waves pack i
Hasbro's new Captain America: The First Avenger comic series features no shortage of Sentinels of Liberty, but for fans interested in the most basic shield-slinging, it's easy to be overwhelmed with options. In an effort to diversif