Marvel’s brand new character, Mosaic is set to make his Inhuman debut in Uncanny Inhumans #11, and this new teaser indicates he may cross paths with Steve Rogers very soon. Will he expose Captain America’s Hydra secret? Mosaic will launch in October, and will be written by Geoffrey Thorne with art by Khary Randolf. Mosaic, former professional basketball player Morris Sackett, is now a disembodied entity who can inhabit the bodies of others, and access their memories, abilities, and personalities of those he inhabits. Kind of sounds like a Marvel take on Deadman… kinda?
All hail Steve Rogers! You may try to take him down, but like a hydra, Steve Rogers will never stay down for long. Captain America is back, and we take a look at the controversial Captain America: Steve Rogers #1 in this week’s episode.
What Civil War Tie-In Comics Do You NEED to Read?
[Books] Answer the Civil War question in Captain America vs. Iron Man: Freedom, Security, Psychology
There is a lot to unpack in Marvel’s Captain America: Civil War (as well as the comic book series), and to help you figure out who is right and who is wrong, Travis Langley has a new book titled, Captain America vs. Iron Man: Freedom, Security, Psychology.
With Captain America celebrating his 75th birthday, Marvel has tasked Jim Steranko with creating variants for upcoming issues.
We’ve been talking about the potential synergy between comic book publishers and movie theaters for years now, and some theaters have figured out ways of connecting with their local merchants to sell tie-in materials do fans as the exit the theater. Araca Group gets it too by launching pop-up stores in movie theaters.
Walt Disney Studios released these images from the London premiere of Captain America: Civil War.
Have you ever wondered how much it would cost to be a real life Captain America? More than you think, according to this infographic from Twizzle.