Steve Rogers is back as Captain America, so why won’t Sam Wilson give the shield back to Steve?
The first superhero Civil War featured Captain America versus Iron Man for the soul of Marvel’s heroes. Now, Captain America is stuck in the middle, pulled in both directions. Will he choose a side? Your Major Spoilers review of Sam Wilson: Captain America #11 awaits!
Two crooked cops who have lost all their money on illegal battlebot betting rings. A health nut organized crime boss who drinks Kombucha and is the perfect family man. The most feared officer in the entire Los Angeles police force who is a dog named Pretzels. These are just a few elements of Nick Spencer and Steve Lieber’s comic book, The Fix. Think it can’t get crazier? It can. Read on for your Major Spoilers review!
Being an anti-hero has a lot of appeal to many today. After all, the politicians are crooked, the system’s rigged against us, the cops are no good … all that good stuff. Most comics deal with the good guys, so it makes sense to have Nick Spencer, who also writes – count ‘em – TWO Captain America titles to want to go a different route. Hence The Fix.
2016 is the 75th Anniversary of Captain America’s first appearance. I wonder if this means anything for the depowered, aged Steve Rogers? If you’re bettin’ against it, don’t bet the rent. Your Major Spoilers review of Captain America Sam Wilson #7 awaits!
I’m not sure there is enough room to get the title on the cover, but regardless, Marvel has released a sneak peek of Avengers Standoff: Assault on Pleasant Hill Omega #1, that features the return of Steve Rogers.
Sandwiched between the recently-wrapped SECRET WARS and the big summer event of 2016, CIVIL WAR II, comes AVENGERS STANDOFF. This crossover running through Marvel’s Avengers books has been billed as a prologue of sorts to Civil War II, but is it required (or even enjoyable) reading?
The nefarious villains known as the Serpent Society have rebranded for a new age, as the corporate entity known as Serpent Solutions. That does not, however, mean that they want to murder the good Captain any less… Your Major Spoilers review of Sam Wilson, Captain America #6 awaits!
Though the noise hasn’t grown to a roar, there is a lot of rumbling under the surface on what exactly Avengers Standoff is. A clue can be found in this sneak peek of Avengers Standoff: Assault on Pleasant Hill Alpha #1.
Nick Spencer and Steve Lieber are teaming for The Fix, a new crime series at Image Comics.
So much is being made of the upcoming Welcome to Pleasant Hill event from Marvel, that many of us are eager to see what the House of Ideas will deliver. Today we get our chance to see the unlettered preview pages of Avengers Standoff: Welcome to Pleasant Hill #1.