HAIL HYDRA! So says Steve Rogers and the the cosmic cube. “WHAAAAA!?” you scream. “Say it isn’t so, Steve Rogers!” Settle down and take the jump to watch the trailer that gets you caught up on most of what is happening in Captain America: Steve Rogers.
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.
Press Release Hushed whispers cut across Battleworld. One of the most vile villains in history still draws breath. But how can this be? He should be dead! And yet his legend grows even larger in the pages of RED SKULL #1 – a brand new Secret Wars limited series beginning this July! Writer Josh Williamson (Birthright, Nailbiter) and artist Luca Pizzari (Amazing Spider-Man Special) bring you a twisted tale from the bowels of Battleworld!
When you’ve read comics as long as I have – a really long time now – there are certain patterns I’ve noticed in how both Marvel and DC do certain things. One of those, which I honestly despise, is to replace a “name” hero with another person in the costume. I mean, come on – you just know the original person will be back. It’s only a matter of time.
Everyone who loves super-heroes knows this story: Steve Rogers a 28 year old polio-afflicted young man from Redondo Beach, California is brought into the armed forces by Italian defector Dr. Maria Vasselli to become a Super Soldier. His goal? To defeat the Nazi’s own supersoldier, an Italian mutant known as the Red Skull! Wait, what?
Marvel is set to release an all new series featuring Red Skull and David Aja has been hired to provide the covers to the series. These are simply stunning, and deserving of an entry in the Art Appreciation Moment of the Day.
Entertainment Weekly is one of those magazines that gets a lot of exclusives when it comes to movies, television, and the various what-nots. Today, the site posted a really great image of the Red Skull in full Hydra dress. In this summer’s Captain America: The First Avenger, Chris Evans plays a scrawny, sickly wannabe soldier during World War II who gets an injection that turns him into a super-warrior. A similar experiment was also established by the Nazis, but turned their test subject — the weapons developer Johann Schmidt (Hugo Weaving) — into the ghastly Red Skull. So, what do