- char: ant-man/giant man/hank pym,
- char: black widow/natasha romanova,
- char: captain america/steve rogers,
- char: falcon/sam wilson,
- char: hawkeye/ronin/clint barton,
- char: red skull/johann schmidt,
- char: sharon carter,
- char: sin/synthia schmidt,
- char: vision,
- char: winter soldier/james bucky barnes,
- creator: bryan hitch,
- creator: ed brubaker,
- publisher: marvel comics,
- series: 10th anniversary celebration,
- series: one perfect moment,
- title: captain america reborn
( Who Wields The Shield? )
After so many months fighting my OCD and whatever illnesses that ailed mine soul, I decided to restore my life back and to fight the good fight for Justice, Peace, Freedom, Love and Chocolate (as well as to pay Icon_UK some money he lent me). It has come to mine attention how saddening things have turned on the worlds of Comicbooks and, well, it is due time to get the magic back. Long enough have we seen heroes against themselves for the most bizarre motives as well as blood and gore ad nauseam, so why not bring back some good old fashioned fight between good and evil? Simple but excellent fun. Remember that time when Cap and the Red Skull fought for their souls at Hell? Well, comrades and dudettes, today you are in for a treat. Today Cap gets to duke it out with the Devil himself for the fate of the universe!
( 'Nuff Said! )
Last week I had the chance to read the latest issue of Captain America and Bucky # 624. I highly reccomend it to everybody since it contains a fascinating story set during the years in which Bucky was the Winter Soldier as well as many romantic moments. Now I proudly present you some selected scenes (4 pages only since this is a recent issue) of the adventures of our two favorite ex-communist heroes. Enjoy, comrades!
( A Story of Two Winter Soldiers )
( Four pages from Captain America & Bucky #623 )
From Captain America & Bucky #623, written by Ed Brubaker and Marc Andreyko, pencils by Chris Samnee, colors by Bettie Breitweiser.
Anyway, this the book that they turned Captain America into when they killed him off in Fear Itself. Basically, it charts the coming of age of Bucky Barnes in self contained single issue installments. Ed Brubaker and Marc Andreyko on words, Chris Samnee on pencils, Bettie Breitweiser on colors, Namor McKenzie on burn.
( About five pages from Captain America & Bucky #622 )
Captain America: The First Avenger was awesome.
If you haven't seen it, go forth and do so.
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Greetings, True Believers! Corporal Chocochuy reporting for duty as well as sporting a new avatar!
So far we have seen the rebirth of the Red Skull as well as Cap and Bucky fighting a Japanese Vampire. Right now I have decided that we need to see some of the romance that has been part of the life of Captain America. I am proud to give you one of Cap’s dangerous date with Betsy Ross. Enjoy!
( Cap's Dangerous Date )
( The Awesomeness of a Sentinel of Liberty )