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Captain America

  1. Falcon Is Taking Over as Captain America… Stephen Colbert Taking Over as Falcon? [Updated]

    "Why did the Falcon cross the road? For justice, mother f---er!"

    The big Marvel announcements just keep coming. After announcing Thor will be a woman on The View, Marvel sent Chief Creative Officer Joe Quesada to The Colbert Report to announce that the Falcon, Sam Wilson, will be taking on the mantle of Captain America.

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  2. We Need All Voices in Comics (Or I Started the #FireRickRemender Hashtag and I’m Only Kind of Sorry About It)

    Republished with permission.

    Wednesday evening, following my first read of Rick Remender’s Captain America #22, I posted a series of entries to my blog reiterating my distaste for his work, and my renewed (and long-held) belief that he should no longer be writing it. I am genuinely sorry for any personal affront my actions may have caused. What I am not sorry for is everything that came afterward.

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  3. No, Rick Remender Did Not Write Falcon Having Sex With A 14-Year-Old In Captain America

    Let's take a look, shall we?

    Captain America #22, by writer Rick Remender and artist Carlos Pacheco, caused an uproar last week. Why? Many were under the assumption a sex scene between Sam Wilson (aka The Falcon) and Jet Zola was actually a statutory rape scene. Soon, the hashtag #FireRickRemender surfaced on Twitter and many angry posts were written. There's just one thing to clear up - in the comics, Jet is at least 23 years old. So why the confusion?

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  4. Fox ADHD’s Captain America Song Is Fairly Upsettling, Sadly Spot-On

    I bet the real Captain America would hate this.

    This video from Fox ADHD titled "CAPTAIN AMERICA STATISTICS SONG!" might get you in the 4th of July spirit, but probably not in the way you're expecting. It reworks the classic Captain America cartoon theme song with statistics about how America compares to other countries in education, health, and more. Spoiler: We don't compare very well.

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  5. Her Universe Launches All-New Line of Marvel Themed Apparel

    This makes me want to fondue.

    We all knew this was coming when Ashley Eckstein tweeted out a teaser of that Captain America hoodie yesterday, but now it's official: Her Universe has just released an all-new line of Marvel clothing!

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  6. The “Unnecessary Censorship” Version of Captain America Is F%$&ing Great

    Captain America would never.

    Captain America: The Winter Solider was fantastic - so how can we bring the first Cap film up to that level? Easy - we just pretend the whole movie was filled with hilarious vulgarities, and then censor them all out. Including a pre-super Chris Evans exposing himself in of a room full of his fellow soldiers.

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  7. Things We Saw Today: Super Captain Wolverine Man

    Things We Saw Today

    Quick! Get Hollywood on the phone! (via Geeks Are Sexy)

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  8. These Illustrated Superhero Silhouettes Shed Light On Origin Stories

    Submitted For Your Approval

    Superhero origins are often frightening or humbling, and I think that's what we love about them. We love the idea that an ordinary human being can become something extraordinary. We love the idea that even gods and aliens can find kinship with humanity. I see those qualities reflected in Khoa Ho's "Superheroes - Past/Present" poster series, and I admire how simply that effect is achieved. Click through for a sampling of his work. Prints are available at Hero Complex Gallery.

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  9. Captain America’s Shield Explained By Science

    Excelsior!

    Captain America’s shield is famous for absorbing tremendous amounts of kinetic energy, from an artillery shell to a punch from the Hulk – keeping Cap not only safe, but on his feet.  What’s going on here?

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  10. Lunchbox Dad Creates Pop-Culture Meals For His Kids

    om nom nom

    It probably says something about my urge to take care of something other than a cat that I can't imagine packing any type of lunch for a child, let alone a creative one. Thankfully, Beau Coffron, also known as "Lunchbox Dad," is happy and willing to do so for his three children. Take a look at just some of the fantastic lunchbox images he's put together with yummy ingredients which make up Star Wars, Frozen, Dr. Seuss characters and more!

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