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Captain America

  1. Take A Look At Marvel’s All-New Captain America #1 Featuring Falcon

    Marvel has released covers and preview pages from the new Falcon-starring Captain America series previously announced on The Colbert Report.

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  2. Rumor Roundup: Today Is Open Season on Crazy Spider-Man/Avengers and X-Men Rumors

    Let the rampant speculation begin!

    If the rumor mill were an arcade machine, today somebody just straight up ninja kicked it until it broke open and started spewing tokens everywhere. And among the payout are rumors involving the Avengers getting less Avengers but maybe some additional Spider-Man and making everyone's dreams come true.

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  3. The Directors of Captain America 3 Are Making It Sound Really Cool Almost 2 Years Before We’ll Get To See It

    Dammit.

    Last we heard from Captain America: The Winter Soldier directors Joe and Anthony Russo they were winning our hearts by talking about how they like to take a little thing called logic into account when writing their screenplays. Well, with the Winter Soldier DVD/Blu-ray just having come out, they're still doing press junkets, and that's yielded some quotes about how fans are going to "freak out" about Cap 3. Guys. Quit playin' games with my heart.

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  4. Marvel Announces National Bullying Prevention Month Variant Covers Featuring Rocket Raccoon, Captain America, & More

    YOU MAKE HULK SAD

    Now here's some variant covers I'd be honored to own.

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  5. Stanford Researcher Explains the Science of Captain America and the Hulk’s Powers [VIDEO]

    "Get in, losers. We're going to do science."

    Stanford biologist Sebastian Alvarado is here to take the wind out of your sails, pedants. Superheroes will probably never be 100% scientifically accurate, but Alvarado's rationalizations for the real science that could be at work behind the Hulk and Captain America would make the Science Bros. proud. Watch him explain Captain America above and then hit the jump for the Hulk.

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  6. Dorkly Reminds Us That Captain America Is Sometimes A Big Embarrassing Goofball

    All those who chose to oppose his shield must bend over laughing.

    Remember that time Steve Rogers went undercover as somebody's grandma to infiltrate Hydra Headquarters, with tiny frilly-suited Bucky Barnes in tow? Dorkly does, as well as a lot of embarrassing stuff that's happened to Cap and his team over the years—though not, ironically, that time he asked if the A on his head stands for France. It's probably better that we all forget that.

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  7. San Diego Comic-Con 2014: While You Were Sleeping, Part 3

    Future tip: Be very polite to any and all Spider-Mans.

    We know that reading about goings-on at Comic-Con after the fact isn't as good as being there in person, but think of it this way: You're at home. You're in your pajamas. And there are no lines. Join us now as we catch up on some newsy morsels, including a new Outlander trailer, the logo for the Warcraft movie, and some tidbits about Agent Carter.

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  8. 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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  9. 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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  10. 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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