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Rick Remender, Carlos Pacheco & Paul Renaud continue the "March to AXIS" in "Captain America" #24 as Falcon soars to heroic new heights.
Before Hayley Atwell brings her to life on television, get to know the original Peggy Carter by checking out her Marvel Comics adventures!
Read the collection of notable dropped storylines, like the time Captain America's sidekick was shot & replaced by a female sidekick, Golden Girl!
DC Collectibles, Diamond Select Toys and more show off their upcoming wares featuring some of the biggest, most iconic names in geekdom.
With the sequel's screenwriters looking to Ed Brubaker's run on the comic, here are five "Captain America" stories they could pull from for the 2016 film.
"Al Ewing" tells CBR about "Captain America & the Mighty Avengers," a new series that teams Luke Cage's squad with Sam Wilson, the new Captain America.
Dennis Hopeless talks "All-New Captain America: Fear Him," a Marvel Infinite Comic that bridges the gap between "Captain America" #25 & "All-New Captain America" #1.
ROBOT 6 reflects on the recent social-media firestorm, and wonders whether we’re capable of bypassing the name-calling to have a productive discussion.
Rick Remender takes us deep into Sam Wilson's new role as Captain America, with details about the former Falcon's part in "AXIS" and his new series.
With Sam Wilson taking on the Captain America mantle, the Falcon persona is up for grabs - and the late night host claimed it via a Kris Anka illustration.
Sam Wilson is Marvel's "All-New Captain America," in a new series set to debut this fall from writer Rick Remender and artist Stuart Immonen.
Axel Alonso talks "The Logan Legacy" and "Bucky Barnes: The Winter Soldier," and comments on the debate surrounding "#FireRickRemender."
Brett hopes to see more empathy and understanding from both sides of social media arguments, but he really just wants the outrage cycle to stop.
From the return of Bucky to Hollywood not understanding "Velvet," superstar writer Ed Brubaker shed light on the stories behind some of his most popular creations.
Rick Remender & Carlos Pacheco's "Captain America" #22 is "another winner filled with action and suspense" as the Marvel U heads into "AXIS."
A social-media firestorm demanding "Captain America" writer Rick Remender be fired fizzled out once it was made obvious that Falcon didn’t have drunken sex with a 14 year old girl.
Following events in the latest issues of "Captain America," Marvel will reveal who exactly will wear the red, white and blue uniform on Monday.
CSBG's latest notable comic book retcon is the story of what really happened to Captain America before the Avengers found him in the Atlantic Ocean.
The Line celebrates America with CAPTAIN America! The Sentinel of Liberty is mashed up with Tim Burton, the 25th Century, "My Little Pony's" Lauren Faust & more!
Nobody in the Marvel Universe shares their codenames quite like the heroes that rock the red, white, and blue.
Rick Remender & Carlos Pacheco bring the story that began in Dimension Z to a close in "Captain America" #22, the start of "The Tomorrow Soldier."
Alex Ross has revealed new X-Men and Captain America lithographs that will be available at Comic-Con International 2014.
Fans welcome Lee with gold-and-green shield! Anti-Muslim Chick tract sparks complaint! Frank Miller would like to write Captain America!
Rick Remender examines the fallout from Cap's battle with the Iron Nail and teases "The Tomorrow Soldier," a new arc featuring Arnim Zola & Red Skull.
Augie looks at Robert Kirkman's "Captain America" storyline, and the time Todd McFarlane drew a Batman-like villain fighting Spider-Man.
Check out some of the strangest comics ever, including Captain America winning the war on drugs by removing the super soldier serum from his body.
Red Skull & Arnim Zola join forces in Marvel's "Captain America" #22 by Rick Remender & Carlos Pacheco, the first chapter of "The Tomorrow Soldier."
In all war stories, a terrible price must be paid, and the same holds true in "Captain America" #21, by Rick Remender and Nic Klein.
In the latest spotlight on comic book retcons, CSBG examines how Captain America's shield at one time worked through electronic gadgetry -- and magnets!
The beginning of the end of Steve Rogers is here in Marvel Comics' "Captain America" #21 by Rick Remender and Nic Klein, on sale June 4.
Captain America's WWII girlfriend, Peggy Carter, is getting her own TV series on ABC, and CSBG examines her long, strange comic book history.
CSBG has an archive of retconned comic stories, including one of the most famous -- the Captain America was frozen in ice before WWII ended despite years of evidence to the contrary!
Was the 2002 Captain America series launched in response to 9/11, and did Marvel plan on addressing Cap's bizarre 2001 "death"?
Cap worked with SHIELD long before "Winter Soldier," but CSBG looks at the days before they joined forces, when Cap was a little too into the idea.
Everyone knows Captain America's origin, right? Well, for a few years in the 1980s Cap had an entirely different origin! Including a brother! CSBG has the whole story.
CSBG is collecting some of the most ill-thought out story ideas in comic book history, including an awful Golden Age Captain America tale.
With the Marvel Cinematic Universe constantly expanding, Captain America's original arch enemy is bound to return. SPINOFF ONLINE wonders where that will be.
CSBG has an archive of abandoned comic book storylines, like the time Captain America died and no one remembered that it happened.
With "Captain America: The Winter Soldier" a certified box office hit, writer Rick Remender talks to CBR News about Steve Rogers' comic book future. UPDATED with new art from May's issue #20.
Marvel has made it official that the third "Captain America" film will open against DC icons Batman, Superman and Wonder Woman in May 2016.