thefandomhouse:

Ultimate Avengers: “Unfreeze the Captain”

manarin:

I watched Toy Story this week and this scene still kills me.

uchidachi:

Ahh the good old days - Avengers #280

uchidachi:

Ahh the good old days - Avengers #280

oldcaptainamericacomics:

Steve and Bucky thrive to get back at their sergeant whenever they can :p

fuckyeahcaptainamerica:

The many faces of Captain America

   Captain America: Man Out of Time #1-5

So, I hadn't really seen much from the Marvel Universe until the current series of movies and Captain America is definitely my favorite. How similiar is his character in the comics and what ones would you reccomend I start with?

MCU Steve is pretty darn close to 616 Steve, and this is really evident in CA: TWS. A common misconception about Steve is that he’s a government lackey used to impose the will of the US on other countries. This couldn’t be farther from the truth. Steve is loyal to the idea of America, where oppressed people can come and make something of themselves with opportunities that wouldn’t have been given to them elsewhere.

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Daredevil #233

The parallel can be drawn in the scene where Fury brings Steve to the Project Insight bay and explains the program to him. Steve’s obvious disapproval is a perfect adaptation of his 616 personality brought to the big screen.

As for which comics to read, I highly recommend you read the Captain America: Man Out of Time miniseries. It is by far the best representation of Cap’s character, along with having fantastic art and a very enjoyable story (not to mention a lot of derp faces from Steve). I also recommend reading vol. 5 of Captain America. It’s where I started, and it’s where Ed Brubaker retconned Bucky’s death and began the Winter Soldier story. The Captain America and… series is also a good one to read, and it explores Cap’s relationships with Bucky (Captain America and Bucky #624 gives the history of the Winter Soldier through Bucky’s eyes), Hawkguy Hawkeye, Iron Man, and Black Widow. If anyone else has any other suggestions, feel free to add them on!

bear1na:

Captain America, Nick Fury, Ms Marvel, Spider-Woman,  Mockingbird, and Luke Cage by Olivier Coipel

bear1na:

Captain America, Nick Fury, Ms Marvel, Spider-Woman,  Mockingbird, and Luke Cage by Olivier Coipel

why-i-love-comics:

Avengers Academy #5 - “Fame”

written by Christos N. Gageart by Jorge Molina & Andrew Hennessy

why-i-love-comics:

Avengers Academy #5 - “Fame”

written by Christos N. Gage
art by Jorge Molina & Andrew Hennessy

cptsmallass:

Prep him.