theoneandonlyadour:


Iron Man - Captain America - Thor - Hulk - Hawkeye - Black Widow
“Now we win.”

Marvel NOW! Avengers: Captain America

theoneandonlyadour:

Iron Man - Captain America - Thor - Hulk - Hawkeye - Black Widow

Now we win.

Marvel NOW! Avengers: Captain America

Do you like the new captain America? Rogers was way better...

Hold on now playboy. We haven’t even seen Sam in action, so there’s really nothing to compare. Given his track record as both Steve and Bucky’s partner, I’d say he’ll do a bang up job as Cap. And people said the same thing when Bucky became Captain America, and we all know how that ended up.

Hey guys! I want you to ask you something c: If you dont mind, could you please show me pics of Bucky as Captain America. Thank you so much and good job, dudes!
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kristaferanka:

Born on the Fourth of July
I wanted to challenge myself so I used the Avengers 2 based on the set photos.
I alo made this an homage to the very first comic i ever read.

kristaferanka:

Born on the Fourth of July

I wanted to challenge myself so I used the Avengers 2 based on the set photos.

I alo made this an homage to the very first comic i ever read.

mcnivenart:

boot to the head!
from my Uncanny Avengers run

mcnivenart:

boot to the head!

from my Uncanny Avengers run

Hey guys love the site! I wanted to ask you a question about the winter soldier. You probably got this before if so i apologize. The original Brubaker run is confusing as to whether he had Super soldier serum in him before the fall or given to him to bring him back or at all. The movie suggests that he was experimented on. So basically was he or wasn't he? If not how is he as strong as Cap? Thanks Keith
Anonymous

Keeping with the comics canon, Bucky is in peak physical condition, comparable to an Olympic athlete. His only physical alteration would be his bionic arm, which is capable of superhuman feats of strength. At the end of Fear Itself, Nick Fury used the last of his Infinity Formula to bring Bucky back from the brink of death.

In the movies, my personal belief is that Zola only performed experiments on Bucky’s mind, but it’s not out of the question to think that Zola was experimenting with Erskine’s formula and testing them on Bucky. That could explain how Steve broke through Hydra’s mind control, since the formula makes “good become better; bad become worse.” The formula bringing out Bucky’s good side, along with Steve using childhood memories, could have come together to overcome Bucky’s brainwashing. But this is all speculation on my part about the movie canon.

This isn’t the first time Sam has donned the mantle of Captain America. He originally wielded the shield during the Captain America: Sentinel of Liberty miniseries (issue 9 to be exact).

iamalfff:

All-New Captain America #1

UNLEASH THE FALCON

iamalfff:

All-New Captain America #1

UNLEASH THE FALCON

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Not on my watch

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punisherwarjournal:

You’ve got to move faster than that, son. I think you want to be caught.

You want it all over with, don’t you? It doesn’t have to be prison, Castle. There are other places you can go if you want help.

Punisher War Journal #66

Steven Grant + Hugh Haynes

This plot is yet another event where police forces and superheroes alike take arms against the Punisher, after one step ‘too far.’ Part of this response involves Steve Rogers, who goes out of his way to make this deliberate effort to reach Frank. After this one failed attempt, this endeavor is not touched on again, and that is disappointing as this issue raises a lot of interesting points of characterization.

Steve attempts to reach Frank as a soldier. He stresses understanding and speaks to him with the respect of a fellow service person, while still chastising his brutality. It’s worth note that Frank does not once say a single word to Steve aloud. He does not agree or deny any of Steve’s assumptions. While he keeps himself silent, his inner narrative is heavy: he speaks of how Captain America was a symbol of worship for him in the army, like the flag itself. Knowing he’ll lose hand-to-hand, Frank reads his options as this: shoot Steve or surrender. He viciously refuses to kill Steve (who is already suffering a disease in this point in canon, which Frank picks up on as they fight) and he also refuses to return to prison. His mind stresses and reaches for a third option, but he can’t find one.

However, Steve does offer a third suggestion. He does not specify what exactly but he does say: ‘there are other places you can go.’ The only real option this seems to indicate is that he would see Frank treated like any soldier suffering with PTSD. This coincides with the ongoing theme that the two are very opposite sides of the spectrum as a pair of soldiers: Steve sees this third option, where Frank does not even acknowledge its existence: that is the difference in the kind of men they are. Above all, it seems to indicate that Steve would be willing to be an active figure on Frank’s side, should this be the case, because Frank’s arrests do tend to land him in prison by default, not in any mental health facility — and this is mostly due to his own responses to his arrests and trial. Steve stresses that he understands, and he is willing to help.

The idea of Steve Rogers taking a personal investment in Frank Castle, and the potential of his rehabilitation, speaks a lot for this dynamic