The Claws Of The King // artwork by CatchABrick (2014)
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The Claws Of The King // artwork by CatchABrick (2014)

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Captain America: The First Avenger // artwork by JB Roux (2014)
For more about this artist you can check: jibax.fr // jibax-tumblr // jibax-facebook

Captain America: The First Avenger // artwork by JB Roux (2014)

For more about this artist you can check: jibax.fr // jibax-tumblr // jibax-facebook

These Are The Avengers! (Vol.9) //  by William Teal (2014)

Check out vol.1vol.2vol.3vol.4vol.5vol.6 vol.7 and vol.8 here!!!

An amazing set of Vectors created by artist William Teal. You can also take a look at the previous posts I have on this series, I hope you enjoy it! 

Ultimate Spider-Man #1-7 “Power & Responsibility” // artwork by Mark Bagley & Art Thibert (2000) 

The first seven issues of the flagship tittle of the Ultimate Universe.

The Kingpin // artwork by John Romita (1993)
From Marvel Masterworks: 1993.

The Kingpin // artwork by John Romita (1993)

From Marvel Masterworks: 1993.

So I Just Watched… Captain America: The Winter Soldier (Marvel Studios, 2014) 
It’s just me or the wait between Marvel films is agonizingly long? That’s what you feel when you have a company very self conscious about the quality of the product they put out to the public. Don’t get me wrong I know these movies in the end is just about the business and how much money they can make, but when you see most of the crap Hollywood puts out these days for a quick buck is almost a relief that at least one of them is worried about quality being a big issue when it comes to summer blockbusters.On to the movie then!: Chris Evans is back as the star spangled Avenger. When we first see Cap there’s been some time gap since the New York invasion and this story. Cap seems well adjusted into current times now and he’s basically running errands for Nick Fury on SHIELD and getting angry at all the details he’s not given about the missions on which he’s deployed. A new initiative for world security is about to be unleashed to the world courtesy of the organization and your american tax dollars. But something is not quite right in the eye of Nick Fury. As it usually happens when something smells fishy it’s because the shit is about to hit the fan. Enters, The Winter Soldier.
An urban legend when it comes to his back-story. The Winter Soldier it’s just a whisper who works his way in the grand scheme of things and the way the world is run by those who believe themselves in position of power. But for Captain America is just the lost soul of his old friend whom he believes he can save from damnation. With enemies on all sides it’s just up to him, The Black Widow and new-found ally Sam Wilson as The Falcon to unravel the big conspiracy and save the world again.
This film is awesome in all regards. As almost every Marvel film, this one is wonderfully cast, scripted, shot and edited. Consistency has become a great strength of this ongoing saga of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, even if the characters are showing new colors on their costumes. You can instantly recognize every character if you’ve seen the previous films and you’ll feel compelled to know who they are if you haven’t seen any of those movies. As always I really enjoyed the trip on this one and the post credit scenes are a big surprise. On a side note just this week I found out that Chris Evans is just signed to do three more appearances as Cap (Cap 3 and Avengers 2 & 3) Could a replacement be worked with Sebastian Stan taking the mantle?. I didn’t think so until I watched this film today, he’s just that good this time around  (plus he’s got a 9 picture deal and so far only has done 2 of ‘em)
Captain America: The Winter Soldier is a must for anybody. It’s parts political thriller, action film and spy film. All rolled into one. And I hope you guys enjoy it as much as I did. 

So I Just Watched… Captain America: The Winter Soldier (Marvel Studios, 2014) 

It’s just me or the wait between Marvel films is agonizingly long? That’s what you feel when you have a company very self conscious about the quality of the product they put out to the public. Don’t get me wrong I know these movies in the end is just about the business and how much money they can make, but when you see most of the crap Hollywood puts out these days for a quick buck is almost a relief that at least one of them is worried about quality being a big issue when it comes to summer blockbusters.

On to the movie then!: Chris Evans is back as the star spangled Avenger. When we first see Cap there’s been some time gap since the New York invasion and this story. Cap seems well adjusted into current times now and he’s basically running errands for Nick Fury on SHIELD and getting angry at all the details he’s not given about the missions on which he’s deployed. A new initiative for world security is about to be unleashed to the world courtesy of the organization and your american tax dollars. But something is not quite right in the eye of Nick Fury. As it usually happens when something smells fishy it’s because the shit is about to hit the fan. Enters, The Winter Soldier.

An urban legend when it comes to his back-story. The Winter Soldier it’s just a whisper who works his way in the grand scheme of things and the way the world is run by those who believe themselves in position of power. But for Captain America is just the lost soul of his old friend whom he believes he can save from damnation. With enemies on all sides it’s just up to him, The Black Widow and new-found ally Sam Wilson as The Falcon to unravel the big conspiracy and save the world again.

This film is awesome in all regards. As almost every Marvel film, this one is wonderfully cast, scripted, shot and edited. Consistency has become a great strength of this ongoing saga of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, even if the characters are showing new colors on their costumes. You can instantly recognize every character if you’ve seen the previous films and you’ll feel compelled to know who they are if you haven’t seen any of those movies. As always I really enjoyed the trip on this one and the post credit scenes are a big surprise. On a side note just this week I found out that Chris Evans is just signed to do three more appearances as Cap (Cap 3 and Avengers 2 & 3) Could a replacement be worked with Sebastian Stan taking the mantle?. I didn’t think so until I watched this film today, he’s just that good this time around  (plus he’s got a 9 picture deal and so far only has done 2 of ‘em)

Captain America: The Winter Soldier is a must for anybody. It’s parts political thriller, action film and spy film. All rolled into one. And I hope you guys enjoy it as much as I did. 

Superman // artwork by Jim Lee, Scott Williams and Gat Melvyn (2011)

Superman // artwork by Jim LeeScott Williams and Gat Melvyn (2011)

Captain America: The Winter Soldier: Promotional Posters // released by Marvel Studios (2014)

Every poster for the upcoming Captain America: The Winter Soldier. This movie opens today in here, so I promise a fair review by the end of the day!

TMNT - First Trailer // by Paramount Pictures (2014)

For the full story of this release click here.

The Avengers // artwork by Werther Dell’Edera and Giovanna Niro (2014)