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Captain America Archive
LEGO Marvel Super Heroes will be available beginning Fall 2013 with more than 100 unlockable characters from across the Marvel Universe.
Marvel has released this official cinematic timeline image for all of its Marvel Studios releases.
Marvel Comics has posted four teaser images for This is War, the assumed follow-up to its current Avengers vs. X-Men run.
Rob and Bryan try to figure out what DC’s media game plan is. Also, quick reviews of Prometheus and Snow White and the Huntsman.
Walt Disney Studios has announced the release date for Marvel Studios’ sequel to Captain America: The First Avenger.
Hosted by Stan Lee, the event features world television premieres of Captain America: The First Avenger & EPIX original documentary With Great Power: The Stan Lee Story.
Looking back on the movies of 2011, these are the Top 10 that stand above the rest.
Rob, Mike, and Bryan go over the geeky news for January 16, 2012.
Director Joss Whedon has said that The Avengers story will be told largely from the perspective of Steve Rogers aka Captain America.
Marvel Studios has revealed three new photos from The Avengers featuring Chris Evans as Captain America, Chris Hemsworth as Thor, and Iron Man flying through the city.
Here are the top ten moments that shaped 2011 in the world of comic books.
Watch the first trailer for Marvel’s The Avengers, in theaters May 4, 2012.
In this episode of How It Should Have Ended, we learn that Cap tends to be frigid when it comes to long-term relationships.
Rob and Matt sit down with Scott Herman from ScottHermanFitness.com and The Real World: Brooklyn.
Rob and Mike listen to Bryan’s tales of SDCC, read some great listener emails, and enter The Spoiler Room to discuss Captain America: The First Avenger.
Not the worst movie tie-in game to hit consoles, but not the best either.
Rob and Mike go over the history of the superhero box office to see if people are getting sick of superhero movies.