Here we have a look at Captain America: The Winter Soldier. Two years after the events of The Avengers, Steve Rogers is living in Washington, D.C., struggling to adapt to contemporary society. Steve gets pulled back in after a S.H.I.E.L.D. compatriot is assailed. He teams up with the Black Widow and even recruit the aid of the Falcon as they end up going up against the Winter Soldier. Look for the ninth installment in the Marvel Cinematic Universe to release in April 2014.
There’s currently a lot of excitement around the Brooklyn Nets. They now call the Barclays Center home, a $1 Billion arena we got to experience this past weekend for the team’s season opener. Not only did the Nets win, but they did it less than a week after one of the most devastating storms hit the region. As we were exiting, everyone was handed a copy of BrooklynKnight #1, a 32-page comic book written by Jason Aaron and illustrated by Mike Deodato. Who is the BrooklynKnight, you ask? Well, according to both Marvel Entertainment and the Brooklyn Nets, the new mascot and NBA’s first super hero is the “protector of Brooklyn’s hometown team, defender of New York’s largest and most courageous borough, and ruler of Barclays Center.” Though we were lucky enough to get a copy of #1, fans at the November 11 home game against the Orlando Magic can expect a limited edition BrooklynKnight trading card courtesy of Marvel Custom Solutions and the Brooklyn Nets.
The collaboration between SILLY THING founder TK and Marvel Comics has given birth to this non-traditional Iron Man which gives Tony Stark a gunmetal finish and a blue heart. The collab is scheduled to drop in the states in July 2009.
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