Captain America

Marvel Announce Another Huge Character Change

The Huffington Post UK | Posted 17.07.2014 | UK Entertainment

After revealing that Thor will be a woman in their new comics, Marvel have revealed that the new Captain America will be black. The company made t...

Captain America: The Winter Soldier - The Review

Roger Crow | Posted 27.05.2014 | UK Entertainment
Roger Crow

It certainly ticks all the boxes when it comes to epic set pieces and impressive visuals. Alas, after a while I tired of the blurry hand-to-hand combat, and was a little bored during the third act, which felt too much like the deafening heli-carrier battle from Avengers Assemble.

The Beginning of the End for the Superhero Film

Matt Clough | Posted 14.10.2013 | UK Entertainment
Matt Clough

Excluding The Avengers, only Iron Man has been granted a second and third film, with Thor getting his second outing later this year, but if Marvel's latest recruits are anything to go by, they're already reaching the bottom of the barrel in terms of big names with the traction to carry their own series.

This Girl Knows Her Marvel Comics

The Huffington Post UK | Posted 24.05.2013 | UK Comedy

We're pretty sure that headline is correct. Because little Mia Grace here really knows her Marvel comics. Nice work, Mia. You may well be our ne...

Chris Kerr: Making Clothes for the Modern Man in Soho

Jason Holmes | Posted 28.11.2012 | UK Style
Jason Holmes

Chris Kerr possesses an air of watchfulness, borne perhaps from looking out into Berwick Street from the cutting board which sits at the front of his Soho shop. The spectacles he wears are of heavy acetate, the navy suit fitted with little give, the whole look rounded off by black brogues and a metal watch.

Avengers Assemble: Tickets Selling Like Hot Cakes

The Huffington Post UK | Brogan Driscoll | Posted 27.04.2012 | UK Entertainment

Avengers Assemble, one of the most highly anticipated films to come out this year, has sold more pre-sale tickets than all previous Marvel films combi...

Like Sex With an Ex: Joss Whedon's Avengers Assemble

Oliver Warren | Posted 26.06.2012 | UK Entertainment
Oliver Warren

He wooed me with Buffy, committed to me with Angel and broke my heart with Firefly. Garnering the kind of devotion that you can only create by pumping yourself twice weekly into the homes of geeks, gays and feminists, Joss Whedon knows how to make a fanboy (or girl) out of anyone.

No Love for the British Superhero

Thom Atkinson | Posted 06.05.2012 | UK Entertainment
Thom Atkinson

We have our own Captain Britain. Created by British born comic book writer, Chris Claremont in 1976 and designed to uphold British laws in the same way Captain America held up the US moral highground, our own super-saviour (real name Brian Braddock) has never really been taken to the nation's heart.

Captain America Creator Joe Simon Dies

Posted 15.02.2012 | Home

Joe Simon, the comic book artist who brought the world Captain America, has died aged 98 at his home in New York after a brief illness. Simon was a...

The Avengers - and Robert Downey Jr. - looking good

Ben Falk | Posted 24.10.2011 | UK Entertainment
Ben Falk

Footage has leaked online from the Disney presentation in Anaheim a couple of days ago of the new Avengers movie - and fans are liking what they are s...

Captain America: The First Avenger- Marvel's Missed Opportunity

Jack Pelling | Posted 21.09.2011 | UK Entertainment
Jack Pelling

Nazis.  When it comes to baddies, you just can't beat 'em.  Marvel's third outing of the summer tells the story of Steve Rogers (Evans) , a sickly ...

Seven Star War Characters Who Deserve Their Own Feature Film

www.empireonline.com | Posted 21.09.2011 | UK Entertainment

This week saw Captain America's director, Joe Johnston, telling the press that he'd like to make a Star Wars spin-off centring around everyone's favou...

Curbing The Patriotism of Captain America: Is Hollywood Over-Sensitive?

Jack Pelling | Posted 03.09.2011 | UK Entertainment
Jack Pelling

During the Bush administration, aggressive foreign policy and what was perceived by many as imperial rhetoric inevitably saw much of the world's perception of America shift from the loveably inspiring, multi-cultural idealists to raging, flag-waving depots