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a comprehensive unofficial fan-made Captain America
(synopses, comments, classics, upcoming comics),
and MUCH more about Marvel Comics' Captain America
The New Cap Soars!
November 17, 2014
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ALL-NEW CAPTAIN AMERICA #1 came out this week and if you can bear to see Cap with wings without laughing then this series is for you! The new series by Rick Remender and Stuart Immonen looks pretty cool! There’s also CAPTAIN AMERICA AND THE MIGHTY AVENGERS #1, a mouthful of title for a new series which ties into the AXIS crossover!
And speaking of the current mega-event, we also have AXIS #5 where the bad Avengers including new Captain America and original Thor spring a trap on all the other Avengers in a bid for world domination! But they’d better watch out for the bad X-Men!
Comics Library: Recent Additions
Synopses and comments were written recently for the following comic books in the Comics Library:
Superhero statues and busts are a very good choice for investing in the superhero theme.
In time, they always appreciate.
Besides getting a good return from your investment, you will enjoy seeing the sculpture while you own it.
And you can always keep it.
A fine example of a great sculpture for collecting purposes is shown below:
Dragon Models Avengers Captain America Vignette Action Figure
from the Manufacturer:
From Dragon Models! Dragon Models and DART (Dragon Advanced Research & Technology) are excited to introduce our latest innovation in 3D technology, Marvel Avengers "Action Hero Vignettes" in 1/9 scale. Pre-painted and with just the snap of a few parts, you can have a highly detailed desktop display of your favorite Avenger! Developed in 3D, using official data from Marvel, Captain America is highly detailed and accurate and is capable of taking dynamic poses on its diorama base. A hybrid between a display figure and a kit, Dragon brings you the best of both worlds. The use of model kit techniques allow us reproduce the intricate details and sharp lines to maximize the usage of the official 3D character scans. The use of the static display concept ensures that there are no cooling lines on the torsos and no visible ball joints that are prominent in most "action" figures. Additionally, the figures are set in a Marvel suggested pose so that the body portions won't be deformed when the pos