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Some of My Friends Read Comics 041 - Avengers: Under Siege

What happens when a bunch of Avengers villains band together to form The Masters of Evil? They take over Avengers Mansion of course! We take a look at a classic storyline by Roger Stern and John Buscema from the mid 80’s called Under Siege that ran in issues 270-277 (with a little underwater break in 272). 31 more words

Some Of My Friends Read Comics

Superhero Yearbook Episode 068

The Hero Initiative is the first-ever federally chartered not-for-profit corporation dedicated strictly to helping comic book creators in need. Hero creates a financial safety net for yesterdays’ creators who may need emergency medical aid, financial support for essentials of life, and an avenue back into paying work. 65 more words

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#2: Baron Helmut Zemo

Art by Marko Djurdjevic

Son of Nazi Officer Baron Heinrich Zemo, Helmut Zemo was raised to believe in the Nazi ideology of his father. After Heinrich was accidentally killed in battle with the Avengers, Helmut took on the identity of the Phoenix and attacked Captain America. 2,099 more words

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Ep 48 - Civil War

Pinkies up, readers! The topic of this week’s episodic discussion is the most Civil of Wars.

Won’t you please join Caitlin, Karen, and Liz as they deliberate on the successes, failures, and overall appeal of the newest Marvel Cinematic Universe motion picture, Captain America: Civil War. 129 more words

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Captain America: Steve Rogers #1: The controversy and what feels overlooked

Please note this is an opinion piece, I do not wish to annoy or anger anyone by putting my view on this subject forward.

So this evening, I finished reading the first issue of the new Captain America: Steve Rogers ongoing series. 1,397 more words

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Civil War: Which Side Was Right?

There are a lot of things to like about Captain America: Civil War, one of which is how it successfully portrays both sides of the superhero conflict in such a way that neither side appears to be completely right or wrong (at least from the perspective of the majority). 1,374 more words

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Captain America #100 Review

Printed in 1968, Captain America #100 was Cap’s first solo title in the modern Marvel Age. It concludes a story started back in Tales of Suspense #97 and features some of Cap’s soon-to-be iconic supporting… 1,668 more words

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