Yes, we've seen Captain America Civil War, so like any good web site, we're doing reviews. Before we get started, please note that reviews should always be considered one person's opinion. You should always weigh many opinions at once and determine for yourself if you should give a movie, or a book, a try. Also, while I'll try to avoid spoilers, I may inadvertently let a detail or two slip out. You have been warned.
There is a new Captain America: Civil War trailer out from Marvel. Among the various reveals, including shots of the heroes in actual battle, we get a reveal of Spider-Man in his Marvel Cinematic Universe costume, which doesn't look bad. If you don't want to be spoiled then don't go any further, but you know you want to see it. Go ahead.
Toys “R” Us Japan has posted up photos and info for the Captain America- Civil War – SH Figuarts Special Box Set. The exclusive set contains Captain America and Iron Man Mark 46 figures. The boxset also contains a special edition Marvel Comics; Avengers: Operation Hydra #1. The set will come in a special fold out packaging design, which holds the standard packaging for Captain America and Iron Man. The set will be priced at 11,499 Yen ($100- USD- give or take). It’s due for release in June. Check out the images below to this awesome boxset!
IGN has revealed several upcoming Captain America Civil War Legends toys. Just like with the previous movies, we will have a mix of 3.75 offerings in addition to the 6 inch Legends. Look for more images of these next month and who knows, maybe we will have a surprise or two as well. The following toys are shown below: Captain America Civil War Legends 3.75″ Captain America with motorcycle Falcon Captain America Civil War Legends 6″ Captain America Iron Man Mark 46 Black Panther Avengers Titans 12″ Black Widow Captain America Civil War Miniverse 2.5″ Face Off Play Set – Iron Man Armory Face Off Play Set -Captain America’s Bunker Falcon and War Machine 2-Pack Winter Soldier and Vision 2-Pack Captain America and Crossbones 2-Pack Hawkeye and Black Panther 2-Pack
Secret Wars, the last great Marvel Event, won't be finished until early next year and Marvel has announced the next great event, Civil War II. Is it meant to capitalize on the Captain America feature film arriving in May? Is it meant to distract that Secret Wars will end fourteen weeks behind schedule? Of course, we're not going to get any of these answers right now, as the news just hit.
While we all wait for Star Wars, we have something else to get excited about. Captain America: Civil War will be heating up theaters this coming May. Check out the first official trailer and double click it to get the full screen experience. This one is going to be rough.