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Avengers Buddies Bucky and Rocket get an Adorable Nendoroid Figure

Avengers Buddies Bucky and Rocket get an Adorable Nendoroid Figure

Avengers best buds Bucky and Rocket have an adorable new nendoroid figure up for preorder from Good Smile Company. The figures come with multiple interchangeable parts, including hands and faceplates, a Wakanda base, and a ton of weaponry. Not cheap at $80, but look at how crazy cute this thing is! This one can be […]

Has Bucky Barnes Turned to the Dark Side? Next Week's Winter Soldier #5

Has Bucky Barnes Turned to the Dark Side? Next Week’s Winter Soldier #5

In the previous issue of Winter Soldier, Bucky Barnes confronted the deadbeat father of RJ after learning that RJ may have been working with Hydra to bring his son back under their control. RJ, a petty criminal, tried to throw a punch, and he ended up slipping and breaking his neck. Obviously, this isn’t going […]

Winter Soldier #1 Review: Bucky’s Got a Brand New (Boring) Bag

SUMMARY: Writer: Kyle Higgins, Artist: Rod Reis, Letterer: VC’s Clayton Cowles,Associate Editor: Alanna Smith, Editor Tom Brevoort, Varant Covers: Bill Sienkiewicz; Butch Guice & Frank D’Armata, Publisher: Marvel Comics, Release Date: Out Now, Price: $3.99. This new Winter Soldier mini (by my count the sixth WS series in the last 7 years) seems focused on […]

BC Figure History Thursday: Winter Soldier!

Welcome to Figure History Thursday! Every Thursday, we will be going over the history of a character’s toy history, with a focus on action figures. Some characters have many toys made in their image, some only a few. Us collectors like to have them all, but sometimes it can be hard to know what is […]

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Bucky Barnes Avengers: Infinity War Hot Toys Release Coming in 2019

Bucky Barnes, formally the Winter Soldier, then the White Wolf, and now a pile of ash in the wind, is the latest figure form Avengers: Infinity War to be released by Hot Toys. Featuring a tailored outfit, two left arms (metal or turning to ash), interchangeable hands, a machine gun, a dagger, and a figure […]

A New Winter Soldier Comic Launches in December by Kyle Higgins and Rod Reis

Bucky Barnes is returning in his own 5-issue mini-series this holiday season from the superstar creative team of Kyle Higgins and Rod Reis. Marvel revealed the news in a press release, which starts off pretty presumptuously: You know his name. You know the things he’s done. What if this is our first time reading a […]

Sebastian Stan’s [Complicated] Relationship with Winter Soldier’s Arm

Sebastian Stan has lived with the character of Bucky Barnes since Captain America: The First Avenger film in 2011, eventually becoming The Winter Soldier. With that evolution came one of the signature pieces of MCU tech/weapons/costumes, Winter Soldier’s arm. Is an MCU hero/villain ‘only as good as his (or her) weapon’, or is the object merely an […]

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Infinity War Wave 2 Funko Pops Include Groot, Bucky, Eitri, and More!

Infinity War is now available to watch on digital platforms in the comfort of your own home, and now Funko has announced their second wave of Pops in support of the film. Way smaller than that initial wave, this one will contain five new Pops, and no exclusives! Well, almost. There is one. All five […]

Captain America #1 cover by Alex Ross

Captain America #1 Review: Promising New Chapter for the Legend

A prisoner is broken out of a Hydra transport in Russia, and the ensuing fight leaves none of the Hydra agents alive. Back in the States, an armed terrorist group modeled after Nuke attacks in Washington D.C. Captain America and the Winter Soldier answer this threat, saving as many lives as they can. However, even […]

Exiles #3 cover by David Marquez and Justin Ponsor

Exiles #3 Review: Li’l Wolvie and Valkyrie, Friends Forever

The Exiles land on a world full of less-than-happy sentient dinosaurs before arriving on another psychedelic world with a pair of surprisingly familiar faces. After this detour, they arrive on an Earth still experiencing World War II, and Peggy Carter is Captain America with her partner, Becky. The Red Skull is enacting his final gambit […]

Tales of Suspense #104 cover by Yasmine Putri

Tales of Suspense #104 Review: Attack of the Ballerinas

Black Widow is commended and made a leader of this iteration of the Red Room for her apparent assassination of both Hawkeye and the Winter Soldier. Of course, both Clint and Bucky have survived and, after escaping the safe room they were left trapped within, return to their hunt for Natasha. However, Black Widow has […]


Black Widow Tales of Suspense #103 cover by Andrea Sorrentino

Tales of Suspense #103 Review: What Has Black Widow Been Up To?

Black Widow is still alive. She’s working for the Red Room again. How did this happen? What has she been doing? What does this have to do with the resurfacing of Yelena Belova and the other mysterious events happening around the Winter Soldier and Hawkeye? Tales of Suspense #103 departs from following Hawkeye and Winter Soldier […]

Tales of Suspense #102 cover by Yasmine Putri

Tales of Suspense #102 Review: Poor Plotting, but the Chemistry Saves it

Tales of Suspense #102 kicks off with the Winter Solider and Hawkeye taking former Black Widow Yelena Belova back to her apartment for interrogation. Once the questioning proves unfruitful, they tail her to her next location. Things don’t go as planned, though. Clint and Bucky must chase down other leads to discover if Natasha Romanoff […]

Tales of Suspense #101 cover by Andrea Sorrentino

Tales of Suspense #101 Review: Great Character Interactions and High Action

Tales of Suspense #101 opens with the Winter Soldier and Hawkeye narrowly survive an explosion. Clint thinks it was the work of the Black Widow. Bucky doesn’t believe it. The two return to New York and link up with an old S.H.I.E.L.D contact who verifies that there is another player in the spy game taking […]

Tales of Suspense #100 cover by Marco Checchetto

Tales of Suspense #100 Review: The Bromance to Die for

Clint Barton is following a ghost. Former Hydra agents and generally bad people have wound up dead. The kills and the targets point to one person: Natasha Romanova, aka the Black Widow. As is the Hawkeye way, this has led Clint into trouble. He’s run afoul of those same bad people and wound up in […]

What Jack Kirby Means To A Comic Fan, Critic, And Aspiring Creator

On August 28th, 1917, Jacob Kurtzberg was born in Manhattan. He was born to a pair of Austrian Jewish immigrants. He took to drawing quickly, starting in comic strips in 1936, and, in 1940, he teamed up with Joe Simon to create Captain America and Bucky Barnes. It’s weird to think that a man born […]

Why Marvel Should Bring Back The Thunderbolts

Jim Zub, Jon Malin, and Matt Yackey’s Thunderbolts is one of the best comics to come out in recent years. There, I said it. It’s the truth. Here we have a comic that perfectly balanced character and action, perfectly understood the characters and the spirit of the team, and had some of the most endearing […]

Here Are The Marvel Funko SDCC 2017 Exclusives!

Funko has been revealing their SDCC 2017 exclusives every other day this week, and following the Star Wars and Scott Pilgrim announcements earlier, today they brought out the Marvel big guns. As far as selection, these are great exclusives, especially since most of them are going to be shared with retailers outside of the convention […]