Ed Brubaker has announced that effective with Winter Soldier #14, he’ll be leaving the book and Marvel Comics behind. Details here.
After eight years of writing it for Marvel Comics, Ed Brubaker is leaving Captain America. Details here.
After this site, and other comic book news sites, spoiled the ending to Fear Itself 7.1, Ed Brubaker took to Twitter to vent his rage. Read my response here.
In 2012, Bucky Barnes and Winter Soldier return to the Marvel Universe with a new ongoing series written by Ed Brubaker. Details (and spoilers) here.
Ed Brubaker and Sean Phillips will be reuniting in 2012 for their new Image Comics project; Fatale. See a three page preview and watch a video featuring Ed Brubaker right here.
It’s hard not to look at that image and immediately think, “Well, here we go. Bucky’s coming back.”
I know it seems like I cover a lot of Cap stuff, and I do, but hey, lately there’s been a lot to cover. For example, earlier today, Captain America writer Ed Brubaker announced, via Twitter, that November’s Fear Itself #7.1 is going to be extremely important concerning his next year of Captain America storytelling. But don’t just take my word for it. Here it is from the man himself:
Is Bucky Barnes still alive? Based on the some official Marvel Comics info, it appears that he might be.
Nick Naro talks about the relaunching of Captain America, just in time for Cap’s new movie.
While not a comprehensive list, here is a list of 25 comic industry people you should be following on Twitter.