Tags : Captain America

Mondo Gallery Presents: The Comic Art of Francesco Francavilla

Over the last decade, comics culture has returned to the forefront of both pop culture and entertainment. The two major heavyweights, Marvel and DC, have launched their television and cinematic universes, while comic publishers across the board have also seen success through various forms of media and products, from The Walking Dead dominating cable TV […]Read More

Nerdlocker Movie Review – Captain America: Civil War

“With a solid plot, incredible performances from their entire roster (including a few new faces), and some of the best action ever filmed, Marvel Studios has unleashed arguably their best film to date.” There’s a large consensus among superhero film lovers that you cannot be a fan of both Marvel and DC films.  It’s frustratingly […]Read More

Grey Matter Art Presents Captain America: The Winter Soldier by

Grey Matter Art is back with some more Marvel awesomeness! Check out their first foray with artist Alexander Iaccarino as he tackles Captain America: The Winter Soldier. Check out the final results for yourself: Captain America: The Winter Soldier – Regular Artist: Alexander Iaccarino Size: 24″ x 36″ Edition Size: 225 Price: $45.00 Printed by: […]Read More

Marvel Announces Phase 3! Civil War, Ragnarok, & So Much

We’ve been dooped with “announcements” from third parties before, but this time, the news came straight from the lips of Kevin Fiege at their mystery event today at the El Capitan Theatre in Los Angeles. The Marvel Studios Preseident announced eight films to begin trickling out in 2016 and the audience must have gone absolutely […]Read More

Nerdlocker has coverage of 2014 C2E2 Expo

Coverage by our friend and Chicagoan Ray Till. It is that time of year again in Chicago. Time for the Chicago Comic and Entertainment Expo A.K.A. C2E2. C2E2 has been an Expo since 2010 run by ReedPOP. These are the people that also run New York Comic Con, Star Wars Celebration, UFC Fan Expo and […]Read More

Mike Mitchell x Marvel x Mondo Portrait Gallery

Hello there True Believers! Mondo has teamed up with Marvel Entertainment and artist extraordinaire Mike Mitchell to bring us the coolest superhero team-up this side of the AGE OF ULTRON! Walking through the gallery we saw a combination of his Just Like Us and portraits which included fan favorites like Hawkeye, Thor, Spider-Man, Mysterio, Venom, […]Read More

Captain America: The Winter Soldier

Marvel seems all over the place with their cinematic universe as far as style of film goes. Joss Whedon’s The Avengers certainly broke records but Iron Man 3 didn’t seem to shoot for the stars and I didn’t appreciate some of the shortcuts taken. Thor: The Dark World was impressive for being big, loud, and […]Read More

Fantastic Fail?

  It looks like 20th Century Fox still hasn’t learned anything from it’s previous movie messes at all. After the almost comical debut of the Empire magazine covers featuring a preview of the characters in the upcoming X-Men: Days of Future Past, we now have more news about the studios attempt at re-booting the Fantastic Four […]Read More

Wizard World Austin Comic Con 2013 Photo Gallery

I had the chance to attend Wizard World Austin Comic Con this past weekend and I have to say I was blown away to see how big it has grown since the first time it came to Austin. I saw so many celebrities there including William Shatner, Kelly Hu, Giancarlo Esposito, Stan Lee, Norman Reedus, […]Read More

And The Winner Of The 2011 Mondo Bracket Is…

Congratulations go to Tyler Stout for having his Kill Bill print being voted as the 2011 Mondo Fan Favorite Print!     Drew Struzan’s Frankenstein put up a hell of a fight, but at the end of the day, a majority of the fans decided to give their vote to Tyler Stout for arguably one […]Read More

Check Out Who Advanced To The Sweet 16 In The

VOTING FOR THE SWEET 16 IS NOW LIVE. YOU CAN PLACE YOUR VOTES FOR YOUR FAVORITE PRINTS HERE! And then there were 16… To anyone who has been collecting prints for a while, I would guess that most of you would have been able to predict with great accuracy who would end up advancing to […]Read More

Black Superheroes – Part 1: Trailblazers (Marvel)

In honor of Black History Month, we at Nerdlocker would like to explore the portrayal of black characters as superheroes in comics. I will be the first to admit that my own personal knowledge of many of these heroes is extremely limited, so I had to do a lot of research. And I never realized […]Read More

The Nerd Vault: X-Men vs. Avengers

There is nothing like perusing the shelves of your favorite comic store searching for the latest issue of your favorite title. Avengers are fighting X-Men. The dead are still walking. Batgirl is a redhead again. Exciting indeed. Might I suggest to you, however, that after you’ve picked out your latest faves, venture to the back […]Read More

Captain America, Where Are All the Nazis?

Most nerds would agree that Captain America: The First Avenger was the most promising of all the superhero films coming out this summer.  I personally have always enjoyed Cap as a character.  His costume is classic and his shield is a lot of fun to throw. (By the way, go out and buy the Frisbee […]Read More

Captain America: First Avenger Theatrical Trailer In HD!

Well here it is, the theatrical trailer for Captain America: First Avenger! This looks like an absolutely wonderful action flick and as far I can tell, pretty true to the source material (minus Nazis.) Quit reading this blurb, watch the trailer already and then leave us a comment telling us what you think about it!Read More

Exclusive First Look At Red Skull from Captain America: First

Earlier today we posted the first trailer for Captain America: First Avenger that aired during the Super Bowl. In case you missed it, there was a millisecond in which Red Skull veered his red, veiny head for the very first time! As you can see from the image above, Hugo Weaving went the prosthetic look […]Read More