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Captain America: The Winter Soldier poster

Michael DeLaney

This is not the poster.

We don’t have it, but I’ll sure talk about it!

“When Captain America throws his mighty shield, all those who choose to oppose his shield must yield!”

Captain America: The Winter Soldier, the sequel to 2011’s Captain America: The First Avenger doesn’t hit theaters until spring 2014, but today Marvel Studios released the first teaser poster for the film.

Of course since we here at College News don’t have the rights to said image we can’t exactly show you the poster. You can find it in a number of other places, including the Facebook page for Captain America: The Winter Soldier.

The first official poster for the next Captain America film is of Captain America’s iconic shield. The image shows that the vibranium shield, indestructible though it may be, is in need of a paint job every now and then.

The title of Captain America: The Winter Soldier of course implies a lot for fans of the Captain America comic book series of the past decade. Written by comic book fantastico Ed Brubaker, the initial arc of his Captain America run detailed the Star-Spangled Avenger tracking down the shadowy KGB assassin the Winter Soldier, who turned out to be ………………..





Captain America’s sidekick Bucky Barnes! What may at first seem like a cheap stunt became the foundation for the most popular Captain America comic book runs in recent memory.

Bucky Barnes (played by Sebastian Stan) appeared in the first Captain America film not as a sidekick, but as a military sharpshooter and equal to young Steve Rogers. Poor Bucky fell to his “death” in that film, leaving the door wide open for his KGB-brainwashed return.

Not much else about Captain America: The Winter Soldier has been revealed besides the majority of its cast list. Returning in the title role is Chris Evans, as well as his The Avengers co-stars Samuel L. Jackson and Scarlett Johannson as Nick Fury and The Black Widow, respectively.

Veteran actor Robert Redford will be playing senior SHIELD advisor Alexander Pierce and The Hurt Locker co-star Anthony Mackie will be playing Captain America’s superhero colleague The Falcon.

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