The iconic farewell phrase by Steve Rogers of Marvel cinema finally reached the comic strips.
Avengers: Endgame left us with many iconic moments in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, such as the final battle against Thanos’ army, the sacrifice of Tony Stark and Captain America wielding the hammer, not forgetting old Steve Rogers giving up the mantle of Sentinel de la Libertad followed by his farewell from the Casa de las Ideas cinema.
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Speaking of that moment, you’ll remember that when Steve Rogers gives the shield to Sam Wilson, the former Falcon sees the wedding ring on Rogers’ hand, so Sam asks do you want to tell me about it?, to which Steve replies ” No… I think I won’t.”
This phrase from Steve Rogers has gone from celluloid to cartoons and made its debut in the pages of Captain America: Sentinel of Liberty #2 (July 2022), when one of Steve Rogers’ friends investigates a file through a cell phone. .
The young man feels sorry for not being able to do more to which Rogers thanks him for the effort he did with his phone, to which the young man tells Rogers to thank Tony Stark instead, to which Captain America replies “No… I think I won’t.”
This is the new series starring Steve Rogers as Captain America, and it’s the 10th the World War II hero has led in his Marvel history.
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The Winter Soldier arrives at SMASH and Marvel Comics Mexico
For more than 50 years, the Soviets employed a covert agent. An unstoppable, undetectable assassin known as the Winter Soldier—to assassinate key political figures in the West.
What is your identity? Bucky Barnes! Who was the partner of Captain America, who was thought to have been killed in the last days of World War II.
Now, Winter Soldier is back. He works under the ruthless General Lukin—who obtained the Cosmic Cube, a weapon with unlimited power that can alter reality.
SMASH and Marvel Comics Mexico bring you Captain America: The Winter Soldier, the Complete Collection, a story by Ed Brubaker that you cannot miss.
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