Captain America ‘Captain America: The Winter Soldier’ Teaser Poster written by Sean Gerber July 9, 2013 Marvel is kicking off the San Diego Comic Con festivities a little early by unveiling the first teaser poster for next April’s “Captain America: The Winter Soldier.” The poster showcases a battered, scratched, and faded Captain America shield, suggesting the Stars and Stripes may not shine as bright in the sequel that has been described as a political thriller. ‘Captain America: The Winter Soldier’ Teaser Poster was last modified: February 22nd, 2016 by Sean Gerber Related Captain America: The Winter Soldier 5 comments 0 Facebook Twitter Google + Pinterest Sean Gerber Sean Gerber is the founder and editor-in-chief of Modern Myth Media. When he's not writing here, you can catch him as the host of Popular Opinion Podcast, Batman News, and Marvel News! previous post ‘The Dark Knight Trilogy: Ultimate Collector’s Edition’ Officially Announced next post ‘Guardians of the Galaxy’ Is Shaping Up Nicely … You may also like Marvel Sets CAPTAIN AMERICA 2 for April... April 5, 2012 As The Release Date Turns- CAPTAIN AMERICA... April 9, 2014 Making Mine Marvel CAPTAIN AMERICA: THE FIRST... April 8, 2015 CAPTAIN AMERICA: CIVIL WAR Gives Marvel Another... May 9, 2016 Hot Toys Soars With Falcon! May 13, 2014 New Details And Crossbones From CAPTAIN AMERICA:... February 22, 2016 CAPTAIN AMERICA: CIVIL WAR Writers Explain The... April 11, 2016 CAPTAIN AMERICA- First Clip Released & Tickets... March 6, 2014 Marvel’s CAPTAIN AMERICA: CIVIL WAR Trailer Hits... November 24, 2015 CAPTAIN AMERICA: THE WINTER SOLDIER Review March 21, 2014 Naes As long as Scarlet Johanssen is in it, I’ll be there. Jared Lidgerwood I doubt that the tone will vary all that much. He might just get a little more beaten down. I’m looking forward to it though. It should be good. I mean, every Marvel Studios movie has been good so far, so why should we expect it to end now? Michael Lalaian As much as I loved “Iron Man 3” and am looking forward to “Thor: The Dark World,” 2014 is where it is at for me. Of all the Marvel characters to get a solo film, Cap’s my favorite so I’m eagerly looking forward to this, as well as the wild card that is “Guardians of the Galaxy” (“The Amazing Spider-Man 2” and the odd curiosity that is “Days of Future Past” coming out the same year is a nice bonus). However, I also just realized that 2014 will be the first time in ten years, and thus the first time in the MMM Superhero Recap and Awards Spectacular’s history, where there won’t be a single live action DC feature film released in theaters. With all the excitement around a potential DC Cinematic Universe coming as a result of “Man of Steel”‘s success, is it a little bit of a wet blanket to suddenly get a year where nothing is happening? Being a Marvel fan historically, 2014 looks great to me, but I’m wondering how people who lean more DC feel about it. Adrian Well, if it leads to something good in the end then it won’t be too much of a waste. That said, it’s all the fault of Warner Bros. and their lack of announcements and a plan. Hell, all that’s come after the Man of Steel success is the leaving of Legendary Pictures and Jeff Robinov. To be fair, Warner Bros. has never announced anything aside from Man of Steel. Even the rumor of a Justice League film in 2015 was just that: a rumor. While people can be frustrated by their lack of activity compared to Marvel’s, it’s not like they’re out there promising things and not backing them up in any way. I will not be surprised in the least if they announce anything at Comic-Con beyond Man of Steel 2. I just don’t have faith that they care as much as Disney does. As the Gentlemen point out a lot, it’s not necessary for Warner Bros. to do DC films. They’re fine without them. Stock I really liked the first Cap film, no matter where it ranks among the grosses in comic book movies. It had a feel reminiscent of those great 80s films like Raiders, (which it actually had the Red Skull reference in the beginning). And speaking of the Skull, he was, IMO the best comic book villain since Ledger’s Joker. Maybe a little mustache twirling, but, you know…fun. But I do get a little worried when I see a title like Winter Soldier. I know its a comic book storyline which I’m not familiar with, so can’t comment on, but Winter Soldier as a identifier has absolutely awful American connotations, on all sides of a particularly dividing issue for this country. Don’t expect that to be missed by those who aren’t enamored of that name. I’d have to guess that’s why Cap’s shield doesn’t look so great in this poster.