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Marvel's Newest Villain Wears Captain America-Themed Iron Man Armor

Alex Ross' cover for Captain America/Iron Man #4 shows the heroes facing off against a villain wearing the armor worn by Hydra Cap in Secret Empire.

Captain America and Iron Man are about to face off against a foe that combines the greatest strengths of both heroes.

Two of the most powerful Avengers are due for a team-up in the pages of Captain America/Iron Man, a five-issue miniseries written by Derek Landy with art by Angel Unzueta. The series picks up where Falcon and the Winter Soldier left off, as a young woman named Veronica Eden makes her play to become the leader of Hydra, prompting Steve and Tony to track her down before she can amass her own army. The journey will see the pair cross paths with many sinister villains from the Marvel Universe, including one notable armor that both heroes would rather see left behind -- Hydra Cap. This iron-clad Hydra Cap appears on the cover of Captain America/Iron Man #4, drawn by Alex Ross.

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  • Secrets, lies and sinister motivations! Tony and Steve must form an uneasy alliance with their treacherous enemies in order to survive an assault by a swarm of Myrmidon-class killer robots, as the Paladins — the team of eager new super heroes — find themselves in way over their heads when they go up against the Overseer. Long live the New Tech!
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Hydra Cap was a variant of Steve Rogers from another world who tricked the inhabitants of the Marvel Universe into thinking he was the real deal. The character was featured prominently in Secret Empire, where he donned a suit of green and gold Iron Man-like armor that represented his allegiance to Hydra. The villain was ultimately defeated by Steve Rogers and later was seemingly killed during Ta-Nehisi Coates' Captain America run. However, the cover for February's Captain America/Iron Man #4 seems to tease that Hydra Cap's legacy will live on, as the two heroes are shown fighting against an unknown combatant in the armor. Marvel's solicit text for the issue also mentions that the pair will be going up against the Overseer, a scientist who hails from the planet Spyre, home of the Human Torch's wife, Sky.

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The ghosts of Steve Rogers's past have haunted the hero throughout the past year, forcing Captain America to confront his complicated legacy. Cap recently fought against the horrifying return of his original villain, who was trying to ruin the perception of America itself. Joined by the likes of Bucky Barnes, Sam Wilson and John Walker, Steve assembled a team of Captains America to save the day, but it wasn't without its costs. Despite his victory, the conflict left Steve with questions about his value as a hero and if the price of freedom was worth the pain of war.

Cap's cry for help couldn't come at a worse time for Tony Stark, who has been plagued by his own share of problems of late. Recently, Tony assembled a group of heroes to venture into space and stop Michael Korvac from regaining his cosmic powers. The misfit team arrived too late though and Korvac became an intergalactic threat once more, forcing Tony to make a power-play of his own and become an Iron God by stepping through a gateway into the unknown. Now wielding more power than he has ever had before, Tony Stark looks to become his own worst enemy in the year to come, as he fights his inner demons on a quest to protect the planet.

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Captain America vs. Iron Man: The Psychology of Civil War

CSPP Professor and founder of Superhero Therapy Janina Scarlet contributed to the book Captain America vs. Iron Man: Freedom, Security, Psychology which includes a forward written by Stan Lee. In the book, she explores the psychological makeup of both characters, and I sat down with her to discuss how their backgrounds affect the dynamics of the new movie Captain America: Civil War.

Background

The movie pits Captain America, Steve Rodgers, against Iron Man, Tony Stark, in a battle for the perceived greater good. After causing disastrous amounts of collateral damage, the Avengers are called upon to report to the United Nations. A division emerges between the members, led by Iron Man, who agree that the team must bend to oversight and accountability; and the members, led by Captain America, who think that a bureaucratic world-government organization would cripple their ability to help when and where it is most needed. The divide is cemented when the winter soldier, and Captain America’s longtime best friend, Bucky Barnes returns, is framed for a bombing on the U.N., and is ultimately discovered to have been the one to murder Tony Stark’s parents.

Tony Stark/Iron Man

Tony Stark grew up in a fairly comfortable bubble, as a spoiled little ingrate. He lived a privileged and carefree life… until his parents were murdered. The tragic loss of his parents becomes a turning point. This trauma leads to Stark’s substance abuse disorder and leaves him with seemingly insurmountable loads of guilt.

When he gets kidnapped and implanted with the arc reactor, he sees a path to redemption, a way to save others and save himself. And whenever he fails to save others, or worse—feels like he is responsible for their deaths, he spirals down a path of guilt littered with empty bottles. He becomes a superhero with a deeply rooted sense of responsibility and holds himself to standards of perfection. It’s no surprise that the guilt from the lives lost in Sokovia binds him. When he is confronted by the woman from the state department about the loss of her son in Sokovia, he later presents a photo of the young man to the group as a martyr at their hands, making the case for Avengers oversight. For Tony Stark, every life that he blames himself for ending or failing to save is a cross he bears.

Surprised to learn of his noble profile, I told Dr. Scarlet that I always had the impression of Tony Stark as a brooding narcissist; she pointed out that he uses sarcasm and arrogance as a SHIELD and that even though it may be mechanical, Tony does have a heart.

His Greater Good

It’s clear that Tony is consumed by guilt over every death he feels is his fault, and in Iron Man 3 we clearly see that he is also suffering from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, so the anxiety of continuing with unsanctioned and possibly tragic battle campaigns and adding to his crown of thorns makes a clear case for his support of U.N. Oversight.

Steve Rogers/Captain America

In the opposing corner of the ring we have Steve Rogers. Captain America is the epitome of the “little guy,” the underdog.  Until the government transformed him into a superhuman, he was bullied, weak, and defenseless. What’s more the guy is 98 years old. He was born and lived the first decades of his life before the expansion of a world government and has a unique vantage point on the binding effects of bureaucratic red tape.

His Greater Good

Steve Rogers was trained, conditioned, and interred with a sense of duty. In his mind, the avengers must go where the defenseless need them most, not where the government deems fit to send them. The U.N. is not the “little guy” he wants to fight for. So it is clear why he opposes oversight and goes against Stark on this one.

Now enter the battle for redemption, loyalty, and vengeance

After being frozen for decades, Steve emerged in a different world. A world in which he eventually discovered that the only true remnant of his life was his friend Bucky, who is the Anna to his Elsa—he was also frozen—and they both emerged to find that everyone he knew was either dead or ancient and soon to be. They became each other’s only anchor in the new world.

The U.N. wants Bucky. He was framed and implicated in a bombing on the U.N. so Steve and pals take Bucky to protect him. Tony asks the U.N. to let him bring them in, in order to protect his friend Steve from annihilation at the hands of the U.N. But when Tony finds out that Bucky was programmed to kill his parents, all superhero hell breaks loose.

Unlike the original theme of a battle for the greater good, here we see each hero bowing to their origin stories. Tony fights to avenge the murder of his parents and Steve fights to save the one person he has left in his world.

In both battles— one for the greater good and one for their most deeply personal mission—each man is justified. Their personal psychological backgrounds, traumas and inspirations lay out very clear and very antithetical paths to what is right and what is just. In the end Captain America and Iron Man have no choice but to forsake each other and be true to man under the mask.

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Recent Developments:

Captain America fans have been a buzz since, in the graphic novel series, we see him stating “Hail, Hydra” and seemingly working as a double agent. To this Dr. Scarlet says “I hope that Marvel has a good reason for doing so, one where either Steve is really a spy for SHIELD, trying to find out more information about Hydra or one where he is brainwashed, as Bucky was. It would be devastating to Captain America fans if their hero really turned out to be a bad guy after all."

Take note, Marvel.

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Captain America/Iron Man scribe on getting Steve Rogers & Tony Stark to quit bickering & play nice

Two of Marvel’s biggest heroes are joining forces for a new comic miniseries event, and SYFY WIRE caught up with the writer behind the project to dig into why — and how — you team-up a couple of the publisher’s biggest heroes in Captain America/Iron Man.

The new miniseries hits shelves on Nov. 24 and is written by Derek Landy, with art from Ángel Unzueta and colors by Rachelle Rosenberg. The story kicks off with a prison break that brings the two heroes together, and ramps up when Steve Rogers and Tony Stark realize they share a connection with one particular prisoner now on the loose.

So what drove Landy to want to mash-up these two heroes? He says he took a deep dive into the Marvel omnibus editions reliving the history of heroes like Spider-Man, Thor, Fantastic Four, and the Avengers, rediscovering those worlds at his kitchen table to revisit those stories and history. What he found was that he didn’t know those old stories quite as well as he’d thought, which turned into the perfect primer for a throwback team-up for two Marvel greats.

“All of these stories that I technically knew, had absorbed by osmosis, or had just seen retold and reimagined down the line, I was now reading for myself,” he told SYFY WIRE. “I didn't know it at the time, as I made my way through the first Iron Man and Captain America adventures, but this was actually very diligent research I was conducting — and so when I got the chance to team up Tony and Steve I drew very heavily on all that stuff.”

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As for piecing the story together, Landy noted there’s “always the tightrope you’ve got to walk” when dealing with core members of the Avengers in a story. Namely, you have to nail the scope and focus for why it’s only about these two heroes, and where it fits into the larger Marvel universe.

“You've got to make the adventure big enough to make it worthwhile, but not so planet-worryingly huge that they're forced to call in the rest of the team,” Landy explained. “I reckon the key is to start off with a situation they can handle — in this case, a prison break — and then every issue increase the stakes until they're in too deep and it's just too late to call for reinforcements.”

Though fans familiar with Steve Rogers and Tony Stark’s relationship in stories like Civil War might expect the duo to be trading blows before the arc comes to an end, Landy said he found it more interesting to dig into what brings them together and makes them allies through decades of Marvel Comics history. Sure, they’ve butted heads, but they’re still founding members of the Avengers. They have to have a few things in common, right?

“The natural instinct for a writer would be to immediately put them at loggerheads. Nothing generates drama better than tension, after all,” Landy said. “But Tony just wants to protect people, and Steve is one of the kindest characters in comics, so I pretty much embraced the opportunity to step away from the tension and explore that friendship. It's funny, because when the miniseries was announced, there was quite a charmingly vocal element on Twitter who were all about the friendship. That confirmed to me that this approach was the right one.”

Landy noted these two heroes have decades of connections to mine, and even looking at their ongoing and recent Marvel Comics history, he found a through line to tell a story about two friends leaning on one another as they process their personal trauma with one of their few friends who can actually understand what they’ve been through.

“What people need to see right now is two old friends helping each other come to terms with some pretty major upheaval in each of their lives. Tony's still coming to terms with who he is ever since he returned, and Steve has unresolved issues from 'Secret Empire,'” he explained. “It's been bucketloads of fun coming up with ways of helping these two, and to see it all on the page — thanks to Ángel Unzueta's gorgeously precise artwork — is just an absolute thrill. I'm just hoping that, 60 years from now, someone will be sitting down at their kitchen table with a giant-sized omnibus, reading our story, and thinking to themselves, ‘How quaint!’”

Captain America/Iron Man is set for release on Nov. 24 from Marvel Comics.

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Quick Answer: With the Avengers divided between Steve and Tony, who is on Team Cap and who is on Team Iron Man? Falcon, Bucky, Hawkeye, Scarlet Witch, and Ant-Man all stand firmly with Steve, while Rhodes, Vision, Black Panther, and Spider-Man are with Iron Man. While some heroes have been driven by their loyalty to Steve and Tony, others are following their consciences or seeking revenge. Because both sides have valid points, there are no clear good guys and bad guys in this civil war.

In the month since Captain America‘s third installment was released, even those who aren’t Marvel devotees know that Captain America (Chris Evans) and Iron Man (Robert Downey, Jr.) have faced off. But that still leaves the other heroes left to duke it out in Captain America: Civil War (2016). Which team have these heroes chosen, and why? Which side should the viewer root for?

While there are many contributing factors behind the Avengers’ fracturing, there are two main ones that led to the split. The first is the signing of the accords, a document stating that the Avengers will no longer operate freely, but under the control of the United Nations. Captain America, A.K.A. Steve Rogers, and his team believe that superheroes should remain free to safeguard humanity without government influence, while Iron Man, A.K.A. Tony Stark, supports government oversight. The second factor is the issue of the Winter Soldier. Steve believes Bucky Barnes to be innocent, but Tony is less certain. The government demanding Bucky’s arrest provides some additional tension between the heroes. So why did each person choose the team they did?

TEAM CAP:


Chris Evans as Captain America

Sam Wilson/Falcon


Anthony Mackie as Falcon

Falcon’s decision to side with the Captain is no surprise. Sam Wilson met Steve back in Captain America: The Winter Soldier(2014), and the two have fought side by side ever since. Wilson is loyal, and on that principle alone, wouldn’t side with Tony.

Bucky Barnes/The Winter Soldier


Sebastian Stan as The Winter Soldier

Again, this is a fairly obvious choice. Bucky currently has a warrant out for his arrest, which Steve is trying to prevent from happening.

Clint Barton/Hawkeye


Jeremy Renner as Hawkeye

Hawkeye is also a hero driven by loyalty. Cap asked for a favor and Hawkeye came; it’s as simple as that. When asked about Clint’s reasons for joining Steve’s side, Jeremy Renner said, “Cap was the first guy who called. Let’s just get the job done so I can get home to the family.” Moreover, Cap makes a good point with the accords. If the heroes give up their freedom, they may not be able to step in when they’re needed most. When Hawkeye joined Cap’s team, however, fans wondered how it would affect the dynamic between Clint and Natasha, as they are on opposing sides. But the pair are still friends and acknowledge that it’s nothing personal.

Wanda Maximoff/Scarlet Witch


Elizabeth Olsen as Scarlet Witch

When deciding which team to join, Wanda considered the meaning and implications of the accords. She feels guilty about the destruction that both the accords and she herself have caused. Nonetheless, she agrees that if the heroes sign the accords, there’s a chance that only bad will come of it.

Scott Lang/Ant-Man


Paul Rudd as Ant-Man

The comedic relief in the film, this is Scott’s first opportunity to fight alongside the big Marvel players. Scott isn’t driven by loyalty as much as his peers. Rather, he was just in the right place at the right time. Falcon met Scott back in Ant-Man(2015) and now recruits him for help. Perhaps more than any other character, Scott is just genuinely happy to be involved and to meet Cap.

TEAM IRON MAN:


Robert Downey, Jr. as Iron Man

James Rhodes/War Machine


Don Cheadle as War Machine

As with Steve, Tony Stark has his own friends and loyal allies. Rhodes is one of those, and it was no surprise that he stuck by Tony’s side. He also thinks the accords are a good idea, and like Tony, thinks they should be kept in check to avoid further unnecessary destruction.

Natasha Romanoff/Black Widow


Scarlett Johansson as Black Widow

This was perhaps the most surprising decision to come out of the Avengers’ fission. Given Nat’s friendship with Steve, fans figured she was a shoo-in for Team Cap. But while that may be the case, she also believes the accords are a good idea. Like Tony, she knows that everyone needs to have someone watching over them. Though it’s true that the heroes have saved a lot of people, their actions have also killed many. While Natasha is loyal to Steve, she simply cannot ignore the truth.

Vision


Paul Bettany as Vision

Tony created Vision, and he was designed to maintain peace. Given that the accords are the most peaceable option, it’s unsurprising that Vision is standing on the side of his creator.

T’Challa/Black Panther


Chadwick Boseman as Black Panther

A new character to the Marvel movies, Black Panther’s allegiance to Tony isn’t determined by his belief in the accords. He wants to see the Winter Soldier, the man he believes killed his father, dead, and will do anything to quench that thirst for vengeance.

Peter Parker/Spider-Man


Tom Holland as Spider-Man

Tom Holland makes his first appearance as the latest iteration of Spidey, a fan favorite who’s thrilling to watch fight alongside an older guard of Marvel heroes. Still young, Peter Parker is recruited by Tony Stark himself. While Peter admires Captain and has no grudges against anyone, his reasoning for joining Team Iron Man is similar to that of Hawkeye joining Cap: Tony asked and he answered. After all, it would be pretty hard to say no to Iron Man.

So those are the teams. But what side should we, as fans, be on? The difficulty is that no side is inherently better than the other; each makes a solid argument for its case, and each makes sense. Tony wants peace, thinks the heroes should be kept in check, and wants to save Cap from prison for helping Bucky. But Steve isn’t ready to abandon his friend. In a film whose fighting factions aren’t black and white, maybe you’ll decide to go the way of Natasha Romanoff. She understands that it’s more than just Team Cap and Team Iron Man; both sides are worthy of support.

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  • A leaker who claims to know Marvel’s MCU Phase 4 plans going forward said that Iron Man, Captain America, and Black Widow would make an appearance in an upcoming movie in the most unexpected way.
  • The characters are either dead or retired in the main MCU timeline following the heartbreaking events in Avengers: Endgame.
  • There have been plenty of theories about how Tony Stark, Steve Rogers, and Natasha Romanoff can return to the MCU, although there’s no sign that Marvel is planning any sort of reunion.

Avengers: Endgame gave us the perfect ending to the Infinity Saga; there’s no question about it. Marvel’s huge gamble paid off, and the intertwined stories it crafted for over a decade turned Endgame into such a massive success. But the iconic superhero movie also robbed us of some of our favorite characters. Iron Man and Black Widow died, and Captain America retired. There’s no real way to bring them back to the MCU present day, although we could always see the heroes in cameos, flashbacks, and prequels.

There are theories on how to bring back to the MCU any Avengers, including Tony Stark, Steve Rogers, and Natasha Romanoff, and Phase 4 will open the door to that possibility. The multiverse will offer us various versions of our beloved superheroes, and Spider-Man 3 will be the first proof of that. Marvel would keep the Endgame legacy intact and still have Robert Downey Jr., Chris Evans, and Scarlett Johansson return to their iconic roles in Marvel adventures happening in the aftermath of Endgame. Only time will tell if Marvel and the actors will want to embark on such a journey. There are plenty of stories to be told until we’d get to meet a different version of Tony Stark hailing from a different reality if that’s ever happening. But a new leak tells us that Iron Man, Captain America, and Black Widow are about to return to the MCU in the most unexpected way, and it’s all happening sooner than we thought. Beware, some spoilers might follow below.

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A person who claims they have access to Marvel insiders who know what’s coming next posted plenty of details about all the upcoming MCU adventures on 4chan. We learned when Avengers 5 might launch, who the next Black Panther will be, and the title of Spider-Man 3. None of the information can be verified for the moment, so you should take everything with a grain of salt. But the same person has offered more details about what’s easily one of the most exciting films of Phase 4, Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness.

The leaker said that Scott Derrickson left the project because he didn’t want to have America Chavez (Xochitl Gomez) in it and wanted more horror and more villains than Marvel. Other than that, Sam Raimi’s Strange 2 that we’re getting will be pretty similar to what Derrickson would have helmed.

The leaker said that Miss America, Clea, and Drumm would be secondary supporting characters. It’s unclear who will play Clea and Drumm, but the roles have already been cast — Charlize Theron supposedly passed on Clea.

Evan Peters, who played Wanda’s brother in Age of Ultron and will return in WandaVision, is rumored to appear in Strange 2 as one of the villains. That’s hardly surprising, considering what we’ve heard about WandaVision so far. Mordo (Chiwetel Ejiofor) will also return, but he’s in the film just in the first 20-25 films. Notably absent from the leaker’s remarks are Christine Palmer (Rachel McAdams) and Wong (Benedict Wong).

The film will set up evil interdimensional beings like Dormammu joining forces with a different foe, the leaker said, without elaborating.

As for Scarlett Witch (Elizabeth Olsen), she’s expected to be the film’s second lead. The leaker doesn’t say she’s the villain of the sequel, as other leaks have claimed.

The film will offer “a lot” of multiverse cameos, without spoiling which these characters are — and yes, this is where the Avengers cameos might come into play. The leaker did say that Bruce Campbell will make a cameo, a rumor we’ve heard of before.

The Avengers who will appear in the film include Iron Man, Captain America, Hulk, Black Widow, Doctor Strange, Vision, and Falcon. But these versions will all be Zombie versions of the Avengers. That’s why Doctor Strange appears listed in this particular Avengers lineup. If this sounds familiar, that’s because we did see a What If…? trailer recently that offered us a look at a zombie Captain America.

The leaker did not reveal other details about these seemingly dead Avengers but said the zombie scene would be one of the two to three “jaw-dropping, terrifying but exciting action sequences” of Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness. On top of that, there’s one small crossover scene, which doesn’t sound surprising either. Strange 2 will be the final part of a story that starts in WandaVision and continues on Spider-Man 3. In fact, the same leaker did say that Benedict Cumberbatch will appear in the final episode of the upcoming Disney+ show, and we know he’ll have a role in Spider-Man 3. The leaker did address Strange’s presence in Spider-Man 3 as well, saying the character will be in the film for 8-12 minutes towards the end.

If this information is accurate, then we’ll indeed see Iron Man, original Captain America, and Black Widow again in the MCU much sooner than we’d have expected. Sadly, it won’t be the kind of reunion we wanted.

The leaker said in other comments that Marvel is looking at giving Raimi Strange 3, with Doctor Strange and Captain Marvel supposed to be the new faces of this storyline, just like Iron Man and Captain America were the faces of the MCU for the duration of the Infinity Saga.

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Captain America and Iron Man Team-Up for November Mini-Series

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Marvel's Newest Villain Wears Captain America-Themed Iron Man Armor

Alex Ross' cover for Captain America/Iron How to cancel amazon prime from phone #4 shows the heroes facing off against a villain wearing the armor worn by Hydra Cap in Secret Empire.

Captain America and Iron Man are about to face off against a foe that combines the greatest strengths of both heroes.

Two of the most powerful Avengers are due for a team-up in the pages of Captain America/Iron Man, a five-issue miniseries written by Derek Landy with art by Angel Unzueta. The series picks up where Falcon and the Winter Soldier left off, as a young woman named Veronica Eden makes her play to become the leader of Hydra, prompting Steve and Tony to track her down before she can amass her own army. The journey will see the pair cross paths with many sinister villains from the Marvel Universe, including one notable armor that both heroes would rather see left behind -- Hydra Cap. This iron-clad Hydra Cap appears on the cover of Captain America/Iron Man #4, drawn by Alex Ross.

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  • DEREK LANDY (W) • ANGEL UNZUETA (A) • Cover by ALEX ROSS
  • VARIANT COVER BY MAHMUD ASRAR
  • BLACK HISTORY MONTH VARIANT COVER BY JOSHUA "SWAY" SWABY
  • Secrets, lies and sinister motivations! Tony and Steve must form an uneasy alliance with their treacherous enemies in order to survive an assault by a swarm of Myrmidon-class killer robots, as the Paladins — the team of eager new super heroes — find themselves in way over their heads when they go up against the Overseer. Long live the New Tech!
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Hydra Cap was a variant of Steve Rogers from another world who tricked the inhabitants of the Marvel Universe into thinking he was the real deal. The character was featured prominently in Secret Empire, where he donned a suit of green and gold Iron Man-like armor that represented his allegiance to Hydra. The villain was ultimately defeated by Steve Rogers and later was seemingly killed during Ta-Nehisi Coates' Captain America run. However, the cover for February's Captain America/Iron Man #4 seems to tease that Iron man and captain america Cap's legacy will live on, as the two heroes are shown fighting against an unknown combatant in the armor. Marvel's solicit text for the issue also mentions that the pair will be going up against the Overseer, a scientist who hails from the planet Spyre, home of the Human Torch's wife, Sky.

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The ghosts of Steve Rogers's past have haunted the hero throughout the past year, forcing Captain America to confront his complicated legacy. Cap recently fought against the horrifying return of his original villain, who was trying to ruin the perception of America itself. Joined by the likes of Bucky Barnes, Sam Wilson and John Walker, Steve assembled a team of Captains America to save the day, but it iron man and captain america without its costs. Despite his victory, the conflict left Steve with questions about his value as a hero and if the price of freedom was worth the pain of war.

Cap's cry for help couldn't come at a worse time for Tony Stark, who has been plagued by his own share of problems of late. Recently, Tony assembled a group of heroes to venture into space and stop Michael Korvac from regaining his cosmic powers. The misfit team arrived too late though and Korvac became an intergalactic threat once more, forcing Tony to make a power-play of his own and become an Iron God by stepping through a gateway into the unknown. Now wielding more power than he has ever had before, Tony Stark looks to become his own worst enemy in the year to come, as he fights his inner demons on a quest to protect the planet.

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Iron Man & Iron man and captain america America: Heroes United

The best aspects of IRON MAN & CAPTAIN AMERICA: HEROES UNITED involve the action and the animation. The action is unrelenting from the very first minutes of the movie and does not stop until the very end. That alone keeps things interesting. The animation is quite incredible, especially in the way these fight scenes are represented. If this was all there was to the movie, it would still be enjoyable.

However, the dialogue and some of the story line aren't as strong. Some conversations are trite -- especially the scenes in which Captain America and Iron Man taunt each other in a cocky manner. The stor yline is confusing at times: We know Red Skull wants to conquer the world and has seriously fascist leanings, but the talk of "repulsor cannons" and other high-tech weaponry is needlessly complex, especially for young superhero fans. Also, the convenient arrival of (SPOILER ALERT) the Hulk seems a bit too easy. That being said, this movie is worth seeing for the gorgeous animation and the nonstop action; Iron Man and Captain America fans will find lots to enjoy.

Источник: https://www.commonsensemedia.org/movie-reviews/iron-man-captain-america-heroes-united

How ‘Captain America: Iron man and captain america War’ Turned Robert Downey Jr. Back Into a Teen

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Robert Downey Jr. returns as present-day Tony Stark in Disney and Marvel’s Captain America: Civil War, but Downey fans can expect to feel a surge of nostalgia when, in one flashback, he appears onscreen looking very much as he did in films from the ‘80s, like 1987’s Less Than Zero.

The teenage Tony Stark was created by artists at Lola VFX using the latest digital tricks. The company has earned a reputation for such work, having also “de-aged” Brad Pitt’s title character in iron man and captain america Curious Case of Benjamin Button (a film that won an Oscar for its visual effects). Marvel also employed the facility to create a younger version of Michael Douglas in last summer’s Ant-Man.

For the scene in Civil War, the process started during production with Downey performing the scene. “Instead of completely replacing the actor with a digital double, this method allowed us to retain the actor’s performance and nuances,” Trent Claus, visual effects supervisor at Lola VFX, tells The Hollywood Reporter. Then we began to adjust the on-set footage of Tony Stark through digital compositing.”

That process is akin to using Photoshop on a still image. Says Claus: “It is a similar process to Photoshop that uses some similar tools, but unlike Photoshop which is done on a single image, we have 24 frames per second of footage.

“Every feature of the face and body needed to be addressed in some fashion,” he says of the work that went into creating the youthful Tony. “One thing that happens to all of us is that the skin of the face gradually lowers in certain areas, and needs to be ‘lifted’ back to where it was at the age in question. But other changes are incredibly subtle, such as increase in the way light reflects off the sheen of the skin, a iron man and captain america in the appearance of tiny blood vessels under the surface of some parts of the face, or more blood flow in the cheeks giving them that familiar youthful ‘glow.’ “

De-aging a character by a span of 25-30 years can affect skin texture and complexion and can involve characteristics such as bone structure or posture, Claus explains. “Additionally, when working with the appearance of a well-known actor such as Robert Downey Jr., there is the added pressure of living up to the youthful appearance that audiences remember,” he says. “In this case, we analyzed footage of Mr. Downey at the approximate age that we wanted to target, which was around the time of the film Less Than Zero [when Downey was in his early 20s].”

The particular shot was also challenging because of its length and because it involved a close-up. Says Claus: “The shot was nearly 4,000 frames long, with Tony Stark turning from one side to the other multiple times, physically interacting with other actors, and the set itself, and moving closer to the camera for a very long, uninterrupted close-up.”

Claus and other VFX pros are increasingly being asked to employ such digital tricks. “Creatives are finding more and more uses for it. It allow actors to play earlier versions of themselves,” says Eric Barba, who was at Digital Domain when he served as the Oscar-winning VFX supervisor of Benjamin Button and who currently works at Industrial Light & Magic in Vancouver.

But such digital iron man and captain america isn’t being used only to allow an actor to play a character decades young than himself. There’s also what’s called “beauty” work — in effect, providing actors with digital facelifts — a practice many in Hollywood would prefer to keep secret. “The not-so-obvious examples are probably under confidentiality,” says Barba. “There are certain stars that you are not allowed to talk about when that type of work is done — maybe slimming a little bit or cleaning up some imperfections.”

“It’s much more common than anyone realizes; this is the extension of what’s done for magazine covers,” says research professor Paul Debevec, who leads the Graphics Lab at the University of Southern California’s Institute for Creative Technologies.

As digital technology has become more affordable, “if it’s a major actor, you can do that for every frame of a film,” adds Debevec, who also co-chairs the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences’ SciTech Council. “Of course one of the worries is that actors are going to have this Dorian Gray problem because the image that we have of them in the films is going to diverge further and further from the way that they look in real life. So they are going to have more trouble on the talk shows and on the red carpet, until those too can be touched up in real time with a yet-to-be invented technology.”

It’s not just about freshening up a face either. VFX techniques can also be used to create everything up to a full digital double of an actor. Those tend to be created for safety reasons, where a stunt would be either dangerous or simply impossible; or in the delicate situation of the death of an actor. Weta Digital undertook the task of completing Paul Walker’s performance in 2015’s Furious 7 after his unexpected death.

“That’s a whole other level of complexity,” Debevec explains. “It’s not a matter of digital makeup but actually re-creating a digital version of the person that is three-dimensional, animate-able and relight-able. [In these instances], if you can base it on facial scans, that’s the best thing to do.”

USC’s ICT has developed a light-stage system (a sphere of hundreds of LED lights that’s used to create a high-res, 3D scan) that has already been used to scan actors for films from Avatar to Gravity — Downey himself underwent such a scan when it looked as if he would be starring in Gravity. “We first scanned him for Gravity [before George Clooney was recast as Matt Kowalski], and the scan ended up getting used in Iron Man movies instead,” says Debevec.

ILM is using a facial-capture system called Medusa, which was developed by Disney Research in Zurich. “We have been putting it to use in production and helping them advance it,” says Barba.

Some productions now create 3D scans of lead actors as a matter of course. Explained VFX supervisor Scott Squires in a previous interview withTHR: “If there’s any inkling that you might need a scan, they scan the actor at the start of production. I’ve also heard of certain studios having actors scanned just as an archival thing.”

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Captain America/Iron Man scribe on getting Steve Rogers & Tony Stark to quit bickering & play nice

Two of Marvel’s biggest heroes are joining forces for a new comic miniseries event, and SYFY WIRE caught up with the writer behind the project to dig into why — and how — you team-up a couple of the publisher’s biggest heroes in Captain America/Iron Man.

The new miniseries hits shelves on Nov. 24 and is written by Derek Landy, with art from Ángel Unzueta and colors by Rachelle Rosenberg. The story kicks off with a prison break that brings the two heroes together, and ramps up when Steve Rogers and Tony Stark realize they share a connection with one particular prisoner now on the loose.

So what drove Landy to want to mash-up these two heroes? He says he took a deep dive into the Marvel omnibus editions reliving the history of heroes like Spider-Man, Thor, Fantastic Four, and the Avengers, rediscovering those worlds at his kitchen table to revisit those stories and history. What he found was that he didn’t know those old stories quite as well as he’d thought, which turned into the perfect primer for a throwback team-up for two Marvel greats.

“All of these stories that I technically knew, had absorbed by osmosis, or had just seen retold and reimagined down the line, I was now reading for myself,” he told SYFY WIRE. “I didn't know it at the time, as I made my way through the first Iron Man and Captain America adventures, but this was actually very diligent research I was conducting — and so when I got the chance to team up Tony and Steve I drew very heavily on all that stuff.”

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As for piecing the story together, Landy noted there’s “always the tightrope you’ve got to walk” when dealing with core members of the Avengers in a story. Namely, you have to nail the scope and focus for why it’s only about these two heroes, and where it fits into the larger Marvel universe.

“You've got to make the adventure big enough to make it worthwhile, but not so planet-worryingly huge that they're forced to call in the rest of the team,” Landy explained. “I reckon the key is to start off with a situation they can handle — in this case, a prison break — and then every issue increase the stakes until they're in too deep and it's just too late to call for reinforcements.”

Though fans familiar with Steve Rogers and Tony Stark’s relationship in stories like Civil War might expect the duo to be trading blows before the arc comes to an end, Landy said he found it more interesting to dig into what brings them together and makes them allies through decades of Marvel Comics history. Sure, they’ve butted heads, but they’re still founding members of the Avengers. They have to have a few things in common, right?

“The natural instinct iron man and captain america a writer would be to immediately put them at loggerheads. Nothing generates drama better than tension, after all,” Landy said. “But Tony just wants to protect people, and Steve is one of the kindest characters in comics, so I pretty much embraced the opportunity to step away from the tension and explore that friendship. It's funny, because when the miniseries was announced, there was quite a charmingly vocal element on Twitter who were all about the friendship. That confirmed to me that this approach was the right one.”

Landy noted these two heroes have decades of connections to mine, and even looking at their ongoing and recent Marvel Comics history, he found a through line to tell a story about two friends leaning on one another as they process their personal trauma with one of their few friends who can actually understand what they’ve been through.

“What people need to see right now is two old friends helping each other come to terms with some pretty major upheaval in each of their lives. Tony's still coming to terms with who he is ever since he returned, and Steve has unresolved issues from 'Secret Empire,'” he explained. “It's been bucketloads of fun coming up with ways of helping these two, and to see it all on the page — thanks to Ángel Unzueta's gorgeously precise artwork — is just an absolute thrill. I'm just hoping that, 60 years from now, someone will be sitting down at their kitchen table with a giant-sized omnibus, reading our story, and thinking to themselves, ‘How quaint!’”

Captain America/Iron Man is set for release on Nov. 24 from Marvel Comics.

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