Archive for the ‘Captain America’ Category

Daredevil is a character that I know a lot about. I find him very interesting, but apparently not enough to keep up on his monthly antics. Confession time: I’ve read very little of his adventures in print. Other than a good chunk of Frank Miller’s work on the character in the 80’s, I’ve only read “Guardian Devil”, Kevin Smith’s late-90’s re-invigorization of the titular red-clad hero. And yet, I know insane details about the character’s history, backstory and tertiary cast members simply because of how fascinating he is.

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Peggy Carter is a character who has had a long and, honestly, mostly forgotten history in comics. She first appeared as a World War 2 ally of Captain America’s, but within modern comics she’s better known as a relative to his frequent love interest, Sharon Carter. For decades, Peggy was a footnote in the history of the patriotic Avenger. That is, until Captain America: The First Avenger hit theatres and reintroduced the character to a brand new audience hungry for a strong female lead.
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It’s been a damn good year for comic book media. Perhaps the biggest advances have been in the realm of television. Once the black sheep of the entertainment industry, TV is now the go-to for intricately plotted, nuanced and serialized drama. Add to that the continuing dominance of comic book movies and it’s no surprise that countless properties continue to be optioned and adapted.
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