Lol. That's old Nomad... I like the later versions a bit better. As for Steve Rodgers: Super Soldier... I just dint get it. I stopped reading comics back when the original onslaught brought in Heroes reborn, if that helps, but did Steve Rodgers give up being Cap and now he's SS? Doesn't make much sense, its an old story line, why nit just stay Captain America? (me rambling) can't say I much like the idea of the Flacon being Captain America, but I guess I can't say too much on the subject and no I not going all "they ruined my childhood" on you.. Lol.
As for Norton Hulk he was not down with sharing the screen with others and that was why Marvel dropped him. There was no big multi deal movie contract at the time. I think he may have been the reason why they started the muti movie contracts. Yes Evens has one more on his but that's not to say he could be back but nit as Captain America? (you kind of proved that) As for Robert Downey Jr. He did have a multi contract but it ran out, so no he did not break any contracts, but he did leverage for better pay and I believe he's going movie by movie now due to that.
Your probably (99.9%) more in point with your Planet Hulk then me, but it is a probability...lol.. It is Hollywood after all. I just mentioned the Hulk because he's still a major player in the MCU even though he wont be getting another solo movie for quite sometime. Honestly I liked David Banna as the Hulk I just hated that movies way of treating the character.. But ultimately I think Rufolo (sorry for butchering the names) is a great Hulk.
Originally Posted by B8TINGU
At the end of Civil War (comics), Steve Rogers "dies." But really, he is just phased out of time/existence. And Bucky takes over being Cap. When they bring Steve Rogers back, he refuses to take back the role of Captain America, and leaves that to Bucky. He just goes by Steve Rogers. During this time, Norman Osbourn has taken over SHIELD from Tony Stark, and turned it into HAMMER. However, Steve and Bucky and the rest of the heroes discover his dark schemes, and out him. He goes into hiding, and the combined nations give Rogers control of SHIELD. This lasted until the Siege storyline, when Bucky is "killed" and Steve takes back on the role of Captain America. So, the Steve Rogers: Super Soldier and Steve Rogers: Director of SHIELD titles are from the last 5 years or so.
The current Nomad is pretty cool, though. Ian Rogers, the clone of Steve Rogers created by Arnim Zola to be Zola's son, but rescued and raised by Steve as his own son:
I am particularly excited for Strange's movie, as there are a lot of possibilities as far as tone and style are concerned. He's also a character that I would like to know more about, I've just never spent much time with his comics.