If the movie won't be enough to satisfy your Winter Soldier needs this summer, pick up 'Bitter March' in... February.
Source: USA Today
Captain America: The Winter Soldier will be out in theaters this April, and early next year you'll be able to keep yourself busy with newly announced mini-series: The Winter Soldier: Bitter March. The story will be set as a spy-thriller in 1966.
Two Nazi scientists have developed a top-secret formula that could potentially win the Cold War, and they’ve fallen into the hands of the evil organization Hydra. S.H.I.E.L.D. sends in secret agents Nick Fury and Ran Shen to collect the scientists, but the Soviets have plans for them, too, opening the “Red Room” and unleashing their own version of Captain America, the enigmatic Winter Soldier.
The miniseries Winter Soldier: The Bitter March sets up future events that will "shatter" the world of Steve Rogers in the pages of Captain America next year, says writer Rick Remender. "At the same time, it is a love letter to (early-period) 007 and Jim Steranko S.H.I.E.L.D. comics.
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