Why the Turtle Van?
It’s a van toy that Ethan would have around.
So Ethan never got around to picking up the A-team van?
(That being said, the turtle van is probably more fun to draw.)
Ethan undoubtedly has the same attitude towards the A-Team van as he does the Van Helsing stuff that’s sat around as long as the A-Team stuff is bound to. It’s like bringing the most annoying parts of work home.
Teeeeechnically, Cap should be the one wearing the US Agent costume in that scenario.
Man, I’m envious. Been looking for Agent all over. I just love that they gave him the wacky radio-controlled shield from his time hunting down the Thunderbolts.
Not me. I had to buy that deluxe figure of Cap in that red armor just to get something that looks like Agent’s proper shield.
Didn’t know it was an actual Marvel Comics reference till I saw the TNI comments. I just thought it was about Peter Fonda’s character in Easy Rider, and thus if it had been me I would have set Cap on a chopper from BIKER MICE FROM MARS.
USAgent? Try the drug chains. I’ve seen him there.
My favorite part of that storyline is when Rogers goes around with the black costume calling himself “The Captain.”
Direct quote from the story: “That should be good as long as no one asks what I’m ‘captain’ of.”
US Agent is on Wally shelves all over Texas. Just sayin’.
I found him a week before street date at a books a million of all places!
Snapped him up quick fast in a hurry, also got Crossbones as well..and yeah I had to buy the delux Cap that came with the red and black shield so I’d have a “proper” Agent *L* I’m THAT nerdy about my Cap.
You can’t have Captain America give up / die / take a road trip NOW, a Democrat is president! You have to wait at least till 2013. Maybe 2017, depending on economy/how bad the presumptive next Republican candidate sucks.
And as a Republican… *shrug…* it’s looking like at least 2017, to me.
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