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style="color: rgb(153, 204, 0);">This Captain America figure
from the Hasbro booth at Comic Con gives you a good idea of what the
outfit looks like. target="_blank" href="http://twitter.com/Latinoreview">Photo by
Kellvin Chavez.


Whoever

came up with the announcement trailer for class="Apple-converted-space"> Captain

America: The First Avenger class="Apple-converted-space"> that

played at the end of Comic Con this year should get a big fat raise.
Perfectly
structured, the teaser created anticipation, truly teased
audiences
and then paid off with a quick, spectacular shot. Too bad it
was a
quick, spectacular shot of a Captain America costume that looked a

little… weird.

style="margin-top: 0px; margin-bottom: 0px;">The teaser opened

with a camera panning across the scratched yet shiny surface of Cap’s
shield.
Playing against the shield was footage from WWII, while FDR
spoke
on the soundtrack, talking about Pearl Harbor and the challenge
ahead.
In many ways the shield itself would have been a great teaser,
but
then it cut to a shot of the silhouette of Captain America, standing

in what looked like a warehouse. The crowd went nuts. And then another
flash,
this time of Cap in an action pose, flinging the shield right at
the
screen.