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Fozzy Whittaker channels Captain America

Here’s a cool story about Cleveland Browns running back Fozzy Whittaker who is definitely a serious Captain America fanboy.

University of Texas football coach Mack Brown chuckles at the memory of his starting tailback Fozzy Whittaker ambling across campus with a Captain America backpack strapped across his shoulders.

“He didn’t care whether people made fun of him,” Brown said. “Fozzy is who he is and he’s very proud of it.”

The Browns running back-kick returner owns Captain America figurines, Captain America T-shirts, Captain America gloves and socks, Captain America boxers and briefs, Captain America costume and shield.

The rest of the article goes on to explain how Fozzy became a huge comic book character fan through his mother. It’s an inspirational story. The video above was filmed when Fozzy was still playing for the San Diego Chargers and goes into his collection of Captain America memorabilia and other items.

Classic Lynda Carter as Wonder Woman sporting a swimsuit

Here’s a totally cheesy but still very sexy montage of Lynda Carter as Wonder Woman, with a scene of her in a swimsuit on the beach. Lynda Carter had an amazing figure and she’ll always be the standard for judging actresses to take on the Wonder Woman role. Enjoy!

Also, you can get a poster of Lynda Carter as Wonder Woman on AllPosters.com!

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“Game of Thrones” at Comic-Con

John Bradley, who plays Samwell Tarly in HBO’s “Game of Thrones,” talks about what Season 4.

Olivia Munn as Princess Leia

Olivia Munn posted this cool cosplay photo where she’s dressed up as Princess Leia. Too bad she didn’t do the bikini scene!

Good reviews for “Man of Steel”

Man of Steel

Bullz-Eye.com’s Jason Zingale likes this Superman reboot:

The best thing about “Man of Steel,” however, is the action. The fight scenes are lightning fast and brutal, really playing up the superhuman angle of the Kryptonians in a way that’s never been done before. Though there are only a handful of action sequences in the movie, all but one of them is outstanding, especially the fight between Superman and two of Zod’s soldiers in the streets of Smallville, which, despite some disgustingly blatant product placement, delivers everything that you’d expect from a modern day Superman film. The big finale is a little too generic and blockbustery for its own good, but by that point, “Man of Steel” had already won me over. It’s not quite as groundbreaking as what Nolan achieved with “Batman Begins,” but considering Warner’s recent track record with DC Comics characters, it’s a massive and incredibly enjoyable step in the right direction.

Not all critics love it but you can review all of them on Rotten Tomatoes.