Brand New Costume For Captain America: The Winter Soldier Revealed, As Well As New Set Photos And Concept Art

The release of Iron Man 3 is nearly just two weeks away from us, and while it's really been getting most of the spotlight, who can forget the other two sequels Marvel has planned for us in the next two years. We haven't heard of much from Marvel's Captain America sequel Captain America: The Winter Soldier other than it's cast which includes the returning cast members Chris Evans, Sebastian Stan (Bucky/Winter Soldier), Samuel L. Jackson (Nick Fury), Cobie Smulders (Maria Hill), and Scarlett Johansson (Black Widow), as well as new comers Anthony Mackie (Pain And Gain), Emily VanCamp (Revenge),  Robert Redford (The Sting), and Frank Grillo (Warrior) among others. But today that changes as we have the first released still from the movie, along with the all new suit Cap will be wearing in the sequel along with Falcon and Winter Soldier's suits, and the first set photos of Chris Evans and Scarlett Johansson from the film.

I'm going to star off with the all new concept art for Cap's suit in the sequel, which to many fan's surprise strays a way from the classic red white and blue striped uniform we've seen in the First Avenger and The Avengers. I am glad that they've brought his costume back to the more soldier type equipment rather from the First Avenger rather than the pajama looking one we saw in him sport in The Avengers.
The suits definitely much more reminiscent to a modern day version of his World War II suit, and fit well with more 'political thriller' description the film's been given. The costume as bares striking resemblance to the one Steve Roger's wore during the Secret Avengers storyline of the comics where he no longer dawned the mantle of Captain America but rather that of Commander Steve Rogers without his mask. While it seems much too soon for any Secret Avengers or Commander Steve Rogers storylines to be included in The Winter Soldier, it may be hitting at a future adaption of that incarnation of Steve Rogers in the MCU.
Now Marvel has also released some new concept art for Captain America: The Winter Soldier which includes our first look at Falcon (Played by Anthony Mackie), and the revived Bucky Barnes (Played by Sebastian Stan) now as the Winter Soldier. The Falcon costume is obviously going for a much more modern approach very similar to the Ultimate comics suit he wears, rather than his classic (And pretty corny) red and white suit from the original comics. As for Winter Soldier, he seems to be pretty much a direct adaption of his comic incarnation costume wise with the exception of the domino mask he usually wears now being replaced by a practically full face mask. The mask is very reminiscent of Harry Osborn's New Goblin mask in Spider-Man 3 which is a pretty odd direction to take it in, although maybe it's really meant to keep the identity of Winter Soldier realistically concealed from Steve. Take a look at the concept art below:
And lastly are the first set photos showing us Scarlett Johansson as Natasha Rominoff/Black Widow and Chris Evans suited up as Cap. So far from what we know of the movie it will be taking place in Washington DC and following the Winter Soldier comic storyline, and S.H.I.E.L.D. will be heavily involved in the the film hence the inclusion of Black Widow, Nick Fury, Maria Hill, Sam Wilson/Falcon, Sharon Carter, and the recent casting of Robert Redford as Agent Alexander Pierce. We also know that Winter Soldier will not be the only enemy Cap and company will be facing as Frank Grillo is set to play Crossbones in the film. But these recent set photos supports rumors that Black Widow will be the second main lead in the film, which  makes sense due to her past as an agent for the Soviet Union and Winter Soldier himself. If this turns out to be true, it would seem Captain America: The Winter Soldier will be the only Marvel sequel closely related to The Avengers in comparison to Iron Man 3 and Thor: The Dark World which seem to be more independent stories. Check out the set photos below:
So what do you think of the set photos and concept art from Captain America: The Winter Soldier? Are you happy with Cap's new suit?