I am no longer a fan because they keep killing off my favorite characters and altering the timelines.
With introduction of news characters in United States of Captain America like Araon, Gomez, Nichelle and recently new one “ Ari Agbayani”. Thought curt to me that Marvel created a team similar to Bat-Family but with Captain and his support allies. Always felt that Cap was Marvel's Superman with Batman's family like with Sam, Bucky, John and Sharon. Imagine what if Marvel writers created a story that where Steve Rogers inspiration soon many people around the world and his decision on his assembled own new team and operations within there team without there fellow teammates acknowledging. Cap Team is allies with Guardian, Captain Britain (Betsy Braddock) and Red Guardian they part of subdivision group part of Cap Team. All Captain America Rogers friends and new allies all coming together and created new factions and all what they representation for.
Diamondback (Rachel Leighton)
Patriot (Rayshaun Lucas)
Iron Patriot (Toni Ho)
That is interesting story would like to read? What you’re all think?
In a fight against Thanos, which Cap would you prefer? John or Steve? Would you prefer the guy who wouldn't hesitate to give the iconic shield a taste of blood or would you prefer the guy who didn't tell the truth to his best friend? Also do you believe that John is better than Steve? Do you believe it is right for the shield to taste some blood? And remember, this isn't some C-grade villain like Crossbones where morality comes into play. This is Thanos. Who would you pick?
Captain America doesn't feel very.. "American" to me.
I mean don't get me wrong, Steve's a nice guy and all... But that's it. He feels like a generic great guy that could've come from France for all I know.
He just hasn't really made much of an impression on me as an American. That is, he hasn't had a whole lot of "American" moments. I mean sure, he's not different enough to be Captain China, or Captain Iraq, but I feel you could comfortably change his name to any other western democracy, and Steve would still fit.
What do you guys think?
Give a score outta 10
If you know mbti and its stuff what do you reckon of cap's personality type?both 616 and mcu
He is the only avenger i do not like. I think he is a bit of a goody-two shoes in the movies as well as in the comics sometimes.
What are your Opinions?
Hey everyone 😉
It’s been quite a while since I’ve garnered your thoughts on my personal team and, after a couple of roster changes, here is the newest incarnation 😌 Some old faces, some new faces, but your thoughts remain permanently invaluable.
1) Captain America (Steve)
2) Winter Soldier
5) Captain Marvel (Carol)
6) Blue Marvel
I love hearing any and all ideas, positive and negative, so feel free to share! You can’t hurt my feelings, I promise 😂👍🏻
Consider the following:
1) Does this team make sense? Relationally speaking?
2) What potential exists for inter-character dynamics, both good and bad?
3) What kind of team would you classify them as? Spec ops, All purpose, etc.
4) What kind of narrative arcs would interest you with this team?
5) Potential villains?
All comments are much appreciated, my Marvel family 😉
I have an obscure, minor detail type of comic question that I feel like only a Captain America comic book expert would know. I started catching up on some comics but it was a little bit ago, but in Captain America: Steve Rogers #15, before Secret Empire started, after Beast did the operation on Red Skull... was there ever an actually issue of Sin breaking Red Skull out of SHIELD custody or is it just mentioned in Captain America: Steve Rogers #15?
Imagine this three heroes who could make up a good version of Trinity and call it “Avengers:Triad?” (Didn’t know better name for it?). What you’re all think? It make a good comic series featuring with Captain America, The Punisher & Lady Sif? Are they good fit for stand In for Marvel: Trinity?
Captain American (Freedom and Shield)
The Punisher (War and Oppression)
Lady Sif (loyalty and Sword)
Alright time for round two, hopefully I get an answer this time lol.
Captain America and Doctor Strange.
Regular powers for both.
Current Doctor Strange and Captain America.
An infinite horde of monsters approaches, who lasts longest?
New York City.
In leu of Guy Fawks day, I figured maybe a fun battle.
Location: London tunnels
To death or KO
Standard equipment and levels
Start 10 feet from each other.
So before I began reading comics I was a big fan of the MCU. After watching Avengers Endgame I heard from many resources that the "hail Hydra" that cap said in the elevator scene was a call back to the comics were people found out cap was under the control of Hydra all the time. Can anyone tell me where to find this specific plotline/storyarc? Thanks in advance.
We already know that the Super Soldier Serums give people enchanced physiology like Captain America, Captain Hydra, Bucky Barnes, etc. My question is... what if a Super Soldier like the previously mentioned was turned into a vampire? Would that vampire be stronger than other newborn vampires?captain hydra