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Quote1 I'm in better shape than the first time I wore the Godstone, but it takes constant focus to keep from going feral. I'm not fit to lead. This is your op. You've earned it. Quote2
-- Captain America src
 
Steven Rogers (Earth-19919) from Spider-Island Vol 1 1 001

as Spider-King

Captain America seemingly had the same history as his Earth-616 counterpart.

As Spider-King, he was one of the former superheroes who were sent to trap Resistance fighters at Horizon Labs. While the trap worked, the resistance fell into it on purpose; to rewrite the spiders DNA to remove Spider-Queen's control over them. For Steve, he was given the Godstone and transformed into a Man-Wolf.[1]

Joining the Resistance, Thompson tried to relieve control to Steve. However, Steve declined, saying the resistance was better in his hands.[2]

Steve took part in the resistance's assault on The Queen's Castle. He advocated killing Soria to free Manhattan.[3] Captain America watched as Flash and his symbiote sacrificed themselves to get Spider-Queen in position to get her killed by Stegron and his Dinosaurs.[4]

Days later, he became involved in the rebuilding of Avengers Tower and was present when Dino-Thor, the Thor Coprs representative of the Valley of Flame, came on behalf of God Emperor Doom to pick a new baron of Spider-Island. Steve and the rest of the reformed Avengers all voted Spider-Man.[4]

Powers

Seemingly those of the Steve Rogers of Earth-616 and those of John Jameson.

Abilities

Seemingly those of the Steve Rogers of Earth-616.

Weaknesses

Seemingly those of John Jameson.


Equipment

Seemingly those of the Steve Rogers of Earth-616.

Weapons

  • Unlike his 616 counterpart, Steve's was publicly known as Spider-King.[1]

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