Steven Rogers (Earth-982) from Last Hero Standing Vol 1 1 cover.jpeg
Real Name
Steven Rogers
Current Alias
Captain America
Aliases
Steve Rogers, Cap
Affiliation
Status
Living Status
Identity
Citizenship
Marital Status
Occupation
Adventurer
Characteristics
Gender
Eyes

Irises:

Hair
Origin
Origin
Human enhanced by the Super-Soldier Serum after he volunteered to be the subject of and was the first success of an experimental Super-Soldier Serum developed by the U.S. Army and became Captain America.
Reality
Place of Birth
Creators and Appearances
First Appearance
Appearance of Death

History

Steve's life was the same as his Earth-616 counterpart up until the point in the Clone Saga during which Mary Jane Watson went into labor early. Captain America led the original Avengers on a mission to stop an invasion from the militant and fascist Earth-9907, which claimed the lives of the majority of the team. He stayed behind to aid the rebels in that reality, thus adding to the list of the dead / missing-in-action. The next iteration of the Avengers aided him in this reality[1], when the Avengers left this reality he gave American Dream the shield that belonged to that universe's Captain America. Steve and Thunderstrike then later returned to their home reality to aid in the fight against Seth.[2]

Captain America was beginning to see his abilities wane due to his advancing age and was fatally injured leading a group of young heroes in battle against the Norse god Loki. Thor used his powers to transform Captain America into a new star as he was dying.[3] Galactus later stated that the new star the Captain had become was the key to his escaping his world-devouring hunger and attempted to use him to create a new universe where he would ascend from his hunger before being defeated.[3]

Powers and Abilities

Powers

Seemingly those of the Steven Rogers of Earth-616.

Abilities

Seemingly those of the Steven Rogers of Earth-616.

Physical Strength

He can bench press 1200 lbs.

Paraphernalia

Equipment

Cap's fire-retardant costume incorporates kevlar body armor as well as a chain mail shirt composed of light-weight Duralumin.

Weapons

Captain America's Shield

See Also

Links and References

Footnotes

  1. A-Next #10-11
  2. Spider-Girl #59
  3. 3.0 3.1 Last Hero Standing #1-5 Cite error: Invalid <ref> tag; name "5-5" defined multiple times with different content
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