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le281162
le281162

he is the best soldier ever thanks for all you did cap

phischmo
phischmo

When I came back to recovery in July of 2013, I wore my C.A. graphic T (the concentric circles w/wht. star center) every day - I had dozens of the same one. I was riding my racing bicycle to all my meetings, averaging 3, some days 4 or 5 meetings a day. I eventually wound up attending 250 meetings in my first 90 days. I acquired the moniker 'Captain America' in the RANA area of Narcotics Anonymous. Having that moniker became an honor and pushed me to do feats beyond my peers in the program. I started pushing myself, weightlifting, creatine, whey protein and averaging 150 to 200 miles a week on the bike. I became known as a man who, if he gave you his word - he would keep it, he would show up to any and all commitments. I became active in the political body of this 12 step program. I created and still actively support two(2) NA meetings in my hometown area: Saturday Night Live and 1st Step Forward at the local homeless shelter. To this day I am drug free and still work circles around the 20-somethings I work with at the restaurant, where I'm a manager - and I'm 58 years old! I've said all this to make the point that super heroes are not just the stuff of comics - they are the precognitive vision of any person who so chooses to believe and then become the embodiment of that vision! YOU can be a Captain America, if you so choose. Yes, I take a regimen of vitamins and push myself physically - its hard work some days and I do it alone and without recognition or thanks some days, but it is all in the realm of possibility if you so desire... You just have to believe and then find the will within yourself to do so. The recovery community's greatest gift to me was first intended as a sneering joke, a cast off slur, because I wore comic book graphic T's, but they had no idea what the moniker would make me - I was proud to be called Captain America and have lived up to the name. Thank you Marvel Comics for helping me catch a vision for my life through this great character!

dsorace
dsorace

Captain all the way!

OXNARDM
OXNARDM

Okay, I don't like Remender's run, no secret. That I find his handling of the character and his stated dislike ("joyless") of Steve a complete misunderstanding, obvious. The removal of the Super Soldier Serum from Steve, impossible, its not a magic spell or potion, its genetic manipulation used to create a specific result, a man-made mutant, if you prefer.                                                      

I have recently came to the realization that this whole thing, since the 1st issue of his run, is nothing more than a mental projection designed to torture and incapacitate him. This torture is not being carried out by Zola, it is being carried out by the Red Skull, using abilities he gained from Charles Xavier's brain. 

 So, whoever takes this tile over,hopefully soon, can easily erase the last 2 years of the horror show and get back to someone, who actually understands the character and does not view him as a jingoistic tool of the government.

JackDeBerry
JackDeBerry

love captain America he's one of my fave marvel Characters.

MegaAwesomeSuperGuy
MegaAwesomeSuperGuy

This might sound racist, But i dont understand why theyre making him Black, Dont get me wrong im black too, But Seriously

captainamericaisme
captainamericaisme

never stop making comics and moviues about captain america ever hes amazing

edhaney
edhaney

@JackDeBerry I prefer the Steve Rogers version over any other. Bucky Barnes is a distant 2nd but far ahead of any other character that portrayed or allegedly (story line) portrayed Captain America.

edhaney
edhaney

@MegaAwesomeSuperGuy 

They aren't making him black. They are making him Barack Hussein Obama. Look at the last few comments in the recent comic. I never knew that Falcon was a Community Organizer. This is a sad attempt of left leaning artists to latch on to what's left of the sliding popularity of the current president.

I began reading Cap again during the death of Steve Rogers, after more then a decade away from comics. Captain America drew me back in. This attempt at political idiocy will drive me away.

RickSlot
RickSlot

@MegaAwesomeSuperGuy I don't think they are making him black, just his successor. He isn't less of a human because of that. In fact, he is not less anything because of that. Your tone suggest there may be something wrong with a black dude taking over white dude's business. Are you saying that blacks can't be CEO's? Leaders? Influencers?


See how fast this whole thing can escalate... I wish it wasn't so and I couldn't come up with an offended example so quickly. I really do think the color is not enough to differentiate between people and miss my black friends sometimes more than whites. They know value in together, whites know value in an iphone. Maybe Captain America should be black to bring Americans together and really feel the Blues of history. http://www.slotozilla.com/free-slots/captain-america a video for upcoming free slots game about him. 

OXNARDM
OXNARDM

@RickSlot @MegaAwesomeSuperGuy Got some guilt, there? You seem to reading a lot into a comment questioning a decision, that is (I assume) based on money, as well as the writer's stated, inability to connect with the character, calling writing him "joyless". If he doesn't like the character, why is he writing this book?

WolfieSmith
WolfieSmith

Mithras could certainly be a middle eastern super-hero fighting oppression and bringing order to the world. Whether he defends the order of imperialism imposed upon the planet by Rome or in today's world the USA would be up to Marvel. Whether Marvel's readers are ready to confront the imperialist nature of the USA's relationship with the rest of the planet and its use of its military might like Romans did two thousand years ago or not. Whereas Captain America was a super-hero for the height of American imperialism post-1945, Mithras could represent the new world, post-cold war in which globalization has become much more complex since 1991 and the collapse of the Soviet Union.

WolfieSmith
WolfieSmith

This is how the USA with the EU are forming the new world order post-1991. A world that serves the needs of globalized capital at a cost to the peoples and natural environment. Capital needs to grow at a rate of 3.0% per year for ever, the planet cannot support exponential growth for ever. Captain America represented the US world order, which includes the developed capitalist states of Europe. This world view has been in crises since the late 1970's, that's why the capitalist elite needed to move from a Keynesian model of capitalism to the post-welfare model of a neo-liberal economy and neo-conservative state, supra-state and global governance. Mithras could become the super-hero taking on corporate capitalism and the elite of big business and defender of the people and nature.