Captain America: A Little Help #1

Captain America: A Little Help (2011) #1

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Zach McKenzie’s mom is getting married again, his grades are slipping, his girlfriend left him, and his father is gone. When he begins to think the worst, Zach gets a visit from Captain America that just might set him back on track.
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Arapopy1967
Arapopy1967

Hi! For information: here in Brazil there is a service called CVV (Center de Valorização da Vida), suicide prevention, but mainly to listen to people distressed and sad. To learn more, visit: www.cvv.org.br. Thanks

ScarlettElektra007
ScarlettElektra007

I highly agree. I was on the brink of contemplation of suicide and this helped. It is not stupid at all. Very helpful.

cferretti
cferretti

That remind me of another story about suicide, spiderman was looking for the brother of a dying friend, that needed kidney transplant, and found him when he was about to suicide. The message is the same here: you are not worthless while you can still help someone. This is a pretty powerful story, without all the corky talking and stuff. Just great.

flashox
flashox

I appreciate the message, but the delivery needed a little more polish. Why were Cap and five dozen Hydra agents on the top of THAT building? Wouldn't Cap make sure the boy was OK, or wouldn't he even just thank him in person? It seems really cocky of Cap to assume a thumbs up would replace, "Thank you, son, for almost killing yourself to help me. By the way, why are you up here on the roof of this dangerously tall building?"That being said, good job.

DaSkeptik
DaSkeptik

You guys can sing its praise all you want but it seemed....dull to me. But I'll chalk that up to inexperience on my part.Don't get me wrong the story is solid. Even I can see that. It just seemed like..."meh" to me. But like I said earlier its probably too deep for me.

Sarvella
Sarvella

Wow. There is such much expressed in this comic...and with so few words. Hope is a Hero.

julio_p_83
julio_p_83

Very good.Cool how they plugged the national suicide number.

Superpoo
Superpoo

MARVEL, Your my superhero.....

rickyphoenix
rickyphoenix

Delivering a message this powerful with no words...great job.

artful_mark
artful_mark

Way To Go, CAP! Way To Go Marvel Universe. Love, Mark Campbell, Norman, Oklahoma...