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  • Bucky Barnes

    American Japanese were being exterminated and held prisoner in their own nation, a community long known for its definement and subsequent exclusion of the Other. At the time of figure 2’s publication, the first group of Japanese-American prisoners in California internment camps were being dispersed across the nation to other holdings, deemed either a threat or to be incarcerated (Tamura). In this issue (figure 2), Bucky has a larger role, holding a semi-automatic gun and unloading rounds right into the heads of the Japanese soldiers. While there is no gore on these covers, it is clear that Captain America and Bucky Barnes are not just subduing the enemy like they had in the prior comic with the Nazi soldiers, but are systematically exterminating them like it’s a game. Whereas the Captain displays a serious expression, Bucky is seen smiling. From this, we can gather he is entertained by not the act of killing other people, but simply eliminating a pest; to Bucky and the audience, these are yellow monsters with fangs and slits for eyes like snakes, clearly not people like the Americans. Again, this effectively defines for others what they ought to aspire to be more like: the proof that popular culture, such as the wildly…

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  • Essay Of Jason Todd And Bucky Barnes

    This is a paper about two amazing comic book characters. Jason Todd and Bucky Barnes are often considered so similar that they might as well be the same character. Jason Todd is a DC character created in March 1983 as a sidekick for Batman to replace his first prodigy, Dick Grayson. Bucky Barnes is a Marvel character created in March 1941 as a sidekick for Captain America. The two boys share several critical personality traits, but overall are very different. In Life James Buchannan “Bucky”…

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  • The American Moral By Captain America

    film, Captain America is first shown to be loyal to his faith in himself, particularly when he constantly tries to enlist in the army because he believes that he is capable of doing good for the nation. This particular scene shows the loyalty to self and nation that American moral finds integral in it’s culture. Loyalty to one’s own belief is part of the American spirit, it is what makes American moral popular, Steve Rogers never wavers in his belief and this unwavering faith is what American…

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  • Creative Writing: The Winter Soldier's Horse

    The Winter Soldier’s horse shies away from the wind, sharp with a chill and damp that Bucky can no longer feel. The clouds gather hard upon the peaks of Sokovia, reeking of rain and worse to the vampire’s supernatural nose. A few stubborn leaves dangle from bare branches like decayed flesh clings to bone. Bucky sighs. “You coddle him,” his companion says. Bucky turns in his saddle. “That’s not what I was thinking.” Natasha snorts, a strange sound from a fellow blood drinker but that’s…

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  • Katelyn's Short Story: The Winter Soldier

    “Comfortable” and “small talk” were not two thing Katelyn usually related to one another, but it was an accurate description of what was happening. Hell, Katelyn didn’t even realise she was capable of uncomfortable small talk let alone comfortable small talk. But something about Bucky put her at ease. Chuckles and laughs were exchanged between the two of them as they joked about their dislikes of their names. Agents who were coming on and off the elevator were taken aback to see Katelyn smiling…

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  • Healthy Paws Pet Insurance

    member of your family and it would be embarrassing to have it being deprived of any medical care, for the simple reason that you can’t cover all the expenses. That’s why it is important to insurance your pet and we can’t emphasize it enough because a good insurance policy for your pet will prevent you from paying an expensive medical bill you didn’t plan for. Let us now tell you a short story. The story of Bucky a brave Doberman. Natalia Blanchard was a 30 years old single woman who owned a…

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  • Cute Butt Short Story

    She had not initially been keen on learning the antiquated Morse code just so she could communicate with her friend during the one hour of the day in which they were not permitted to speak to one another. That was, until she saw Bucky Barnes. Bucky Barnes and his stupid, cute butt. Curse him. Because (Y/N) was quite besotted and, unused to being so keenly interested in anyone, simply could not contain her enthusiasm for all the things she noticed about him. Like how his long brown hair…

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  • Tony Stark: A Real Hero

    I have a question for you. Who is your favorite MARVEL hero? There are many many heroes to choose from. Such heroes are in teams like the Avengers and Fantastic 4. Iron-man Iron-man is actually a billionaire named Tony Stark. He assembled a team called the Avengers. Many villains aren’t very fond of Tony such as Whiplash, Doctor Doom, Ultron, and a ton of others. Tony has built various types of armor to fight these villains, although it usually winds up destroyed or heavily damaged after each…

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  • Ant-Man And The Wasp: Movie Analysis

    on this mission). This film will introduce the Valkyries, who are the goddesses that choose the worthy fallen warriors from the battlefields to bring to Valhalla. Captain America: Civil War Captain America: Civil War stars Chris Evans and Robert Downey Jr., who came with a few surprises a few days ago on Jimmy Kimmel Live. Robert revealed the film’s first official poster, and Evans followed with the first full-length teaser trailer. In the opening of the trailer, Steve rogers and Sam Wilson…

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  • Compare And Contrast Superman And Batman

    Both of them have a third party who joins them in the climax, though where Wonder Woman gives interesting looks throughout, Black Panther brings an additional point of view to the plot and ends up being the only true hero. Both have heroes manipulated into fighting, but while Lex kidnaps Superman’s mom, Tony finds out Steve’s best friend kill his parents (and so Tony fights Bucky [and Steve] because he wants to, while Superman is doing it because he has to). Then there’s also BvS contorting…

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