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    Who really was Captain America, the man of the shield? Steve Rogers who later becomes known as Captain America goes through a transformation of being an ordinary man to becoming a well known super hero who saves the world from it’s ultimate demise. We will see the transformation of this man as he changes in Captain America the first Avenger. Steve rogers who will later on become know as Captain America lived in New York during the time of World War II. Steve rogers’ parents served in the army and both were killed in action his mother was a nurse, and Steve’s father was a soldier. Steve tried enlisting in the army five times and was rejected because rogers was a sickly man of only about ninety pounds. On steves sixth try Dr. Abraham Erskine who represented the strategic scientific research for the United States gives him a chance to become a soldier and serve in the United States army. Later on steve is asked by Dr. Erskine to be the first volunteer for a serum that was created by Dr.…

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    Captain America Civil War

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    Civil War is the largest (to date) production in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. It divides The Avengers against each other by forcing them to take sides either in agreement with the Sokovia Accords or against them. The Sokovia Accords are an act to register all enhanced humans, restrict use of their powers and control their missions. This is in response to multiple incident’s where collateral damage left thousands dead. Captain America and those that agree with him are against signing the act,…

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    The Best Avenger “If they hurt you hurt em back. If they kill you walk it off.” - Captain America. This quote is another way of saying be tough and never give up. Captain America’s real name is Steven or “Steve” Rogers he specializes in speed, intelligence, and strength abilities. He has mastered martial arts, Captain America was one of the finest combatants Earth had ever known. Captain America is the greatest avenger of all time because he is strong and has an adamantium vibranium alloy…

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    Captain America and Iron Man circle hesitantly, ready for a fight. Punches are thrown; Iron Man’s suit is activated; Captain America flings his mighty shield about. But this fight is different for them. Instead of fighting a common enemy, they are fighting each other. In Captain America: Civil War the Avengers break apart as a team, due to different views for the future of their career. Iron Man and Captain America lead the two sides. Although Captain America and Iron Man are similar in many…

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    29, 2015 Captain America is a 1940s hero as he reflects the U.S. at it’s most patriotic time. Captain America symbolizes the American patriotism by his clothes with his red, white, blue colors and stripes with stars. Captain America was created to be an enemy against Germany which made him loved by fans in America. Jack Kirby and Joe Simon are the writers of Captain America. Jack Kirby was born on April 29, 1917, in New York City, NY. Joe Simon was born on October 11, 1913. Joe Simon started…

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    American Moral by Captain America Comic book characters can represent more than just a hero and a villain in a story, they can represent the ideals and culture from which the comics originate from. Within the superhero world, cultural freedom, tolerance, and diversity are integrated to define public image and the ideas that are to be projected in the particular context (Arnaudo, 65). One particular superhero that is important in representing the American culture is Captain America. He…

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    Throughout the comic, Captain America and his team believe that the government shouldn’t have a say in the way they are run because it limits their ability to do good. On the other hand, Iron Man and his team believe that they should be regulated by the government and elected officials. The Civil War demonstrates what happens when a society is stripped of their civil liberties. In the today’s society we are facing the same problem that the Avengers are facing in the comic, some people want…

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    “Sometimes I Want to Punch You in Your Perfect [Movie]” Captain America: Civil War is more than just another superhero movie. It’s more than a two-and-a-half-hour special effects smorgasbord/fanboy wet dream (although it is that too). It’s more than Captain America vs Iron Man. Captain America: Civil War is a consequence. A consequence of almost a decade’s worth of films and the events that have spanned them. For years, the Marvel Cinematic Universe has existed under the assumption that the…

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    Hercules and Captain America come from different eras. They are similar in some ways and different in a lot of ways. Hercules is a demi-god and Captain America is a science experiment. Although, they are different characters, Hercules and Captain America can be compared by their past and by what they are capable of. Captain America is a Marvel character. He is a part of S.H.I.E.L.D with many other super heroes. Captain America’s power is his strength and his shield. His shield is made out of…

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    are now in the mood to watch a movie. What movie do you watch? Captain America: Civil War is your movie, it is the top superhero movie that has been around since superhero movies started coming out. A plethora of great superhero movies have similarities, but this movie sets itself apart from all the other superhero movies. Captain America and Iron Man have split up into their own teams both wanting the best for the Avengers, and they want to come to a subtle agreement; however it takes a turn…

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