History ComicBook / CaptainAmerica

1st Dec '16 2:05:35 AM rafi
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* BattleCry: AvengersAssemble! Technically it's for anyone on the Avengers, but usually it's Cap saying it.

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AvengersAssemble! Technically it's for anyone on the Avengers, but usually it's Cap saying it.



* DatingCatwoman: Diamondback

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* DatingCatwoman: DiamondbackCapitan America and Diamondback, who reformed in part because of his influence.



* DisguisedAsAWoman: CaptainAmerica and Paladin engage in one of the least convincing examples ever recorded when they have to pass unnoticed through Superia's base filled with female supervillains. They simply take the costumes (which, incidentally, are skintight) of two defeated villains and put them on, with no further attempt at disguise, trusting that the presence of a number of BrawnHilda types among Superia's followers will be enough to deflect suspicion. [[CrazyEnoughToWork It works!]].

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* DisguisedAsAWoman: CaptainAmerica Captain America and Paladin engage in one of the least convincing examples ever recorded when they have to pass unnoticed through Superia's base filled with female supervillains. They simply take the costumes (which, incidentally, are skintight) of two defeated villains and put them on, with no further attempt at disguise, trusting that the presence of a number of BrawnHilda types among Superia's followers will be enough to deflect suspicion. [[CrazyEnoughToWork It works!]].
1st Dec '16 2:04:05 AM rafi
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* DisguisedAsAWoman: CaptainAmerica and Paladin engage in one of the least convincing examples ever recorded when they have to pass unnoticed through Superia's base filled with female supervillains. They simply take the costumes (which, incidentally, are skintight) of two defeated villains and put them on, with no further attempt at disguise, trusting that the presence of a number of BrawnHilda types among Superia's followers will be enough to deflect suspicion. [[CrazyEnoughToWork It works!]].
12th Nov '16 4:42:05 PM nombretomado
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* AwesomeMccoolname: A bit understated, but '''Steve Rogers'''. Does that sound like a character JohnWayne would play, or does that sound like a character JohnWayne would play?

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* AwesomeMccoolname: A bit understated, but '''Steve Rogers'''. Does that sound like a character JohnWayne Creator/JohnWayne would play, or does that sound like a character JohnWayne John Wayne would play?
3rd Nov '16 8:34:24 AM Kirayoshi
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* OneSteveLimit: Enforced lethally by the former [[ComicBook/{{Hydra}} Madame Hydra]] when she decided to take on the name Viper. She murdered the original Viper and took over the Serpent Squad.
2nd Nov '16 9:25:34 PM DustSnitch
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* BiggerBad: UsefulNotes/AdolfHitler during the [[UsefulNotes/TheGoldenAgeOfComicBooks Golden Age]].


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* GreaterScopeVillain: UsefulNotes/AdolfHitler during the [[UsefulNotes/TheGoldenAgeOfComicBooks Golden Age]].
8th Oct '16 1:26:01 PM DustSnitch
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In the ComicBook/UltimateMarvel universe, Captain America is still skinny Steve Rogers-turned buff superhero-turned poster boy for the war effort, but DarkerAndEdgier. He gets pulled out of the ocean in 2002 instead of 1963, thinks it's a Nazi trick, and breaks out of SHIELD's secure holding facility despite Bruce Banner's insistence that he shouldn't be able to move. Joining TheUltimates, Captain America proceeds to show everyone how to be a true {{Badass}}: dropping a tank on the ComicBook/IncredibleHulk, beating a 60-foot-tall Giant Man barehanded, and kicking seven shades of piss out of a regenerating alien before convincing the Hulk to take over. And while he does cleave to certain [[DeliberateValuesDissonance less-than-admirable 1940s values]], he still stands for [[UsefulNotes/TheAmericanDream the Dream]]. In volume 2, he and the Ultimates even split off from working for the U.S. government after some [[AuthorTract questionable assignments]] in the Middle East almost led to America's downfall.

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In the ComicBook/UltimateMarvel universe, Captain America is still skinny Steve Rogers-turned buff superhero-turned poster boy for the war effort, but DarkerAndEdgier. He gets pulled out of the ocean in 2002 instead of 1963, thinks it's a Nazi trick, and breaks out of SHIELD's secure holding facility despite Bruce Banner's insistence that he shouldn't be able to move. Joining TheUltimates, Captain America proceeds to show everyone how to be a true {{Badass}}: badass: dropping a tank on the ComicBook/IncredibleHulk, beating a 60-foot-tall Giant Man barehanded, and kicking seven shades of piss out of a regenerating alien before convincing the Hulk to take over. And while he does cleave to certain [[DeliberateValuesDissonance less-than-admirable 1940s values]], he still stands for [[UsefulNotes/TheAmericanDream the Dream]]. In volume 2, he and the Ultimates even split off from working for the U.S. government after some [[AuthorTract questionable assignments]] in the Middle East almost led to America's downfall.
24th Sep '16 11:25:40 AM nombretomado
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* He has had only two video games on his own: ''Captain America in: The Doom Tube of Dr. Megalomann'' (1987) on the ZX Spectrum and Commodore 64 and ''[[VideoGame/CaptainAmericaSuperSoldier Captain America: Super Soldier]]'' on next-gen consoles, but has featured alongside other heroes quite often, such as the arcade BeatEmUp ''VideoGame/CaptainAmericaAndTheAvengers'', the FightingGame ''Avengers in Galactic Storm'' (with a different set of Avengers), and of course most of [[CapcomVsWhatever Capcom's Marvel Fighting Games]], the ''VideoGame/MarvelUltimateAlliance'' games, and ''VideoGame/MarvelAvengersAlliance''.

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* He has had only two video games on his own: ''Captain America in: The Doom Tube of Dr. Megalomann'' (1987) on the ZX Spectrum and Commodore 64 and ''[[VideoGame/CaptainAmericaSuperSoldier Captain America: Super Soldier]]'' on next-gen consoles, but has featured alongside other heroes quite often, such as the arcade BeatEmUp ''VideoGame/CaptainAmericaAndTheAvengers'', the FightingGame ''Avengers in Galactic Storm'' (with a different set of Avengers), and of course most of [[CapcomVsWhatever [[VideoGame/CapcomVsWhatever Capcom's Marvel Fighting Games]], the ''VideoGame/MarvelUltimateAlliance'' games, and ''VideoGame/MarvelAvengersAlliance''.
18th Sep '16 1:08:45 PM nombretomado
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* RealLifeWritesThePlot: After the first appearance, Timely Comics was prompted by [[ArchieComics MLJ Comics]] to change Cap's shield from the triangular shape to the discus one. Years later, this change of shields was {{retcon}}ned as being presented as a new weapon to Cap by President UsefulNotes/FranklinDRoosevelt himself.

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* RealLifeWritesThePlot: After the first appearance, Timely Comics was prompted by [[ArchieComics [[Franchise/ArchieComics MLJ Comics]] to change Cap's shield from the triangular shape to the discus one. Years later, this change of shields was {{retcon}}ned as being presented as a new weapon to Cap by President UsefulNotes/FranklinDRoosevelt himself.
5th Aug '16 1:31:07 AM Ramona122003
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* RatingsStunt: [[spoiler:Marvel has said in several interviews that Captain America being a HYDRA agent was this, including lying about Captain America being NotBrainwashed.]]

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* RatingsStunt: [[spoiler:Marvel has said in several interviews that Captain America being a HYDRA agent was this, including lying about Captain America being NotBrainwashed.this.]]
5th Aug '16 12:39:19 AM Ramona122003
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* HumbleHero: Part of the point of him. He wasn't anything too special before he got the Super Soldier Serum, and he's pointed out he wasn't ''supposed'' to be unique, just the first of many. His humility is one of the reasons he's the embodiment of the American Dream: he's a nobody who became a somebody, and he's eternally thankful for it. Perhaps best summed up by the folloing exchange from ''Film/CaptainAmericaTheFirstAvenger'':

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* HumbleHero: Part of the point of him. He wasn't anything too special before he got the Super Soldier Serum, and he's pointed out he wasn't ''supposed'' to be unique, just the first of many. His humility is one of the reasons he's the embodiment of the American Dream: he's a nobody who became a somebody, and he's eternally thankful for it. Perhaps best summed up by the folloing following exchange from ''Film/CaptainAmericaTheFirstAvenger'':
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