History UsefulNotes / AtomicBombingsOfHiroshimaAndNagasaki

5th Jun '18 11:50:59 PM Anicomicgeek
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** ''ComicBook/HeroesReborn'', an LMD of ComicBook/NickFury controlled by the Sons of the Serpents spun a series of lies to Steve and UsefulNotes/BillClinton that involved Steve having objected to this and Truman decided to put Steve in suspended animation, with the government reviving him briefly and brainwashing him to serve in UsefulNotes/TheKoreanWar and UsefulNotes/TheVietnamWar. In "Ice", it attempted to retcon the same thing was actually the case for Steve's mainline backstory: that the government put Steve on ice and falsified the memories of the encounter with Heinrich Zemo because he objected to the use of the atomic bombs. "Ice" was so reviled, it's since been subjected to CanonDiscontinuity.

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** In ''ComicBook/HeroesReborn'', an LMD of ComicBook/NickFury controlled by the Sons of the Serpents spun a series of lies to Steve and UsefulNotes/BillClinton that involved Steve having objected to this and Truman decided to put Steve in suspended animation, with the government reviving him briefly and brainwashing him to serve in UsefulNotes/TheKoreanWar and UsefulNotes/TheVietnamWar.UsefulNotes/TheVietnamWar (and the real Fury to later say that this was bull). In "Ice", it attempted to retcon the same thing was actually the case for Steve's mainline backstory: that the government put Steve on ice and falsified the memories of the encounter with Heinrich Zemo because he objected to the use of the atomic bombs. "Ice" was so reviled, it's since been subjected to CanonDiscontinuity.
4th Jun '18 3:10:27 AM Anicomicgeek
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** ''ComicBook/HeroesReborn'', an LMD of ComicBook/NickFury controlled by thr Sons of the Serpents spun a series of lies about Steve that involved Steve having objected to this and Truman decided to put Steve in suspended animation, with the government reviving him briefly and brainwashing him to serve in UsefulNotes/TheKoreanWar and UsefulNotes/TheVietnamWar. In "Ice", it attempted to retcon the same thing was actually the case for Steve's mainline backstory: that the government put Steve on ice and falsified the memories of the encounter with Heinrich Zemo because he objected to the use of the atomic bombs. "Ice" was so reviled, it's since been subjected to CanonDiscontinuity.

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** ''ComicBook/HeroesReborn'', an LMD of ComicBook/NickFury controlled by thr the Sons of the Serpents spun a series of lies about to Steve and UsefulNotes/BillClinton that involved Steve having objected to this and Truman decided to put Steve in suspended animation, with the government reviving him briefly and brainwashing him to serve in UsefulNotes/TheKoreanWar and UsefulNotes/TheVietnamWar. In "Ice", it attempted to retcon the same thing was actually the case for Steve's mainline backstory: that the government put Steve on ice and falsified the memories of the encounter with Heinrich Zemo because he objected to the use of the atomic bombs. "Ice" was so reviled, it's since been subjected to CanonDiscontinuity.
4th Jun '18 3:03:55 AM Anicomicgeek
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** In his backstory for ''ComicBook/HeroesReborn'', Cap was revealed to have objected to this and Truman decided to put Steve in suspended animation, with the government reviving him briefly and brainwashing him to serve in UsefulNotes/TheKoreanWar and UsefulNotes/TheVietnamWar. In "Ice", it attempted to retcon the same thing for mainline Steve's backstory: that the government put Steve on ice and falsified the memories of the encounter with Heinrich Zemo because he objected to the use of the atomic bombs. "Ice" was so reviled, it's since been subjected to CanonDiscontinuity.

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** In his backstory for ''ComicBook/HeroesReborn'', Cap was revealed to have an LMD of ComicBook/NickFury controlled by thr Sons of the Serpents spun a series of lies about Steve that involved Steve having objected to this and Truman decided to put Steve in suspended animation, with the government reviving him briefly and brainwashing him to serve in UsefulNotes/TheKoreanWar and UsefulNotes/TheVietnamWar. In "Ice", it attempted to retcon the same thing was actually the case for mainline Steve's mainline backstory: that the government put Steve on ice and falsified the memories of the encounter with Heinrich Zemo because he objected to the use of the atomic bombs. "Ice" was so reviled, it's since been subjected to CanonDiscontinuity.
19th Apr '18 9:28:08 PM nombretomado
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* In ''Series/TheTwilightZone'' episode "No Time Like The Past", a man goes back in time to Hiroshima right before the bomb drops to warn the military, but they don't listen to him, thinking he's crazy.

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* In ''Series/TheTwilightZone'' ''Series/{{The Twilight Zone|1959}}'' episode "No Time Like The Past", a man goes back in time to Hiroshima right before the bomb drops to warn the military, but they don't listen to him, thinking he's crazy.
29th Mar '18 11:10:11 AM Anicomicgeek
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* In ''ComicBook/HeroesReborn'', a controversial ''Franchise/CaptainAmerica'' story called "Ice", and as part of ''ComicBook/OriginalSin'', the Franchise/MarvelUniverse version of this events are touched upon.
** in In his backstory for ''ComicBook/HeroesReborn'', Cap was revealed to have objected to this and Truman decided to put Steve in suspended animation, with the government reviving him briefly and brainwashing him to serve in UsefulNotes/TheKoreanWar and UsefulNotes/TheVietnamWar. In "Ice", it attempted to retcon the same thing for mainline Steve's backstory: that the government put Steve on ice and falsified the memories of the encounter with Heinrich Zemo because he objected to the use of the atomic bombs. "Ice" was so reviled, it's since been subjected to CanonDiscontinuity.

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* In ''ComicBook/HeroesReborn'', a controversial ''Franchise/CaptainAmerica'' story called "Ice", and as part of ''ComicBook/OriginalSin'', the Franchise/MarvelUniverse version of this the events are touched upon.
** in In his backstory for ''ComicBook/HeroesReborn'', Cap was revealed to have objected to this and Truman decided to put Steve in suspended animation, with the government reviving him briefly and brainwashing him to serve in UsefulNotes/TheKoreanWar and UsefulNotes/TheVietnamWar. In "Ice", it attempted to retcon the same thing for mainline Steve's backstory: that the government put Steve on ice and falsified the memories of the encounter with Heinrich Zemo because he objected to the use of the atomic bombs. "Ice" was so reviled, it's since been subjected to CanonDiscontinuity.
28th Mar '18 9:42:30 AM Anicomicgeek
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* This was touched upon ''ComicBook/HeroesReborn'', a controversial ''Franchise/CaptainAmerica'' story called "Ice", and as part of ''ComicBook/OriginalSin'', the Franchise/MarvelUniverse version of this events are touched upon.

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* This was touched upon In ''ComicBook/HeroesReborn'', a controversial ''Franchise/CaptainAmerica'' story called "Ice", and as part of ''ComicBook/OriginalSin'', the Franchise/MarvelUniverse version of this events are touched upon.
28th Mar '18 9:42:30 AM Anicomicgeek
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28th Mar '18 9:41:27 AM Anicomicgeek
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** in In his backstory for ''ComicBook/HeroesReborn'', Cap was revealed to have objected to this and Truman decided to put Steve in suspended animation, with the government reviving him briefly and brainwashing him to serve in UsefulNotes/TheKoreaWar and UsefulNotes/TheVietnamWar. In "Ice", it attempted to retcon the same thing for mainline Steve's backstory: that the government put Steve on ice and falsified the memories of the encounter with Heinrich Zemo because he objected to the use of the atomic bombs. "Ice" was so reviled, it';s since been subjected to CanonDiscontinuity.
** In the ''Original Sin'' tie-in for ''[[ComicBook/TheInvaders All-New Invaders]]'', it was revealed that [[spoiler:Spitfire and the Kid Commandos talked the original Invaders into not dealing with the Japanese islands directly, hence why the government decided to use the bombs without the team knowing.]]

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** in In his backstory for ''ComicBook/HeroesReborn'', Cap was revealed to have objected to this and Truman decided to put Steve in suspended animation, with the government reviving him briefly and brainwashing him to serve in UsefulNotes/TheKoreaWar UsefulNotes/TheKoreanWar and UsefulNotes/TheVietnamWar. In "Ice", it attempted to retcon the same thing for mainline Steve's backstory: that the government put Steve on ice and falsified the memories of the encounter with Heinrich Zemo because he objected to the use of the atomic bombs. "Ice" was so reviled, it';s it's since been subjected to CanonDiscontinuity.
** In the ''Original Sin'' tie-in for ''[[ComicBook/TheInvaders All-New Invaders]]'', it was revealed that [[spoiler:Spitfire and the Kid Commandos talked the [[spoiler:the original Invaders into not dealing with the Japanese islands directly, refused to create a tsunami to take out Japan's navy, hence why the government decided to use the bombs without the team knowing.]]
28th Mar '18 9:27:37 AM Anicomicgeek
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** In the ''Original Sin'' tie-in for ''[[ComicBook/TheInvaders All-New ComicBook/Invaders]]'', it was revealed that [[spoiler:Spitfire and the Kid Commandos talked the original Invaders into not dealing with the Japanese islands directly, hence why the government decided to use the bombs without the team knowing.]]

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** In the ''Original Sin'' tie-in for ''[[ComicBook/TheInvaders All-New ComicBook/Invaders]]'', Invaders]]'', it was revealed that [[spoiler:Spitfire and the Kid Commandos talked the original Invaders into not dealing with the Japanese islands directly, hence why the government decided to use the bombs without the team knowing.]]
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