Mari Illustrious Makinami. She used to think she knew her family history. Only to learn that neither her history or herself were so ordinary, after all...
Another in the Superwomen Of Eva
series by orionpax09
, Superwomen of Eva: American Dream
stars Mari Illustrious Makinami, newly introduced in Rebuild of Evangelion
, as Captain America
After learning she's a descendent of a famous American hero, Mari undergoes treatment to become a super soldier, allying with SHIELD to take the fight to the Angels and see what Nerv is up to.
Currently under construction. Please add tropes as you see them!
This Superwomen Of Eva story contains examples of the following:
- Clothes Make the Superman: Mari has a battlesuit fitted with various weapons, gear, and stealth systems that can make her invisible.
- Cool Plane: Mari's ship, the American Dream, certainly qualifies. It has adamantium armor, is fully amphibious, and is equipped with a wide variety of weapons, including two BFGs capable of delivering a lot of damage to Angels.
- Eat Me: Mari plans to defeat the 6th Angel this way.
- Epic Fail: Mari's first attempt at the shield toss... does not go well.
- I Ate What?: Mari has some Meals Ready to Eat over on the "American Dream". One Omake showcases a possible scene where some SHIELD maintenance personnel say they loaded up MREs that were expired by the time of Second Impact on the Dream's galley as payback for Mari kicking their asses during her training.
- Instant Expert: Played straight with Mari's ability to learn fighting skills, subverted with her complete failure at throwing her shield.
- Legacy Character: Mari is chosen by SHIELD to take on great grandfather's role as Captain America.
- Patchwork Fic: Aside from Mari Makinami being part of a timeline closest to the TV series canon (at least for now), the Captain America mythos presented so far comes from all over the place, mostly so far from the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Except for Nick Fury being his comic book version. This one is lampshaded in an Omake, and it turns out to be one of Fury's berserk buttons.
- Permission to Speak Freely: After her first mission goes badly, Mari asks this of Dugan. When Dugan grants her permission, Mari decks him.
Dugan: "You know, lass... generally speaking... people usually speak freely... with their mouths..."
Mari: "Yeah, but haven't you heard, Major Dum Dum? Actions speak louder than words!"
- Power Copying: The Rebirth process lets Mari master any physical skill her body is capable of doing, simply by watching it once.
- Ramming Always Works: Mari does this to the 6th Angel by ramming its core with the American Dream.
- Really 700 Years Old: Dum Dum? The same one that fought alongside Steve Rogers back in World War II. He (and apparently Fury) were given a Super Serum variant to slow down significantly (if not stop) their aging.
- Right Hand Versus Left Hand: One of Mari's problems lies in the fact she's working with SHIELD, who are not above making some moral sacrifices to save the world, and is run by Nick Fury, who doesn't likes Mari being Captain America and sees her as a risky, battle-happy loose cannon unworthy of the name, and he makes it well-known to her. Mari is a battle-happy loose cannon, but she is nevertheless trying to save people, so she has decided to show Fury where to stick it through any action she can take.
- Someone to Remember Him By: How exactly Mari came to be.
- Super Soldier: Mari. Obviously.
- The Mentor: SHIELD's Dum Dum Dugan is put in charge of training Mari. Phil Coulson provides some help as well.
- Tough Act to Follow: In-Universe, the previous Captain America. Nick Fury uses it as a cornerstone of his "The Reason You Suck" Speech towards Mari.