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* SugarWiki/FunnyMoments: An almost tragic meta example. [[ImageBoard 4chan]] managed to sneak a mail onto the letters page of the sixth issue of her solo, comparing the run to ''Film/TheRoom''.

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* SugarWiki/FunnyMoments: An almost tragic meta example. [[ImageBoard [[Website/FourChan 4chan]] managed to sneak a mail onto the letters page of the sixth issue of her solo, comparing the run to ''Film/TheRoom''.


** Her second solo book, ''America Chavez: Made in the USA'', is already getting a much better reception from fans than her first. It relies on her characterization from previous books like the ''West Coast Avengers'' and doesn't discard her girlfriend, Ramone Torres, from that book, while also introducing an interesting retcon about the family who adopted her when she fell into Earth-616.

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** Her second solo book, ''America Chavez: Made in the USA'', is already getting a much better reception from fans than her first. It relies on her characterization from previous books like the ''West Coast Avengers'' and doesn't discard her girlfriend, Ramone Torres, Watts, from that book, while also introducing an interesting retcon about the family who adopted her when she fell into Earth-616.


* Her second solo book, ''America Chavez: Made in the USA'', is already getting a much better reception from fans than her first. It relies on her characterization from previous books like the ''West Coast Avengers'' and doesn't discard her girlfriend, Ramone Torres, from that book, while also introducing an interesting retcon about the family who adopted her when she fell into Earth-616.

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* ** Her second solo book, ''America Chavez: Made in the USA'', is already getting a much better reception from fans than her first. It relies on her characterization from previous books like the ''West Coast Avengers'' and doesn't discard her girlfriend, Ramone Torres, from that book, while also introducing an interesting retcon about the family who adopted her when she fell into Earth-616.

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* Her second solo book, ''America Chavez: Made in the USA'', is already getting a much better reception from fans than her first. It relies on her characterization from previous books like the ''West Coast Avengers'' and doesn't discard her girlfriend, Ramone Torres, from that book, while also introducing an interesting retcon about the family who adopted her when she fell into Earth-616.

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** The 2017 run was a AudienceColoringAdaptation for America Chavez. Any book, show or game with her in it will invariably generate buzz solely from people making fun of America and expecting her to act like she did in the run.

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**This can also apply to Creator/JoeCasey and Nick Dragotta, being her creators...which would later have them spawn a one-shot with their own America, America Vasquez, who discovered she's a comic book character(still imagine the [[FanFicFuel meeting]] between the two Americas)


* UnintentionallyUnsympathetic:
* America herself.
** In regards to her breakup with Lisa. [[labelnote:Explanation]]America asks Lisa to uproot her life so they can move in together somewhere else as part of America's new college life. When Lisa says she can't, America breaks up with her, kicks one of her trademark PORTALS open and walks away. In other words, a character that can teleport across half the universe, and dimensions, in an instant, calls off a relationship because her girlfriend doesn't want to move, and given her powers, shouldn't have to.[[/labelnote]] Then there's the hints in ''America #5'' that [[spoiler:she might have cheated on Lisa with Magdalene.]]. [[spoiler: Even worse, in ''America #8'', she appears to start a long distance relationship with Magdalene, even though the idea of a long-distance relationship was the catalyst for the breakup between America and Lisa in the first place.]] Writers seem to have agreed with this interpretation, since when Lisa returns in Jane Fosters' Valkyrie book and describes her break up with America, it doesn't paint America in a positive light.
** The first six issues of the book state that America's tired of being a superhero and helping people is an enormous bore for her. This includes being transported to World War II and having the opportunity to stop Hitler (she punches him) but not doing it. Taken from a serious perspective, which this comic doesn't seem to be going for at all, she's a SmugSuper par excellence.

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* UnintentionallyUnsympathetic:
* America herself.
** In regards to her breakup with Lisa. [[labelnote:Explanation]]America asks Lisa to uproot her life so they can move in together somewhere else as part of America's new college life. When Lisa says she can't, America breaks up with her, kicks one of her trademark PORTALS open and walks away. In other words, a character that can teleport across half the universe, and dimensions, in an instant, calls off a relationship because her girlfriend doesn't want to move, and given her powers, shouldn't have to.[[/labelnote]] Then there's the hints in ''America #5'' that [[spoiler:she might have cheated on Lisa with Magdalene.]]. [[spoiler: Even worse, in ''America #8'', she appears to start a long distance relationship with Magdalene, even though the idea of a long-distance relationship was the catalyst for the breakup between America and Lisa in the first place.]] Writers seem to have agreed with this interpretation, since when Lisa returns in Jane Fosters' Valkyrie book and describes her break up with America, it doesn't paint America in a positive light.
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UnintentionallyUnsympathetic: The first six issues of the book state that America's tired of being a superhero and helping people is an enormous bore for her. This includes being transported to World War II and having the opportunity to stop Hitler (she punches him) but not doing it. Taken from a serious perspective, which this comic doesn't seem to be going for at all, she's a SmugSuper par excellence.


** America herself, in regards to her breakup with Lisa. [[labelnote:Explanation]]America asks Lisa to uproot her life so they can move in together somewhere else as part of America's new college life. When Lisa says she can't, America breaks up with her, kicks one of her trademark PORTALS open and walks away. In other words, a character that can teleport across half the universe, and dimensions, in an instant, calls off a relationship because her girlfriend doesn't want to move, and given her powers, shouldn't have to.[[/labelnote]] Then there's the hints in ''America #5'' that [[spoiler:she might have cheated on Lisa with Magdalene.]].
*** [[spoiler: Even worse, in ''America #8'', she appears to start a long distance relationship with Magdalene, even though the idea of a long-distance relationship was the catalyst for the breakup between America and Lisa in the first place.]]
*** Writers seem to have agreed with this interpretation, since when Lisa returns in Jane Fosters' Valkyrie book and describes her break up with America, it doesn't paint America in a positive light.
** The first six issues of the book also state America is tired of being a superhero and helping people is an enormous bore for her. This includes being transported to World War II and having the opportunity to stop Hitler (she punches him) but doesn't. Taken from a serious perspective, which this comic doesn't seem to be going for at all, she's a SmugSuper par excellence.

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** * America herself, in herself.
** In
regards to her breakup with Lisa. [[labelnote:Explanation]]America asks Lisa to uproot her life so they can move in together somewhere else as part of America's new college life. When Lisa says she can't, America breaks up with her, kicks one of her trademark PORTALS open and walks away. In other words, a character that can teleport across half the universe, and dimensions, in an instant, calls off a relationship because her girlfriend doesn't want to move, and given her powers, shouldn't have to.[[/labelnote]] Then there's the hints in ''America #5'' that [[spoiler:she might have cheated on Lisa with Magdalene.]].
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]]. [[spoiler: Even worse, in ''America #8'', she appears to start a long distance relationship with Magdalene, even though the idea of a long-distance relationship was the catalyst for the breakup between America and Lisa in the first place.]]
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]] Writers seem to have agreed with this interpretation, since when Lisa returns in Jane Fosters' Valkyrie book and describes her break up with America, it doesn't paint America in a positive light.
** The first six issues of the book also state America is that America's tired of being a superhero and helping people is an enormous bore for her. This includes being transported to World War II and having the opportunity to stop Hitler (she punches him) but doesn't.not doing it. Taken from a serious perspective, which this comic doesn't seem to be going for at all, she's a SmugSuper par excellence.


* MyRealDaddy: Creator/KieronGillen's interpretation in ''Comicbook/YoungAvengers'' made her much more popular and really the only BreakoutCharacter of ''Vengeance''. The only other interpretation that's almost as well liked was Al Ewing's who wrote America in his Ultimates run.

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* MyRealDaddy: Creator/KieronGillen's interpretation in ''Comicbook/YoungAvengers'' made her much more popular and really the only BreakoutCharacter of ''Vengeance''. The only other interpretation that's almost This run also officially established her as well liked was Al Ewing's who wrote America in his Ultimates run. lesbian, and first introduced her to ComicBook/KateBishop.



* NarmCharm: Quite a few readers have taken this attitude with the 2017 series (those who like it at least) given the EpicFail at being representative of millennials. For example, ''American #5'' which has the following bizarre homage to ''Film/FearAndLoathingInLasVegas''.

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* NarmCharm: Quite a few readers have taken this attitude with the 2017 series (those who like it at least) given the EpicFail at being representative of millennials. For example, ''American ''America #5'' which has the following bizarre homage to ''Film/FearAndLoathingInLasVegas''.


* SnarkBait: Among many Marvel comics of the Marvel Now lineup, the solo comic has a sizable hatedom that mocks many of the elements on it.


* UnintentionallyUnsympathetic: The first six issues of the book also state America is tired of being a superhero and helping people is an enormous bore for her. This includes being transported to World War II and having the opportunity to stop Hitler (she punches him) but doesn't. Taken from a serious perspective, which this comic doesn't seem to be going for at all, she's a SmugSuper par excellence.

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* UnintentionallyUnsympathetic: UnintentionallyUnsympathetic:
** America herself, in regards to her breakup with Lisa. [[labelnote:Explanation]]America asks Lisa to uproot her life so they can move in together somewhere else as part of America's new college life. When Lisa says she can't, America breaks up with her, kicks one of her trademark PORTALS open and walks away. In other words, a character that can teleport across half the universe, and dimensions, in an instant, calls off a relationship because her girlfriend doesn't want to move, and given her powers, shouldn't have to.[[/labelnote]] Then there's the hints in ''America #5'' that [[spoiler:she might have cheated on Lisa with Magdalene.]].
*** [[spoiler: Even worse, in ''America #8'', she appears to start a long distance relationship with Magdalene, even though the idea of a long-distance relationship was the catalyst for the breakup between America and Lisa in the first place.]]
*** Writers seem to have agreed with this interpretation, since when Lisa returns in Jane Fosters' Valkyrie book and describes her break up with America, it doesn't paint America in a positive light.
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The first six issues of the book also state America is tired of being a superhero and helping people is an enormous bore for her. This includes being transported to World War II and having the opportunity to stop Hitler (she punches him) but doesn't. Taken from a serious perspective, which this comic doesn't seem to be going for at all, she's a SmugSuper par excellence.
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* UnintentionallyUnsympathetic:
** America herself, in regards to her breakup with Lisa. [[labelnote:Explanation]]America asks Lisa to uproot her life so they can move in together somewhere else as part of America's new college life. When Lisa says she can't, America breaks up with her, kicks one of her trademark PORTALS open and walks away. In other words, a character that can teleport across half the universe, and dimensions, in an instant, calls off a relationship because her girlfriend doesn't want to move, and given her powers, shouldn't have to.[[/labelnote]] Then there's the hints in ''America #5'' that [[spoiler:she might have cheated on Lisa with Magdalene.]].
*** [[spoiler: Even worse, in ''America #8'', she appears to start a long distance relationship with Magdalene, even though the idea of a long-distance relationship was the catalyst for the breakup between America and Lisa in the first place.]]
*** Writers seem to have agreed with this interpretation, since when Lisa returns in Jane Fosters' Valkyrie book and describes her break up with America, it doesn't paint America in a positive light.
** The first six issues of the book also state America is tired of being a superhero and helping people is an enormous bore for her. This includes being transported to World War II and having the opportunity to stop Hitler (she punches him) but doesn't. Taken from a serious perspective, which this comic doesn't seem to be going for at all, she's a SmugSuper par excellence.

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* UnintentionallyUnsympathetic:
** America herself, in regards to her breakup with Lisa. [[labelnote:Explanation]]America asks Lisa to uproot her life so they can move in together somewhere else as part of America's new college life. When Lisa says she can't, America breaks up with her, kicks one of her trademark PORTALS open and walks away. In other words, a character that can teleport across half the universe, and dimensions, in an instant, calls off a relationship because her girlfriend doesn't want to move, and given her powers, shouldn't have to.[[/labelnote]] Then there's the hints in ''America #5'' that [[spoiler:she might have cheated on Lisa with Magdalene.]].
*** [[spoiler: Even worse, in ''America #8'', she appears to start a long distance relationship with Magdalene, even though the idea of a long-distance relationship was the catalyst for the breakup between America and Lisa in the first place.]]
*** Writers seem to have agreed with this interpretation, since when Lisa returns in Jane Fosters' Valkyrie book and describes her break up with America, it doesn't paint America in a positive light.
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UnintentionallyUnsympathetic: The first six issues of the book also state America is tired of being a superhero and helping people is an enormous bore for her. This includes being transported to World War II and having the opportunity to stop Hitler (she punches him) but doesn't. Taken from a serious perspective, which this comic doesn't seem to be going for at all, she's a SmugSuper par excellence.

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*** Writers seem to have agreed with this interpretation, since when Lisa returns in Jane Fosters' Valkyrie book and describes her break up with America, it doesn't paint America in a positive light.


* MyRealDaddy: Creator/KieronGillen's interpretation in ''Comicbook/YoungAvengers'' made her much more popular and really the only BreakoutCharacter of ''Vengeance''. Even people reading her 2017 solo series think her ''ComicBook/YoungAvengers'' appearance is better.

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* MyRealDaddy: Creator/KieronGillen's interpretation in ''Comicbook/YoungAvengers'' made her much more popular and really the only BreakoutCharacter of ''Vengeance''. Even people reading her 2017 solo series think her ''ComicBook/YoungAvengers'' appearance is better.The only other interpretation that's almost as well liked was Al Ewing's who wrote America in his Ultimates run.

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