New Yorkers at Marvel despise Captain America (But Love Steve Rogers)
Surprisingly, New Yorkers in the Marvel Universe despise Captain America because they prefer Steve Rogers to a flag-waving government hero.
Residents in Captain America’s hometown surprise despise him, yet they also adore Steve Rogers. Almost everyone loves the patriotic superhero and head of the Avengers, and he hardly ever encounters someone who despises the look of his red, white, and blue attire. In Captain America: Sentinel of Liberty #9, readers of Marvel learn the truth about the Star-Spangled Man: New Yorkers are tired of him.
Captain America’s was arguably a Marvel superhero even before the organisation as fans know it today. Captain America was developed by Joe Simon and Jack Kirby and debuted in March 1941. He quickly gained popularity among American readers, but in the years following the war, this popularity waned. Over a decade later, Stan Lee finally brought Captain America back; instead of serving as the nation’s spokesman, he looked at its issues and suggested ways to fix them. Sadly, many still consider him to be a one-dimensional American propaganda tool.
New York City is being attacked by soldiers from AIM in Captain America: Sentinel of Liberty #9, which was written by Jackson Lanzing & Collin Kelly and illustrated by Carmen Carnero. AIM has created a huge shield around the city to block outside assistance. Nick Fury rescues stranded citizens as Captain America and his Invaders invade the city’s outskirts. When Fury describes the superhero’s strategy, a gruff dockworker retorts, “I ain’t never listened to Captain America.” “That man and I are at odds. However, I am acquainted with Steve Rogers. And saving lives is what Steve Rogers would want from us.”
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While there are several superheroes in New York, Captain America is the most well-known, but the city’s inhabitants despise their own hero. When discussing Socialism versus Capitalism with Captain America in earlier issues, the dockworker implied that the American government had purchased and paid for the superhero’s life. Even in the year 2023, Captain America will continue to serve as a superhero for propaganda (even if Steve Rogers himself has worked against the United States government more often than not in recent years).
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Steve Rogers, a man and not a hero, is viewed as an honest individual with a modest upbringing who merely wants to do the right thing. Though he occasionally makes mistakes, he always grows from them. The name of Captain America is the barrier separating Steve Rogers from his heroic persona; yet, it’s possible that this barrier does more harm than good.
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