Captain America-The First Avenger: Marvel Betrays Their Own Hero(es)

We can tolerate World War II with laser rifles and automatic gun turrets, but can’t stand much of a lazy writing.
Maybe Marvel tried so hard to emulate the success formula of the first Spider-Man movie script, then it looks like that they gave up and decided to just ‘re-use’ it.
Why do they have to alter Cap’s origin story into this cartoonish USO show performer?

It’s an oh-so-obvious cheap steal from Peter Parker’s short living amateur wrestling career back story! Woah….

To make the transformation from scrawny Steve to courageous Captain more believable? Well, if they can make us believe those english speaking HYDRA henchmen and the whole Howard Stark overuse, then basically they can make us believe anything right? Cap deserves so much better than this.

My Rating: 3/10

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2 thoughts on “Captain America-The First Avenger: Marvel Betrays Their Own Hero(es)

  1. Hahahaha you fucking idiot. A “cheap steal from Peter Parker’s short living amateur wrestling career”? Did you even watch the movie? Did you even know about the comics from the 40s? Its an obvious reference to the early designs of Steve Ditko’s Captain America from the original comic. Smh, even all the posters of the movie showed Cap in his “real” costume. No wonder you quit writing on this site. No one would bother to read your stupid shit.

    • I don’t “quit writing” on this site. And I don’t “quit writing” because “no one would bother to read my stupid shit” 😀
      But I won’t call you an idiot. You have your say, and I have mine. You know the comics from the 40s? Fine. Was Cap ever a USO performer in the 40’s comics? Yes? No? Fine.
      “Obvious reference” is one thing, but copying Spiderman’s backstory as a wrestling “performer” is another.
      But, hey, no worry, I still won’t call you an idiot.

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