Wednesday, 9 July 2014

Marvel Comics to name a new Captain America this Fall

The possibility of Chris Evans not to be Captain America is just plain shocking but as it turns out, it is very real. As one of the latest issues of the comic Captain America "issue #21" shows Steve Rogers losing his super-soldier serum due to certain events which has given him rapid aging process. The now 90 years old Steve can no longer participate in the physical aspect of being a hero but he will still be serving on an advisory level.

Marvel had an interview with Rick Remender who explained what is in store for Steve Rogers after losing the serum. 

“He’s waging war from a room rather than the front lines, which is new for Steve,” said Remender. “Steve’s going to continue to play a role in the series as a mentor and tactician and eye in the sky, runing ops and things. He’s got all his faculties and is still the super soldier he earned the right to be called; he just lacks the physical form.”
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“He’s waging war from a room rather than the front lines, which is new for Steve,” said Remender. “Steve’s going to continue to play a role in the series as a mentor and tactician and eye in the sky, runing ops and things. He’s got all his faculties and is still the super soldier he earned the right to be called; he just lacks the physical form.”

There is a lot of speculation about who is going to be replacing Chris Evans as Captain America. There is talk about his partner Falcon starred by Anthony Mackie which will make him the first African American Captain America. But considering the long term contract signed by Sebastian Stan, He might also be considered to replace Chris Evans after Avengers 3

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