Saturday, July 2, 2016

"Captain America" Story Was Finally Corrected

The Correct Captain America Story
Comic fans heaved a sigh of relief after it was revealed by Marvel that Captain America is no longer a Nazi. This followed an earlier pronouncement that the famous comic superhero is a true-blue genuine straight man, contrary to the campaign by a few loud individuals to make him gay.

Those two popular corrections were surprisingly quick, which indicates that writers of "Captain America: Steve Rogers" series will not cater to the whimsical attempts by some groups who are not even familiar with the story behind the more than 50-year old icon. This is definitely a welcome development to comic purists and advocate of sticking to the original dogma in developing Marvel characters.

In an interview with, Marvel Editor-in-Chief Axel Alonso said that in "Captain America: Steve Rogers #2," it will be revealed that Captain America only thought that he is a Nazi because he had false memories implanted by "Kobik, the sentient Cosmic Cube who became a girl."

In an interview "Captain America: Steve Rogers" writer Nick Spencer gave with Entertainment Weekly a month ago, he said, "The one thing we can say unequivocally is: This is not a clone, not an imposter, not mind control, not someone else acting through Steve. This really is Steve Rogers, Captain America himself." Well, turns out it was mind control. Didn’t take long for that stance to change.

Now, let us all get back the original characters of "Thor," "Captain Marvel" and "Hulk" and put the PC police and SJWs back to the middle ages.

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