And he becomes president later on. Let that sink in.
Comics are complicated. But as you know from the Avengers movie, Captain America (real name Steve Rogers), after spending 70 years frozen in ice, has returned to the modern world. He’s the moral center of the team, leading them to victory with the confidence and competency a war hero would. But in comics, there are two Captain Americas. Well, actually like a half dozen, but for the sake of this post, we’re going with Steve Rogers as Captain America.
More specifically, Ultimate Captain America:
A little backstory is required that hopefully won’t take too long. So in the “normal” Marvel universe, it’s unwritten but implied that most of the heroes have been fighting evil for like upwards of fifteen years or more. For instance, Spider-Man is most likely in his late 20s. Iron Man and Captain America are probably around 35. So how does Marvel attract younger readers when all…
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Yeah, Pym had it coming in Ultimates. Dude has issues.
After a week of love, romance, and all that other gross mushy stuff, let’s take a week off for punching. We’ll get back to emotions and feelings next week. Today, we start with Ultimate Captain America battling Ultimate Hank Pym from Ultimates #8-9, volume one, written by Mark Millar and drawn by Bryan Hitch.
Y’see, since Ultimate universe isn’t part of the canon Marvel universe, they have the freedom to do whatever they please with the characters. Like instead of a mentally ill Hank Pym backhanding his wife Janet Pym once and then spending the next thirty years attempting to redeem himself, Ultimate Hank Pym has a history of abuse and just ended the previous issue by unleashing thousands of hungry ants onto the shrunken Janet Pym. That tends to be a bit more calculating and vicious, and the good captain would like to have a word.
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