Captain America Rips The American Dream

Captain America also came out as a homosexual earlier this year.


“A new Captain America is in town.

This year, Marvel is celebrating the 80th anniversary of the first Avenger with a new limited series. Writer Christopher Catwell and artist Dale Eaglesham are teaming for The United States of Captain America, a new limited series where Captain America’s shield has been stolen. Steve Rogers teams up with Sam Wilson, Bucky Barnes, and John Walker (who have each been Captain America at some point) to go on a cross-country road trip to find it. As they make their way around the country, they meet several heroes who were inspired to become local Captains America for their own communities.

The first issue of The United States of Captain America has them meeting the Captain America of the Railways, Aaron Fischer, who is gay. He’s introduced in a bonus story written by writer Josh Trujillo and illustrated by Jan Bazaldua.

“Aaron is inspired by heroes of the queer community: activists, leaders, and everyday folks pushing for a better life,” Trujillo said in a release. “He stands for the oppressed, and the forgotten. I hope his debut story resonates with readers, and helps inspire the next generation of heroes.” …”

The Guardian:

“A teenager who “stands for the oppressed, and the forgotten” is to become the first LGBTQ+ character to take on the mantle of Captain America.

Marvel Comics is celebrating the 80th anniversary of the US hero with the launch of a new series, The United States of Captain America, in which the incumbent Steve Rogers will team up with former Captain Americas when his shield goes missing. The heroes will take a road trip across the US to find the shield, and will meet people from “all walks of life” who have taken on the mantle of Captain America to defend their communities. Aaron Fischer, a gay teenager, will be the first, in the new limited series, released in June.

Marvel described Fischer, who will be the “Captain America of the Railways”, as “a fearless teen who stepped up to protect fellow runaways and the unhoused”, with his debut timed to coincide with Pride Month in the US. …”

I’m not sure whether he was the giver or the taker. Probably the latter though. After all, we are living in a new progressive era which means turning the world upside down and inside out.

Note: The new Captain America has more than a passing resemblance to NPR’s tweet storm yesterday.

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  1. All comics are Jewish creations meant to undermine the American, National culture. We need to stop just recognizing the latest Judaic outrage and to start hating what’s happening. And I do mean hate.

  2. By denigrating the “white picket fence”, this Jew “comic” is an explicit attack on the ideal of raising a healthy white family. Which is the whole point of everything Jews are doing, anyway.

  3. Re: “we are living in a new progressive era which means turning the world upside down and inside out”:

    I contend that this managed chaos and fake progressivism is merely a fog, a distraction that hides the real reality that the world is just the same as it was: systemic exploitation of the masses by superwealthy elites continues and is even more entrenched.

    What could really turn this system “upside down and inside out” you are not supposed to know or learn about.

  4. That’s some bad drawing. His shoulders are wide enough to support three heads. Even roided bodybuilding freaks aren’t like that. It looks like Tom of Finland, or whatever that gay comic fetishist is called.

    Also, when did Ojibway become Ojibwe? What will it be 5 years from now, a rune that can’t be currently typeset, but will, at great expense?

  5. “Writer Christopher Cantwell and artist Dale Eaglesham are teaming for The United States of Captain America, a new limited series where Captain America’s”

    LOL Christopher Cantwell really did a heel turn, didn’t he Hunter?

  6. not brown
    not disabled
    not trans
    not furry
    still calling himself american

    still not good enough marvel

  7. Perfect choice of the comics panel. The Aryan Superman must sacrifice everything to save the poor brown teeming hordes. White Man’s Burden leads to White Man’s Extinction.

  8. It’s astoundingly simple. Blacks and Injuns are NOT people, and are therefore, NOT Americans.
    And Marvel Comics has been JEWED from the beginning. You worship the Jew, you perish with the Jew.

    Only free, white, Christian Englishmen are Americans, and always have been.
    Don’t let the door hit your gay ass on the way out…. you’re sick enough to like it.

  9. Note the those Woke trite inanities are spoken by a tall, muscular, blond, blue-eyed, Aryan superman. I once read that for the New York Times the only good Catholic was a bad Catholic.

  10. Avengers infinity war was such a letdown for me personally Like was I suppose to be amazed of how much money was pumped into it?! The cgi looked pretty tight admittedly but the quality of action scenes were all over the place

    Some people claim it was too long but imo it was too short considering its epic conclusion . It should had two parts 2 hour long films. I think avengers and avengers age of ultron were better films overall more entertaining but if infinity war taught me anything is that Thanos is more evil then hitler and Captain America works for hydra aka Neo Bolsheviks

    • Superheroes are just Jewish pipsqueak/nerd; “I’ll show them, and then they’ll be sorry,” revenge fantasy. They never appealed to me,or to my friends, much. But then, we weren’t maladjusted freaks, even though we had our fair share of enemies and rivals.

      The only comics I liked were Jonah Hex, Sgt. Rock, G.I. Comics, and Star Wars. And even then, only in small doses.

      Historical figures were always mine and my friends heroes.

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