Steve Rogers became Captain America after a risky procedure transformed him from skinny wash-out to America's greatest living legend. The character was created by Joe Simon and Jack Kirby.
A skinny Steve Rodgers wanted to help his country during World War Ii against the Nazi threat and so enlisted in the army. Unfortunately, due to his incredibly weak disposition, he was unable to even pass basic training and was immediately branded a wash-out. However, his desire to serve his country was so great, that Dr. Erskine, a German scientist who defected to America, asked him if he'd be willing to undergo a risky procedure involving a super soldier serum. Rogers agreed and was injected with the serum, which turned him into the sentinel of liberty: Captain America.
He battled the Nazis, punched out Hitler, and fought the forces of HYDRA, a super-advanced fascist group led by the crafty Red Skull. Along with Bucky, the young Allied answer to the Hitler Youth who was also a skilled scout/assassin in his own right, Captain America battled his way into a fascist fortress where he grabbed onto an experimental remote controlled aircraft as it launched. To save the Allies from a nuclear attack that would cripple them, Cap was forced to destroy the electronics of the machine, crashing it into the freezing waters below where he allegedly died. In actuality: he was frozen for decades until the modern world found and revived him to be a hero for a new era.
Captain America's upcoming movie will show Steve Rogers as an army wash-out who volunteers for the controversial procedure of Project: Rebirth. It also likely pits him against the Red Skull during World War II where he'll lead the Howling Commandos against the fascist forces of HYDRA, and possibly the Nazis.
Captain America appeared briefly in the X-Men animated series as a cohort of Wolverine during World War II. The duo rescue a scientist held captive by the Red Skull and the Nazis.
In the X-Men: Evolution cartoon, Captain America appears as his usual self, along with Nick Fury, except that he's been put into stasis because of a side-effect of Operation: Rebirth that results in him becoming unstable on a cellular level after long periods of time. However, he still remembers a Canadian soldier by the name of Logan (Wolverine) who helped him liberate a POW camp that held the mysterious Eric Lehnsherr (Magneto). As his cells begin to breakdown, he and Wolverine destroy the tank that made Rogers Captain America. Wolverine later assures his old war buddy, still in a stasis chamber, that they'll discover a cure for his cellular degeneration and musing on how they made a great team back in the day.
Captain America has always been a man out of time. Thawed out in the modern era, he's recently been turned into Marvel's answer to Superman: an old-fashioned example for other superheroes to live up to. He might not be able to tell you about the latest pop-culture sensation, but he could go on forever about the parts of America the endure across the ages. He has old-fashioned tastes and views his country with extreme reverence, though he also believes in equality and the average man getting a fair shake, just as he did. Cap has often expressed his love for America, though he doesn't always agree with its government such as during the Civil War storyline when he defied his country's order to register as a superhuman and force others to do the same.
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