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thinking-about-fiction · 3 months ago
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Bucky really went from a cranky scowling old man who never smiles to that Cool (gay) uncle who pulls up 2 hours late to the family cookout with sunglasses, cake and level 100 swagger
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Now that's character development
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WandaVision was about grief and depression.
Falcon and the Winter Soldier was about abuse of power and society.
Loki, from what I’ve seen so far, is gonna be about existentialism and free will. 
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petite-madame · 3 months ago
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Passing the Mantle, from Steve Rogers to Sam Wilson: Captain America in the MCU - (2021)
Note: Isaiah Bradley was Captain America in the comics, but not in the MCU. Even when his achievement as a super soldier was finally acknowledged by the authorities, after "some individuals within the government tried to erase him from history" and that "his name went unknown for too long" (see: the text on his memorial at the Smithsonian), he was never given officially the title of "Captain America". However, I felt it was important to feature him in this series. His look is a mix between actor Carl Lumbly, the various "cap suits" and the comic version of the character.
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fioblah · 3 months ago
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talk shit get kissed sam
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prisonhannibal · 2 months ago
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"holy shit we're okay" moments after intense action scenes or fights or whatever...my weakness. so another one of those drawings from me <3
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shurisneakers · 3 months ago
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So from what I understood (please correct me if I'm wrong) is that when the rest of his team were held as hostages, Isaiah Bradley went out there to get them back. He put his life on the line to save his men, even though there were explicit directions against doing so. He did so because they were his brothers and friends.
He was tortured, experimented on and jailed. He was erased.
Except, that's exactly what Steve Rogers did in Captain America: The First Avenger.
Steve was pardoned. He went illegally to Austria to rescue his team and he was treated like a hero. He wasn't insulted and had his history erased- he was glorified. He was given a medal. He was remembered, and that act went on to show as a reminder of how noble and good he was.
Isaiah Bradley didn't receive the same treatment.
And I hope you think about that.
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leashlessconfusion · 3 months ago
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Of all the parallels we've seen so far, I think this one best demonstrates the difference between John Walker and Steve Rogers.
Steve easily could have killed Tony at the end of Civil War. In fact, Tony seemed to expect it; he raised his hands to protect his head from what he probably thought was the inevitable.
But Steve wasn't like that. Even in the midst of pure rage, he could never kill someone unnecessarily- good moral standards were at the core of every decision he made, regardless of his own emotional state.
John Walker is different. When he gets angry, morality is not his priority because ultimately he isn't a man of the people, he's a man who centres his own desires, no matter the cost. He doesn't stop to question himself because his ego won't let him.
Where Steve Rogers was measured, John Walker is impulsive. Where Steve Rogers looked out for everyone's best interests, John Walker looks out for his own.
Where Steve Rogers showed self-restraint, John Walker takes the kill strike.
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wakandas · 3 months ago
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looks like the dora milaje have jurisdiction... in my heart 🥺♥️
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