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|Full Name:||Steven Rogers|
|First Appearance:||Ultimates #1|
|Created by:||Mark Millar, Bryan Hitch|
|Place of Birth:||Brooklyn, New York|
|Base:||The Triskelion; formerly Tony Stark's penthouse.|
|Affiliations:||Ultimates; formerly New Ultimates; U.S. Armed Forces|
|Powers/Abilities:||Master Martial Artist, Weapons Proficiency, Master Acrobat, Indomitable Will, Expert Marksman, Advanced Military Operator, Master Tactician and Strategist, Master Shield Fighter|
|Height:||6' 3" (1.91 m)|
|Weight:||250 lbs (113 kg)|
"In your warped, twisted mind, you think of combat as a game … some sort of noble sport! Well, it's not!! It's a grim, dirty business … But it's a business that no one knows better than I do!"
Steven Rogers a skinny boy, grew up in Brooklyn during the Great Depression, often bullied but protected by his friend, James Barnes. Steve was a frail volunteer for the U.S. government who went through steroid treatment and the Super-Soldier Serum to become the world's first superhero, Captain America. For the next three years he fought along side the X-Men's Wolverine and his friend James.
After stop the "A-Bomb" made by alien Chitauri Herr Kleiser in World War II, which was meant to destroy the White House, Captain America stopped the bomb, and in the process, fell into the arctic sea, which along with his Super Soldier Serum filled body, his body was frozen for the next 50 years.
He was revived by scientists and he was in modern day time, and found out that James married the girl of his dreams, and everyone he knew, was dead. He soon joined the Ultimates and became their leader.
Steve's impact on World War II was so great that many countries and organizations have tried to recreate him using various methods over the years, resulting in the creation of many super-powered beings such as Spider-Man, the Hulk, and Thor.
Death of Spider-ManEdit
When Peter Parker was chosen for the Ultimates' training, it would come as a shock to the young web-slinger when Steve talked to him, telling Spider-Man that he was not ready to be a hero and that he did not deserve to wear the costume. Instead, Peter proved him wrong, taking a bullet meant for Steve, and stopping the Sinister Six from killing his friends and family. Steve was stricken with guilt, finally confronted Aunt May at his funeral and told her about what happened. In anger, Aunt May slapped Steve and left the funeral.
- Unlike the Earth-616 version, this version is often seen using firearms and is completely willing to kill his opponents, such when he decapitated a clone of the Hulk called "Nerd Hulk".