Bucky is a barren Omega who wants nothing more than to have a child of his own. Steve is an Omega who can have children but doesn’t really want any. Tony is their Alpha who loves them and just wants to see his Omega’s happy. When a baby is left on the Avenger’s doorstep, Bucky’s prayers seem to be answered and nobody has the heart to tell him otherwise.
Jack Kirby, born Jacob Kurtzberg, and Joe Simon were two Jewish men in a dangerous time who did something extraordinary. They created a true American hero who stood up for the little guy, like them. They created a political statement by putting Captain America on the cover of their comic knocking Hitler out with one good punch. Because the US was not even in the war yet, this led to the two men receiving death threats. Both men served in World War II, fighting against the Nazi regime.
It is so incredibly disrespectful to these two men to write this new story line of Captain America. The writers have already said it isn’t a Skrull, or a LMD, or brainwashing… this is the new direction they are choosing to take the character in. In light of this new development I encourage everyone to remember the men behind the incredible Cap we have had for all these years and to take a stand against the new series. Don’t buy it, don’t reblog it, do not show anything but opposition to it.
Reblog if you believe Marvel isn't just 'for boys'.
Okay you guys, I need your help with something. A girl in my class (I am also a girl) told me today that ‘Marvel is for boys.’(She’s 15, like me.) I (obviously) disagree with this, because it shouldn’t be for any specific gender.
So, to prove her wrong, please spread the word and reblog this to prove that Marvel isn’t just for boys.
BK: Team Avatar wanted posters. Translation: “By royal decree of the Earth Queen: Wanted by Her Majesty, the Earth Queen, for crimes against the Kingdom. You will be rewarded handsomely for information leading to this criminal’s capture.” Designs by Christie Tseng and Christine Bian. Cleanup by Steve Hirt. Translation and calligraphy by S. L. Lee, PhD. Color by Sylvia Filcak-Blackwolf.