Like him or Hate him?
I actually like the character, I always liked the back and forth with him and Cap. I also like how they made him his own character and not just a Cap clone. He's rash and bull headed where Cap is calm and as cool as a cucumber. I would like to see more of him though.
i like him. even tho he is a basically a heated up version of Cap(by that i mean the opposite as Cap is a watered down version of USagent... but u cant say that cuz Cap was 1st not USagent hence heated up)
u see hes cool, but u cant help it but to understand that the reason people dont like him is because he is like a alt universe of Cap in some way. Yes he is his own character, but when u look at him. and u find out how he is. U can still see hes Cap on a Bad Day, With a Bad Attitude. and etc.
maybe if he changed his costume he wouldnt be considered that.
Despite his suspect origins (as in reasons for his character creation) he HAS become a very fun character to read. He's hated or disliked by most of the Marvel U due to his no-nonsense overly-serious soldier attitude, but they can't deny his abilities and skills. He's like Cap if Steve really WAS a soldier instead of a civilian when he became Cap.
Despite his suspect origins (as in reasons for his character creation) he HAS become a very fun character to read. He's hated or disliked by most of the Marvel U due to his no-nonsense overly-serious soldier attitude, but they can't deny his abilities and skills. He's like Cap if Steve really WAS a soldier instead of a civilian when he became Cap."
I like him as a character, specialy because i wouldn't like him as a person, but i understand his background. He gives conflict to the sub-plots, but is not a jerk like Guy Gardner. Also, Rogers is too bipartisan, he´s always trying not to ofend anyone. Walker is direct, and you can be angry whith him whithout feeling bad at yourself.
U.S.Agent and Captain America are two sides to an American standpoint to moral integrities. If they were twin brother's Cap would be the calm one, and Walker would had probably been the drunk one who survived a car wreck. Both are characters, profiles reflective of the years they were translated of American culture. Captain America is the John Wayne of American integrity in combat: wise, courageous, loyal to country and government. His finest work derrided after 9/11 as a commentator for hope in times of despair. U.S.Agent is the darker foil, a reactionary who lost a brother in Vietnam and had his parents murdered by vigilante terrorists known as the Watchdogs. U.S.Agent is antagonistic for deeper losses than Captain America, a reciprocal of deception from Vietnam, Watergate, and the Iran-Contra affairs. U.S.Agent is the John Rambo of America: wounded, angry yet still noble- a man who wrestles pride over morale against his enemies. Captain America is the idealist, U.S.Agent is the realist.
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