Captain America: The First Avenger was one of many comic book adaptions that have had a great success in the popular comic book. It’s an excellently-produced film with many nice action scenes as well as special effects. The movie will tell Steve Rogers’ story, including how he joined Marvel Universe. It also lets us see his transformation into a hero throughout the movie. Even though The First Avenger was a great film, many viewers were entertained by it. There were several issues. Let’s look at some of them…
It’s obvious at the outset that The First Avenger is going to have a strong patriotic sentiment. กัปตันอเมริกาภาค 1 He is against America and is determined to see it go down as he believes the country is in danger of being replaced by a new terrorist group. It’s a significant part of the movie’s plot. For a production of this size, it’s vital to make sure that antagonists are close to the plot so that we see how their motivations all tie together. A portion of the First Avenger’s pride in the United States is excessive and insignificant. Bucky is astonished to find the knife that killed his parents, takes it along and says “This knife will destroy America.”
This could easily be taken from an James Bond movie, where Bond takes out a few terrorists as a way of fight against evil. Rogers is screaming his hatred towards each villain that he meets on comics, and especially in The First Avenger’s first pages. Rogers ‘ obsession with every single person he encounters doesn’t help matters. This isn’t an easy comic to follow There’s really nothing to take the patriotic sentiments of the First Avenger too seriously.
Another problem I have with the movie is that none of the characters in the comic book always seem to be dying. The way to accomplish this is by using bodies count. As an example, if Bucky is shot by an sniper, his companion is shot and he gets injured, as well. Yet, no blood is visible on Bucky’s body, however, he’s breathing. It could be easily done with the help of the formula of comic books used to determine the cause of death in comic books, when an old and tired soldier falls off a rock and is buried to a gradual, and painful death.
It’s true that I am a fan of death and this story is suitable for comics. This is, however, a bit much, too to be in the early stages of the story. Of course, Rogers died, but his death was actually caused by a sniper. That could be anyone. He was shot by the Winter Soldier with a repulsor weapon, but the rifle didn’t shoot. The Winter Soldier was able to use his cloak in order to shield himself and didn’t even fall from the skies. Because he did not actually die in battle, I believe the Winter Soldier is cooler than Bucky.
Another thing that’s wrong with the murder is that Cap isn’t able to remember much of what happened. Cap doesn’t seem to remember Bucky and his previous life. My guess is that it’s due to the fact that Cap was impaired by alcohol or alcohol and was still in shock after being shot by a sniper. So, he doesn’t really have any idea the identity of Bucky is, or even where they’re located.
Cap’s story is probably one of the most heartfelt that we’ve seen in the current era of comics. Cap is a broken man and isn’t aware of his background has been since his earliest days as an infant. Though he longs to come home, he’s sure that his father will be fighting for his life. He does not want the life of a man without his father, this is why he set out on an adventure to uncover who’s following the man.
The First Avenger comic book series hasn’t reached the heights of the second, or third installments. Its popularity isn’t as high as the fourth or third Avenger comic books. It’s still a fantastic comic book , and is one every Marvel fan should pick up. It’s a book I’d highly recommend you read.