Captain America

Too weak for the army, scrawny Steve Rogers served his country by signing up to be part of the experimental Super Soldier program during World War II. With increased abilities and his fabled shield, Captain America helped defeat Red Skull and the Nazis before disappearing.<br>
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Too weak for the army, scrawny Steve Rogers served his country by signing up to be part of the experimental Super Soldier program during World War II. With increased abilities and his fabled shield, Captain America helped defeat Red Skull and the Nazis before disappearing.

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