Captain America’s Biggest Fan Responds To Comic Twist


Comic book fans had an incredibly strong reaction after learning that the return of Steve Rogers as Captain America in the comic books, wasn’t what the return they had wished for. Last week fans learned that Steve Rogers was an undercover agent for Hydra since he was a young child.

Clark Gregg, who plays Agent Phil Coulson in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, took to Twitter to express his reaction to the comic book twist. Coulson is without a doubt one of the biggest fans of Captain America. He was shocked at first, using the hashtag #cantbelieveitdontbelieveitwontbelieve but later told writer Nick Spencer that he would wait and see where the story goes.

Spencer has already addressed outraged fans explaing that this is in fact Steve Rogers.

“This is not a clone, not an imposter, not mind control, not someone else acting through Steve. This really is Steve Rogers, Captain America himself.”



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  • Joseph Chaisson

    Again, I do not care about the twist. Cap was an okay comic book when I was growing up. Chris Evans cap movies are great. But this is not the MCU this is Marvel running out of ideas and is using lazy plot devices to move their comics forward.
    Much like the laziness Johns had with Rebirth. I don’t care where it goes it’s just lazy writing.

    • gooched

      How is Rebirth lazy?

      • Joseph Chaisson

        3 jokers. Dr. Manhatten creating the DCU. You go into the vaults of lame fan theories and those are forefront. Give a team of 4 creative people the ability to bounce ideas of each other, they will come up with great ideas.

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  • Maximillian Pegasus

    Time travel.

  • John V

    With Captain America becoming so huge in the MCU movie universe, Disney will not allow marvel proper to defame such a valuable asset,so yes theere is twisat,

  • Calling it now, it’s going to deal with someone messing with the time-line of the universe :p
    It’s going to be Steve, but a Steve that’s been changed due to someone going back in time to change something.

    It will then get fixed at the end LIKE COMICS ALWAYS DOES. Like when it turned out Stark was a villain all along! GASP – or when Steve died! GASP – or When Steve was turned old! GASP.

  • Hinscher

    Haven’t read any Marvel comics, except some X-Men/Wolverine, but I just feel this can’t make any sense.
    It would be like taking any Superhero and all of sudden saying they have been working for the most hated rival from the beginning.
    I’m sure Captain has many time thwarted Hydra’s plan’s solely by himself that if he was truly an undercover agent he would not have done something and Hydra would rule the world/universe. Just as it seems most superheroes do to their rivals a half dozen times easy.
    So how is Marvel going to explain Captain stopping Hydra in the past?