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Do you think the new Captain America will be a registered hero (in accordance with the SHRA) or will he be underground, and unregistered like the few other heroes that are?


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Talezite




> Do you think the new Captain America will be a registered hero (in accordance with the SHRA) or will he be underground, and unregistered like the few other heroes that are?

I am going to guess registered and I have faith Brubaker to come up with a good reason as to why which is character driven like all of the story I have read by him thus far.


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KW




If it's Bucky then I'd hope that they go the route they went with Falcon: registered with some form of independence, where he is given the liscense and is granted legality as a hero but is only loosely associated with the Initiative. I wouldn't mind that as much as seeing him marching on to Camp Hammond. Besides, that would be a good way for him to represent ALL of American, pro and anti (to some extent) registration

> > Do you think the new Captain America will be a registered hero (in accordance with the SHRA) or will he be underground, and unregistered like the few other heroes that are?
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> I am going to guess registered and I have faith Brubaker to come up with a good reason as to why which is character driven like all of the story I have read by him thus far.


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Sandman




> Do you think the new Captain America will be a registered hero (in accordance with the SHRA) or will he be underground, and unregistered like the few other heroes that are?

If it's Bucky, and the new costume does look half Winter Soldier, I hope with the help of Fury he'll kick butt and represent the people who are beginning to realize they been had by Tony who's been manipulating them. Fighting for a solution over the cure that's worse then the disease, because I don't see Bucky working for Tony with the info I'm sure Fury gave him like 42 which he'll no doubt see as a concentration camp and then there's Clor which is like the sleepers that Cap had to deal with.

Continuing Steve's work in fighting for freedom over the pro-regs control over the country which is becoming more and more of a dictatorship disguised because of one man who thinks he sees the future better then anyone and of coarse repair the damages that Tony's policies have cause which has given people like the Red Skull and The Hood the advantage that they never had in the past.

I also hope he works with the Renegades at least once.

The Initiative is like a time bomb that someone needs to stop from exploding.


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Brand Echh




> > > Do you think the new Captain America will be a registered hero (in accordance with the SHRA) or will he be underground, and unregistered like the few other heroes that are?

> > I am going to guess registered and I have faith Brubaker to come up with a good reason as to why which is character driven like all of the story I have read by him thus far.

> If it's Bucky then I'd hope that they go the route they went with Falcon: registered with some form of independence, where he is given the liscense and is granted legality as a hero but is only loosely associated with the Initiative. I wouldn't mind that as much as seeing him marching on to Camp Hammond. Besides, that would be a good way for him to represent ALL of American, pro and anti (to some extent) registration

I'm going to guess that's the case. Brubaker did say the gun and knife were "issued" to the new Cap, implying some kind of government agency. Unless he works for a terrorist organization, he's registered.



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Hatman




> I'm going to guess that's the case. Brubaker did say the gun and knife were "issued" to the new Cap, implying some kind of government agency. Unless he works for a terrorist organization, he's registered.
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Unless Nick Fury did the issuing.

~Hat~


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Brand Echh




> > I'm going to guess that's the case. Brubaker did say the gun and knife were "issued" to the new Cap, implying some kind of government agency. Unless he works for a terrorist organization, he's registered.
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> Unless Nick Fury did the issuing.
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> ~Hat~


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