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#1BUCKYFAN




While I must say that I have enjoyed Ed Brubaker’s work on this Captain America series I would like to see him show why Cap respected Bucky so much. Bucky had pretty much the same feelings and out look as Cap. Which is what made him idolize him so much, and want to become his partner. And Bucky was just a kid with no super powers.




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bigtimennotime




> While I must say that I have enjoyed Ed Brubaker’s work on this Captain America series I would like to see him show why Cap respected Bucky so much. Bucky had pretty much the same feelings and out look as Cap. Which is what made him idolize him so much, and want to become his partner. And Bucky was just a kid with no super powers.
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Bru did go into this a little during the "Winter Soldier" arc. He talked about how Cap was reluctant to take on a partner so young, but he did realize that America's youth needed a symbol and that Bucky could hold his own in a fight. Eventually, after years of fighting, they had developed a brotherly/best friend relationship that surpassed any other need in their relationship. I hope this helps.

-bigtime out.


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cold_war_myth





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> Bru did go into this a little during the "Winter Soldier" arc. He talked about how Cap was reluctant to take on a partner so young, but he did realize that America's youth needed a symbol and that Bucky could hold his own in a fight. Eventually, after years of fighting, they had developed a brotherly/best friend relationship that surpassed any other need in their relationship. I hope this helps.
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> -bigtime out.

while Big Time said this better than me, I throw my hat into the ring:

I agree, especially at the end of issue #11 where Steve flashes back to a WW2 conversation they had. Bucky says what Cap already knows, no one else understands Cap like Bucky does. And Cap realized this. Their friendship means they go out of the way to honor and help each other.


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#1BUCKYFAN




What I meant was that Buckys first thought was not to kill everyone. That now that he was back in control that he would try to subdue the villain first and only kill if it was know other way.

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> > Bru did go into this a little during the "Winter Soldier" arc. He talked about how Cap was reluctant to take on a partner so young, but he did realize that America's youth needed a symbol and that Bucky could hold his own in a fight. Eventually, after years of fighting, they had developed a brotherly/best friend relationship that surpassed any other need in their relationship. I hope this helps.
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> while Big Time said this better than me, I throw my hat into the ring:
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> I agree, especially at the end of issue #11 where Steve flashes back to a WW2 conversation they had. Bucky says what Cap already knows, no one else understands Cap like Bucky does. And Cap realized this. Their friendship means they go out of the way to honor and help each other.


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