The cover of an upcoming comic features America’s butt as the center point.
This cover of an upcoming Captain America comic takes center stage on the hero’s butt, and he looks a lot like Chris Evans.
join the conversation
Captain America has earned great recognition and admiration from fans, thanks to his abilities as a hero, as well as for his good will and great intention to do good. Both in Marvel Comics and in the UCM stories, the kindness and integrity that this character possesses has been portrayed very well.
Although his virtues and qualities are, in large part, what has allowed Captain America to become so popular among Marvel fans, recently, he has been one of its physical attributes that has drawn attention of fans of the franchise.
And it is that, recently, Marvel has shown the variant cover of an upcoming issue of the Captain America comic, and in it you can see as a central point the butt of the character, which reflects a certain similarity with that of actor Chris Evans. Next, we tell you all the details about it.
“America’s butt” stars on this cover of an upcoming Marvel comic
Recently, Marvel has released a statement in which announces the premiere of the next volume #750 of the Captain America comic, letting it be known that the launch of said number will take place in the month of July of this year 2023.
Likewise, this statement has provided some information regarding this upcoming release of Marvel Comics, also revealing various variant covers of this issue.
One of the various variants set forth in the communiqué in question, shows Captain America, facing awayholding the flag of the United States, and holding his shield with his other hand.
The truly curious thing about this variant cover is the fact that it has a quite remarkable resemblance to Chris Evans, the actor of Captain America in the UCM, because both His face and his buttocks are extremely similar to those of the actor.
This could be a fun reference to the phrase said by Scott Lang in the film Avengers: Endgame, when Steve Rogers was fighting his past self. In said scene, Iron Man looks at Captain America from the past, and tells present-day Steve Rogers that his old suit didn’t suit his butt, to which Ant-Man responds by saying that “That’s America’s ass”.
In the same way, this cover could be a kind of support for the popular campaign of a few years ago, called “Hawkeye Initiative”, in which fans were opposed to hypersexualized portrayals of heroines in the comics, such as with Mary Jane on the controversial cover of a Spider-Man comic.
In this campaign, fans made drawings recreating comic panels in which a heroine was in a suggestive position, but replacing the character in the scene with the hero Hawkeyeresulting in absolutely hilarious illustrations of this iconic avenger.
Regardless of whether it’s a reference to Chris Evans or a contribution to the Hawkeye Initiative, there’s no doubt that this Captain America cover is something pretty iconic, and that, although it was only announced recently, it already It has become an absolute rage among Marvel fans..
join the conversation