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Sunday, 7 June 2009

Which Captain America will return to the Marvel universe?

Recent pictures and rumours about the forthcoming Captain America #600 have included the possibility of Steve Rogers returning after his assassination a while back.

Images have included the Heroes Reborn female Bucky as shown below.

How can an alternative universe character end up in the regular Marvel universe and how could Steve Rogers return in a comic book logical way.

This memo from Reed Richards to Tony Stark could explain both.

If it is true then the Ultimate universe Steve Rogers would be a nice addition to the Marvel U.

If none of this made sense go to your local comic shop and buy The Ultimates and lots of other comics. They are good.

Cheers to the excellent Rich Johnston at Bleeding Cool for the heads up.

What are your thoughts on this?

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