The Falcon And The Winter Soldier Just Introduced Us To Two New Captain Americas

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As you probably could have guessed, Isaiah Bradley is a character who originated in the pages of Marvel Comics, and it’s a faithful interpretation of the hero – albeit one that changes his history a bit. He was created by Robert Morales, Kyle Baker and Axel Alonso in 2003, and was revealed in the limited series “Truth: Red, White & Black” to have been a part of super soldier experiments on African Americans following the success with Steve Rogers. Being the only survivor, Bradley took on the mantle of Captain America at the end of World War II, but this was ultimately viewed as treasonous, and he was sent to prison. His story was written to reflect the true horrors of the Tuskegee Syphilis Study, and the Marvel Cinematic Universe take does it justice with its deep, emotional introduction of Bradley in The Falcon And The Winter Soldier (and a stunning performance by Carl Lumbly).

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