"Avengers: Real And Imagined" (Comic books are jewish)

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President Camacho
The Philadelphia Inquirer
May 08, 2012|By Abe Novick

It was prophetic. In March 1941, some nine months before Pearl Harbor, two Jews drew Captain America punching Adolf Hitler right in the face.

That inaugural cover of the Marvel comic became such a pop culture icon that it was acted out in the 2011 movie Captain America: The First Avenger.

The embodiment of all that was great about America, Cap — like Superman, Batman, the X-Men, and so many other superheroes — was created by a pair of Jews, Joe Simon (born Hymie Simon) and Jack Kirby (born Jacob Kurtzberg).

Kirby grew up on the tough streets of New York’s Lower East Side, a hub of the Jewish immigrant experience. That became Cap’s address, too, in contrast to such fictionalized superhero homes as Metropolis and Gotham.

Steve Rogers, Captain America’s alias and Kirby’s doppelgänger, started out as a weakling, picked on, bullied, and too feeble to join the military. But an experiment by one Dr. Reinstein (sounds like Einstein) transforms him into a super-soldier. In time, Cap would become the leader of a group of superheroes called “The Avengers,” a film version of which Marvel (now owned by Disney) released over the weekend.

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Bob Dylan Roof
How can we ever repay the Jew for defining our triumphant national identity?


Captain Israel's superpower is lobbying Captain America to fight his wars.