Captain America Marvel Comics Avengers Steve Rogers
Doesn't matter what the press says. Doesn't matter what the politicians or the mobs say. Doesn't matter if the whole country decides that something wrong is something right. This nation was founded on one principle above all else: The requirement that we stand up for what we believe, no matter the odds or the consequences. When the mob and the press and the whole world tell you to move, your job is to plant yourself like a tree beside the river of truth, and tell the whole world -- No, YOU move.
~ Captain America


Captain America is a superhero from Marvel comics who fought against the Red Skull during WWII as part of a secret super-soldier experiment - he was revived in the modern age by the Avengers and became their leader as a champion of the ideals of truth, justice and the American dream.

Powers and Stats

Tier: At least 9-B

Name: Steve Rogers, Captain America

Origin: Marvel Comics, Captain America Comics #1

Gender: Male

Age: 30s (he was frozen for decades and like with most comic characters his age gets perpetually retconned, otherwise he'd be 94 by now)

Classification: Human enhanced by a chemical serum

Powers and Abilities: Superhuman Superhuman Physical Characteristics (super soldier serum makes it so he does not feel fatigue, but he still can't operate indefinitely with no rest), endurance, master of multiple martial arts (he mainly utilizes American Boxing, Judo, Aikido, Jujutsu. However, he has utilized other martial arts including hand techniques in Ninjutsu, Karate, Muay Thai, Escrima, Chin Na, Wing Chun, Northern Shaolin kicking methods and Wushu with his gymnastics ability creating a style that suits his strengths and enables him to use his knowledge to the best of his ability. He is considered one of the finest martial artists on Earth.), has an indestructible shield, incredibly skilled and accurate with his shield, master acrobat.

Attack Potency: At least Wall level+ (Made a man sized hole on a wall with a single strike, tackled though a tree with little difficulty, and cracked a wall with a slam.)

Speed: At least Hypersonic+ combat speed (Comparable to the Black Panther. Caught a torpedo with his hands)

Lifting Strength: According to Marvel, he can lift 1000 lbs making him at least Superhuman, but he has shown feats that put him at Class 5 (such as picking up a tree, a telephone pole, etc).

Striking Strength: At least Wall Class+

Durability: Likely Wall level+ most of the time (has survived falls from buildings, being shot, and several other injuries). His shield can take at least Solar System level attacks with little cosmetic damage.

Stamina: Above peak human, can continuously exert himself without feeling fatigue, although he will need to rest eventually.

Range: Standard melee range, at least hundreds of meters with his shield throw

Standard Equipment: His shield, which is made from an alloy of steel and Wakandan vibranium and an unknown third component. It is stronger than adamantium and requires cosmic-level forces to damage it. It also can nullify kinetic energy meaning that he can use it to block huge impacts like Herald-level punches and not be liquefied by the momentum.

Intelligence: Mastery of multiple martial arts and HtH combat styles, excellent battle tactician and strategist, capable of leading teams of superbeings effectively in battle, decades of experience fighting almost every conceivable type of enemy.

Weaknesses: None notable

Notable Attacks/Techniques:

  • Shield Throw: He can throw his shield as a weapon, he is very accurate with it and can tag multiple enemies with a single throw, as well as hit specific points on an enemy, he can throw the shield with great power and often it is angled like a boomerang so it will return to him after he throws it.

Note 1: There have been several characters named Captain America in Marvel Comics, including the current one, but this profile only covers Steve Rogers, the original and most widely - known version.

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