Episode 7: The Replacements - Captain America

Thanks to the question from listener Justin B. (No, it's not Bieber), this is the first in a recurring feature we'll come back to every now and then, each time focusing on a different heroic identity.  We'll look at the people who have taken the place of the original, and what happened to them once the primogenitor returns.

 Who wants to help Cap punch ole' Hitler in the jaw?

Who wants to help Cap punch ole' Hitler in the jaw?

 This is a better question than "Spider-Man: Threat or Menace?"

This is a better question than "Spider-Man: Threat or Menace?"

 "No capes!"  Steve should have listened to Edna, as he tripped on this cape more than once.

"No capes!"  Steve should have listened to Edna, as he tripped on this cape more than once.

 Steve is the one on the left, although John Walker will wear the black costume as "U.S. Agent" down the road.

Steve is the one on the left, although John Walker will wear the black costume as "U.S. Agent" down the road.

 Turn around Bucky, and help Black Widow find her contact lens!

Turn around Bucky, and help Black Widow find her contact lens!

 You will believe a Cap can fly!

You will believe a Cap can fly!

 The infamous "Cap was Hydra all along" storyline.  Sam and Bucky play important roles.

The infamous "Cap was Hydra all along" storyline.  Sam and Bucky play important roles.

 Isaiah Bradley, aka "The Black Captain America."  Urban myth or forgotten hero? (Hint, it's the second one.)

Isaiah Bradley, aka "The Black Captain America."  Urban myth or forgotten hero? (Hint, it's the second one.)