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Referencing the comic book superhero first published by Timely Comics in Captain America Comics #1 (March 1941) and created by Joe Simon and Jack Kirby. Steve Rogers was injected with a super-soldier formula during World War II and gained peak human strength and reflexes. Equipped with an indestructible shield, Rogers donned the costume of Captain America and battled Nazis with his partner Bucky. An explosion of a drone plane threw him into the North Atlantic where he floated for decades in a block of ice before being revived. As part of the Marvel Comics roster of characters, he joined the Avengers and battled crime on his own as well. The character was killed off in March 2007 but has since been brought back in Captain America Reborn in the summer of 2009. A feature movie with the character was released in 2011.