Marvel introduced the Kikapu tribe’s first Native American Captain America, Joe Gomez, who arrived on the 80th anniversary of the superhero’s birth
Mexico city. – Marvel continues to bet on diversity in its comics. The company revealed that the legend of Captain America will be starred by the writer Darcie Little Badger of the Nippon Apache Group and David Cutler, a member of the Garip Natives. This It is a new story in the legend of Captain America. , Published the Bureau of Reform.
In the third part of Captain America’s American Story, Marvel will also show the gay teenager Aaron Fisher (Aaron Fisher). He will also carry a shield to become the first gay captain in the United States. He will see Joe ·The arrival of Gomez (Joe Gomez) people kikapú.
After a mysterious thief steals the shield, the character will help Steve Rogers and Sam Wilson.
Little Badger, who co-founded Gomez with Cutler, explained that Joe is a construction worker who uses his skills to help end the destruction after an alien or villain attack.
Gomez likes to help his community and does not charge any fees to tribal elders. “Little Badger” reminds people of their own community.
The author commented: “I know many people like Joe, many of whom are my indigenous relatives, so it is great to develop a character with their values, strength and extreme crane handling skills.”
For Cutler, he said that creating an indigenous character for Marvel “means more than I can express.”
Marvel plans to tell the stories of different communities through Captain America. The first volume of the legend will go on sale in June next year. While waiting for its release, fans have already seen the image designed by Joe Gomez.