Steven Rogers was a genetically-enhanced super-soldier. Fully committing himself to the American war efforts, Steve bid farewell to his sweetheart and became the 6’3”, 250 lb Captain America. He undertook numerous covert operations, often accompanied by his best friend, Bucky Barnes. During WW2, he came into battle with Herr Kleiser, who introduced a prototype bomb made with alien technology and meant to target the White House. Though too late to stop its launch, Cap managed to stop it in mid-air and fell to the sea below. Believed deceased, Cap survived due to his physiology, but the hero went into a cryogenic state for over fifty years. Decades later, his body was found in the Arctic Ocean, frozen in a block of ice. Once awakened, he thought SHIELD agents were a group of Nazis who captured him, but realized he was in a different time after seeing modern New York City.
Captain America and the Ultimates, by Drake Tsui.
"Jimmy’s chameleon-like characterizations of Jett Rink are a litany of Hollywood Western postures and a tribute to its great stars, from Gary Cooper to Clark Gable. Significantly, Brando, in his interpretation of Don Corleone in The Godfather, used Jimmy’s power-crazed oil baron as the basis for his characterization, even incorporating cosmetic details like Jett Rink’s pencil mustache and hair in his make-up.”