Originally Posted by herolee10
The one thing that I'm trying to figure out is whether they're prepping Captain America to "take over" what's left of SHIELD by the end of the film or if they're just paving the way for him to eventually leave it and be on his own or regroup with the Avengers at the end of it.
Personally, I enjoy any chance in seeing Captain America leading any group since it just comes off feeling right, which is really in credit to Evans' acting and portrayal of the character.
I think it's possible that Captain America may be the first hero to break the bad trend that Marvel Studios seems to have when it comes to delivering a sequel for a solo hero that is viewed by a majority as living up or surpassing both expectations and by what was established in the character's previous's film.
Agreed, but I will say I think most people agree Iron Man 3 was better than Iron Man 2. Now, the first Iron Man is still the favorite by most, but Iron Man 3 DID beat Iron Man 2 for most. But, that is a topic for another forum!