Captain America has always been one of the most revered, principled and loved superhero of all times across the comic-book universe. Shockingly, Captain America was suggested to be a mole or traitor in the new Marvel comics titled Captain America: Steve Rogers # 1 created by Joe Simon and Jack Kirby who brought the character to life 75 years ago. He is shown to be a sleeping member of Hydra. Elisa Sinclair, who spends her time helping the poor of New York, rescued the young Steve Rogers from his abusive father. Elisa is shown as a member the HYDRA Society in the 1920s, and she insists Steve Rogers and his mother join HYDRA as well.
In the Captain America: Steve Rogers # 2, Marvel revealed the mystery behind the entire conspiracy, apparently, Red Skull used the cosmic cube to implant the false memories inside Steve Roger’s head to make him think he is HYDRA agent. But it was further revealed that the previous reality-warping was undone and Steve Rogers was always a loyal member of HYDRA from the start.
In the recent issue Captain America: Steve Rogers # 15, we saw Red Skull and Steve back and forth in their power struggle from the days of World War II. Before Red Skull could do anything, Steve Rogers pushed him off the window, killing him and claiming control of entire H.Y.D.R.A.
Fans are wondering where was Agent Coulson when all this was going down. Well, he was chasing leads and found hidden Chitauri nest kept by Steve Rogers as he knew aliens would attack the Earth. He immediately put Cap under surveillance and launched an investigation. But before he could do anything, he found his communications jammed, S.H.I.E.L.D Agents cut off from colleagues and none other than Deadpool fired at his signature ride.
We don’t know why Deadpool would do such a thing. For that, we need to wait for the arrival of Deadpool#31 to understand the motivations and objectives of such a vicious attack.