Falcon and the Winter Soldier (2021) – 136.18 – Captain America: Steve Rogers Vol. 1 (2016-2017)



Captain America:
Steve Rogers Vol. 1

Issue #10 Cover


The Official Story

(Captain America: Steve Rogers Vol. 1 (2016-2017)


Steven “Steve” Rogers, also known as Hydra Supreme and “Captain America”, is a major character from Marvel Comics. He is the main antagonist of the Marvel comic book event Secret Empire. He is the Steve Rogers from an alternate reality in which Rogers was indoctrinated by HYDRA as a child.


Early life

The young Steve Rogers first came into contact with Hydra in 1926, and was subsequently abducted to one of their training facilities. HYDRA attempted to indoctrinate him, and Steve refused to bend at first. He only accepted HYDRA’s ideology after the Daniel Whitehall, the Kraken, convinced him to embrace collectivism and the strong ruling over the weak. It his here where he would meet his soon-to-be best friend Helmut Zemo.

World War II

By World War II, HYDRA fought against the Allies. In 1940, Steve was sent on a mission to kill Abraham Erskine. However, in the moment of truth where he was about to kill him, he very nearly could not, so Zemo finished the job instead. Arnim Zola headed Project Rebirth with the Allies, and the super soldier experiment transformed the frail Steve into Captain America. As the Sentinel of Liberty, Steve would seemingly fight for the Allies while secretly supplying their information to HYDRA as a spy. At some point, Steve set out to leave the war after being forced by the Red Skull to pledge allegiance to him, but changed his plans when Elisa Sinclair told him about the Cosmic Cube, a weapon which the Allies planned to use to change the outcome of the conflict.

The World that Was

Captain America arrived in Ashomia, Japan, by 1945. There, he talked with the Kraken, and also saw Isaac Newton, the man who birthed Hydra from the spear, and the seer Nostradamus. Steve was given his mission: to do whatever’s necessary to fight the “illusion” constructed by the Allies and restore the world that was, his world. The pool then turned blue, as a sign of the Allies using the Cosmic Cube to rewrite reality. To protect himself from the reality alteration, Steve jumped into the pool, where he briefly saw flashes of events happening in the “illusion”, and was shocked as he saw these images. He would consequently awaken in a world where the Allies won the Second World War.

The Infiltration Begins

Once literally in the shoes of his original counterpart, Steve began his mission to restore the world he knew, or “the world that was”. He used his role and persona as America’s shining Avenger to infiltrate SHIELD. He also worked for the Red Skull at first, but then later killed him because he felt that the latter was abusing HYDRA to achieve selfish goals rather than the collective good. Steve coordinated the death of a World Security Council member, Charles Dalton, and framed Maria Hill for the murder, getting her fired and inconspicuously eliminating her from the political equation. Steve then manipulated SHIELD into enacting the SHIELD Act, which would give the Director of SHIELD absolute power over the country in a state of emergency.

Secret Empire

With the pieces in place, Hydra Steve put into action the events that would lead to his HYDRA’s rise to power. An attack on Earth by millions of Chitauri lured Alpha Flight and the Guardians of the Galaxy outside the bounds of the Planetary Defense Shield, while the Helicarrier Cresent was found “missing” (in reality, taken over by HYDRA forces). Steve also organized an Army of Evil consisting of the supervillains from Pleasant Hill and got them to launch an assault on Manhattan to lure many of the heroes there. Just when the world thought they had won another battle, Steve exiled Alpha Flight and the Guardians with the Shield, engulfed Manhattan with the Darkforce Dimension, and used the Crescent to raid the other SHIELD Helicarriers, brainwashing everyone inside with transmissions of Doctor Faustus’ voice. In the process, Hydra Steve reveals to Sharon Carter that he was the one behind the attacks all along, to the latter’s horror. Plus, the SHIELD Act gave Steve absolute control of the country in the state of emergency, thus giving him greater legal authority. Then, Steve launched a military takeover of the United States Government by attacking Washington, D.C. By the time the smoke cleared and the shooting stopped, Steve proved victorious over the U.S. Government, defeated the heroes that tried to thwart his assault, and by means of a Cosmic Cube Fragment, earned the loyalty of the magical hammer Mjolnir.

After successfully taking over the United States, Steve became the Supreme Leader of HYDRA, and altered the system of America into a totalitarian dictatorship. He revised the doctrines of America’s institutions, and revised them to make everyone believe that his world’s history (the one where HYDRA and the Axis Powers had won the war) was the real history of the world, and that the original history of the planet, the one where the Allies had won World War II, was nothing more than a “Great Illusion” constructed by the Allies. He is first seen in person confronting a man-eating monster named Krigorrath, with the former threatening the latter to leave and never return, lest be destroyed by the Supreme Leader’s forces. Krigorrath merely laughs at him and taunts him to bring out his army, his supposed “feast.” Steve responds by unleashing something “better than an army:” that is, HYDRA’s team of Avengers – Taskmaster, Deadpool, Doctor Octopus, Black Ant, Hive, Thor, Vision (infected by an AI virus), and the Scarlet Witch (possessed by the Elder God Chthon) to attack the giant beast. Krigorrath is no match for the combined attacks of HYDRA’s Avengers and is quickly defeated and killed.

Steve then discusses matters with his High Council, and Arnim Zola brings up the subject of Underground rebellions in Nevada. The Council urges him to make a statement by destroying Las Vegas for offering safe haven to Underground operatives, which Steve is reluctant to do so.

Then, Steve has a dinner with Sharon Carter, the latter whom is heartbroken and condemns Steve for betraying his country and everyone he knew, herself included. Steve tries to tell her that he is the real Steve Rogers and how much he loves her, and Sharon implores Steve to prove it by sparing Rick Jones from execution.

Steve visits Rick Jones in his jail cell, wherein the latter was imprisoned for hacking into HYDRA’s top-secret files. Steve tries to get Rick to reveal who he gave the files to, but Rick refuses by deliberately diverting the subject, the subject by asking him about the time when Rick dressed up as Bucky. Steve then tells Rick that he doesn’t want to see the people he care about suffer or die, but cannot help Rick escape. He begs Rick to say “Hail Hydra” so that Steve would be able to tell the people that Rick is loyal to Hydra and hopefully spared from execution, but Rick again refuses, to the latter’s despair.

Steve visits high-ranking Hydra member Elisa Sinclair, the latter whom urges him to do what is necessary for recover what was taken from Hydra. Captain America then lets Elisa destroy Las Vegas and gives a speech to the public as HYDRA warships utterly decimate the city, while Rick Jones is executed by firing squad.

Hunting for the Cosmic Cube

The distraught Captain America embarks on a search for the Cosmic Cube fragments, with the goals of using the whole Cube to change reality into the world he knew.


Hydra Supreme believes that the world will be better under Hydra’s collectivist, totalitarian kraterocracy, where power and authority is defined by might and violence. He knows that sacrifices must be made to achieve his goal, and thus committed various atrocities to fulfill his dreams.

Despite the egregiousness of his actions, Hydra Supreme truly believes in his heart that what he’s doing is for the greater good. He repeatedly expresses genuine understanding and concern for the people which the original Cap referred to as “friend.” Rick Jones is a primary example; when Rick Jones was on death row about to be executed by Hydra for breaking into top-secret files in the prison library, Steve Rogers told him that he derives no pleasure from watching the people he cares about suffer or die. However, Rogers also stays true to the principles which he sorely believes in, thus knows that he would have to sacrifice people if he must for what he believes to be the greater good, and also asserts that he will not help Rick escape due to the hypocrisy that would arise from that and the subsequent degradation of the ideals which Rogers was trying to uphold. In an effort to prevent Rick’s execution while conforming to his standards, Rogers implores Rick to say, “Hail Hydra,” so that Rogers could tell people that what Rick did was in the past, and shows true sorrow when Rick refuses, knowing that the latter would soon be shot by firing squad. Another case we’ve seen this is when Rogers unintentionally kills Black Widow while fighting against Spider-Man (Miles Morales); after killing her, Rogers shows sadness, having wanted to save them in his eyes – have them join his cause – instead of killing them. He is hesitant to utterly destroy the heroes he defeated even after they fought against him, issuing a “Day of Peace” that exonerated most of them from the firing squad. These heroes would later form the Underground insurgency movement, which would continue to fight back against his totalitarian regime.

But what makes Supreme Hydra the villain, despite his noble intentions, is that in pursuing his ideals he set about the mass incarceration and torture of millions of Inhumans in prison camps. In pursuing his visions he allowed Madame Hydra (Elisa Sinclair) to order the total obliteration of Las Vegas, killing millions in the process.



Full Name:Steven Rogers
Alias:Hydra Supreme
“Captain America”
Supreme Leader
Origin:Marvel Comics
Occupation:Dictator (Formerly)
HYDRA Sleeper Agent
Powers / Skills:Same as his counterpart from the Prime Marvel Universe
Cosmic Cube Fragment (formerly):
“Worthiness” to wield Mjolnir (illegitimately)
Probability alteration
Subliminal reality shifting
Hydra’s Supreme Armor (destroyed):
Resistance to harm
Cosmic Cube
Cosmic manipulation and alteration
Reality manipulation and alteration
Hobby:Killing monsters with Hydra’s Avengers.
Visiting HYDRA institutions.
Goals:Kill the Red Skull. (succeeded)
Take control of HYDRA (succeeded, organization defeated)
Infiltrate SHIELD (succeeded)
Detain as many Inhumans as possible in prison camps.
Take over the United States as dictator and change the U.S. into a nation which he believes will forge a stronger society.(both temporarily succeeded)
Defeat the Underground. (failed)
Convince Sharon Carter that he is the real Steve Rogers which she loved. (failed)
Alter reality to his image with the Cosmic Cube. (VERY briefly succeeded, later reversed)
Gaming the system
Attempted world hegemony
Mass internment
Mass torture
Enforced destruction
Type of Villain:Tyrannical Doppelganger


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The Truth


Predictive Programming is the concept whereby conspirators plan a false flag operation, they hide references to it in the popular media before the atrocity takes place; when the event occurs, the public has softened up, and therefore passively accepts it rather than offering resistance or opposition.


The New World Order (NWO) is a conspiracy theory which hypothesizes a secretly emerging totalitarian world government. The common theme in conspiracy theories about a New World Order is that a secretive power elite with a globalist agenda is conspiring to eventually rule the world through an authoritarian world government—which will replace sovereign nation-states—and an all-encompassing propaganda whose ideology hails the establishment of the New World Order as the culmination of history’s progress. Many influential historical and contemporary figures have therefore been alleged to be part of a cabal that operates through many front organizations to orchestrate significant political and financial events, ranging from causing systemic crises to pushing through controversial policies, at both national and international levels, as steps in an ongoing plot to achieve world domination.

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(Marvel Comics)


HYDRA is a fictional Nazi terrorist organization that appears in the Marvel universe. They are the main antagonists of the Captain America franchise, though they have also menaced many other superheroes over the years.

HYDRA was established during World War II by the German Third Reich as a secretive organization to further the Reich’s goals. Though the war ended in Germany’s defeat, HYDRA survived and expanded into a global criminal organization dedicated to undermining society and establishing a fascist one world order.



Full Name:HYDRA
Origin:Marvel Comics
Foundation:World War II
Headquarters:Nazi Germany (formerly)
Washington, DC, USA
Commanders:Red Skull
Baron Wolfgang von Strucker
Madame Viper
Arnim Zola
Powers / Skills:Vast wealth and resources
Bases and cells all over the world
Control over many other organizations
Connections to various world governments and institutions
Advanced technology
Vast armies of soldiers and assassins
Firearms and other weaponry
Goals:Create a superhuman Master Race.
Destroy S.H.I.E.L.D. and its allies.
Defeat and destroy the Avengers.
Conquer the entire world and rule it (all ongoing).
Crimes:Attempted world domination
Innumerable war crimes
Mass murder
Attempted genocide
Mass destruction
Illegal experiment
Organized crime
Serial rape
Grave robbery
Animal cruelty
Unlawful imprisonment
Hate crimes
Weapons dealing
Crimes against humanity
Abuse (physical and psychological)
Illegal dealings
Type of Villains:Power-Hungry Totalitarians




(of a stimulus or mental process) below the threshold of sensation or consciousness; perceived by or affecting someone’s mind without their being aware of it.





A false flag is a covert operation designed to deceive; the deception creates the appearance of a particular party, group, or nation being responsible for some activity, disguising the actual source of responsibility.

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