My name is Shervell Jones and the first thing you need to know about me is that I am going to the next best thing to happen television and film.

I consider myself a pacifist. I understand the use of force to protect the things you love, but I don't accept that it is the only way.

I love watching all genres of movies, especially horror and comedy.

I love to write and read books, as well as screenplays, comics, and graphic novels. I am a huge anime and manga fan. Go on, test me ?

I love to look at the sky, whether it be night or day. I'm not just shooting for the stars, I'm taking on the universe.

I love all kinds of music, but my favorites are alternative rock, Hip Hop, and pop. I can freestyle with the best of them.

I'm very laidback, but at times very impulsive. I usually just do whatever feels right to my soul.
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[Tumblr MarvelCon Character Introduction] Steve Rogers—Sentinel of Liberty



Warning: Image-Heavy and Text-Heavy Post Ahead.  This sucker is LONG.


And with no further ado, I present to you, Steve Rogers.


Steve Rogers was born in New York City to Joseph and Sarah Rogers, poor Irish immigrants.  His father was an alcoholic who died when Steve was still a child, and his mother died of tuberculosis and/or pneumonia (depending on what universe you’re in and who you ask) when he was still a teenager.  Growing up during the Great Depression, he was scrawny and sickly in general himself.  He became an art student.  In early 1940, he attempted to enlist in the army due to his horror at the atrocities being committed in Europe, but he failed to pass the physical requirements.  Instead, he was invited to participate in Project Rebirth, the codename for a secret project that was intended to enhance US soldiers to the peak of human potential through a serum developed by Dr. Abraham Erskine (codename Reinstein). 

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