Friday Night on the ISB
As you may have heard from Kevin, the final issue of Civil War: Frontline, a book that manages to be so unflinchingly awful that it laps back around to "hilarious," involves a scene where journalist Sally Floyd takes Captain America to task for an apparent cultural irrelevance.
As someone whose very first Marvel Comic was an issue of Cap, my immediate fannish response is to leap to Cap's defense, but, well, she's right. Captain America, the Living Legend of World War II, probably doesn't spend his free time hitting on underage girls via MySpace or checking out videos of people lip-synching to Coldplay on YouTube.
Maybe because he's been busy FIGHTING A BEAR.
And damn it, he did it for America.
(Images from Mark Gruenwald and Tom Morgan's Captain America #336)