The John Walker contort in The Falcon and the Winter Soldier scene 4 references comparatively stunning and dubious Captain America stories from Marvel Comics’ other “Extreme” universe Earth-1610. Toward the finish of “The Whole World Is Watching,” Walker who had dosed himself with the Super-Soldier Serum severely pounds the life out of a man in a scene shockingly horrifying for the MCU. The second immovably sets up that John Walker is ill suited to be Captain America, yet additionally makes a discourse on the morals of military-endorsed viciousness. The shots are outlined in a way reminiscent of scenes from Mark Millar’s The Ultimates run, which also incited inquiries on Captain America and ethical quality.
John Walker’s reaction, anyway traditionalist, is deliberate. The Super-Soldier pursues down the closest of the Flag-Smasher, Nico, and violently cudgels the man to death while a frightened group looks on. Nico had given up and represented no impending risk, further showing how horrendous and unfeeling Walker’s senses are. The organizing and Walker’s method of assault both reverberation scenes from Ultimates that saw Steve Rogers’ Captain America ruthlessly beat an adversary with deadly power: him assaulting Herr Kleiser with his safeguard, and him murdering Azerbaijani fear monger Abdul Al-Rahman.
The Falcon and the Winter Soldier is definitely more satisfactory than The Ultimates, and the Disney+ arrangement has been mindful so as to define up clear good limits: without totally reproving the American military, the arrangement reprimands promulgation and “heartless” brutality. In the MCU, hostility is frequently vital — however the legends are isolated from the lowlifess by their capacity to practice control and show leniency.