Well guys, for some reason I can't get enough of superheroes from the Avengers movie that is coming out on Friday of this week. I was thinking if there was another popular character from Marvel Comics that folks loved and remembered from back in the day. I found one that I think will be liked, and it's "how to draw Captain America easy", step by step. I'm not gonna sit here and tell you that I am familiar with Captain America because I'm not. I didn't even see the movie yet and it's been out for a while now. Instead I'm gonna tell you that Captain America is a very visually attractive comic book figure that has a lot of courage inside. His real name is Steve Rogers and he is the son to Joseph and Sarah Rogers who were Irish immigrants from the old country. When Steve was young he lost his father, and soon later when he was a teenager, he lost his mother due to pneumonia. Loosing both parents left Steve an orphan. Because he had no family he decided to join the U.S. Army as he was discovered by General Chester Phillips. Phillips told Steve about a project called 'Rebirthâ. Steve agreed to be a test subject and soon after, his body underwent physical changes. He went from a tall scrawny kid into a masculine, buff man that excelled in strength agility, stamina, and intelligence. With all these new qualities, Steve Rogers became Captain America. I really do want to see the film and I think I might just have to rent it from Redbox. I think you will enjoy drawing Captain America easy because after all, he is being played by Chris Evans. Although, I didn't make my superhero look like Chris, but you will still be drawing a traditional looking comic book figure. I will be back soon so stick around once more.