ByAaron Ku Gonzalez, writer at
Aaron Ku Gonzalez

Many of us know that a battle between mobs, military, and politicians is not very exciting right? but how about a battle between First Avenger vs First Insurgent? The first thing that made me want to write this article is that I'm a big fan of Captain America and recently turned into a fan of Deathstroke. Now how cool would it be to see both of these Super Soldiers collide? While one stands for everything that is good, the other stands for the exact opposite of this. Shall we take a look at the experience, and feats that make these two men SUPER.


A man is only as good as his word. But in the underground world of assassins, mercenaries, and guns-for-hire, words mean little. What matters is action and follow through—completing the mission. That’s what makes you good. Never failing—even when it comes to taking down the World’s Greatest Superheroes, some of the most powerful beings in the world—that’s what makes you the best. That’s what makes you Deathstroke. A military man, Slade Wilson was recruited into the special ops unit Team 7, where he participated in highly dangerous classified missions. Willing to do whatever he could to better himself, Slade underwent an experimental procedure that granted him enhanced speed, strength and intelligence, effectively making him the world's greatest soldier. Following the disbandment of Team 7, an embittered and jaded Slade would use his powers as a mercenary-for-hire and quickly gained a name for himself in the criminal world as the man to call when you want to make sure the job will get done. Beyond his heightened speed, strength, and senses, Deathstroke's greatest asset comes from his incredibly high intelligence, which makes him a master strategist and tactician. He is capable of standing toe-to-toe against some of the DC Universe's most gifted fighters and most powerful heroes. Never content with an easy assignment, Deathstroke continuously takes on tougher and more difficult tasks, constantly pushing himself further and further with an unwavering focus on getting the job done no matter what it takes, no matter how ruthless, deadly or manipulative he must be. He is, without question, the world’s greatest assassin and one of the most feared people on the planet.


Enlisting around the time the United States entered World War II, Steve Rogers voluntarily underwent six months of steroids, surgery, and other experimental treatments supervised by Dr. Erskine, becoming the world’s first genetically-enhanced super-soldier. The authorities seemed unable to replicate the process thereafter. Clad in stars-and-strips military fatigues, he became “Captain America“, his image used to bolster Allied recruiting.

Captain America undertook numerous covert operations, often accompanied by Bucky, now a war photographer, and sometimes alongside Canadian “Lucky” Jim Howlett, who would later become the X-Men Wolverine. In Poland in 1944, he battled Kleiser, one of the Nazi’s secret extraterrestrial Chitauri masters, blowing up a train delivering parts for a super weapon. A year later, he led an assault on an Icelandic base where the Nazis were launching a prototype nuclear bomb at the White House. As the rocket launched, he climbed aboard and wrecked its guidance system, causing it to explode seconds later. Though believed dead, Steve was thrown clear into the icy Arctic Ocean. Rather than dying, he seemingly fell into suspended animation and was found decades later by a team of marine biologists.

Captain America has enhanced strength, speed, endurance, agility and regenerative capacity; even severe injuries heal in days.

A tactical and strategic genius, Captain America has mastered numerous fighting forms and weapons, and can operate most standard military vehicles.

Now is your chance moviepilots who would win and why? Sound off on the comments below


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