Warning! Spoilers for Avengers Forever #7 by Marvel Comics
The Multiverse's Avengers team is recruiting a new combination hero to join their team as a Hulk-Captain America could soon be added to their roster. In Avengers Forever #7 from Marvel Comics, Ghost-Rider and Tony Stark's Ant-Man watch several Captain America variants from across the cosmos train in a boot camp run by other Captain Americas. However, they realize the Steve Rogers they want is on a different Earth entirely.
Captain America and the Hulk are both long-tenured members of the Avengers, with the Jade Giant being a part of the inaugural team, while Steve Rogers joined a few issues after their debut. In different stories, the two heroes have become one, as magical and multiversal circumstances led to a few versions of a combination Hulk/Captain America hero. However, with the Multiverse threatened by the Multiversal Masters of Evil, Ghost-Rider is recruiting his own team to fight back - including a new hybrid of Hulk and Cap that the team will track down in a different reality.SCREENRANT VIDEO OF THE DAY
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In Avengers Forever #7 by Jason Aaron, Aaron Kuder, Cam Smith, Guru eFX, and VC's Cory Petit, several new Captain America variants are introduced. From a Wolverine-Captain America hybrid to a dog-version of Steve Rogers, Ghost Rider, Deathlok, and Ant-Man, watch to see if any of the versions of Cap are worth adding to their roster to take on the Multiversal Masters of Evil. After seeing the heroes go through a boot camp and determining none of them were good enough, they decide to go on a different route with their Steve Rogers, as they choose to track down a Hulk-Captain America variant from another Earth.
The Multiverse Avengers need all the help they can get, but they aren't going to allow just anyone on the team because they're desperate. Ghost-Rider realizes that they need a Captain America capable of taking on the most powerful villains across the Multiverse and doesn't seem a Steve Rogers in the boot camp he deems worthy of doing so. So, they're going to travel to Earth-44978 to track down the Hulk-Captain America and get the heavy hitter to help save the Multiverse.
The Multiverse Avengers realize the impossible odds they face against the Multiversal Masters of Evil. To stop them, the team will have to be as strong as possible, which makes recruiting a Hulk-Captain America hybrid as their version of Steve Rogers a no-brainer. Readers can learn more about the Avengers' efforts to recruit new members in Avengers Forever #7 from Marvel Comics, which is in comic book stores now.