Top 5 on the Strip: Avengers Edition part 1

Steve Rogers/Captain Amer­ica: If you ever needed a leader and wanted to make sure your every direc­tive was fol­lowed, you employ Steve Rogers to get the job done. Rogers was the first Avenger and the last Avenger and the team’s heart and soul (and mom), no mat­ter the roster.

Bruce Banner/The Hulk: Bruce Ban­ner brings not only his vast genius intel­lect to the fight, but also his green angry alter ego Hulk, who is equal parts mad as he is cun­ning and destruc­tive. The mad­der Hulk gets, the bet­ter the out­come for the Avengers.

Tony Stark/Iron Man: Much like Ban­ner, Tony Stark brings his intel­lect to the fight and usu­ally other toys to ensure that the Avengers will win. Beyond that, Stark pro­vides a place for the Avengers to stay and upgrades for every team mem­ber. Think of him as the dad of the team as well as the brains of the organization.

Luke Cage: Now that Net­flix has brought some of the more back­ground Mar­vel char­ac­ters to the fore­front with excel­lent (but can­celed) TV shows, Luke Cage has a spot­light on him that show­cases his invalu­able con­tri­bu­tions. Cage is vir­tu­ally inde­struc­tible with super strength to match. The Hero for Hire hasn’t joined the Avengers in the Mar­vel Cin­e­matic Uni­verse just yet, but know that when he does, it will be worth the wait.

John Walker/U.S. Agent: An alter­nate ver­sion of Cap­tain Amer­ica, U.S. Agent is a bad dude. Receiv­ing his super strength from the Power Bro­ker, John Walker has gone against Cap­tain Amer­ica and won as well as joined the Avengers and its deriv­a­tives such as Nor­man Osborne’s Dark Avengers. Walker once worked for the Com­mis­sion on Super Human Activ­i­ties and has taken up the Cap­tain Amer­ica man­tle in the past.

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