The Avengers are one of the most important superhero teams in the world, with each member fulfilling a specific purpose. Thor provides the strength, Iron Man provides financial backing and scientific expertise. Yet the team wouldn’t be the same without Captain America. Some people might consider the character bland compared to other superheroes, but in my opinion Steve Rogers represents more than having a cool set of powers. The Comic Vault is examining what Captain America represents and how he can be an inspiration to the people around him.
2018 is looking to be a busy year for digital marketing, with brands searching for new ways to reach their customers and drive engagement. 2018 is also set to be a great year for superheroes and a film I’m looking forward to seeing is Avengers: Infinity War. Before I let my inner fanboy take over, I’m sure you’re wondering how The Avengers franchise and digital marketing have anything in common.
The Avengers feature some of the most well-known superheroes in the world, but not every member started out as a hero. Some characters needed to earn their place and started out with dark intentions, which was the case with Wonder Man. Simon Williams started out as a rival to Tony Stark and a villain in the employment of Baron Zemo. Williams went on to become a full-fledged Avenger and one of the team’s most powerful members. The Comic Vault is looking into the character’s history to see how he evolved and what makes him a powerhouse.