Captain America: MCU Mini Feminist Reviews

Peggy Carter (left) is one of the prominent female leads of the Captain America storyline. Her role defies damsel in distress stereotypes and shows her, instead, as a capable leader. // Image via Marvel Studios

Captain America: The First Avenger

Promo photo for Captain America: The First Avenger. // Image via Marvel Studios
Steve Rogers (Chris Evans) started as a small and skinny man, looking to help his country. It wasn’t because of his physical abilities that he was chosen to be a super-soldier, it was because of his smarts and moral fiber. And, of course, the muscles came later. // Photos via Marvel Studios
Peggy Carter (Hayley Atwell) is one of Steve Roger’s closest allies when he first becomes Captain America. She not only kicks ass, but demonstrates herself to be a competent, intelligent leader. // Photo via Marvel Studios

Feminist Rating: 5/10

Captain America: The Winter Soldier

Promo photo for Captain America: The Winter Soldier // Via Marvel Studios
From Captain America The Winter Soldier. // Via Giphy

Feminist Rating: 5/10

Captain America: Civil War

Captain America: Civil War promo poster // Via Marvel Studios
Black Widow (left) and Scarlet Witch are the only women heroes in Civil War. // Photos via Marvel Studios

Feminist Rating: 6/10

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