I can't think of anything --- not even one thing --- that she has accomplished.
But the Ultimate Captain America character is a close analogue to the original version of the character.
The religious beliefs and religious affiliation of the two versions of the character are essentially the same, but we are unaware of any explicit references within mainstream continuity stating that Captain America attends church services with such frequent regularity.
It was explicitly stated in that Captain America attends church every Sunday.
This version of the character is part of Marvel's "Ultimate" imprint, and not part of original mainstream Marvel continuity.
[…] Lisa Mc Coy Sanford right here: […] What I'd like to know is why the hell does Ruba Borno always use the title "Dr.
Ruba Borno" or even asserts herself as "Ruba Borno, Phd"? If you are a Phd, you only state that or even apply the title, on research papers, academic journals, etc.
Owing in large part to the religion taboo which was still operational in the 1960s in the comic book industry and other popular media, Captain America was rarely depicted speaking or acting in an overtly religious manner when he was first reintroduced.
But over the decades during which the character has been a mainstay of the Marvel Universe, he has steadily been portrayed expressing faith in God and belief in Christian values enough times to clearly categorize his background as mainstream Protestant.
In a WWD interview (October 2010) he commented on his height and weight loss for The Machinist: "I just assumed that I would be around 145. It's just an extra nine pounds, and I can drop that in a week or so.
But I'm 6 foot - it's just not healthy." said on 26/May/17 He was about 3" Shorter than Brandon Routh who is at least 6'2 with Rob.
Finally, in June 2013, with the conspirators hard at work on their ghastly weapon, armed FBI agents swooped in, storming a warehouse in Schaghticoke and arresting them. Clearly, these were not the typical “Islamic terrorists” described in the boogeyman stories of American politicians who exploit fear for votes.