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  • Androids, aliens and wizards.

  • That's not a thing that's definitely no.

  • It's not Every time we fight, we fight one of the three.

  • Welcome to watch Mojo.

  • And today we're counting down our picks for the top 10 Things you Missed in the Falcon and The Winter Soldier episode to Battle Stop John Spartan.

  • It's the power brokers, man.

  • Everybody grab what you can.

  • It's always that last line for this list.

  • We're looking at the Easter Eggs, comic book references and see you call backs you might have missed in this episode of the Disney Plus series.

  • Since we'll be talking about every detail.

  • Beware of big spoilers flying your way.

  • Which of these flu under your radar let us know in the comments below Number 10, Carly is already doing better than her comic counterpart.

  • So what do you got?

  • Well, the leaders names Carly Morgan Thaw.

  • When fans found out a character named Carly Morgan thought would appear on the show, they suspected she was meant to be a new take on Carl Morgan Thaw the original flag smasher.

  • The show played with this connection, by the way they introduced her character when Flag Smasher first appeared in Captain America issue number 3 12.

  • He fought the titular hero, but the villain ultimately loses to the Star Spangled Man flag.

  • Smasher leader Carly also fights a version of Cap only a few minutes after she's introduced.

  • But unlike her comic counterpart, she walks away from this battle victorious Hello, girl, Kick your ass I.

  • Carly's Triumph is both a nice twist on the originals, origins and confirmation that she is a huge threat.

  • We got a glimpse of how things could be mhm.

  • Yeah, I need to know that you're committed because after tomorrow, there's no going back.

  • Number nine.

  • Captain America carries a gun again during the fight with the flag smashers, John Walker uses a handgun to save his friend.

  • Lamar got way right.

  • His choice of weapon gave us a great call back to the first Captain America movie.

  • While Steve used his shield heavily in that movie, he was firing his own pistol in several key scenes.

  • After he was unfrozen, he largely stopped using firearms in battle a shield and the occasional hammer seemed to be his primary weapons of choice.

  • I knew it, since we don't think Walker is worthy of mule near quite yet.

  • We think he'll keep his firearm a little while longer.

  • After all, Carrying the pistol at the start of your career is sort of an unofficial Captain America tradition.

  • Did you know Steve Rogers?

  • Well, I was two years out of West Point when Steve came back on the scene.

  • I followed his career very closely as an adventure Number eight.

  • We understood that grenade reference to say Bucky isn't happy with Walker.

  • Being the new captain America would be an understatement.

  • Shortly after they meet, the former winter soldier asks the new Captain America a very pointed question about grenades.

  • Just because you carry that shield, it doesn't mean you're Captain America.

  • Look, I've done the work, okay?

  • You ever jump on top of a grenade?

  • Bucky's question is another throwback to the first movie.

  • Before Steve gained his abilities, he risked his life to save his fellow soldiers by throwing his body on top of a grenade grenade.

  • Get away, Get back.

  • Fortunately, it was just a dummy grenade, but it's false.

  • Nature did not take away from how heroic and selfless Steve proved he was by jumping on top of it to save lives.

  • Although Walker also has stories about grenades, they just don't sound as impressive as Steve's encounter.

  • Actually, I have four times the thing I do with my helmet to reinforce Element.

  • It's a long story.

  • Number seven.

  • Bucky tries to imitate Steve's plane jumps.

  • Where's the shoot?

  • We're 200 ft.

  • It's too low for a shoot.

  • I don't need it anyway.

  • Steve Rogers has a bad habit of jumping out of planes when it isn't totally safe to do so.

  • In the first film, he jumped out of a plane in a ridiculously dangerous area during Captain America, The Winter Soldier.

  • He doesn't even bother with a parachute when he exits his aircraft.

  • Too busy.

  • Is he wearing a parachute?

  • No, no, he wasn't.

  • We think Bucky heard these stories and wanted to imitate his old friend in the episodes.

  • Funniest scene.

  • Barnes decides to jump from a plane with no shoot.

  • But unlike Captain America, he doesn't exactly land gracefully.

  • He helped.

  • Bucky doesn't take his crash landing too hard.

  • Not everyone can recklessly jump from a plane like Steve.

  • I have all of that on camera.

  • You know that right?

  • Number six power broker may empower another hero.

  • Dammit, We gotta move out now.

  • They found this.

  • How much time do we have?

  • None.

  • It's the power brokers, man.

  • Everybody grab what you can.

  • After just appearing as a name in the credits.

  • The power broker made a much bigger splash in the second episode by sending armed men after Carly.

  • Since she got away, he may resort to another strategy to get back at her.

  • We've previously mentioned that the power broker once gave Walker Super Abilities in the comics, but the villain didn't stop there.

  • The power broker also helped Lemar Hoskins, aka Battlestar becomes super strong in their current state.

  • Hoskins and Walker could barely touched the flag smashers Who took the Super Soldier serum?

  • How in the hell after 80 years of the eight Super soldiers running loose, B B.

  • So that didn't go as planned, huh?

  • And the power broker wants to see Carly fall.

  • Maybe he's willing to give powers to Hoskins and Walker if they agreed to take down Carly.

  • Where is she now, Walker?

  • Do you?

  • No, no, we don't know Bucky, but it's only a matter of time before we find out things are really intense for you aren't they walk Number five, a new take on a familiar tune.

  • Go to work.

  • At the start of the second episode, Walker makes a big entrance, while the Captain America Drum Corps plays an energetic song.

  • The credits confirmed they're playing The Star Spangled Man.

  • This song first appeared in the M.

  • C.

  • You during you guessed it, Captain America's first movie.

  • We mainly heard the tune when Steve performed in front of various audiences.

  • The show's version is bigger, more bombastic and feels more modern.

  • It's a great metaphor for the passing of the Captain America Mantle, just like the drum corps, had a different take on a familiar song.

  • Walker will be a different take on the hero we know and love hopefully will grow to like him.

  • As much as we dig this new version of Star Spangled Man, Star Spangled Man with a plan and all that, it's always been in the job description.

  • Number four.

  • The History Behind the White Wolf moniker.

  • Little Time in Wakanda and you Come Out, White Panther.

  • That's actually why Wolf we heard Bucky's newest nickname for the first time during Infinity War.

  • This 1 may be tired of what with the white Wolf has arrested long enough.

  • But before he was called the White Wolf, that name belonged to a very different person.

  • In the comics, a white man named Hunter survived a plane crash near Wakanda.

  • The king took pity and treated Hunter like a son, but the rest of the citizens saw him as an outcast.

  • After growing more bitter and brutal, Hunter was nicknamed The White Wolf and eventually attacked The Black Panther.

  • Bucky was treated with kindness and respect in Wakanda.

  • So instead of the white Wolf title being a bad omen, we think it's a nickname he wears with pride as a sign of his love for the nation.

  • I had a little calm in Wakanda.

  • Yeah, and other than that, I just went from one fight to another.

  • Number three.

  • The serious origins of the name Battlestar from my hospital.

  • Look, I see a guy hanging out of a helicopter in tactical gear.

  • I need a lot more than Lemar Hoskins, Battlestar John, Spartan Battlestar.

  • It may have sounded a little ridiculous when Hoskins introduced himself as Battlestar, but there's an extremely good reason why he goes by that name when Walker became Captain America in the comics.

  • He chose Hoskins to be his right hand man, but there was a catch.

  • Although Caps comic Sidekick was previously called Bucky, that name has a history of being an extremely offensive term that was used to describe African Americans.

  • So Hoskins eventually agrees to fight alongside the new cap as Battlestar.

  • Is it a good superhero name, or does it make him sound like a Star Wars character?

  • This is gentle, have no current visit.

  • We know who he is to repair.

  • It is an honor, general.

  • That's for you to decide.

  • But no matter how you feel about Battlestar, it is definitely 1000 times better than using a name with troubling implications.

  • John Walker, Captain America For more Hoskins looks like you guys use some help.

  • Number two.

  • How Isaiah's Imprisonment May Relate to Sam's life Sam is Isaiah.

  • He was a Euro, one of the ones that Hydra for the most.

  • Like Steve, Isaiah Bradley reveals many heartbreaking truths during his first appearance.

  • One of the most tragic things he mentions is that he was sent to jail for 30 years after serving his country in the comics.

  • Bradley took a Captain America suit and shield to help him complete his final mission.

  • When he returned home, he was given a life sentence for stealing the costume and ended up in solitary confinement for 17 years.

  • Bradley's comic book story Parallel Sam's speech to Bucky about the consequences of stealing calf shield.

  • You remember what happened the last time we stole it?

  • Maybe I'll help you.

  • In case you forgot, Sharon was branded enemy of the state, and Steve and Iowa on the run for two years, the comic version of Bradley and Sam were both just trying to help people.

  • But in the end, they were both punished by the nation they had given so much to protect.

  • Oh, God, I am so sorry, Mr Wilson.

  • I didn't recognize you without the caucus.

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  • Number one, A young Avenger.

  • You must not hear what I just said.

  • You mean getting the tops.

  • Yeah, you can leave now.

  • The young man who answers the door at the Bradley Residents is listed on IMDb as Eli Bradley.

  • If that Eli is short for Elijah, then we may have met another future hero.

  • There is a comic storyline where Elijah takes up the mantle of Patriot and fights with the Young Avengers.

  • Although he initially takes a mutant hormone to get stronger and faster, he gains permanent super Soldier abilities after getting a blood transfusion from Isaiah.

  • We've already met other potential young Avengers in the EU like Cassie Lang, Billy and Tommy.

  • Listen, boys, your mother and I never really prepared you for this, but you were going for it.

  • And traditional members like Kate Bishops Hawkeye will debut soon.

  • If Eli Bradley follows in the footsteps of his comic book counterpart, he might become one of the founding members of the team.

  • Were nice kid, do you agree with our picks?

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