Or Five times Steve couldn't stand up for himself
and the one time he did.
Joseph laughed drunkenly, "How can you call that a son, Sarah? That weak thing is far from anything I'd want to call my son."
"Don't talk about him like that!"
The man took a step towards her, "You know what woman,"
"Run Steve, lock your door," Sarah whispered to the terrified boy.
Steve obeyed, and his sobs blocked out the sounds of glass breaking coming from the other room.
Captain America doesn't like bullies. But, he wasn't always able to stand up for himself. Time in time again he fell and could only stand with help.
"Bullies" tells stories of how Steve Rogers became Captain America.
Short chapters for the most part, this story and answers the question, who was Captain America before the serum.
Warning: Child Abuse and bullying.
#179 in Poor
#284 in Childhood
#13 in Greatdepresson
#2 in endoftheline
#1 in Getbackup
#192 in Weak
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