(of Earth-725)

Real Name: Inapplicable

Identity/Class: Extradimensional (Earth-725) artificially intelligent robot

Occupation: Symbol of freedom

Group Membership: The artificial intelligence revolution

Affiliations: Other artificial intelligences

Enemies: Humanity, mutantkind

Known Relatives: Inapplicable

Aliases: None

Base of Operations: Presumably mobile

First Appearance: Marvel Knights Millennial Visions 2001 (February, 2002)

Powers/Abilities: Captain America did not display any superhuman powers but it could be assumed that it was likely stronger and much more durable than a normal human being. It also carried what appeared to be a holographic or photonic shield.

Height: Unrevealed (see comments)
Weight: Unrevealed (see comments)
Eyes: White
Hair: None

History: (Marvel Knights Millennial Visions 2001 - "The Artificial American Dream" (fb) - BTS) - Years after mutants and humans had put aside their differences and the world entered a new level of prosperity, technology advanced in leaps and bounds, including the creation of artificial intelligence. The newly-created A.I.s were tasked with performing tasks that people no longer wished to perform and they were sarcastically referred to as "perks" in society, essentially becoming modern-day slaves. As time passed, the artificial intelligences began grumbling of their situation, then protesting, eventually erupting into violence as man clashed with machine, with humans often initially the battles. To fight in the revolt, the artificial intelligences opted to create a warrior machine based on a man they had seen in modern history records, a symbol of all they wished to become and freedom known to man.

(Marvel Knights Millennial Vision 2001 - "The Artificial American Dream") - Creating their champion based on the heroic Captain America of the past, the artificial intelligences watched as this new Captain America stepped forward to lead a new revolution. Before it could determine whether it would be able to lead, decide whether to fight with words or weapons or find a way for man and machine to live side-by-side, Captain America realized it had to understand itself and its role as a symbol of freedom.

Comments: Created by J.H. Williams and Dan Curtis Johnson.

Earth-725's Captain America's height and weight were impossible to determine, as it was not seen standing next to any other character to allow for physical approximation. Being a robot, it likely weighed more than the average human.

Profile by Proto-Man.

Earth-725's Captain America has no KNOWN connections to:

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Marvel Knights Millennial Visions 2001, p3, splash page (Captain America, main image)

Marvel Knights Millennial Visions 2001 (February, 2002) - "The Artificial American Dream" story - J.H. Williams (text, art), Dan Curtis Johnson (text), no editor credited

Last updated: 02/19/17

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