Why did Steve get old but Bucky didn t?

Why did Steve get old but Bucky didn t?

The Winter Soldier was pulled in and out of cryostasis by Hydra. So, Bucky was about 28 back in 1945 when he was turned into the Winter Soldier, and he also kept aging during all of the time he was out of cryo for missions. Even Bucky’s variant serum should allow him to age normally (unless he gets frozen again).

What is the age difference between Bucky and Steve?

Who is older, Captain America or Bucky? In the MCU, James Buchanan “Bucky” Barnes(born March 10, 1917) is just over a year older than Steven Grant “Steve” Rogers(born July 4, 1918). In the comics, it’s the opposite: Steve Rogers(born July 4, 1922) is three years or so older than Bucky(born 1925).

How did Bucky come back to life?

Thanks to the help of King T’Challa, Shuri, and Wakanda, Bucky was set on a rehabilitation program, only to be briefly killed by Thanos’ snap in Avengers: Infinity War, and then brought back by the events of Endgame.

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Why didn’t Bucky become Captain America in the comics?

Stan’s reason for Bucky not becoming Captain America is an excellent explanation from a character standpoint, especially when looking at it through the lens of Steve fully understanding the burden he’ll place on one of his friends and making a choice based on both Sam and Bucky’s histories.

Why did Steve leave Bucky Barnes in the comics?

But, there are a couple of factors contributing to Steve’s decision to leave him at the present time, including Bucky’s rehabilitation progress and Sam Wilson. Firstly, Bucky has already spent a considerable amount of time rehabilitating in Wakanda. By Infinity War, he’s been doing a lot better, with no relapse regarding HYDRA’s brainwashing.

Why does Steve go back in time to retire?

Steve going back in time to live a life that he can’t actually live because anything he does has potential ramifications on the future doesn’t seem like him actually living a life. It’s a sweet gesture and a kind resolution to Steve’s story. On the surface, it’s the ultimate happy ending for the character, allowing him to retire.