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JOURNALISM

By Rebecca Pahle | Marvel Movies | August 17, 2016 | Comments ()

By Rebecca Pahle | Marvel Movies | August 17, 2016 |


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Currently, a 13-foot tall statue of Captain America is cooling its bronze heels in Brooklyn’s Prospect Park. Last month, the statue made its debut at San Diego Comic Con; in the coming weeks, it will move around Brooklyn, first to the Barclays Center and later to its permanent home in Sunset Park. The statue was created in honor of Cap’s 75th anniversary.

Other sites have reported on this.

What other sites have not done is taken a grueling 30-minute subway ride from their work and risked public censure, in the form of weird looks, to take pictures of said statue’s ass for you, the curious, knowledge-hungry readership. No one has yet taken up that mantle of serious journalism, becoming the Woodward and Bernstein of butts, if you will.

No one, that is, until now.

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No climbing on dat ass.

Here’s the front view; the lighting was such that none of mine turned out well. It’s almost like God wanted me to capture the rear view exclusively.

GOD BLESS AMERICA.

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