Captain America might be one of the greatest superheroes the world has ever known, but he certainly isn't perfect. Make no mistake, good old Steve Rogers is fantastically fit, an expert strategist, and he knows how to sling shields and punch Nazis in their faces better than just about anybody…
But seriously, the dude cannot fly to save his life.
We're delving somewhat into spoiler territory here — though, really, Marvel Studios already beat us to the punch with their "Avengers" teaser — so first and last warning: if you don't want to know how "Captain America: The First Avenger" ends, turn away now.
If you've already seen the movie, then no doubt you're more than perplexed by Cap's decision to embrace icy doom rather than figure out a way to correct his ocean-bound plane and honor his long awaited date with British intelligence officer Peggy Carter. Turns out, you're not the only ones confused.
How It Should Have Ended, the same crew that offered their own "Harry Potter" parody ending, have set their sights on the "First Avenger" conclusion and boiled down Steve's final fate to one very straightforward problem: for all of his strengths, Cap should just never get behind the wheel of an aircraft, plain and simple.
Watch the video below to see how the How It Should Have Ended gang would have concluded "Captain America" if the movie was in their hands. Spoiler alert: it involves Batman and Superman and a sweet, sweet "Justice League" burn.
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