In America Chavez: Made in the USA #2, the young hero from another dimension gets a nasty homecoming that could alter her destiny forever.
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America Chavez has been one of Marvel’s most intriguing new characters over the last few years. Created by Joe Casey and Nick Dragotta for 2011’s Vengeance, she came to Earth after her mothers from the Utopian Parallel sacrificed themselves to save her. They sent her through a rift and sealed it to prevent the Multiverse from being infected, not knowing she’d grow up to work with the likes of the West Coast Avengers, A-Force and the Young Avengers.
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And before she jumps onto the big screen in Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, America Chavez: Made in the USA #2 sees her entire world turned upside down as she just got a very nasty homecoming.
America was adopted by the Santanas in Washington Heights after washing ashore, and seeing the Latin community mistreated spurred her to be a hero — something which drove a wedge between her and her family, causing her to leave.
They wanted her to just be safe, but she felt it was her destiny to show that as a being from another dimension, she could make Earth a haven for others like her. Apart from being from another reality, America’s powers are magical, from a source known as the Demiurge, which is why fans can’t wait to see her and the Sorcerer Supreme working together on the big screen, recapturing the magic from the comics.
However, her mystical powers are part of the problem right now since they’re on the fritz. In battle, her girlfriend, Ramone, notices it, as does her friend and frequent teammate Kate Bishop/Hawkeye. They don’t want her punching through force-fields or flying around right now as they’re cutting off, leaving her vulnerable.
To make it worse, she rushes back home when the Santanas are attacked, with a note left behind for her to meet someone at a bowling alley. It’s clearly someone who’s monitoring her and knows she came from the Utopian Parallel, and when she confronts them, as they fly through the air, she lands on a deserted island.
The person — maybe an agent of her old enemies, La Legion — then uses a device and knocks her out, revealing she’s back home. It leaves open the chance that she could have gone through a rift and didn’t know mid-flight, or it could mean that the bowling alley door was a gateway to her dimension. Either way, the hooded figure, who seems to have powers like her as well, could soon reveal why her abilities are wonky or secrets about what actually happened to her family, which may ultimately have a long-lasting impact on her life.
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