Did Steve Rogers change the timeline?
All this means it is far more likely Steve Rogers traveling back in time really did create a whole new branched timeline, one in which there were two Captains America.
Did Steve Rogers disrupt the timeline?
The writers already stated, definitively, that Steve DID NOT create and live in a branched timeline. He stayed in the past of the main timeline, being perhaps one of the few if not only people who could have gone to the past, lived through the years he missed, see his own return, and keep it under his hat.
Why does Steve Rogers get old?
In Captain America Vol 7 #21, an injury takes the serum out of Steve Rogers and leaves him as an old man, at least 40 or 50 years older than he appears without it. So, it’s doing a lot of work to keep him hunky.
What happened to Steve Rogers in Avengers Endgame?
The climax of Avengers: Endgame sees Steve Rogers using Pym Particles to return the Infinity Stones to their rightful places in the timeline. However Rogers later returns as an old man, revealing he went to the 1940s and secretly lived out his life with Peggy Carter.
Is Steve Rogers’ new timeline a new timeline?
None of the new timelines have been more debated than the one created by Steve Rogers’ choice to stay in the past and live a life with Peggy Carter, essentially creating his own happily ever after. While one side of the filmmaking team claims this is a new timeline, the other half says it was what happened all along.
Why did Steve Rogers change his name to Steve Rogers?
Markus and McFeely have previously stated they’d always intended for her husband to be Steve Rogers. This means the version of Rogers from the future had already gone back in time and lived there for decades. By merely existing in the timeline, Rogers changed it.
Did Steve Rogers alter the MCU timeline by just existing?
Just existing in the past changes it. If Steve Rogers has been in the main timeline the entire time, then the entire MCU we’ve seen so far is one in which Rogers already altered it by remaining in the past.