John Walker makes himself another Captain America safeguard in The Falcon and the Winter Soldier scene 5, and in the process turns into a dim reflection of Iron Man. First presented toward the finish of The Falcon and the Winter Soldier scene 1, John Walker was the new Captain America as picked by the U.S. Government, quickly making for a differentiation to Steve Rogers. After some time, he turned into a gander at how Captain America could’ve turned out badly, yet he presently mirrors the tradition of Iron Man too.
While Walker’s all the more straightforwardly connected to Steve, it bodes well to interface him with Tony Stark too. Given it was Iron Man who drove the help for the Sokovia Accords, at that point the aftermath from that choice and the common conflict that followed is as yet educating the MCU even today, prompting another administration controlled Captain America. And keeping in mind that Walker doesn’t share much for all intents and purpose with Steve, he shares a portion of Tony’s more negative attributes – specifically his conscience – that show how Cap could turn out badly, yet further transform him into a dull reflection of Iron Man.
It’s fascinating too that this accompanies regards to The Falcon and the Winter Soldier scene 5, which opens with a 2-on-1 battle scene that echoes the finish of Captain America: Civil War. Indeed including Bucky, he and Sam fill in as the new form of him and Steve; with Walker the man they’re philosophically against and needing to beat, at that point he turns into the Iron Man in that variant of that battle scene. To then end with him assembling his own safeguard simply makes him much more like a dull Iron Man.