Thor or Hulk, then X-23, Deadpool, Wolverine (without adamantium), Sabertooth, Wolverine w/ adamantium.
Additionally, both heroes were incidentally freed through acts of rebellion. Prince Namor, the Sub-Mariner, in a fit of rage, threw Cap's frozen body into the sea, unaware that the warm waters would thaw out his old wartime comrade. Similarly, the small band of vampire teens were acting against the rest of their kind when they took off with Wolverine's frozen body.
So who exactly is Captain Marvel and how can she help our remaining heroes recover their lost friends and the rest of the vanished universe?
Steve Rogers, aka Captain America, has always been a beacon of hope in the Marvel Universe. He first appeared in Captain America Comics #1, and since then has fought everything from Nazis to cosmic beings. Steve Rogers showed us what a hero can be when facing great adversity. With the help of Dr. Abraham Eskrine, Captain America was given the Super Soldier Serum, which allowed him to reach peak human performance. His strength, speed, and durability increased tenfold; power enough to impose good on the world. Unfortunately, he wasn't always the shining example of a hero.
So, how will a hero saving the world in the 1990s come into play during a time set in 2019? Judging from Nick Fury’s pager, it’s very possible that he paged her in the 90s and that she has the ability to time travel. We won’t know exactly how Carol and Fury’s relationship will play out until we see Captain Marvel, but it’s easy to assume she tells Fury, if you need me, page me.
The First Avenger doesn't just have Hulk-level super strength or Flash-like speed at his disposal, but people forget that his senses are also enhanced. His senses of hearing, smell, taste, touch, and sight have all aided him in his battles against evil. He was able to hear trucks moving toward them better than Dr. Fox as they approached a Deux facility in Captain America: Living Legend #3. She says, "Seriously, I don't hear any--Oh yeah. Okay, you have really good hearing."
@protect_yourself: Venom is the name of the drug that Bane uses in DC, I was just answering your question. I'm not talking about the Marvel symbiote
Feige also said that there would be a good mix of ’90s action movie nostalgia and cosmic space visuals: “There are definitely homages to our favorite ‘90s action films within Captain Marvel … The action elements [of] Terminator 2. That’s about as iconic as you get, looking at kind of those cool street level fights, street-level car chases, and fun stuff like that. That being said, much of the movie takes place in outer space, as you might think a Captain Marvel movie would.”
He has jumped from a helicopter and quinjet without a parachute for this specific reason. In Captain America: Winter Soldier's opening scene, he jumps out of a quinjet without one to immediately start taking out the bad guys on a ship. On top of not being hurt, he does this without needing to recoup any of his energy. His mind and body work together in great harmony because of this.
In Captain America and the Falcon #13, by Christopher Priest and Dan Jurgens, Steve Rogers and his sidekick are at perilous odds. Sam Wilson, the Falcon, has spent the previous issues running his own agenda, working with Naval intelligence, and chasing down street level drug dealers with his own justice. Those problems come to a head when Cap shows up to one of Falcon’s safe houses, asking about his recent behavior. Sam reminds Cap that all of this started when he refused to listen to the intelligence Falcon was getting, ignoring his part of the partnership. When Steve storms out, a man comes from around the corner and fires, aiming at Sam, but hitting Captain America right between the eyes.
While Captain America and Logan have had plenty of adventures together, Logan just lived through one of the experiences that defined the Sentinel of Liberty by being frozen in a massive block of ice in Wolverine #5.
So what does Captain America do to contribute to the "War on Drugs"? He decides to blow up a meth lab! It's insane. What Steve Rogers didn't take into account was what kind of meth was being manufactured in this lab because when it went sky high so did he. He then starts making chicken sounds to lure out the manufacturer. It's just a lot of weird even for comics.
Feige said of the 1990s setting that they “wanted to explore a period before Samuel L. Jackson’s Nick Fury had any idea about any of the other heroes and crazy stuff going on in the world.” Speaking to EW, Feige confirmed that the film will “announce that Carol Danvers was that first hero that Nick came across, so … she could be the singular hero,” in the film.