CAPTAIN AMERICA: CIVIL WAR MOVIE CAPTAIN AMERICA ARTFX+
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- Captain America as seen from the movie Captain America: Civil War.
- Sculpted and painted in detail from his shield, mask, folds in his clothes, down to the rubbled ground,
- Captain America raises his fist as he guards himself with his shield, ready to stop his friend.
- Bases for both Iron Man and Captain America can be combined together to form a battle scene.
It’s hero vs. hero as Kotobukiya’s hit Marvel ARTFX+ series returns to the big screen with the upcoming mega-blockbuster Captain America: Civil War. Two mighty characters headline the new collection starting with the star-spangled hero CAPTAIN AMERICA! Fighting for freedom and his friends, Steve Rogers (portrayed in the Marvel Cinematic Universe by Chris Evans) heads into battle fearlessly even against his one-time ally and fellow Avenger Iron Man. The pinnacle of human ability thanks to the Super Soldier Serum created by Abraham Erskine, Captain America charges forward in his distinctive uniform, his shield leading the way and one fist cocked and ready to strike for justice. Rogers looks like he stepped right off the screen with an incredibly accurate sculpt capturing all of the intricate details of his patriotic red, white, and blue costume including the reinforced armor, straps, buckles, boots, gloves, and of course the “A” mask with chinstrap. And while the colors on his costume are muted his iconic shield is bright with metallic paint and will immediately catch your eye in your Marvel collection. Sculpted by the same master artist responsible for many of the Marvel ARTFX+ statues, Junnosuke Abe (RESTORE), Captain America stands just over 7 inches tall (in the ARTFX+ 1/10th scale) as he charges into the fray. He lunges heroically over a cracked and broken concrete battleground, and while Steve Rogers is a fantastic display piece on his own you can pose him with the Iron Man Mark 46 ARTFX+ Statue for the ultimate Captain America: Civil War battle scene! © MARVEL
|Release Date||October 2016|