If you like cosplay, you will know that your bag of belongings never matches your costume, but you won’t have this issue if you decided to dress up as one of America’s earliest superhero, Captain America, specifically the Civil War getup because with the Captain America Civil War Distressed Shield Backpack, you’d have a shield to complete your Cap look while having all the storage space you need for your belongings. Looks like you will be one step Cap in terms of logistics and every knows how hard it is to beat Cap in anything. The beauty of this backpack is, it does not look like one. From the back, it is really Cap’s vibranium Shield, distressed for that authentic battle-worn look which should let everyone know not to mess with you as you have “actually used it.” Continue reading This Shield Backpack Will Make Captain America Envious Of Your Logistics
2016 marks the 75th years of Captain America, one of Marvel’s earliest superhero who clearly stood the test of time. Given Cap’s embodiment of American spirit and patriotism, it is only natural that Marvel will want to celebrate this occasion and it did so with this imposing 13-foot bronze tribute statue created by the Marvel Creative Team in association with Comicave Studios. The statue was first unveiled at this year’s SDCC and subsequently, in a Captain America anniversary ceremony on August 10, 2016, held at Prospect Park in Brooklyn, NY. Continue reading Captain America Bronze Statue Blurs The Line Between Fiction And Reality
You can’t call yourself a huge Captain America fan if you don’t know this year is the iconic superhero’s 75th birthday. Yea, Cap is an old man, having first appeared in Captain America Comics #1 in March 1941. Similarly, you can’t quite call yourself a Captain America super fan if you don’t have the ThinkGeek Exclusive Captain America Retro Set among your all-thing Cap collection. If you thought the ThinkGeek Exclusive Captain America Retro Set looks vaguely familiar, then good news, your memory have served you well. Though, this isn’t the set introduced a few years ago which came with two alternate heads, two “all new costumes,” and a WWII soldier getup. Continue reading This Exclusive Captain America Retro Set Has Steve Rogers As A Police Officer
The truth is, Captain America aka Steve Rogers is not any different from Tony Stark. While Tony Stark propels himself to superhero status with advanced exoskeleton suits, our dear patriotic Captain was no more than a scrawny kid who got pumped with experimental super solider serum that turns him into a person with superhuman strength. So in a way, he’s like Tony: a cheat. The only difference is, he can’t simply shed his ‘suit’. Anywho, that’s sci-fi fantasy and all fitness nuts know that there’s no super soldier serum, nor are there any shortcut to bulging muscles and super strength. It takes hard work, but as consolation, you can at least work your way, in a traditional manner, with the soon-to-be-released Hero Elite Series Captain America Barbell Plates by fitness equipment maker, Onnit Labs (officially, ‘The Onnit/Marvel Hero Elite Series of Fitness Equipment‘). Continue reading Captain America Barbell Plates: Super Soldier Serum Not included
This is it. The next Marvel superhero blockbuster is drawing close, which means it is also about time Marvel Entertainment hit fans up with a new Captain America: Civil War trailer, which it did today. Spoiler or not, you’re going to watch it, because we are finally getting a proper look at your friendly neighborhood spider superhero (it’s a big thing, made bigger by the movie licensing issue). As for the trailer, it is a ‘traditional’ mix of emotions (not my cuppa, honestly) and tons of action, including chase sequence, hand-to-hand combat, explosions and more explosions, that makes a superhero flick ticks (yeah, baby, yeah!). And someone got shot down by Winter Soldier while Scott Lang aka Ant-Man hitched a ride on Hawkeye’s arrow. Continue reading Captain America: Civil War Trailer #2 Had Us All Pumped!
already got yourself a Stormtrooper mini-me? how about taking on the persona of say, Tony Stark or Steve Rogers? well, in mini-me form of course, too? as it, putting your face on a 12-inch Marvel superhero action figures. that’s what Hasbro, Marvel, Disney and a 3D printing company, 3DPlusMe is offering, albeit for a limited time. only two action figures are being offered: Iron Man and Captain America. so evil folks, no villains for you. so i guess its time to turn over a new leaf, perhaps? known as Super Awesome Me, the program allows you to purchase the aforementioned Marvel superheroes with a head sculpt made from the scan of your head. but like the Stormtrooper mini-me, this will have to be done in-store, which you can find across ten Walmart and two Sam’s Club locations for a limited time between September 19 and September 28. Continue reading Now, You Can Buy a Marvel Action Figure With Your Face On It
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the last reality check, superheroes are still very much a fantasy but that doesn’t stop us from admiring these frictional characters’ awesome prowess. we admire their superpowers, however, we can’t go around dressed up like Nacho Libre, pretending to be a superhero like Aaron Johnson aka Kick Ass or Rainn Wilson alter ego The Crimson Bolt (both without any real superpower, if you haven’t notice), we can continue to marvel at their stories and collecting their merchandizes such as scaled figures that remind us of our frictional heroes. Continue reading Captain America Sixth Scale Figure