Although Avengers Endgame was a little flimsy, one of the most incredible scenes in the entire movie was when Steve Rogers was found to be worthy of lifting Mjölnir. The man out of time who would sacrifice himself for his country finally had the power of Thor, and listening to the audience erupt in the theatre was fantastic.
Now you can capture that moment forever thanks to Queen Studios‘ latest life-size bust. The First Avenger’s 1:1 scale bust sees Rogers as he was on the battleground against Thanos’s army. A broken shield in one hand and Mjölnir in the other. Avengers assemble!
As is to be expected with busts from Queen Studios, Captain Rogers is made from premium materials that make him amazingly life-like. His face is made from platinum silicone. Although it is not explicitly called out, I’d wager his eyes are made of glass while the rest of the body is constructed from polystone. It’s hard to tell, but the straps on his back may be nylon and “leather.” The wrist strap on Mjölnir may also be leather.
What’s the best thing about this bust? We here in the US can order it! Yep! Unlike many of the company’s other statues, this one will ship to the United States. The release date is in the 4th quarter of 2023. Other countries that can receive Cap’s bust include South East Asia, Mainland China, Hong Kong, Macau, Taiwan, and South Korea.
Now for the bad news. The life-size bust of the greatest Avenger is $3,980, which does not include shipping. Is this something you’d be willing to throw over $4k at? Let us know in the comments section below.
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