For Marvel’s 75th Anniversary of Steve Rogers (Captain America), Comicave Studios designed a bronze statue to immortalize Chris Evans’ Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) portrayal of Captain America. The statue is set to be erected in the Brooklyn neighborhood of Sunset Park. However, before the statue is permanently installed in its new home, it will be unveiled at SDCC (San Diego Comic-Con) before going on a mini-tour of Brooklyn.
Fans can join in on this celebration by having their picture taken with the immortalized Captain America at Comic-Con, when the statue heads to Prospect Park on August 10. Following a celebratory screening of Captain America: Civil War, the statue will be displayed outside the Barclays Center before making its way to Sunset Park in October.
A special, tie-in comic (pictured above) will also mark the introduction of this real-life statue into the Marvel continuity. The comic will be made available to fans at SDCC and special Captain America events in the near future.
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