Thursday, June 6, 2019

Marvel Legends Series Power and Glory Captain America (Worthy)


Worthy! There's even more Avengers: Endgame spoilers within. Click away if you don't want to be "spoiled" further.




Cap comes with Mjolnir and it is hidden behind the shield. Do check that it's there when selecting your figure. 


Captain America, from out of nowhere! I didn't think it would be out this soon. You see the reveal one day and the next thing you know there were sighting reports. Wow! I cannot tell you how excited I am for him! Love Cap! So many awesome scenes in Endgame! 

The figure is a mix of old and new parts. The upper torso and arms are new, with the rest of the body mostly coming from the Infinity War Cap. There's more bulk to this figure than previous versions which suits him fine. He looks better even. The head is similar in design to the Civil War Cap. Not too sure if the head is new. I'm going to say it is. The head on this figure looks bigger. I didn't get a good piece. The helmet was stuck on poorly and there are notable gaps at the ears and the hair at the back of his head. The highlight of this figure would have to be the sculpted scale mail on the torso. Nice detail! The shoulder pads were stuck on and are flexible. The Avengers logo is only present on his left arm. The belt reuses the Civil War Cap's belt.  



























A quick comparison of head sculpts. This head seems bigger. The eyes and lips were very well done. I also like the skin tone on this new one too.  


Cap comes with an unmasked head, a shield and Mjolnir. Both the shield and Mjolnir are similar to the ones we got previously. The shield was made to look battle damaged. It's covered in dirt and has dents in the paint. 


The unmasked head looks great! There's a good likeness. It's probably the best MCU Steve Rogers head we've got. 


Here's a comparison with the unmasked head from the MCU 10th Anniversary Civil War two-pack. 


Articulation. He's got a ball hinge neck, ball hinge shoulders, bicep swivel, double jointed elbows, swivel and up and donw hinge right wrist, swivel hinge left wrist, ab crunch, waist rotation, ball hips, thigh swivel, double jointed knees, boot swivel and ankle hinge and pivot. With both heads he can look down okay, up not as much due to the helmet / hair. Take care when using the shoulder hinge. Though flexible the shoulder pads may get damaged as it pushes into/over the shoulder when the hinge is used. Also don't leave his arms stretched out too long, you don't want the pads to be warped out of shape. The elbow joints cannot be fully utilised due to his larger bicep and forearms. 































Comparison shots.






Great figure! Thanks for viewing!



1 comment:

GIJigsaw said...

Awesome photos and nice collection photos.