Marvel Studios: The First 10 Years - 1:6 Captain America Concept Art Figure From Hot Toys
Jay Cochran - July 05, 2018
For over a decade Hot Toys had created almost 200 astonishing collectibles based on Marvel Cinematic Universe! Itís an amazing journey for Hot Toys to be part of Marvel Studiosí first ten years, and Hot Toysí dedicated team will continue to create the highly movie accurate and fine detailed collectibles based on fans favorite movie titles!
Today, Hot Toys is excited to unveil its first Marvel Studios: The First Ten Years 1/6th scale collectible figure, based on Marvel Studiosí Head of Visual Development, Ryan Meinderdingís concept art of Captain America from Captain America: Civil War.
Ryan Meinerding, who has been with Marvel Studios since the early days of Iron Man, helps to design the look and feel of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. He was the visual development supervisor and the suit developer in Captain America: The First Avenger and has done the concept design for all of Captain America's suits.
Hot Toys has specially recreated one of Ryanís incredible variant cover for Captain America cinematic visual design work from Captain America: Civil War, to a highly-accurate collectible figure. With a captivating monochromatic suit that brings out the hidden details, textures, and shapes, the latest 1/6th scale Captain America (Concept Art Version) collectible figure in tribute to the amazing artist Ryan Meinerding is a Toy Fair Exclusive item only available in selected markets!
The 1/6th scale Captain America Collectible Figure is crafted based on the appearance of Chris Evans as Captain America/Steve Rogers in the concept art of Captain America: Civil War with meticulous craftsmanship. It features a newly painted helmeted head sculpt with two interchangeable lower faces capturing Chris Evanís facial expressions, a newly developed body which naturally portray Captain Americaís muscularly toned body, a brand new Captain America battle suit in black with scale pattern and silver Avengersí logo on the chest, Capís ironic circular shield, a black and white heater shield, and a specially designed Marvel Studios: The First Ten Years themed figure stand!
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Would be interesting to see a whole team in similarly designed costumes.
Not a fan of this conceptual design for Cap. I'm glad it got canned for Civil War.
the design is so good . but wish they put unmasked head into figure too. just like the concept image .
- 2018-07-16 @ 3:55 pm
To me these figures are only to admire and be stunned, The details are so perfect. The new uniform is interesting, although very simplistic. It would be interesting if they start making this a thing. Like concept designs for all characters.
Nice inclusion of the two shields!
- 2018-07-11 @ 6:19 pm
Love the dark colors and the battle damage on the shields.
I hope they do more Figures based on concept art.
This needs to be Cap's Avengers 4 suit. It just needs to!
Love this figure. It looks so muck like Chris Evans, I love the costume he's wearing it is like a hybrid of his civil war, Winter Soildier and his first avengers outfits rolled into one.
8 hours ago, anthonywayne said:
Same. And this is the kind of thing Hasbro should be doing...the concept art SW figures were some of the best they released.
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