AVENGERS: ENDGAME - Iron Studios Statue Offers A Detailed Look At Captain America Wielding Mjolnir

AVENGERS: ENDGAME - Iron Studios Statue Offers A Detailed Look At Captain America Wielding Mjolnir

AVENGERS: ENDGAME - Iron Studios Statue Offers A Detailed Look At Captain America Wielding Mjolnir

The sight of Captain America wielding Mjolnir and the remains of his shield in Avengers: Endgame are destined to go down as being iconic, & now this Iron Studios statue provides a detailed look at that...

Avengers: Endgame featured a lot of memorable moments, but none were as iconic as the sight of Captain America finally wielding Mjolnir to take the fight to Thanos during that amazing final battle. 

Now, Iron Studios has released a statue featuring Steve Rogers standing tall with the God of Thunder's hammer in hand. This Deluxe Statue from the Legacy Replica 1:4 Scale line is based on the likeness of Chris Evans from the film and  is hand-painted and a limited edition. However, it will set you back a whopping $800 which is obviously an awful lot of money!

Still, there's no denying that it's an impressive looking piece and it obviously serves as a great way to remember one of Avengers: Endgame's best scenes. You'd best get saving, though, as it connects to statues featuring Thor and Iron Man (both of which can also be seen below). 

As of right now, it sounds like this version of Captain America is done in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, but speculation continues to run rampant that Steve Rogers could return for an adventure delving into what he was getting up to during that trip through time.

We'll have to wait and see on that front, but for now check out these images by hitting the "View List" button!



Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige has said that his entire career was leading up to the "On Your Left" sequence in Avengers: Endgame and it's easy to see why; all those heroes assembling really does feel like the culmination of everything we've seen happen in the MCU over the past ten years. 
 


The "Avengers Assemble" moment is one fans have been hoping to see on the big screen for years now and there are plenty of times it could have happened (it was even teased at the end of Avengers: Age of Ultron). However, Marvel Studios was better off waiting as it felt earned in this moment. 
 


As for Steve Rogers being able to lift Mjolnir, that too was teased back in 2015 but it seemed at the time that Captain America was only worthy enough to shift it a little bit. Well, since then, we've learned that he was only pretending to be unable to wield Mjolnir so he could protect Thor's feelings! 
 


What was really cool about Steve using Mjolnir was the fact he could summon lightning (bear in mind that the hammer's inscription promises that whoever's is worthy enough to lift it is also worth of unleashing Thor's powers). The visual of Cap doing so won't soon be forgotten. 
 


At the end of Avengers: Endgame, Steve travels back in time to return Mjolnir to its rightful place in history. That is, of course, the events of Thor: The Dark World and it's interesting to wonder what he might have gotten up to in Asgard when he returned both that and the Aether after Rocket managed to retrieve it from Jane Foster.
 


All of the hero's travels through time remain a mystery to us right now and something tells me that Marvel Studios could choose to explore this somewhere down the line. That would involve Chris Evans reprising the role but I'm sure Disney would offer him a handsome sum to play Captain America on their streaming service!
 


Something which has been semi-confimed, though, is the fact Chris Evans will voice the Star Spangled superhero in the What If? animated series. While that was originally billed as a take on the classic comics, something tells me it could explore the ramifications of The Avengers' trip through time. 
 


The detailing on Chris Evans' face here is very impressive but you would expect that to be the case when the statue will set  you back nearly $800! Personally, I was really please to see Captain America's mask remain on during the final battle (unlike Age of Ultron).

 


Going back to Captain America's future, we now know that Sam Wilson (a.k.a. The Falcon) will inherit the mantle and that's a plot thread that will presumably play out in the Disney+ series he will share with The Winter Soldier. The big question, though, is will we see more of Old Man Steve Rogers?
 


When he presented Sam with a new shield, it was clearly a totally different one and not simply a repaired version of the one that was shattered by Thanos. The prevailing theory is that Steve made that in the timeline he lived his life out with Peggy Carter in because his shield was obviously frozen in ice alongside himself (time-travel is weird).
 


There's been some disappointment that Bucky isn't the new Captain America but given the way he's been handled in the MCU, it's easy to see why The Falcon was the more logical option. The big costume reveal showing him suited up as Captain America could very well end up breaking the internet when it comes our way! 
 


The Falcon wont just be a small screen Captain America, of course, because while that transformation looks set to play out on Disney+, Kevin Feige has confirmed that the actions of these characters in these shows will be reflected on the big screen as well. In other words, the new Cap will appear in the movies too! 
 

 

As a set, these three look truly phenomenal. Thor is rocking his badass, Viking-inspired look and Iron Man is wearing his comic book armour (a fitting choice for his final appearance in the MCU). Unfortunately, if Captain America is $800, you can imagine how much it would cost you to own the entire set...and Thanos! 
 

 

What do you guys think about this Avengers: Endgame statue from Iron Studios? Worth the money or simply too much for your average collector? As always, let us know your thoughts in the comments section down  below! 
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