Thomas prepares for Civil War with the Marvel Legends Captain America: Civil War Double Pack
For ten years, the Marvel Cinematic Universe has been bringing the mightiest and most beloved characters to life on the big screen. It’s time for another Marvel Legends 2-pack review from me! This one is from Captain America: Civil War and comes with the First Ten Years MCU packaging! It includes the title character along with his nemesis Crossbones!
Captain America comes with 2 interchangeable heads – one masked head and one unmasked head. The masked head uses the same face sculpt as the unmasked head except that instead of the hairpiece, they put the mask. You can clearly see the face and mask are two separate pieces and I love this because it really feels like “Cap” has a mask on his face and not like it’s something glued on him. I love the Steve Rogers face sculpt, it’s nicely done. Depending on the angle, you’ll get a better likeness of Rogers, especially on the side. So far, it’s the best face sculpt I’ve seen for the character in every 6inch line.
The outfit is screen accurate, there’s some sloppy paint app with the white and red here and there but with the blue paint, it’s all good. Captain America has 23 points of articulation, that’s a lot and awesome for action poses! The only accessory he has is his shield, paint app is excellent on it!
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Now onto Crossbones, I have the same complaints as for Erik Killmonger, they have sculpted guns on the figure while they could have them included as accessories, why do this? It’s lame Hasbro!
The metal fists he has can be removable but I didn’t try it, too afraid not to be able to put them back. The sole accessory he has – an unmasked head sculpt and it’s pretty cool. There’s a good likeness to the character!
The figure itself is screen accurate and has great paint apps, no sloppy work here! He has 19 points of articulation.
This is a great pack, the figures have flaws but it’s the best Captain America figure you can get so far!
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