Captain America came home to Brooklyn, New York on August 10th. Marvel fans had gathered in Prospect Park for the unveiling of a life-sized Comicave Studios statue of the iconic hero. Today it stands tall in front of Barclays Center, till end of September.
Captain America 75th Anniversary Statue in front of Barclays Center.
Learn about the conception, design and sculpting that went into creating Captain America as a stunning bronze 13-foot-tall statue for all the world to enjoy. Watch how this life-size Captain America statue came to be in this video:
Hosted by Marvel’s Lorraine Cink, hear what Marvel Comics’ Editor-In-Chief, Alex Alonso has to say about the creation of the 75th Anniversary commemorative bronze statue. Brooklyn’s Borough President, Eric Adams graced this event, and designated August 10th as Marvel’s Captain America Day in Brooklyn USA.
Captain America's 75th Anniversary Tribute Statue before ribbon-cutting ceremony. It was unveiled at San Diego Comic-Con, weighs 1 ton, and is now back home in Brooklyn's Prospect Park.
Captain America has returned home today to Brooklyn’s Prospect Park, a temporary one from Wednesday August 10 until August 23, in celebration of Marvel’s Captain America 75th Anniversary.
After Prospect Park, the statue will move to Barclays Center (home to the Brooklyn Nets and NY Islanders sports teams, as well as many concert events) until the end of September, and in front of a Sunset Park Bed, Bath, & Beyond from October until the end of the year.
In commemoration of 75 years of Captain America, fans can bring home a piece of Marvel’s comic history, with the 1/12 scale Bronze Replica or 1/4 scale Pewter Replica of the Captain America Tribute Statue.
Now available for reservation on our E-Store. The Bronze Replica is limited to 750 pieces world-wide. The Pewter Replica is Made-to-Order, and limited to only 100 pieces world-wide.
Limited Edition Captain America's 75th Anniversary Tribute Statue Replicas are available for pre-order now on Comicave Studios E-Store
Pre-order will be closing on Thursday August 30th, 12am (PDT). Bronze Replicas will ship in September, and the first 20 pieces of Pewter Replicas will ship within November.
So, what does Captain America mean to you and Brooklyn? Let’s hear from some Brooklyn residents and visitors earlier today at the Prospect Park Post.
Comicave Studios had a very successful event at SDCC. We would like to specially thank Marvel, the Promoguys Marketing Group (PMG), and all fans at SDCC and around the world who supported and made #Cap75withCS event so great.
Captain America 75th Anniversary Tribute Statue in 1/12 Scale Bronze and 1/4 Scale Pewter
Next up, we are preparing to launch the Captain America Tribute Statues (Bronze & Pewter) soon on our E-STORE for world-wide fans to purchase and pre-order. Stay tuned and do share this news with your friends.
Captain America’s 75th Anniversary life-size Bronze Statue has arrived today at San Diego Comic Con 2016. Visit the Marvel Booth #2329 from July 20 – 24 to witness this comic heritage.
Commemorative Ceremony for 75th Anniversary of Captain America with official debut of Cap’s Bronze Statue happens at the Marvel Booth #2329, on Thursday July 21st at 11am.
Stay tuned right here for the live stream of the commemorative ceremony.
Dedication Ceremony at Brooklyn on August 10th
Captain America’s 75th Anniversary Bronze Statue will head east after the San Diego Comic Con on a cross-country trip, and lands finally in the Brooklyn’s Prospect Park for a dedication ceremony on August 10th.
Cap aficionados can bring home a piece of Marvel's most iconic comic heritage first from San Diego Comic Con (July 20 - 24).
Stand a chance to win Autograph Ticket(s) to the signing appearance at the Marvel booth SDCC July 20 – 24 2016, with every purchase/pre-order (1/12 Scale or ¼ Scale) at Marvel Booth #2329. Promotion valid while stocks last. T&Cs: http://bit.ly/cscontest
Limited to 750 world-wide, each piece of 1/12 Scale Bronze Replica is hand-crafted and packaged in a classic wooden box, weighing approximately at 8.8 lbs (4 kg) in total. This collector's edition also comes certified with an Authenticity Card. Each piece is also serialized on a metal plate.
Captain America 75th Anniversary Tribute Statue in 1/12 Scale Bronze
Available at SDCC 2016, the SDCC event price runs at USD350 on Preview Night (July 20) and USD400 on event days (July 21 - 24). Retail Price at USD 450.
Captain America cast in Bronze is a true eye-catcher in every surrounding.
Bronze is a timeless beauty, fitting for a famous icon’s history.
The 1/4 Scale Pewter Replica will be available for pre-order first at San Diego Comic Con as well. Produced by Comicave Studios and manufactured by Royal Selangor, each statue is made-to-order, and packed in a Premium mahogany wooden box worthy of its sharp elegance. The first 20 pieces ships in 3 months.
Captain America 75th Anniversary Tribute Statue in 1/4 Scale Pewter.
Certificate of Authenticity affixed to the back of the statue base.
Captain America raises his shield. An iconic comic symbol of freedom and protection.
Details on the back of Captain America Replica Statue in Pewter.
High quality pewter with skilled craftsmanship by Royal Selangor, accentuates the statue’s details in a soft satin luster. Marvel’s First Avenger is transformed into a dazzling piece that is truly worth keeping for his heritage.
Premium Mahogany Wooden Box with a sharp elegance.
Limited to only 100 world-wide, each collector's piece is serialized on a metal plate affixed to the statue's base. The replica is expect to weigh close to 80 lbs (40 kg). Pre-order at SDCC price USD 3,500 (excludes shipping and taxes).
Each purchase of the Captain America 75th Anniversary Tribute Statue Replica (1/12 or 1/4 Scale) also entitles you to a Goodie Bag from Comicave Studios. It comes with a Special Edition Marvel’s comic book featuring side story of Captain America, made for Comicave Studios. Available first at San Diego Comic Con, while stocks last!
For Captain America’s 75th Anniversary, Marvel will be holding a Commemorative Ceremony around the Bronze Statue highlight at San Diego Comic Con. The ceremony happens tomorrow, July 21st at 11am (PDT).
Stay tuned right here for the live stream happening tomorrow, or click in to our Facebook page to follow and turn on notification to Comicave Studios live stream.
Captain America’s 75th Anniversary Tribute Statue Replicas and Iron Man SDCC Exclusive by Comicave Studios, arrive tomorrow at San Diego Comic Con 2016.
Meet us at the Marvel Booth #2329 from July 20 – 24.
Walk away with our exclusive collectibles at one of the hottest comic-con parties of the year — Enchantment Under the SDCC, hosted by The San Diego Comic-Con Unofficial Blog!
For the superhero’ anniversary, Comicave Studios is proud to work alongside Marvel in debuting a 13-foot-tall (approx. 4 metre) bronze Captain America statue at San Diego Comic-Con (July 20-24). The life-size bronze statue will later head east on a cross-country trip and land in Brooklyn’s Prospect Park for a dedication ceremony on August 10th.
Wooden Box packaging of 1/12 Scale Captain America Tribute Statue Bronze Replica
Sneak peek of 1/12 Scale Captain America Tribute Statue Bronze Replic
To commemorate this event, we will be making limited edition replicas of the monument in two scales — 1/12 in bronze and 1/4 in pewter.
Cap aficionados can bring home a piece of Marvel's most iconic comic heritage first from San Diego Comic Con (July 20 - 24). Limited to 750 world-wide, each piece of 1/12 Scale Bronze Replica is hand-crafted and packaged in a classic wooden box, weighing approximately at 8.8 lbs (4 kg) in total. This collector's edition also comes certified with an Authenticity Card. Each piece is also serialized on a metal plate.
Debuting at SDCC 2016, the Exclusive Event Price runs at USD350 on Preview Night (July 20) and USD400 on event days (July 21 - 24). Retail Price at USD 450.
The 1/4 Scale Pewter Replica will be available for pre-order first at San Diego Comic Con as well. Produced by Comicave Studios and manufactured by Royal Selangor, each statue is made-to-order, and packed in a Premium mahogony wooden box worthy of its sharp elegance. The first 20 pieces ships in 3 months.
#Cap75withCS — The Marvel Now! Era Cap leads earth’s mightiest heroes in art from Avengers (2013) #1 by Jerome Opena & Dean White.
#Cap75withCS — Marko Djurdjvic’s design graces the second printing variant cover of Steve Rogers: Super Soldier #1 (2010) With Bucky proving himself as Cap during Steve’s apparent demise, Roger’s return required him to take on a new role, as a spy and secret Avenger – with a stealth suit fit for a super-soldier! During the period in which Steve was advanced in years and retired from his Cap role, he dug this suit out of the closet to lead the uncanny Avengers!
#Cap75withCS — From the second printing variant of Captain America: Reborn #1 (2009). A very modern icon by Bryan Hitch, Butch Guice & Paul Mounts. Bryan Hitch incorporated elements from the real-world military uniforms, and replaced mask with helmet as the headpiece. Head-wings are transformed into decals as opposed to a raised piece. The boots have lost their buccaneer flap, and now feature laces and seams. His top is more of a carbon-fiber style hexagonal armor.
#Cap75withCS — 2005 Captain America #1 “Out of Time: Part 1” by artist Steve Epting & Frank D’Armata. Cap’s outfit has evolved and its design element have become more detailed. Cap’s belt were added with utility pouches (which we never knew what he uses them for), and the chain mail of his top is depicted as a series of overlapping disks.
#Cap75withCS — 1995 Captain America by artist Dave Hoover. When the super-soldier serum in his blood turned against Steve Rogers and left him paralyzed, Tony Stark stepped up and did what he does best, designing a suitably patriotic suit of armor to enable Cap to fight on!
#Cap75withCS — 1988 Captain America illustrated by Mike Zeck & Bob Mcleod. “I’ll get myself a new costume in order to preserve my anonymity and simply call myself Cap…” Steve adopted the simple name of The Captain. His new costume comes in a cool red white and black.
#Cap75withCS — 1974 Steve Roger’s full nomad suit by Sal Buscema, Vince Colletta & Linda Lessmann. Disillusioned with the U.S. government, Steve ditched the shield and became a man without a country in the guise of swashbuckling adventurer nomad.
#Cap75withCS — 1968 Stan Lee joined Jack Kirby in collaboration for Captain America comics. Cap then donned the classic costume with helmet-wings, chain mail, and buccaneer boots. His “badge-shaped” shield known as a heater shield was also changed to a “disc-shaped” shield. His costume was sometimes drawn with trunk-lines, although there was never any color differentiation.
#Cap75withCS — Today we #throwback to 1st issue of Captain America dated March 1941. The comic was created during the World War II and Captain America debuted as a Hitler-punching superhero then. The first issue sold nearly one million copies! Created by Joe Simon and Jack Kirby, the star on Captain America’s chest, stripes on his torso and that “A” on his head, and the glorious red, white and blue has since become the iconic elements of Cap’s patriotic costume till today.
#Cap75withCS — Today we grace the symbol of a Legend by Jack Kirby in 1941 (Captain America Comics #1), versus a redesign by John Cassaday & Dave Stewart later in 2002.
Captain America's shield is made of vibranium steel alloy. It is almost indestructible under normal conditions. Cosmic, magical or godly opponents may be able to break it, but it still proves strong enough to absorb Hulk's strength. Even Thor’s mystical hammer Mjölnir can be repelled without any visible damage.
“How does Cap’s shield always magically return to him?"
Truth is (according to the comic), the "superhuman serum" in Captain America enhanced his physical and mental attributes so much that his cognition, perception, balance, aim, and reflexes are near genius-level. This allows him to instantly calculate ballistic-physics and predict the probable trajectory of objects in motion.
Comicave Studios is celebrating 75 years of Captain America! Join us as we take you through Cap’s storied history this month to witness his evolutionary changes. Follow with hashtag #Cap75withCS for all related news on social media, leading to our event at San Diego Comic Con 2016 this year. Stay tuned.
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