Hot Toys Captain America 2012 Endgame Figure Unboxing — First Look
I can do this all day.
The Avengers Time Heist was a plan to travel back in time and to gather the six Infinity Stones in order to undo the Snap. The Avengers split up into multiple time-traveling missions, with Captain America, Iron Man, Ant-Man, and Bruce Banner revisiting the epic Battle of New York in 2012. However, an unforeseen obstacle blocked Steve’s efforts to get his hands on the Mind Stone from Loki’s scepter — none other than Captain America himself!
Now, fans can recreate that classic Cap on Cap conflict by adding the Super Soldier’s 2012 counterpart to their collection. Skillfully crafted based on Chris Evans’ onscreen appearance, this figure boasts a newly developed helmeted headsculpt, a muscular body with enhanced articulation (to capture Cap’s best assets), a finely tailored outfit featuring a star emblem on the chest, and of course, his star-spangled shield. That’s not all, though — to further recreate the detail and posing potential of this figure, he includes a replica of Loki’s scepter, which makes a perfect accessory for posing him alongside another Captain America figure in the heat of the battle.
Check out the first unboxing video, and find out more about this new Captain America Sixth Scale Figure as host Guy Klender walks you through every aspect of this Marvel collectible, from the outside packaging to the range of motion.
Once you’ve taken your first look at the unboxing above, be sure to bring Captain America home to your team of Avengers collectibles thanks to the Movie Masterpiece Series by Hot Toys. Whether you are a fan of Avengers: Endgame or need to fill in your earlier roster of Earth’s Mightiest Heroes, this figure makes a perfect addition to any shelf, fighting alongside (or against) his other teammates. With the Loki scepter accessory, you can add the power of another Infinity Stone to your collection!
Fans were excited to revisit a pivotal time in the Avengers’ history from a new perspective in Avengers: Endgame, leading to both some incredible fights between evenly-matched combatants, but also a hilarious opportunity for Steve Rogers to reflect on himself from an outside perspective. For better or worse, he has always been an extremely upstanding, righteous fighter defending freedom. 2012 represents a time in Cap’s journey where he is freshly awoken and thrust into a strange, modern society, and paired with his Endgame-era self who has endured the devastation of Thanos’ victory, fans can revisit and enjoy the visual evolution of the character with a range of the expertly produced collectibles from Hot Toys.
So, pair Captain America (2012 Version) with any number of Avengers characters and fight for the future of the entire universe against Mad Titans, Asgardian conquerors, and more!
Would you time travel if given the opportunity? Will you be adding this version of the Star-Spangled Man with a Plan to your collection? Don’t forget to Let Your Geek Sideshow and tell us in the comments!