Cap’s Stealth Shield from The Winter Soldier Gets The Legends Treatment

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Marvel Legends prop replicas are becoming rare on shelves. Earlier last year, stores like GameStop would be overstocked with them. Six Captain America shields, three Iron Man helmets, ten black panther masks. You’d almost trip over them.

Then COVID hit, and everyone snatched them up. I’m not sure if there’s any correlation, but I haven’t been able to find a Mjolnir anywhere. I did get Stormbreaker, though. That thing is a beast and well worth the $150 price tag.

One item that was also worth its weight was Captain America’s shield. It’s 1:1, detailed, and makes a great display piece. Though plastic, the attention to detail outshines the comic-accurate Factory X shield that hit the market many years ago. Sometimes you want to show something off rather than worrying if it is

Disney | Hasbro
Disney | Hasbro
Disney | Hasbro

Highly detailed 1:1 full-scale Captain America collector shield is designed to replicate the look of the character in the Marvel Cinematic Universe! This fully-licensed roleplay item from Hasbro’s Marvel Legends Series: The Infinity Saga collection measures 24-inches across. The premium blue and white collector shield features adjustable straps to allow users to wear the shield like Captain America does when entering the fight for justice.

It looks like the same mold as the previous release. The blue paint makes for such a striking visual presentation. Man, if I could find the original release, I’d love to show these off next to each other on a wall.

This version of Cap’s shield will be out in August 2021. Click here to pre-order yours. The most iconic weapon in Marvel comics and movies will set you back only $119.99.

Are you trying to get all the shields? Have you been able to find Legends Series props in the wild? Let us know in the comments.

[Source: Entertainment Earth]


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