Hot Toys reveals Sam Wilson as Captain America 1/6 scale figure

Hot Toys Captain America

Marvel Studios’ The Falcon and the Winter Soldier is now over, and the final episode of the season featured Sam Wilson finally taking the mantle of Captain America. The buildup stretched across 6 episodes with the hero finally donning his new suit, courtesy of Wakanda. Hot Toys has revealed today the upcoming 1/6 scale figure of Sam Wilson as Captain America.

The new outfit fuses the look of the Captain America outfit with Falcon’s outfit. Wilson’s huge wings are back, and this time he can be seen wielding the iconic vibranium shield once belonging to Steve Rogers.

Check out the features below:

  • A hand-painted head sculpt, with highly-detailed likeness of Anthony Mackie as Captain America in The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, complete with goggles and face gaiter
  • An expertly crafted 1/6 scale body with 30 points of articulation
  • Eight interchangeable gloved hands for multiple posing and display options
  • A tailored tactical suit with embossed pattern and star emblem in chest
  • One pair of embossed patterned pants with fabric coated knee pads
  • One metallic silver and blue belt
  • One pair of metallic silver and red forearm guards
  • One pair of metallic silver and red calf guards
  • One pair of metallic silver boots
  • One flight backpack
  • One Captain America shield
  • Newly designed wings with multiple points of articulation
  • A Redwing drone
  • A specially designed dynamic figure stand with character nameplate
  • 1/6th scale Captain America Collectible Figure

Sam Wilson as Captain America is now available for pre-order on Sideshow Collectibles.

The reveal comes after reports of Marvel Studios moving ahead with a fourth Captain America movie. The series head writer Malcolm Spellman is attached to the film project.

“I literally found out yesterday in a grocery store,” Mackie tells EW. “The checkout guy named Dwayne, a cool cat, he’s like, ‘Yo, man. Is this real?!” [holds up a cellphone] “I’m like, ‘I haven’t heard anything.’ That’s what I love about working for Marvel. They call you, they’re like, ‘Come to L.A. We wanna tell you what’s going on.’ So, I’m excited to see what happens, but I haven’t heard anything.”

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