Captain America Civil War Premium Motion Statue Captain America vs Iron Man 43 cm

RRP: £359.00

£336.30 when paid upfront

£354.00 when paid with deposit.


Available November 2017.

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This Premium Motion Statue is based on the iconic fight scene as featured in Captain America: Civil War in which Iron Man and Captain America go toe-to-toe in one of the most ep…

This Premium Motion Statue is based on the iconic fight scene as featured in Captain America: Civil War in which Iron Man and Captain America go toe-to-toe in one of the most epic battles in comic-book movie history.

Capturing Captain America bracing for impact as Iron Man floats in midair blasting at his former friend, this hand-paitned piece is stands 43 cm tall and is crafted in heavyweight polystone and PVC to accent the transparent flame effect.

Dimensions: 43 x 28 x 28 cm

Weight5000 g
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