Before I became a Marvel fan I knew nothing about these superheroes. I vaguely knew who Captain America was but I didn’t like him very much because he just seemed like a wack superhero. I mean, come on. The red, white, and blue colors, the wings on the helmet, my only response to the character was yikes. The first time I saw Captain America in live-action was in The Avengers and at the time I didn’t like him. He seemed too serious, his suit was as tacky as it could get, and I just hadn’t warmed up to the character. But, after he was redeemed in Captain America: The Winter Soldier, I was a bona fide Captain America fan.
Now, five years later, the end of his journey has arrived and it’s kind of really sad. I mean, he’s such a fantastic character and to think that this is the end is just…wow, it’s a lot to think about.
So, on that note, let’s take a look at his amazing character posters through all four Avengers films. Enjoy!
Steve Rogers would return to save the world with a new outfit inspired by the tighter, more spangly suit he wore in The First Avenger when he was used as practically a mascot for the army. While of course, the suit could be better (MUCH BETTER) he still manages to look heroic on this character poster.
Avengers: Age of Ultron
Captain America returns in Avengers: Age of Ultron looking like a true embodiment of American heroism. His suit has changed and looks so much better, his shield, with the white, red, and blue looks fantastic, and I absolutely LOVE the silver star in the middle of the chest. Captain America truly looks like a leader on this poster and I love it!
Avengers: Infinity War
Omg, this poster is ridiculously beautiful. The blue matches him perfectly, his long hair and beard give him a different look that is just…wow (😍), and the new Wakandan shields are just amazing! Oh my gosh, I love this poster so much. I love Captain America. He’s so cool. 😊
And last but not least we have this stunning poster that is just as beautiful as the previous two posters. Captain America’s expression is hardened as if he’s ready for the fight ahead and yet there’s almost a heartwrenching sadness to his expression as well. Maybe it’s the gleaming right eye that looks like it’s filled with tears, maybe it’s because his expression is reminding me of the moment when he learned that Bucky, who was now the Winter Soldier, was still alive and there was just this extreme look of sadness on his face. All in all, this poster is a beautiful final poster for the wonderful superhero.
Tomorrow I will feature the final two superheroes; Black Panther and Iron Man. You definitely won’t want to miss it.
I thank you for reading and I hope you have a wonderful day.