Marvel Comics has unveiled the 13-foot bronze statue of Captain America commissioned in celebration of the iconic hero's 75th anniversary.
Weighing a ton, the statue will be on display at the Marvel booth at Comic-Con International in San Diego (#2329), where fans can pose for photos throughout the show. While there, they'll also be able to purchase 1/2th-scale bronze replicas and pick up a limited-edition comic that integrates the statue into the story.
Following the convention, the statue will travel across the country to Brooklyn, New York -- considered the hometown of Steve Rogers -- where it will be put on display for two weeks in the Children's Corner of Prospect Park (a special dedication ceremony will be held Aug. 10, followed by a special screening of "Captain America: Civil War").
From there, the statue will move in September to the Barclays Center at Atlantic and Flatbush avenues before relocating in late October to Sunset Park.