Falcon Marvel Statue
Falcon appeared in the Cinematic Marvel Universe for the first time in Captain America: The Winter Soldier (2014). Played by Anthony Mackie, he is Sam Wilson, a former Air Force officer who helps Captain America using the wings of experimental flight eq
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Falcon appeared in the Cinematic Marvel Universe for the first time in Captain America: The Winter Soldier (2014). Played by Anthony Mackie, he is Sam Wilson, a former Air Force officer who helps Captain America using the wings of experimental flight equipment. In Captain America: Civil War (2016) he won an accompanying drone called Red Wing, a homage to the hero’s mascot-like bird in the comics. In Avengers: Endgame, the winged hero returns alongside the once snapped heroes to defend the Earth from Thanos. Sideshow and Iron Studios present new version of the Falcon 1:10 BDS Art Scale Statue to join the final battle diorama based on the movie. Avengers: Endgame fans, don’t miss your chance to add Falcon to your collection.
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