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Zombie Captain America: Steve Rogers Needs Braaaaaains

by Paul Strauss
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I’m not sure how many of you guys are aware that Marvel once released a series of comics about undead superheroes called Marvel Zombies – actually written by Robert Kirkman, the same guy behind The Walking Dead.¬†While there were some official Marvel Zombie toys, one fan has decided to go off and make his own, which looks far superior to the cheap, mass-produced ones.

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What you’re looking at here (obviously) is a zombified version of none other than Steve Rogers himself after being infected. The detail on this custom zombie Captain America by Ben Franklin Zombies are awesome. I just love the gory face details, and the shield – which have clearly seen better days.

Ben started out with a regular 1/6th scale Captain America action figure, and added a custom resin headsculpt, along modifications to the zombie Avenger’s plastic body, and an intricate, distressed paint job to finish things off.

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This custom Captain America is up for sale on Etsy for $299 (USD), and you can check out more of Ben Franklin’s creepy custom creations over on his Facebook page.



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