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See Captain America's Shield


Get an up close view at the actual shield from next year's
Captain America: The First Avenger moive

After showing you Odin's throne, the Destroyer, and Thor, Loki and Odin's helmets (see below), Marvel opened the final day of the San Diego Comic-Con 2010 with the reveal of Captain America's shield from July 2011's blockbuster "Captain America: The First Avenger" film!

On display right now at the Marvel Booth (#2329) is the actual shield used in the currently-filming Cap movie, wielded by Chris Evans in the titular role. And for fans not able to make it to Comic-Con, we've got your exclusive up-close view of the First Avenger's mighty shield. If you are in San Diego, be sure to hit the Marvel Booth for your very own glance at one of the most iconic weapons in the Marvel Universe, and be sure to stick around and check out all the awesome signings, games and giveaways always going down at the always-happening center for all things Marvel at San Diego Comic-Con!

Since preview night, fans visiting the Marvel Booth at San Diego Comic-Con have noticed a large, opague case resting at the foot of Odin's throne. And today, they finally found out what lay inside: The helmets of Thor, Loki and Odin, as featured in next summer's blockbuster freature film.

On display right now are the actual helmets worn by Chris Hemsworth, Tom Hiddleston and Sir Anthony Hopkins in the film. And for fans not able to make it out to San Diego for the festivities, we present you with an exclusive look at the three helmets in all their glory! And if you think they look great here, just wait until you see them on the big screen when "Thor" soars into theaters on May 6, 2011.

If you're at Comic-Con but missed the initial unveiling, be sure to stop on by and take a look for yourself--and then stick around for all the great giveaways, presentations, games and signings that make the Marvel Booth the place to be!

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