The Infallible, The Incorruptible, The First Avenger — Captain America aka Steve Rogers goes by many nicknames. This Marvel superhero is known both for his superhuman powers and his ideals, something that we have come to know and love over the years.
Joe Russo (co-director of Avengers: Infinity War) goes a step further and describes the Captain’s sensitive heart to be his actual superpower. And we can’t agree more. Remember, his stance for his friend in Captain America: Civil War?
Though the Cap’s role has been played by many including Matt Salinger, this World War II hero was made into a global phenomenon by none other than Chris Evans.
[Spoiler alert] Speculations are rife that the Avengers: Endgame would be the last movie from MCU [check Marvel Universe wallpapers] to feature Evans as Captain America (I wonder how they would show the exit).
So with Chris Evans about to hang his shield, we thought of collecting some of the best Captain America wallpapers both from the comic world and the movie world. If you are someone like me who grew to love this shield-wielding superhuman, here are some HD (and FHD) wallpapers you can download.Note
1. Of Rock-Solid Core
Worry not, the captain is not switching to a red uniform. The red costume was a part of the coloring mishap during the printing of Immortal Hulk #7. Since then, Marvel has corrected the misprint, and now the Captain is seen in his original blue uniform. Red would have killed the look, right?
2. Frozen in Ice
Did you know this World War II veteran is the only one, besides Vision, who can lift the Mjölnir (check Thor: Ragnarok wallpapers)?
3. Clash of Ideals
The gist of Captain America: Civil War wrapped up by a single image — the captain’s mask held up by vise-like grip of Iron Man. Well, we all know that the Avengers have come a long way.
Were you aware that almost all of Cap’s uniforms have a motif representing America?
4. The American Dream
For the longest time, the Captain was celebrated for being the nationalistic pride of the American people. The Cap has certainly come a long way since his stars & stripes days. But if you want the magic of the Howard Stark field uniform on your desktop, this image is the perfect representation of it.
Did you know that Helicarriers, SHIELD’s legendary flying airbase, initially relied on repulsor technology? They were later upgraded by Tony Stark to run on turbines by Tony Stark.
6. Man in Blue
Wallpapers don’t always have to be a menacing image of the superhero in question. They can also come in limited colors and yet speak volumes, such as the one above. With just the key elements of the uniform in focus, this one is for the minimalist art lover in you.
7. On the Crossroads
The Cap considers Hydra to be his enemy and has fought them valiantly over the years. The irony was when he switched sides. Yep, this was way back in 2016 when the Captain was revealed to be a sleeping agent for Hydra.
Don’t remember the edition? It was in Captain America: Steve Rogers #1.
8. A Splash of Yellow
What I love about comic wallpapers are the shades of eye-popping colors. On top of it, the expressions are a sight to behold. If you like yellow, you should definitely get this one. Do keep in mind to keep the brightness a tad low.
9. Golden Age
The Cap’s gloves have strong electromagnetic panels that make his shield return to him like a boomerang. Okay, that was a weird comparison, but you get my point (*virtual wink*).
In Avengers: Infinity War, the stars and stripes in Captain’s suit made way for the white/gray suit. If that was not enough, the latest Marvel figures of the Captain and Iron man has him wearing the same mysterious white/gray suit.
Do you think these toys are a legit representation of the World War II survivor?
That’s a Wrap!
With the Marvel Cinematic Universe gearing up for Infinity Wars: Endgame, we will see the Captain assembling a team yet again to take on the mighty Thanos. Who do you think will replace Chris Evans for the role of Captain America?
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Last updated on 03 February, 2022
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