We at Collider have an exclusive look at some props and costumes that will be on display at the Marvel: Universe of Super Heroes exhibition that opens later this month. The exhibition will debut at Seattle’s Museum of Pop Culture (MoPOP) and opens to the public on April 21st, running through January 6, 2019 at MoPOP.
In the exhibition, fans will get to experience larger-than-life recreations of Marvel characters, exclusive original artwork, state-of-the-art interactive experiences, photo ops, and much more. Additionally, a treasure trove of props and costumes from the last 10 years of the Marvel Cinematic Universe offer a closer look at items ranging from Thor’s hammer to Luke Cage’s hoodie. And if that wasn’t enough, the exhibition also features plenty of comics memorabilia, including the only known surviving piece of original production art from the very first Marvel comic.
Below you can get a tiny preview of the exhibition in these exclusive prop and costume images, including Shur’s Black Panther costume, Iron Man’s suit, Captain America’s Avengers: Age of Ultron suit, a bust of Groot from Guardians of the Galaxy, and more.
Here’s a list of some of the items on display at the Marvel: Universe of Super Heroes exhibition, followed by exclusive images. Click for high-resolution, and for more information visit MoPOP.org/Marvel.
- Costumes worn by Chadwick Boseman (Black Panther), Letitia Wright (Shuri), and Danai Gurira (Okoye) in Marvel Studios’ Black Panther(2018)
- Captain Americacostumes worn by Reb Brown (1979) and Chris Evans (2015)
- Peter Quill’s Walkman with Awesome Mix Vol. 1 and the orb from Marvel Studios’ Guardians of the Galaxy(2014)
- Arc reactor and Mark III Iron Man Armor from Marvel Studios’ Iron Man(2008)
- Black Widow’s costume and batons worn by Scarlett Johansson in Marvel Studios’ The Avengers(2012)
- Thor’s costume and hammer as worn and wielded by Chris Hemsworth in Marvel Studios’ The Avengersand Thor: The Dark World(2012-2013)
- Marvel Comics #1 (1939), “The Sub-Mariner,” page 12 – the only known surviving piece of original production art from the very first Marvel comic.
- Amazing Fantasy #15, page 7 (1962) by Steve Ditko – the original art for Spider-Man’s origin story – the page showing the first appearance of Spider-Man’s iconic costume and web-shooters, on special loan from the Library of Congress
- Fantastic Four#98, page 20 (1970) – in this issue, Jack Kirby and Stan Lee paid tribute to Neil Armstrong, the first man to walk on the moon
- The Pulse #13, page 9 (2006) – in the first season of the Netflix series, Marvel’s Jessica Jones, Luke and Jessica’s romantic relationship comes to an end. However, in the comics, they stay together, get married, and in this issue, their child is born.
- Matt Murdock’s glasses and cane worn by Charlie Cox in Marvel’s Daredevil and Marvel’s The Defenders(2015-2017)
- Luke Cage’s bullet hole-ridden hoodie worn by Mike Colter in Marvel’s Luke Cage (2016)