First you have a sleeve, some images on the back. This one is a Preview Exclusive, Mezco ONE:12 Collective.
On the inside of the box is placed the cover of Steve Rogers: Super-Soilder (2010) #2 issue. I remember this cover and I went back and read this series again. Gave this figure a whole new meaning. Lots of work was put into the figure but also the box to capture these comics.
Colorist: Frank D'Armata
Colorist: Andy Troy
Inker: Tim Townsend
Penciller: Dale Eaglesham
Penciller: Carlos Pacheco
Writer: Ed Brubaker
Mezco does it again. Fantastic selection of accessories. I was upset at first because there is no helmet/mask but they stayed true to the comics. I learned that after I read them again. He doesn't have one in the 4 issue series.
The design, body structure, head sculpt and costume is on point. Hands are easy to change. Both feet have holes for the stand. The fabric gives it that realistic look and covers joints. The paint job on the boots and gloves is great.
I added 1:12 scale 2015 Harley-Davidson Street 750 which is not actually his bike until later of course, ha! It was just a fun prop for photos.
One of my favorite features is the magnetic shield. It can stick to his back harness or the side of his arm.
I rate this 9 out of 10. Great selection of accessories, amazing artwork and detail. I just feel that the shield could of been a little more transparent but the magnetic feature is so fun. Costume is well made and the fabric is durable for posing. Well done Mezco, well done!