#150 - Captain America/Thor
Injected with a super-soldier formula during World War II, Steve Rogers used his enhanced strength and agility to fight for the Allies until his plane crashed in the Arctic Ocean and he was frozen in the ice. Thawed out 70 years later, he was asked to serve his country once again as part of the Avenger Initiative.
The Avengers Cap costume wasn't as good as the one in his solo movie, but it looks better in Minimate form than it did on screen. It does look very comicbook-y here, with red and white stripes around the waist, wings painted on his temples, and red boots and gloves. The star on his chest is silver, matching the stripes on his shoulders and the zipper on his stomach. There are also white patches on the inside of his arms, but they should be on the upper arms, not the lower. The gloves, boots, belt and mask are new molds, and his shield can plug onto the left arm. If you choose to remove his mask, the figure includes the same hair all the other movie Caps have had.
Banished to Midgard (Earth) for his recklessness, the hammer-wielding God of Thunder returned to his home of Asgard to protect it from the machinations of his adopted brother Loki. Believed dead, Loki's re-appearance on Earth bodes ill for humanity, and Thor joins the Avengers to stop his nefarious plan.