Captain Marvel’s Binary Power Statue, Movies & Marvel Universe Statues, Captain Marvel “Carol Danvers” Statue

Captain Marvel's Binary Power Statue, Movies & Marvel Universe Statues, Captain Marvel "Carol Danvers" Statue

Captain Marvel’s Binary Power “Carol Danvers” Statue

Captain Marvel goes higher, faster and farther in this new Captain Marvel Statue. The star of the Captain Marvel movie hovers above the ground and glows with binary power in this statue which features a detailed sculpture and painting, and cast in high quality PVC. Captain Marvel is the secret identity assumed by several Marvel Comics Superheroes, and in this case it’s Carol Danvers. Carol Danvers is a Human/Kree hybrid and a military warrior, being popularly known as the high-flying super-hero Captain Marvel. With no support from her authoritarian father, a young Danvers joined the Air Force by herself as a promising cadet, quickly escalating to rank of Major as an intelligence agent. Eventually, she was tasked to be a head of security at NASA, when it was infiltrated by a Kree soldier named Captain Mar-Vell.

Accidentally subjected to the Psyche-Magnitron machine, Danvers was imprinted with energy from Mar-Vell’s Kree Nega-Bands, being transformed on a genetic level and acquiring mighty abilities. Initially adopting the name Ms. Marvel, she established herself as a vigilante, joining the Avengers. As an Avenger, her very life has been extirpated from her contol after she was attacked by the villain Marcus, and the terrorist mutant known as Rogue, who permanently absorbed her powers, her memories and even her personality. In a very lengthy process, Danvers recovered her abilities, and forged a promiment super-hero career on Earth and in outer space, having the X-Men, the Starjammers, the Avengers, and the Guardians of the Galaxy as her allies. Ultimately, Danvers has gone on to adopt the mantle of Captain Marvel for herself.

As the chief leader of the Alpha Flight Space Program, Captain Marvel was the protagonist of the Second Superhuman Civil War, being put in direct conflict with her teammate and rival Tony Stark, the invincible Iron Man. More recently, Danvers has learned about her true heritage as the daughter of a Kree supersoldier and has been struggling to cope with the condition of beign a woman from two worlds. Carol’s powers as Binary are truly incredible. She gained immense Cosmic Powers of a white hole, which increased her abilities tenfold. Going Binary allowed Carol to generate heat, light, and radiation across the spectrum. Danvers could generate the Power of a Star and gain control of Stellar Energies and manipulate Gravity. She could tap into different energies and use them for extraordinarily powerful attacks. There wasn’t really an upper limit to how strong Carol was as Binary, and she constantly proved during her time in the role she was a near unbeatable force.

Carol Danvers time as Binary was the strongest she has ever been, even more than her abilities as Captain Marvel. Binary was a human cheat-code, as she was able to manipulate energy and space around her, turning her into a Superweapon. If the Brood knew what would happen to Carol during their experiments, they almost definitely would have avoided activating the genes which gave the hero her ultimate form in the Marvel Universe. Of course, Captain Marvel is one of the strongest heroes ever, but her Binary Powers topped even her most famous form and showed Carol Danvers should never be underestimated. Captain Marvel “Carol Danvers” Statue measures: 4 inches / 10 cm x 3 inches / 7.5 cm x 11 inches / 28 cm.


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