Have you ever thought “I like Captain America but he’s just too… alive?” Well, you’re in luck. Zombie Captain America, from Marvel’s What If…? series, is alive (?) and well at Disney California Adventure.
In various tweets, the character, with his zombie face and tattered uniform, is shown emerging from a door at the Avengers campus in the park. He then shows off some pretty impressive moves for someone who’s undead.
The character appeared for the park’s Oogie Boogie Bash, Disney’s Halloween party featuring some of its most iconic characters. It runs from Sept. 9 through Oct. 31. A notice on the Disneyland website says the event is completely sold out, but that other attractions are still available.
Here’s another look from a different angle.
In the an episode of animated series What if…?, an apocalyptic virus outbreak turns infected into zombies. The Avengers travel to San Francisco to contain the outbreak and are immediately met by a zombie hoard.
He’s bitten by a miniature Hank Pym and then infects other members of the team. He’s eventually killed by his own shield, wielded by Bucky Barnes. The shield cuts zombie Cap in half.
There’s a possibility we’ll see more zombie Avengers at Avengers Campus at Disneyland soon, according to this tweet.
Disney is not letting Zombie Captain America fever die down any time soon, and has a lot of merch involved with the character, including action figures.
We can only hope more pictures hit the internet if more zombies from Marvel’s What If…? hit Disneyland soon!