Avengers assemble in the Emerald City.
Marvel fans should flock to Seattle in 2018 for an incredible exhibition of the comic book empire’s films at the Museum of Pop Culture.
The exhibit, Marvel: Universe of Super Heroes, will feature more than 300 original pieces and artifacts that have never been released for the public.
The display will not only celebrate 10 years of Marvel movies and TV shows, featuring costumes and props from Spider-Man, Iron Man, Avengers and more, it also will tell the story of the publisher’s roots dating all the way back to 1939 — just in time for Marvel’s 80th anniversary in 2019.
Among the artifacts will be Thor’s hammer used by actor Chris Hemsworth and the “Cloak of Levitation” worn by Benedict Cumberbatch in Doctor Strange, according to Museum of Pop Culture.
The exhibition also explores how Marvel’s storytelling has influenced culture and world issues — including commentary on gender, race, and mental illness.
It's sure to be a once-in-a-lifetime experience any comic book nerd will want to have.
The exhibit will open on April 21, 2018.