The "Marvel Universe of Superheroes" has landed at the Museum of Science and Industry, and it's one of the coolest exhibits they've had!
ROZ VARON: The Marvel Universe of Superheroes has landed at the Museum of Science and Industry. And it is one of the coolest exhibits they've had.
JEFF BUONOMO: We're reopening this weekend, and we're reopening with a bang, with Marvel Universe of Superheroes, which has over 300 costumes, props and artifacts from the franchise.
ROZ VARON: Some of the most popular items include the award winning Black Panther costume, which has the Wakanda alphabet scripted on it. There's plenty of Spider-Man costumes, props and original artwork. And lots of comic book history, from co-creator Stan Lee to the first comic from 1939, where it all started.
You'll see X-Men, Dr. Strange, Captain Marvel, Ms. Marvel, and Groot. In fact, there's so much to see here, they had to put it in two galleries.
There's a lot of safety protocols in place. Remember, they're still operating at only 25% capacity. You've got to make timed reservations in advance. Everyone has to wear a mask. And there's plenty of hand sanitizer throughout the exhibit. Wakanda forever!
What is your favorite thing here at the exhibit?
- Probably seeing all of the suits that they actually wore.
- Watching my kids look at the stuff.
- Where I got to be Iron Man.
- Definitely the costumes.
ROZ VARON: This pop culture collection of more than 80 years of Marvel Comics runs through October 24th. Roz Varon, ABC 7, Eyewitness News.