Captain America as anime: this is what Chris Evans looks like as Erwin from Shingeki no Kyojin

One of the most beloved characters in anime Shingeki no Kyojin is he Capitán Erwin Smith, 13th Commander of the Exploration Corps who has great intelligence and is highly respected by the men under his command. He developed the “Long Distance Training for Enemy Detection”, a strategy that greatly benefited the Exploration Corps, giving it greater possibilities against the threat of the Titans. Impressive!

The look of Erwin It is very similar to that of one of the most recognized stars of the Marvel Cinematic Universe: Chris Evans, which gave life to Captain America in that context. Of course, the stature of the character that stars in the anime, added to his blonde hair and physical build, remind us of the actor from Avengers. So much so, that fans of Shingeki no Kyojin They ask that this actor act as Erwin into an animated live action.

Fans want to see Chris Evans as Erwin

The unique characteristic of both heroes also helps: they are military. Steve Rogers fought in World War II and after being frozen for many years was rescued to return to action as the Captain America. Erwin he battled against the threat of the Titans even losing an arm in the rescue of Eren Jaeger and Historia. Two characters distinguished by their courage.

Now a stunning fan art reveals what it would look like Chris Evans In the role of Erwin, role for which some swear he was born. There are many followers who took this request to the networks taking into account the possibility of a live action of Shingeki no Kyojin. “Make it possible!” ask these fans of the disturbing story about the attack of these beings that devour humans mercilessly.

With the blonde hair so characteristic of the commander and also of the actor, the incredible illustration recreates with impeccable precision the appearance of Chris Evans wearing the uniform of the Paradis militia, leaving us with a result that will stimulate even more all those who witness this work of Ellis Court. Congratulations to the artist!