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When you’re as successful as Avengers: Infinity War was, you’re bound to have some memes on the Internet. The summer blockbuster was a mega hit upon release, and featured a pretty emotional ending that saw nearly half of the Avengers squad turn to dust.

In honor of this iconic Marvel moment, one fan immortalized the movie’s closing moment through LEGO, and was kind enough to share it on Reddit. In an image posted to the social site by user /u/afolkingdom, LEGO mini figures of Captain America, Black Widow, Rocket Raccoon, Thor, War Machine, and Bruce Banner are huddled around Vision in a scene that mimics the moment in which Steve Rogers says “Oh God” as a result of Thanos’ deathly(?) snap.

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by u/afolkingdom in marvelstudios

While it was quite the somber moment, it was a memorable one for Captain America, a character at the center of many rumors. After all, Avengers 4 very well could be the actors last time suiting up in the red, white, and blue.

“Officially wrapped on Avengers 4. It was an emotional day to say the least,” Evans tweeted. “Playing this role over the last 8 years has been an honor. To everyone in front of the camera, behind the camera, and in the audience, thank you for the memories! Eternally grateful.”

We’ll have to wait until May 2019 to find out whether or not Marvel’s most American hero survives Thanos’ reign.

h/t Comic Book

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Joe Ibraham

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Joe Ibraham is the Art Director at the Toy Insider, the Toy Book, and the Pop Insider. He creates all graphic content for the Toy Insider, the Pop Insider, and the Toy Book social channels, including promos and stagnant graphics, as well as all signage, programming, and media graphics for various networking events. Joe shoots, edits, and manages all YouTube content for the Toy Insider and Pop Insider brand, including Play by Play videos, event videos, and other promotional videos. When he's not in the office, you can find Joe in the gym or hanging with his friends and family. He loves music, basketball, and art in a variety of forms. He STILL wonders why Drake and Josh is not available on Netflix.