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Great detail on this impressive figure

The world’s gone superhero nuts lately. But just when you thought it was safe to join the evil HYDRA organisation and wage war on the planet, along comes Marvel’s Captain America to scupper your plans, in the shape of this high quality 8” action figure.

Based on the shield-wielding hero of the new blockbuster movie, Captain America: First Avenger, this posable figure is an exact replica of the chemically-enhanced, vita-ray bombarded super soldier, and comes complete with patriotic outfit and indestructible Vibranium shield.

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The famous shield!

If you’ve seen the truly awesome movie you’ll know that Captain America is all set to blow away a whole new generation of fans with his Red Skull walloping antics, unhesitating defence of American ideals circa 1942, and snazzy retro-modern outfit. All together now, ‘Oh, say can you see by the dawn's early light…’

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Product info

head close up

Great detail on this impressive figure

The world’s gone superhero nuts lately. But just when you thought it was safe to join the evil HYDRA organisation and wage war on the planet, along comes Marvel’s Captain America to scupper your plans, in the shape of this high quality 8” action figure.

Based on the shield-wielding hero of the new blockbuster movie, Captain America: First Avenger, this posable figure is an exact replica of the chemically-enhanced, vita-ray bombarded super soldier, and comes complete with patriotic outfit and indestructible Vibranium shield.

shield detail

The famous shield!

If you’ve seen the truly awesome movie you’ll know that Captain America is all set to blow away a whole new generation of fans with his Red Skull walloping antics, unhesitating defence of American ideals circa 1942, and snazzy retro-modern outfit. All together now, ‘Oh, say can you see by the dawn's early light…’