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Captain America with Prototype Shield Pop! Vinyl Figure - Entertainment Earth Exclusive, Not Mint:

PACKAGING NOT GUARANTEED TO BE IN MINT CONDITION. NOT MINT ITEMS MAY SELL OUT AT ANY TIME. ORDERS MAY NOT BE FILLED.

  • Behold! Marvel's first Avenger!
  • Captain Steve Rogers and his prototype shield!
  • Entertainment Earth Exclusive Pop! Vinyl figure!
  • Based on the MCU's Captain America: The First Avenger.
Entertainment Earth Exclusive! Expand your collection with Marvel's first Avenger! Captain Steve Rogers isn't just a kid from Brooklyn anymore - he's ready to join the fight against Hydra. Straight off the screen of 2011's Captain America: The First Avenger, Rogers, aka Captain America, is in his soldier uniform, wielding his prototype shield of unpainted vibranium. The look is completed by the sepia deco on Rogers and a metallic silver finish on his iconic shield. This Captain America with Prototype Shield Pop! Vinyl Figure - Entertainment Earth Exclusive measures roughly 3 3/4-inches tall and comes packaged in a window display box. Assemble your Avengers collection and add this limited edition exclusive to it!

We reserve the right to limit quantities ordered. Ages 3 and up.
Company: Funko
Theme: Captain America
Product Type: Pop! Vinyl Figures
Age: 3 +
Country of Origin: Vietnam
Packaging Height: 3.50 inches (8.89 cm)
Packaging Width: 4.50 inches (11.43 cm)
Packaging Length: 6.50 inches (16.51 cm)
Weight: 0.300 lb
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WARNING: CHOKING HAZARD-Small parts. Not for children under 3 years.
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