The Captain America is a name, probably not the name, for this figure as I'm seeing it online. He has a helicopter pilot's helmet, bulky shoulder pads and gloves, and a head molded in red with some visible flesh painted on and what I can probably describe as eyes painted in the shape best reserved for Asian-themed figures. With white hair. Why? I have no idea.
As with other blind-bagged figures, assembly is required and it's simple. You know the drill.
This figure seems to be almost a sign of what has changed - a few series ago we got Uncle Sam, and now the vaguely American figure looks sort of like a bad guy. Look at those angry eyebrows. The hidden face. The bulky outfit indicating that something bad may go down. Things have changed - there's even a red arrow pointing between his legs, the significance of which I don't know. But there's also a big red smile-looking "U" on his armor, so maybe he's cool. It's hard to know. He won't answer my texts.
Even with the bulk, the figure is a good one. He has no problems standing or sitting, holding his or others' gear, and probably planning some crisis. This seems like it would be a great bad guy of the week on a sentai show. You could see him stealing a cab or taking over Santa's workshop to make drones or something. Or maybe just being generally punchy. I don't know his motivations or who pays his bills.
As a tween/teen I was always curious why LEGO or Playmobil didn't license one or two sets to augment their own themes. Having Batman added to a city set adds to the fun, since technically any city street can be a playset for a superhero. Similarly, this strangely costumed adventurer can rob your banks, threaten your malls, save your cats, or stop a rocket from hitting the moon. It's an imaginative design and has no backstory, so he can be whatever you want - and if you swap parts with other figures, he can be something else too.
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