Captain America Funko Pop Complete List – I Can Do This All Day!

The first Avenger made his debut back in the 1940’s and has been going strong since, both in comic book form and popularity. The Funko Pop range of Captain America is therefore extensive, with tons to choose from – if you can find them!

Check out our entire list below – we’ve added some of the other characters in the list who appear in the first 2 Captain America films, however thought that the characters in Civil War deserve their own post as they are so extensive, so you can view this here.

Captain America Funko Pops Avengers End Game

There are two Avengers End Game Pops (#450) for old ‘Cap – one in his standard uniform which is a Hot Topic Exclusive and the other in the flight suit from the start of the movie.

I have to say, the latest one with him in his classic gear is great. Using the latest moulding techniques, this is possibly one of the best and most detailed Captain America Pops we’ve seen – the detailing on the suit is great, mainly the torso, helmet and legs.

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The other option, the flight suit is still good and more readily available, however every Pop in the first wave of Avengers Endgame is wearing this… so it ain’t that special.

Red Skull vs Captain America Funko Pop Movie Moments

Captain America Funko Pop

“You don’t give up, do you?” – Red Skull

This Red Skull VS. Captain America Marvel Funko Pop (#389) is one of the most important scenes in the Captain America: First Avenger, featured at the last part of the movie, wherein Captain America is battling the Red Skull inside a plane.

The details on this Marvel Movie Moments Pop is pretty insane. I like how Funko incorporated the engine apparatus that holds the Tesseract in the middle of the gantry. I just wish Funko added more blue colours in the details of the apparatus, which will signify the glowing effect of the Tesseract. They gave the platform this silvery mesh-like lines which complete the gantry look.

Now, let us check at the details of the Red Skull Funko Pop. The paint job of this Funko Pop is very impressive; the red coloured skull, the glossy black leather trench coat with the red piping, silvery buttons and the Hydra logo in each side of his shoulder. The overall sculpt of the skull is astonishing, with the chiselled cheekbones, recessed black eyes and the angry looking eyebrows. Red Skull is holding a cold-energy cannon that is ready to fire that blue Tesseract energy to Captain America. The waist holds that prized silver belt buckle with Hydra’s insignia. This Red Skull Pop looks better than the other Red Skull Funko Pop that was earlier released, which we will later on discuss.

At first look, the Captain America Pop appears to be similar to the other Captain America Funko Pops that was released before this; but if you look closely, he is wearing a more detailed suit. This blue matte helmet has the leathery look but given that it is matte, it can be prone to light scratches, so be careful when handling it. Funko also did a great paint job with this Captain America Pop, giving the shield and the suit a vibrant complementing colour. I love the details of the straps with the silver buckles at the back and the brown belt with the blue jacket. His vibranium shield is on point with dents and scratches caused by the battle. Overall, this Captain America Funko Pop got all the fine details of his suit.

To sum this all up, this Marvel Movie Moments: Red Skull VS Captain America is incredibly gorgeous.

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Gold Chrome Captain America Funko Pop

Captain America Funko Pop

Next up in our list, the Marvel Captain America Gold Chrome Funko Pop (#377). This Marvel Pop is part of Marvel’s 10th-year anniversary Funko Pop collection. The design for this Pop is based on the Avengers: Captain America Funko Pop (#67), which we will have an in-depth review later on this article. Another iconic Captain America pose that received the gold chrome treatment.

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Venomised Captain America Funko Pop

Venom Funko Pop Nerd Upgraded

This next Marvel Funko Pop is when one of the most masculine heroes in the MCU gets infected by a Symbiote, the outcome will be a Venomised Captain America Pop (#364). Venom is arguably one of Marvel’s coolest characters, he’s brutal, powerful and he has a very awesome suit. A Venom Symbiote makes everything so much cooler, like this Venomised Captain America Pop (#364).

Somehow, this Funko Pop really looks like Steve Rogers was infected by Venom. It has the mixture of Captain America’s masculinity and of course, the suit and shield; then it has the Venom’s deranged eyes, razor sharp teeth, and beautiful smile.

One unique Funko Pop indeed. Check out our Venom Funko Pops list for the complete collection of the alien symbiote.

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Captain America Funko Pop (Avengers Infinity War)

Captain America Funko Pop

When the Avengers failed to prevent Thanos’ snap in the Avengers: Infinity War movie, Funko made sure that they will not flunk with their Avengers: Infinity War Funko Pop line. So, they created this Captain America Walmart Exclusive Funko Pop (#299). This design is based on the scene where Captain America is in Wakanda, going to fight the children of Thanos and King T’Challa gave him the Wakandan shield before they start the war. “Get this man a shield!” – T’Challa

This Funko Pop is wearing the new Captain America Avengers suit, which has a more substantial armour built into the clothing than the previous suit. The red details on his chest and the white stripes on his arm are now blue.

This long-haired, bearded Captain America first debuted in the Infinity War movie, making him look like a nomad. I love the details on the Wakandan shield with the silver claws in it. All the buckles, straps and belts are almost the same from the previous Captain America Pops.

Honestly, this Funko Pop is almost similar to the standard Avengers: Infinity War Captain America Funko Pop (#288) but with a different pose with the addition of the Wakandan Shield.

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Thanos vs Captain America Funko Pop Movie Moments

Thanos Funko Pop Vinyl Nerd Upgraded

Another iconic Funko Movie Moments Pop is this Thanos VS Captain America Movie Moments (#698).

This Marvel Funko Pop is a Hot Topic Exclusive.  It is based on the scene where Captain America is trying to overpower Thanos to prevent him from using the infinity gauntlet whilst Scarlet Witch is trying to destroy the infinity stone in Vision’s forehead. I really like this scene because it gave me the “WHAT?! OH NO” feeling when I saw it in the Avengers: Infinity War movie.

This Movie Moments Funko Pop has all the great details. The base has a nice texture and looks with the dark green blades of grass and stones giving it a little flare.

Another awesome thing about this Funko Pop is that neither any of them is a bobblehead. Thanos looks the same as the other Thanos Funko Pops except that if you look very closely, he’s still missing one infinity stone, which is still in Vision’s forehead (great attention to detail, Funko). Thanos has a cool spotless paint job. The head is nicely sculpted with the little wrinkles.

Captain America also looks pretty similar with the previous Captain America Funko Pop, except that his hair here is a little messed up. Overall, this Thanos VS Captain America Movie Moments Funko Pop is jam-packed with all the complex details.

For the complete list for the Mad Titan, check out our Thanos Funko Pops complete list.

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Captain America Funko Pop (Avengers Infinity War)

Captain America Funko Pop

After the events in the Captain America: Civil War, we all know that Steve Rogers aka Captain America decided to lie low together with the other Avengers, ergo giving him this bearded look to disguise him.

This standard Captain America Funko Pop (#288) is part of the Avengers: Infinity War line. This Funko Pop is very similar to the Walmart Exclusive Avengers: Infinity War Captain America Funko Pop (#299). It has the same details on the suit less the Wakandan shield. I like the added texture in his beard and hair, giving this Captain America Pop a character.

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WW2 Captain America Funko Pop Exclusive to ECCC

Captain America Funko Pop

In Captain America: First Avenger movie, it showed us how the skinny Steve Rogers transformed to become one of Earth’s finest and mightiest superheroes. He was the first super-soldier created by the Project Rebirth which was overseen by Dr. Abraham Erkskine, the inventor of the Super-Soldier Serum and sole guardian of its formula. Steve Rogers was the perfect fit for the project because of his persistence and desire to serve despite his size.

Therefore, Funko decided to produce this Captain America Pop. This World War II Captain America Emerald City Comic Con Funko Pop (#219) was released in 2017 in Seattle. Due to the limited numbers of this Funko Pop, it is rare and hard to find.

The design inspiration of this Captain America Pop is from his first solo battle with a mission to rescue his best friend, Bucky Barnes. He doesn’t have a battle-ready suit yet so he wears this brown leather jacket over his tour costume plus his first steal shield prop, and steals one of the showgirl’s helmet.

Funko did a good job with the design and I am really impressed how Funko managed to capture all the details in Pop form; like his little brown boot covers with all the little laces on the side. I fancy the colour details on his black and brown boots. The wrinkling in the pants is great with the green knee pads and brown straps in his legs. You can also see the small pouches in his waist with the black snaps. It is also nice to spot that Funko got all the rips and tears in his jacket, one in the front, in his sleeves and also at the back. A lot of attention to details went into this Captain America Funko Pop, including the shield that has battle marks.

The head looks freakin’ awesome; the helmet with the goggles alone appears pretty good. I like the idea that they hung down the straps with the black buckles instead of painting it on the head giving it a more fabulous look. Overall, this Captain America is a really well-done Pop.

Iron Man vs Captain America Funko Pop Twin Pack

Captain America Funko Pop

Next in our list, is the on/off bromance between Ironman VS Captain America Marvel Collector Corps Exclusive Funko Pop.

This is from the MCC-Captain America: Civil War box and it’s twin pack. The inspiration for this Marvel Pop came from the iconic Ironman-Captain America fight scene in Captain America: Civil War movie. 

This Captain America Pop is great, with his shield raised ready to take a repulser beam from Iron Man. The Iron Man suit is dope too.

For more information on this duo set and more Tony Stark love, check out our Iron Man Funko Pop list.

75th Anniversary Captain Sepia America Funko Pop Exclusive to Amazon

Captain America Funko Pop

This Captain America Funko Pop (#159) is released in 2016 to commemorate the 75th anniversary of Captain America’s existence.

This classic Marvel Funko Pop first made its appearance in the Captain America Comics #1, published in March 1941. This Captain America Pop is an Amazon Exclusive Pop, which is pretty rare.

The design concept on this Pop is pretty flawless with the sepia colour tone and the white wings on both sides of his helmet. The paint job is faded giving it a vintage look. The only difference that I notice (aside from the colour) on this Funko Pop is that it has a star at the back which the standard Marvel Captain America Pop (#06) doesn’t have.

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75th Anniversary Captain America Funko Pop

Captain America Funko Pop

Another Funko Pop that is part of the 75th anniversary Captain America Pop line, the Captain America Kohl’s Exclusive Funko Pop (#159). Same design concept with the Amazon Exclusive Captain America Pop (#159) except this one has a more vibrant colour and he’s carrying a photon shield or also known as the “Energy Shield”.

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Action Pose Captain America Funko Pop Exclusive to Gamestop (Civil War)

Captain America Funko Pop

Now, let us focus with the Captain America: Civil War Funko Pop line.

This GameStop Exclusive Captain America (#137) is one of the many variants in the Captain America Pop vinyl collection. What’s nice with this Pop is that it’s in action pose.

He’s wearing his new Avengers uniform (which is also the one he used in the Avengers: Infinity War movie) and the paint finish on this Funko is super vibrant and lively. His helmet is nicely sculpted with all the fine details including the straps under his chin.

What I love with his helmet/mask is that the eyes are not painted on the mask like the first renditions. Funko got all the details in his suit, with the blue knee pads, the red stripes his arms and shoulder pads that have the engraved letter “A”.

Fun Fact: As you can notice, this suit is slightly different from the following movies: Captain America: First Avenger, Winter Soldier, and Avengers: Age of Ultron.

Why is that? Because for the first three movies, it was S.H.I.E.L.D who designed his uniform whilst in the Civil War and Infinity War movie, it was Tony Stark that took over in designing Captain America’s outfits. His suits may all look the same but if you look closely, there is a slight difference in the colour and design in the stripes in his arms, his suit and even the boots.

Captain America Funko Pop (Civil War)

Captain America Funko Pop

Another Pop that is part of the Captain America: Civil War Pop line is this standard Civil War: Captain America Funko Pop (#125).

This Funko Pop is in standing pose with similar details as the previous Captain America Pop (#137). If you’re wondering where his shield is, it’s at his back. This is one of the first Captain America Pop that didn’t attach his shield at his arm, which pretty cool.

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Agent Carter Funko Pop

Though technically not a Captain America Pop, I felt like I had to include her in here.

Agent Peggy Carter is an agent in the Strategic Scientific Reserve (S.S.R) and also one of the founding members of S.H.I.E.LD. She is Steve Rogers’ first love.

This Agent Carter Funko Pop (#96) has her wearing the iconic red hat and tailored skirt suit. This Pop has her signature hairstyle and the colour of this Pop is faded so it has this 1940s look. This is the Sepia version which I think is loads better than the standard version.

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Unmasked Captain America Funko Pop Exclusive to SDCC (Avengers Age of Ultron)

Captain America Funko Pop

Here we have the unmasked variant of the Captain America (Avengers: Age of Ultron) Funko Pop (#92). This Captain America Pop is a San Diego Comic-Con Exclusive released in 2015, so one of the rare and pricey Captain America Pops.

I love the hairstyle in this one, looking like just Steve Rogers. Everything around the body suit looks crisp and clean. He wears the Age of Ultron suit which has the white straps on both of his arms. His boots are brown with the red straps on it. Same details on his belt, holster and shield.

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Captain America Funko Pop (Avengers Age of Ultron)

Captain America Funko Pop

Next is the standard Avengers: Age of Ultron Captain America (#87). This is the masked version of the SDCC 2015 Captain America Pop.

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Winter Soldier Funko Pop

Bucky Barnes is Steve Rogers’ best friend and was captured by Hydra. He was brainwashed to become Hydra’s secret weapon.

This Winter Soldier Funko Pop (#44) is the masked version of the standard Winter Soldier (#43). The details on his long, brown hair are good. The sculpt of the mask is unbelievable, with all the in-depth forms in his eye goggles and the textured mouth cover. Look at the details on the chest area, with all the silver straps that cross and go over them even the back details are on point. I love how Funko did his metallic custom-fitted cybernetic prosthetic arm with the red Soviet Communist star, even with the metal rivets in his knuckle. This  Pop is really solid work.

Despite being a standard Winter Soldier Pop (#44), as of writing, this Pop retails for $100 (according to poppriceguide.com).

Unmasked Winter Soldier Funko Pop

Here we have the unmasked version of the Winter Soldier (#43). Overall, they have the same details as the previous one, less the eye goggles. Another rare standard Pop that retails at $75.

Black Widow Funko Pop (Winter Soldier)

Another Funko Pop that is part of the Captain America: The Winter Soldier Pop line is the Black Widow (#42). As far as I know, this Pop figure is an early rendition of the Black Widow Pop, that’s why it has fewer details than the newly released versions.

There are many good-looking details in her outfit, with a lot of sculpted grooves and straps that go across her legs, even in her belt and holster area. The paint on this Pop is pretty clean with the red Black Widow symbol in her buckle. The hairstyle is simple and I like how Funko sculpted the grooves.

Unmasked Captain America Funko Pop (Winter Soldier)

Captain America Funko Pop

This Unmasked Captain America Funko Pop (#41) is a Toymatrix Exclusive Pop. This Captain America Pop is wearing his “stealth uniform” designed by S.H.I.E.L.D.

The colours in this suit are more subdued compared to the vibrant blue and red tones. You can see that his suit here is different from all of his suit from the previous Funko Pops because of the star with the greyish white stripes on the side plus it doesn’t have the red and white stripes in his abdomen area.

With this suit, Captain America is more identified as a member of S.H.I.E.L.D than an Avenger. What I don’t like in this Captain America Pop is his hairstyle, it looks cartoony for me.

Glow In The Dark Captain America Funko Pop Exclusive to Hot Topic (Winter Soldier)

Captain America Funko Pop

Another exclusive in the Captain America: Winter Soldier Funko Pop line is the Captain America Hot Topic Exclusive Pop (#41).

This exclusive Marvel Funko Pop is a masked version of the Captain America Pop and it glows in the dark. It has the same details as the unmasked version but if you look closely in his helmet, they got cool little textures in the eyepiece and along the side of his head.

I really like how they included the grooved textures at the back of his helmet and also his chin strap looks good.

This glow in the dark version of Captain America is by far the most expensive in the Captain America: The Winter Soldier line. This Pop retails for $210 (according to poppriceguide.com).

Black & White Captain America Funko Pop Exclusive to B&N (Winter Soldier)

Captain America Funko Pop

This Barnes & Noble Exclusive Captain America Pop is the black and white version of the masked Captain America Pop (#41). This Pop has the vintage feel to it because of the colour. If you’re a fan of Cap and you’re really interested with this variant, I think it’s worth getting.

Captain America Funko Pop (Winter Soldier)

Captain America Funko Pop

Last in our Captain America: The Winter Soldier Funko Pop list is the standard Captain America Funko Pop (#125). As of writing, this Funko Pop is vaulted and is priced at $44.

Captain America Funko Pop (Avengers)

Captain America Funko Pop

Next up is the Avengers Captain America Funko Pop (#10). This is one of earliest rendition of the Captain America Pop. The suit he’s wearing is the first modern suit that was created by S.H.I.E.L.D for Cap.

This suit is based on his 1940s outfit with a little modification made to it. The design on this Pop is simple compared to the other suits. The paint job is flawless with its vibrant colour.

Red Skull Funko Pop

Captain America Funko Pop

This classic Marvel comics Red Skull Funko Pop (#07) is the first version of Funko with Red Skull. The design inspiration for this Pop is from the Captain America Comics #5, which was released in August 1941. The bright red and army green combination on this Pop is great with the addition of the glossy black gloves and boots. It’s a very simple sculpt but it is very effective, looks really clean.

This Funko Pop is one of the priciest among the list because of its rarity, the price for this Red Skull Pop is $370.

Captain America Funko Pop Exclusive to SDCC

Captain America Funko Pop

Another classic Marvel Funko Pop is this San Diego Comic 2017 Captain America Pop (#06). They call this the “Bucky Cap” because it is the combination of Bucky Barnes and Captain America.

The inspiration for this Marvel Pop came from the comics when Bucky Barnes agreed to become Captain America, he designed a new outfit for the role. It still has the concept of Captain America’s suit with the addition of the black pants that the Winter Soldier wears. Overall, this Funko Pop is a great addition to every Captain America fan.

Captain America Funko Pop Exclusive to Comikaze

Captain America Funko Pop

This classic Marvel Captain America Pop is a Comikaze 2014 exclusive. This Pop is the unmasked version of the standard classic Captain America. What’s awesome with this is that it’s metallic.

The design of this Pop is similar to the 75th anniversary Captain America Pop (#159). The hairstyle is pretty simple and looks cartoony for me. The unique thing about this Pop is that the shield is removable.

Metallic Captain America Funko Pop Exclusive to SDCC

Captain America Funko Pop

This Pop is the most expensive and rarest Captain America Pop in this entire line. Here we have the San Diego Comic-Con 2011 exclusive Metallic Captain America Funko Pop (#06).

The mind-blowing price tag on this Funko Pop is $1340 and features on our Most Expensive Funko Pop Top 50. Only 480 pieces were made hence being the rarest in the entire Captain America Funko Pop line.

Black and White Captain America Funko Pop Exclusive to Gemini

Captain America Funko Pop

This classic Marvel Captain America Funko Pop (#06) is the second most expensive and hard to find Captain America figure.

This is a Gemini Collectibles Exclusive Pop with a staggering price tag of $740. The Pop is a black and white variant of the Captain America Pop (#06). Only 240 pieces were made when this was released in 2011.

Captain America Funko Pop 

Captain America Funko Pop

Last but not least, is the standard classic Captain America piece (#06). This Pop was released in 2011, being the first ever variant in the Captain America line. This Pop has started it all.

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