|God Bless Hasbro!|
|Captain America (Vol. 1) #255|
What caught my eye first with this figure was the Kirby image used at the top left hand corner of the packaging, and I quite like the four images of Cap from various eras of publication beginning with the original Cap all the way to a modern (at the time) representation of the classic outfit to the right of the figure. Though not clearly labeled as such, this is an early ("Golden Age") Captain America image as evidenced by the triangular shield rather than the more iconic circular one.
Though it may sound blasphemous, in some ways, the design of the figure feels more reminiscent of John Byrne's old school Captain America as he appeared w-a-a-a-ay back in Captain America #255. This was the first issue I purchased of Cap's comic book, solely because it was drawn by Byrne. The issue was also the first that I read that explained Bucky, a character who at the time (and for decades after seemed to destined to never return from the dead.
Part of the Marvel Legends Build-a-Figure Series 18(!) from Hasbro, this figure includes the Queen Brood's left legs--yup, plural! Oddly, the placement of the additional appendages in the packaging makes it appear as if Cap has a mutated extra right arm--which might have been kind of cool, too!