Unlike the previous two figures I reviewed from this line, Cap B’s articulation is back to acceptable levels. His head and abs are ball joints. His shoulders, elbows, hips, and ankles are swivel/hinges. He’s got swivel cuts on his wrists and thighs, while his knees are double hinges. Basically, this figure’s up to Marvel Universe standards in poseability.
Captain Britain comes with two accessories. First is a giant missile firing arm cannon, which I’m pretty sure came from the Iron Man movie line. Weapons like this don’t do much for me, which is fine because they’re mostly for kid appeal.
His second accessory is much cooler sword Excalibur. It has nicely sculpted details along the hilt and the blade. It was also given a metallic silver and gold paint job, making it pretty snazzy all around. These are the kind of accessories I love seeing.
If a Captain Britain figure is made, then I’ll probably end up buying it because I’m biased towards the character. But even so, this figure’s design and metallic colors make it my favorite Cap B figure of the Marvel Universe lines and definitely worth your money.