Evolution of The Falcon
The 1st Black Action Figure
The Falcon is the first African-American superhero, and the first Black superhero with his own action figure, which debuted in the 1974.
As we shared earlier here, Falcon was Captain America’s superhero partner, and shared co-billing on the comic book series Captain America and the Falcon in the 70s.
As the superhero Falcon, Sam Wilson uses mechanical wings to fly, granting him limited telepathic and empathic control over birds.
Always sporting his signature wings, the Falcon action figure has evolved dramatically over the years.
You can see for your self when you peek below at our favorite versions of Falcon’s action figures.
We are digging the broad range from
vintage to modern,
silly to serious,
tiny to huge.
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Old School Falcons
[Marvel, Captain America The Winter Soldier, Super Soldier Gear Action Figure, Rocket Storm Falcon]
This Falcon is only about 3.5 inches tall but has plenty of details including missile pack and missile. Get yours HERE.
Big Falcon: Giving You A Hand full & an Ear Full
Falcon For The Little Ones
Playskool Heroes Super Hero Adventures Captain America & Marvels Falcon Toy
- Fun, high quality version of Falcon
- Appeals to collectors, fans, and kids of all ages
- Recommended for Ages 3+
- Approximately 6 Inch tall
- Available HERE for less than $15
FALCON’S LATEST ACTION FIGURE
“I Aint No Joke” Falcon
This 12-inch movie-accurate collectible is specially crafted based on the image of Anthony Mackie as Falcon in the film. Featuring a finely detailed costume, LED light up flight backpack, Falcon’s signature wings, weapons, and a dynamic figure stand perfect for flight poses. Don’t miss this opportunity to catch this high-flying ally of Captain America. You can find it HERE.