During the second World War, Steve Rogers, a patriotic soldier and the recipient of the Super Solder Serum became the living symbol of sovereignty. He woke up after years of being frozen to continue his battle for liberty. Captain America first appeared in the Timely Comics in 1941 and gained immense popularity soon after its creation. It even inspired several television and film series and still features on children’s merchandise.
Captain America coloring pages allows little fans to travel to fantasy lands and defeat the evil and accomplish the mission with their favorite superhero. We have ten of the most amazing “Captain America” coloring pages. We’ve included not just the coloring pages, but also of all the major characters of the film.
Captain America Coloring Pages For Your Little One
1. Captain America:
Here’s the Captain America coloring page, ready for some action. Captain America is a superhero appearing in Marvel Comics. He is the alter ego of Steve Rogers, a weak and frail young man who received a serum for enhancing the human powers to its peak during the Second World War. You will always see Captain America wearing a red and blue costume that bears an American flag motif. He comes armed with an indestructible shield that also doubles as a weapon. Captain America possesses extreme strength, high intelligence, speed, endurance and agility.
2. Peggy Carter:
Here a coloring page of Peggy Carted, an American agent and Captain America’s beloved. She was one of the most prominent agents of the Strategic Scientific Reserve. She joined the Strategic Scientific Reserve to fight against HYDRA, the Nazi’s super weapons division. The success of her mission encouraged her to start the project Rebirth. The project aimed to develop a Super Soldier Serum to make an army of Super Soldiers. After serving the French resistance, Peggy was ordered to protect a secret laboratory.
3. Red Skull:
Red Skull or Johann Schmidt is the commanding force and the founder of HYDRA, a weapon division of the Nazi. Johann Schmidt was a brilliant scientist and even fought through the Nazi elite to become the confidant of Adolf Hitler. But Johann Schmidt was a very ambitious man. His ambition to become the superior being on earth led him to test the upper Serum soldier on himself, which turned him into the scary Red Skull. He even turned his back on the Third Reich and tried to rule the world alone. But his plans were challenged by Captain America.
4. Winter Soldier:
Winter Soldier or Bucky is the sidekick of Captain America. Bucky first appeared in Captain America Comics in 1941 as Captain America’s friend. He became the member of the Howling Commands, but during a battle on a HYDRA train, Bucky fell off the train. He was assumed to be dead, but later brought back in 2005 as Winter Soldier, the villainous assassin. When the HYDRA members sent him to kill SHIELD, Steve Rogers confronted him, which helped him to remember who he really was. He even played the role of Captain America when Steve Rogers was declared to be dead.
5. Nick Fury:
Here’s a Captain America coloring sheet of the legendary Nick Fury. Nick Fury was the son of the World War 1 pilot Jack Fury. He became a popular figure during the years of World War, taking several missions along with his ally and friends Red Hargrove. He later worked with Bucky and Steve Rogers (Captain America), who became his allies. But a grenade attack damaged Fury’s eye and lack of medical care aggravated the wound. Tony Stark later selected Fury as the director of SHIELD. He recruited several Howlers to the organizations, including Captain America. They rekindled their friendship and fought the enemies together.
6. Howard Stark:
Here’s a Captain America color page of Howard Stark, the founder of the Stark Industries and father of Tony Stark. During the Second World War, Howard worked on various projects, including the Project Rebirth and Manhattan Project. He even aided the Strategic Scientific Reserve fight against HYDRA. Besides, Howard also made the second shield of Captain America. But after the end of the World War 2, Howard was imprisoned under the charges of distributing weapons to the enemies of the United States.
7. Arnim Zola:
Arnim Zola was a Swizz doctor and scientist working for the HYDRA before and after the Second World War He was originally an employee of Sturmabteilung Nazi, but Johann Schmidt later recruited him to become the Master of Science for the HYDRA organization. During the World War, Arnim Zola made many weapons for HYDRA to help it in its quest for world domination. But Zola got a fatal disease in the 1970’s that eventually destroyed his mind.
8. Captain America Shield:
This is a Captain America shield coloring page, the primary offensive and defensive weapon of Steve Rogers. The shield is shaped just like a traditional shield, but is made entire of steel. Steve Rogers would dress up as the patriotic costume, carry a shield shaped like the American flag and tour the city, promoting War Bonds. The second shield of Captain America was made entirely of vibranium Howard Stark had presented the shield to Steve Rogers so that he could protect himself from gunfire.
9. Doraemon As Captain America:
The cute coloring page shows Doberman dressed as Captain America. Doraemon is a robotic cat sent to help Nobita by Swashi. He has a fourth-dimensional pocket from where he can acquire futuristic tools and gadgets from the future. But can Doraemon save the world from the villains just like Captain America? Ask your child what he thinks about Doraemon as Captain and see what he answers. Be ready for some amusing replies.
10. Captain America In Avengers:
This coloring page features Captain America with two of the other core members of Avengers Thor and Hawkeye. Steve Rogers or Captain got his no-nonsense attitude, leadership and strength to the Avengers too. He fought alongside the other Avengers, becoming a dedicated SHIELD agent. He completed several projects and operations with his fellow agent Black Widow. Unlike more of the members of the Avengers, Captain America remained the member and leader of the second incarnation of the Avengers even after the duel against Ultron.
Each of these Captain America printable coloring pages is sure to make your little one smile. Let your child go wild with his imagination and color this superhero and the other characters as beautifully as he can. Does your child like superheroes? Whom does he like the most? Share his choice with us in the comment box below.