This paper provides full asymptotic crack-tip field solutions for an antiplane (mode-III) stationary crack in a functionally graded material. We use the complex variable approach and an asymptotic scaling factor to provide an efficient procedure for solving standard and perturbed Laplace equations associated with antiplane fracture in a graded material. We present the out-of-plane displacement and the shear stress solutions for a crack in exponentially and linearly graded materials by considering the gradation of the shear modulus either parallel or perpendicular to the crack. We discuss the characteristics of the asymptotic solutions for a graded material in comparison with the homogeneous solutions. We address the effects of the mode-III stress intensity factor and the antiplane T-stress onto crack-tip field solutions. Finally, engineering significance of the present work is discussed.