With Guardians of the Galaxy hitting theaters next summer and Hasbro touting 2013 as the year of the “Mini Build-A-Figure,” we assumed Rocket Raccoon was a pretty safe bet, and sure enough, there he is. This little hero makes his Legends debut in three parts– Wrecker includes the head and gun, Black Panther the arms, and everything else comes with Jean Grey. We sell the set of five different 6 inch figures but you can also buy them individually.
The 6-inch scale IRON MAN MARVEL LEGENDS figures are highly articulated with collector-friendly detail! IRON MAN MARVEL LEGENDS figures are also part of the Iron Monger Series Build-A-Figure collection. Each figure comes with a body part you can use to build your own Iron Monger figure.
The second wave of 2013 Marvel figures has arrived! Grab ‘em all and you can build the Guardians of the Galaxy’s ROCKET RACCOON. Of course, the actual collection is an interesting one too, featuring Scarlet Spider, Black Panther and then two versions of Hawkeye, Wrecker OR Bulldozer and three iterations of Jean Grey. Order one of the variant figures and you get a random!
If you prefer, of course, you can also order them as a complete set, with random variants!
Deadpool never fails to look absolutely awesome and if you’re a fan of the character, you’ll definitely want to snag this awesome Gentle Giant mini-bust.
It’s the perfect addition to your collection if you’re graduating beyond just action figures, but you’re not sure you need to take up any more space with more gigantic statues. This one stands only about 6 inches tall, but manages to pack in a ton of Awesome as the Merc with a Mouth brandishes a machine gun one-handed.
With the incredible success of this year’s THOR film and the impending release of THE AVENGERS, it’s really no surprise that we’re seeing a lot more of the hammer-wielding God of Thunder. Marvel seems intent on bringing this guy back and we’re just happy to have him! This new Marvel Select figure revisits Thor’s roots and offers him in his original incarnation and classic look.
Standing 8 inches tall, this figure wields Mjolnir and stands atop a sculpted base, ready to call down the full power of Asgard in a bolt of lightning! Order now and he ships out next month!
Bowen Designs is responsible for a ton of the great, classic Marvel busts and statues that have been released over the years. From Mystique to Kraven, Iron Man to Dr. Strange, almost every character in the Marvel universe has been immortalised by these guys. And now, there’s a new 19-inch statue that captures the awesomeness of the Mighty Thor through the lens of the Bowen crew. Take a look!
Spinning Mjolnir at a blinding rate, this amazing sculpt stands 19 inches tall and is ready to unleash the fury of Asgard on his foe. Randy Bowen’s amazing design suits the character perfectly. If you’re a fan of the God of Thunder, this is one you’ll definitely want to snag.
SUE STORM, the Invisible Woman, gets the Bishoujo treatemtn as a PVC statue figure from Kotobukiya.
Using a blend of clear and painted PVC, she begins to vanish just as she walks confidently and teasingly toward the viewer, dropping the sharp remains of a force field as she goes. With a defeated opponent beneath her, she strides confidently away in her classic Fantastic Four outfit.
Sue stands about 9 inches tall and features the hand of a massive green monster from the cover of Fantastic Four #1, “The Mole Man’s Monster”.
Who really killed Captain America?
Crossbones carried out the assassination of Captain America, although Sharon Carter, who was under hypnosis at the time, is believed to have fired the fatal shots.
Who is Crossbones?
Crossbones usually appears as a henchman of the Red Skull. He is usually a mercenary. He made his first appearance in the issues of Captain America.
Here is a picture of the new 3.75 inch Crossbones figure from the new Captain America Marvel Universe line set to be released in June of 2011.
Article by by Borys Kit from The Hollywood Reporter.
Black Panther is back in development at Marvel Studios.
The company has hired Mark Bailey, who hails from the documentary film world, to pen a take on the character, the king of a resource-rich fictional African country who becomes a super hero. Marvel’s Kevin Feige is producing.
The Black Panther first appeared in the pages of the Fantastic Four comic in 1966 and is considered the first black hero in mainstream comics. A movie version was in development at Columbia in the early 1990s with Wesley Snipes on board to star in an Indiana Jones-style adventure.
Snipes remained attached to Panther even when the property transferred to Artisan Entertainment, best known for making The Blair Witch Project. At the time it had several Marvel films in development.
Marvel reacquired the rights to Panther in 2005 when it absorbed a host of character licenses from Lionsgate, which bought Artisan in 2003.
On a certain level, Bailey is an odd choice to write an a Black Panther movie. The scribe’s credits include stints as a writer or story editor on hard-hitting HBO documentaries such as Pandemic: Facing AIDS and Ghost of Abu Ghraib. His most recent project, being developed by Chockstone Productions, is a feature adaptation of the non-fiction book The Last of the Tribe: The Epic Quest to Save a Lone Man in the Amazon, to which Doug Liman (The Bourne Identity) is attached to direct.
But going against the grain has been a long-standing tradition for Marvel when developing its characters (remember the puzzlement by watchful fans when Alvin Sargent, the writer of Ordinary People, was tapped to write a Spider-Man movie?) and Bailey, repped by CAA, brings realism and grittiness to the project.
The Valkyrie vs. Green Hulk 2-pack has arrived in our Marvel Legends Face-Off Twin Packs collection! The 6-inch Valkyrie figure, which comes with the weaponry you would expect in the capable hands of an Asgardian warrior woman, stands off against the monstrous Hulk!
Empowered and driven mad by Asgardian magic, Samantha Parrington attacked the Hulk. The fight that resulted was a battle for the ages. For blocks around, concrete was shattered by the concussive force of their blows. Both combatants staggered away from that fight with little memory of what had actually occurred. Later, as Samantha gained full control of her incredible powers, she joined the Hulk as a member of the Defenders.