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Hydra Soldier (Marvel Prime)


Recommend Figure: Hasbro Marvel Legends Brood Queen wave Hydra Soldier

  •  Why you need it for your collection?:
    • While this is what Hydra Soldiers looked like for a long time, this was part of Hasbro early waves of Marvel Legends, this while it had the detail it also had the problem of articulation and was also very hard to find (Hasbro distribution was horrible at the time, even for Onlin buyers).
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Bucky Barnes and Community

I think one of the (many) tragedies of Bucky Barnes is his exclusion from any sort of community.

Follow me here. In CA:TFA, he starts out with a sense of community – he has friends, presumably family, dates and ends up assigned to the 107th – an infantry made up of other New Yorkers. 9 more words


Sasquatch / Box (Walter Langkowski, Marvel Prime)

There must be something Marvel contract that says that all furry heroes must be brilliant scientists. Introduced in X-Men #120 (1979) by Chris Claremont and John Bryne, Sasquatch and the rest of Alpha Flight actually started off as enemies to the X-men. 383 more words

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Man-Thing ( Ted Sallis, Marvel Prime)

Who would have thought that the intersection of all of realities is in Florida’s swamps. Introduced in Strange Tales #1 (1971) by Steve Gerber, Roy Thomas, Gerry Conway and Gray Morrow, Man-Thing would go from being just another one of Marvel’s Monsters to the guardian of the Nexus of All-Reality. 294 more words

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Wonder Woman: We should just let her kick ass.

Spoiler Alert: Do I think that Wonder Woman is the best DC movie so far? No, that honor still belongs to The Dark Knight. Wonder Woman is a good movie but it is just not that good. 767 more words