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Miscellaneous Series Silver Age - 1999






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Captain America


This Captain America is painted a bit different than the others in that his costume and mask are not connected which is how he was drawn back in the 40s. The other big difference is that he comes with his classic 40s shield he carried in World War II, which is done very well and looks very good. Like the other versions of this figure, he is very articulated and painted very well.

Figure ability: None
Accessories: None


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Grey Hulk


This Hulk is actually a repaint of the Smash and Crash series Incredible Hulk figure but with an added ripped up shirt. The figure has a new head is painted to resemble the Grey Hulk rather than the normal green one. The figure also comes with nice bright blue pants along with new brown boots. This would be the first of a few Grey Hulk figures to be modeled in his classic appearance. This also adds another Hulk figure to the Hulk toyline.

Figure ability: None
Accessories: None


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Gwen Stacy


Gwen Stacy is the only new character to be added in this series She is made from an Aurora body from the Alpha Flight line with a different head. She comes with a snap on skirt as well. The figure is very well done and is painted very well. This is one figure that many fans did not think would get made, but here she is. She fits in well with Spider-Man figures released around this time.

Figure ability: None
Accessories: None


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Spider-Man


This is actually a repaint from the old Marvel Superheroes line of the multi-jointed Spider-Man. The old figure was arguably ahead of its time, and so it was brought back and painted up in a really nice metallic red/blue color scheme and had the webs under his arms like he wore in the early comics. The extra belt around his waist and cuffs around his wrists and ankles are similar to the Scarlet Spider.

Figure ability: None
Accessories: None

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Last edited by Seril on 2010-07-14 00:00:00

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