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Marvel Universe Series 2 - Wave 6 - 2010

Series 11 of Marvel Universe was released in October 2010 and included 5 new figures. This wave suffered from incredibly poor distribution and many collectors had easily found Series 12 before seeing any of these! With only 1 of each new figure in a case of 12, it became quite difficult to find any of them. Thanos was the most popular, with Iron Man 2020 being the 'easiest' (but not too easy) to find.

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Frank Payne started off wanting to do good. He joined S.H.I.E.L.D. hoping that he could make the world just a little bit safer for his wife and daughter. An undercover operation gone wrong left him a broken man, and he fell into a life of crime, becoming the deadly Constrictor. For years, he has worked as a freelance criminal. Only recently, with the amnesty offered by Superman Registration, has he returned to his calling, and begun once again to try making the world a better place.

Figure ability: None
Accessories: Figure Stand

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Dark Hawkeye

For Bullseye, working as Norman Osborn's Hawkeye is like having a free pass to do everything he ever wanted. He gets to operate in the open, be as bad as he wants, and people cheer for him. He even gets to indulge his urge to hunt heroes like Daredevil and Spider-Man, and the nightly news loves him for it. He never thought being a hero could be such a thrill, but he could get used to it.

Figure ability: None
Accessories: Arrow, Bow, Quiver of Arrows, Figure Stand

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Iron Man 2020

Arno Stark isn't quite the hero his cousin Tony was, but he does his best - as long as the best is what pays. The world of 2020 is less about right and wrong, and more about the bottom line, which is why Iron Man always works for the highest bidder. Of course, he's also got to answer to his Board, so he tries to keep his eye on the big picture. If a mission won't enhance Stark Industries' stock price, then he almost always regretfully declines.

Figure ability: None
Accessories: Yellow Energy Blast, Figure Stand

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Born disfigured, Thanos became obsessed with mortality at an early age. As he grew and came into the power he had inherited from his Eternal parents, his obsession became a determination to wipe out all life in the universe. For ages, he has traveled the stars, seeking ways to finally achieve his dream of a cosmos at peace, with not a single living thing to mar it. From time to time, he has very nearly achieved this goal, and been stopped only by the powerful cooperation of the most powerful beings in the universe.

Figure ability: None
Accessories: Infinity Gauntlet, Figure Stand

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Yellowjacket (with Ant Man)

Brilliant but unstable biochemist and robotics engineer Henry Pym never really intended to become a Super Hero. When a group of spies captured his assistants, he was forced to use his inventions to save them. That is when he discovered his true calling. Since that day, he has been one of America's foremost heroes, adventuring with various groups of Avengers. Thou he has suffered many tragedies over the years, he has never stopped trying o be the best hero he can be.

Figure ability: None
Accessories: Figure Stand, Mini Ant-Man Figure

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Last edited by Seril on 2011-05-27 16:21:00

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