Notice all the variants – I will probably be skipping the remastered covers. Even when it’s a Sal Buscema remastered cover. I’ve sort of lost my taste for the ultra rare or colorless (they call them B&W or “sketch”) covers. It’s hard to justify spending the type of cash you need to acquire these covers when you could get some solid silver-age issues that have some real historical value!
That being said, the interview below makes me more interested in this new series. I’m looking forward to seeing what they have in store for the green goliath!
I am gearing up for Infinity War just as I bet many of you are. I picked this Thanos up many, many years ago and just found it again recently. I think this was one of the earliest Thanos figures to be produced – besides the 1995 Fantastic Four figure. The biggest rub was that I actually worked at Toys R Us when all these characters were released!
I should have picked them up then! Of course, my collection has changed and morphed so much over the years there is no guarantee that I would have kept him through out the years. Either way, it’s far from the best – might actually be one of the worst – but still pretty awesome to have!