There is certainly no shortage of Hulk keychains. In fact, if there was an apocalyptic event that left us with very few resources I could safely say I would not worry about running low on Hulk keychains, like, ever! This one features a very classic Hulk stance made of rubber. It has some real great detail for something so small – but keychains like this would not last on my keychain rotation. It’s too big for my liking (that’s what she said) as I clip my keys to my belt loop (like a janitor) and… I don’t know, it’s just too big.
It was brought to my attention when I last posted these last I had missed one. I have corrected this situation and now have all 3 little emoji Hulk faces. I still think the best one is the one on the right with just a slightly perturbed look. Like my wife looks when I fart in bed ad try to act like it was her.
Even though this is supposed to be based on the Hulk from Thor: Ragnarok there is no war paint on his face and the real shame is that they decided not to include a helmet with the mask. Can you even imagine how amazing this would have been in full Planet Hulk mode? Of course that would have doubled the price… and with the mask already sporting a $20 price tag I don’t think that was ever an option.
The cool thing about the mask is the mouth and eyebrows move as you speak into it. This is much like the Chewbacca mask that was made viral by the mom on youtube except that this is way better – because it’s the Hulk.
Kohl’s had this without a tag in the clearance section. Clearance sections are hit and miss these days as it takes a while for most things to hit an affordable price again. I asked the lady at the counter how much it was and she replied “I have no idea” I swear I stood there for a good 15 seconds with neither of us saying a word. It was real awkward. I then asked how we go about finding out so that I may purchase it. She huffed and grabbed the phone. She asked the person on the other line how she could find a price. When she hung up she looked at me and said “How much do you want to pay for it?” I responded with “How’s $3?” She said – and I swear this is true – “I don’t care. How’s $1?” I literally had to go to my car an get 4 quarters since I don’t usually carry cash on me. I paid $1 for this little forgotten Hulk piece in the clearance section by a woman who clearly hated her job. And maybe her life.
The search for the Hulk faces are over (I think?) and I could not be happier. There are times when I see that Marvel has released a new set of something with blind boxes (or bags) and I curse them. I get why they are a good idea – but it doesn’t stop me from hating him so much.
The emoji face balls, as I call them, are both hilarious and confusingly useless. They don’t bounce, so they don’t act like a ball, and they aren’t much more than the little round head so… very ball shaped. I’ve also found a Hulk pin that was released with the artwork for the angry Hulk face. So now I can carry I’m everywhere!
All I was able to find is the Hulk that looks suspicious of everyone. Not angry, not annoyed, but more like you just told him that he needs to watch his little brother on Saturday night so he won’t be able to go to the football game with his friends. He’s looking slightly confused to see if you were talking to him or not.
I also found the buzzed Rocket and high AF Groot. These guys make an amazing threesome. Like the “See no evil, hear no evil speak no evil” monkeys – but ones who refuse to play their respective parts.
“Damnit, Mom! Louie was going to borrow his Dad’s Chevelle!”
I showed you a while ago that I had two of the green figures. I knew it was only a matter of time before I found the middle green. Luckily, my daughter loves these things and we were getting them for her as a treat and she found the middle one sometime in Jan. I just came across the Large Red Hulk one as well – and the middle Red came from a blind package. The background it comes with makes it easy to figure out which package it is without even opening it up!