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’m pretty sure I have yet to leave a plush Hulk sitting on a shelf. Something about figures, comics and plushes always get me the most excited. These two very different Hulk plush – or as my daughter calls them “softs” – also look a bit similar, especially the hair! The above Hulk is the friendlier looking, more classic colored Hulk but I think I prefer the Hulk below. Mainly, due tot he irritated look on his face. He’s not angry just slightly annoyed.
Both of these softs can be found at Toys R Us and for less than $10. The softer of the two is the one above – so if you’re into cuddling your plush then grab the little guy above and snuggle up. Just don’t admit it. Especially to your wife. She’ll look at you like you’re a weirdo.
I was both curious and excited to see what Lego had in store for the Marvel license in the new year. I knew they would be releasing movie based sets but when I discovered this set was on the horizon I was most excited about getting a true classic Green Hulk Lego guy! The other Lego sets have sported a Hulk based on a movie version. This is a true bright green, purple pants Hulk that has been aching to be made!
The only downside was having to get a Red Hulk along with him. Bonus, though, is getting a Red and Green She Hulk along for the ride. A while back, while at a comic con I was conned (HA! See what I did there?) into buying a knock off Red Hulk figure. I was told that Lego was going to release a Thunderbolts set – which, I admit, should’ve been my first clue. The Thunderbolts was not the most popular book while Ross was in charge.
That being said, when I compared the knock off to the real deal you can see just how much better that the Lego Red Hulk is – complete with blazing yellow eyes and a better scowl. The only odd thing is that the Lego Hulk apparently wasn’t worth sculpting toes. Good luck having a piggy go “wee wee wee” all the way home now!
The vehicles are pretty bad ass. Each of them with shooting guns and huge tires! This was a blast putting together with my daughter and you I feel 4 figures and two big vehicles are worth the money for this set. Especially when you get a Hulks like these:
I told you about the classic Hulk! Compare him with some of the other Hulk offerings from before:
The new Hulk has that classic 70’s/80’s bright green coloring and bright purple pants – unlike the more forest green and violet pants of the first classic Hulk offered. And, of course, it’s so much better than the movie Hulk in tan pants we were first presented with! Best part though? The mini-comic:
Just saw this set announced for the 2017 season – it includes the Green and Red versions of the Hulk and She-Hulk! The best part of the whole set is the figures – but the vehicles are pretty great too – look for it on the shelves of your local shop!
They have decided to do something a little different now – and not something I like – but the medium green Hulk is hidden in the package. It may take me a while to find someone to part with their little pudgy Hulk because I am sure not going to buy a whole bunch of these packages just to get him! No worries – I’m on the hunt!
These have been out for a while hanging on the TRU pegs – a slew of Deadpool inspired minimates including the infamous Hulkpool! I think anyone who has been reading this blog for a while would recall I have a special little nickname for this incarnation of Deadpool that expresses my feelings for that character. 10 no points to anyone who can comment below with the name!
A Savage Hulk comes along with Hulkpool – a very decent new head paint – and it’s always good to have a new Hulk. I think it maybe time to post a list of all the Hulk minimates available – because there are A LOT!
Also available is another set with a first appearance Wolverine. He comes with a debut Deadpool – another way of saying “first appearance”. As everyone will remember Wolvie first shows up in the pages of the Hulk and I felt compelled to pick this 2-pack up as well.
It’s amazing what you can find strolling around your local toy shop. Usually I don’t get lucky these days with new Hulk merchandise being so scarce. The focus right now is on Civil War and they didn’t seem to find a place for the Hulk to join in that slug-fest (not that I’m complaining – GREAT movie!) so we aren’t handed as much green treasures as we’d like. This ball was a welcome find then seeing as most of the merchandise you see are Avengers themed rather than solely featuring the Hulk. As an added bonus it seems they went the extra mile and featured either side with a different illustration.