Hulkbuster Mark XLIV (44) Statue, Movies & Marvel Universe Statues, Hulkbuster Iron Man Mark XLIV (44) Statue

Hulkbuster Mark XLIV (44) Statue, Movies & Marvel Universe Statues, Hulkbuster Iron Man Mark XLIV (44) Statue

Hulkbuster Iron Man Mark XLIV (44) Statue

This Hulkbuster Mark XLIV (44) Statue depicts the main suit featured in Marvel’s Avengers: Age of Ultron, the Hulkbuster Armor that can be deployed from orbit, forming a protective shell around the Mark 43. This Hulkbuster is a 75% die-cast metal, fully articulated figurine with articulated systems and mechanisms throughout its suit. The armor features over 60 points of articulation, and LED lights in various parts of the suit, including eyes, chest Arc Reactor, palms, back, knees, calves, and soles. The Mark XLIV Hulkbuster statue contains showroom quality gloss and matte metallic paints with protective coating, and a spring-loaded mechanical chest reveals the Iron Man Mark 43 base armor which features its own LED lighted eyes and chest Arc Reactor. Forearm battle gear retracts and springs forward to recreate your favorite Hulkbuster poses and battle actions as seen in the Avengers. The Mark XLIV (Mark 44), also known as Hulkbuster is an Extra Heavy-Duty Modular Armor created by Tony Stark and Bruce Banner as a security safeguard in the event of an uncontrollable Hulk rampage. The armor works by attaching itself to the base armor of the Mark XLIII (Mark 43). The armor was featured in Avengers 2: Age of Ultron, wherein it was used through Veronica’s activation to subdue a rampaging Hulk in South Africa. Its design was completely based on the Hulkbuster Armor from the comic books, confirming that this is the same armor with the same name as the one from the comics.

The Mark XLIV is extremely large in size. The armor has a dark red tone as its overall plating color, along with golden plates in various areas of its structure. It is covered with layered pieces of metal and has multiple Arc Reactors around its body. The Hulkbuster is 11 feet / 3.3 meters high, which makes it the tallest armor to date. Its height is 3 feet / 1 meter taller than the Hulk. Aside from its height, it is also the heaviest armor existing in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The Hulkbuster is a modular armor wherein armor pieces are attached to a base armor making it much bigger. The armor is an extension of the Mark XLIII, allowing it to be bigger and stronger than the normal armor. It has approximately 11 Arc Reactors and a stronger repulsor-system to sustain flight. The Hulkbuster also has an energy-strength system to make it even stronger than the Hulk. It’s armor plates have been upgraded to withstand the attacks of the Hulk and there is a storage satellite nicknamed “Veronicathat contains replacement pieces of armor to replace those damaged in battle. It also fits a normal Iron Man Suit inside of it. The “Hulkbuster System” instead is very similar to the original Mark 43, it does contain “ to help with its needs, as well “Veronica” which controls the airborne modular parts pod. Hulkbuster Iron Man Mark XLIV (44) Statue sizes: 4 inches / 10 cm x 9 inches / 23 cm x 11 inches / 28 cm.

Hulkbuster Mark XLIV (44) Statue on Amazon.

Hulkbuster Mark XLIV (44) Statue on eBay.

Movies Statues and Marvel Universe Statues.

From Hulkbuster Mark XLIV (44) Statue to Blog's Homepage

Eye of Agamotto Talisman Statue, Movies & Marvel Universe Statues, Doctor Strange’s Eye of Agamotto Talisman Statue

Eye of Agamotto Talisman Statue, Movies & Marvel Universe Statues, Doctor Strange's Eye of Agamotto Talisman Statue

Doctor Strange’s Eye of Agamotto Talisman Statue

This illuminating Eye of Agamotto Talisman Statue is inspired by the mystical object that appears with Doctor Strange in Marvel comics and movies. This Eye of Agamotto Talisman features a glowing green Time Stone, a cord to wear around the neck like Doctor Strange does, and a quality stand finished with a patina of antiquity. Highly detailed, is designed to replicate the ancient, exotic look of the mystical token of power passed down from the first Sorcerer Supreme. With over 80 years of comic book and movie history, Marvel has become a cornerstone of fan collections around the world. With the Marvel Legends Series, fan favorite Marvel Comic Universe and Marvel Cinematic Universe characters and statues offer premium detailing for Marvel fans and collectors. The Eye of Agamotto is a fictional, mystical item appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics and other media, particularly in their Marvel Cinematic Universe films, with its first appearance in Doctor Strange. The Eye of Agamotto is a powerful relic created by Agamotto, the first Sorcerer Supreme, as a containment device for the Time Stone, enabling him and his successors to use the stone’s power without suffering the adverse effects of touching an Infinity Stone.

The Eye’s mystical properties, as well as the spells and gestured necessary to use it, were studied by the mystic Cagliostro, who recorded them in his personal Grimoire. It was then kept in Kamar-Taj. The Eye was protected by the Masters of the Mystic Arts for generations. In 2017, the Eye was found by Doctor Strange, who used the Time Stone’s power to fight Kaecilius and Dormammu and restore the Hong Kong Sanctum. The following year, the Eye of Agamotto was destroyed by Thanos during the battle on Titan after Strange had removed the Time Stone. In 2023, the Avengers initiated a Time Heist in order to resurrect the lives Thanos had claimed. Captain America, Iron Man, Hulk and Ant-Man were sent back in time to May 4, 2012 during the Battle of New York to retrieve the Space and Mind and Time Stone, where Hulk successfully convinced the Ancient One to relinquish the stone housed within the Eye. Following the Battle of Earth, where Iron Man used all 6 stones to kill Thanos and his army at the cost of his own life, Captain America time-traveled to 2012 to return the Time Stone to the Ancient One. By 2024, Strange had reconstructed the Eye of Agamotto to wear, despite the fact that it no longer contained an Infinity Stone.

The Eye of Agamotto is a weapon of wisdom that can radiate a powerful mystical light that allows Doctor Strange to see through all disguises and illusions, see past events, and track both ethereal and corporeal beings by their psychic or magical emissions. The light given off by the Eye also weakens a variety of evil mystical beings, such as demons, devils, undead beings, dark extradimensional entities, and even sufficiently corrupt human practitioners of the Dark Arts. Strange can use it to probe the minds of others, project a powerful mystical shield, and create portals to other dimensions. It has also been used to place beings into suspended animation, and it serves as the clasp for his Cloak of Levitation, and during the early years of the Defenders Strange used the light of the Eye to levitate objects as heavy as the Hulk and Professor Xavier plus his wheelchair together, or the Thing, with minimal effort while simultaneously magically controlling the cloak to fly himself, carrying a total of at least seven Megagrams (15.000 pounds). The Eye of Agamotto can be used to transport a group of dozens of beings of all kinds and power levels into another point within a Universe, as Strange did to combat the threat of Thanos. Doctor Strange’s Eye of Agamotto Talisman Statue measures: 3.2 inches / 8 cm x 9 inches / 23 cm x 9 inches / 23 cm.

Eye of Agamotto Talisman Statue on Amazon.

Eye of Agamotto Talisman Statue on eBay.

Movies Statues and Marvel Universe Statues.

From Eye of Agamotto Talisman Statue to Blog's Homepage

Lady Deadpool Statue, Movies & Marvel Universe Statues, Marvel Universe Lady Deadpool “Wanda Wilson” Statue

Lady Deadpool Statue, Movies & Marvel Universe Statues, Marvel Universe Lady Deadpool "Wanda Wilson" Statue

Marvel Universe Lady Deadpool “Wanda Wilson” Statue

Lady Deadpool Statue in a Diamond Select Toys version. She’s beautiful! She’s deadly! She’s Lady Deadpool, and she’s the newest Femme Fatales PVC statue based on the Marvel Universe. The most fatal of the Marvel femmes so far, Lady Deadpool wields twin katana swords and a pretty killer ponytail atop a small diorama base. She is in scale to Captain Marvel, Lady Thor, and all other Femme Fatales PVC statues, sculpted by Alejandro Pereira. The female version of Deadpool, Wanda Wilson, comes from the alternate reality of Earth-3010, where due to a schism in Congress a civil war is underway between the loyalists, led by Steve Rogers, and the rebels, led by Wanda herself. She first appears on Deadpool: A Journey With Your Head vol. 2, where Wade travels through various dimensions and encounters alternate versions of himself, including Wanda, who aids in a battle against loyalists by causing General America himself to lose an arm. In Prelude to Deadpool Corps n. 1, Lady Deadpool joins the Deadpool Corps, with whom she appears in the miniseries Deadpool kills Deadpool to counter Dreadpool, the version of Wade from Earth-12101 who aims to eliminate the entire Multiverse. To save her comrades, Wanda leads the Bea Arthur (Deadpool Corps’ trusty spaceship) against Galactipool, sacrificing herself. Lady Deadpool possesses a superhuman healing factor derived from that of the mutant Wolverine that allows her to regenerate damaged or destroyed bodily tissue with far greater speed and efficiency than an ordinary human.

Lady Deadpool is able to heal injuries such as slashes, puncture wounds, bullet wounds, and severe burns within moments. Her healing factor is developed to the point that she can regrow missing limbs and organs. The healing factor causes her brain cells to be in a constant state of flux and regeneration, rendering her immune to psychics such as Professor X and Emma Frost. Lady Deadpool’s body is highly resistant to most drugs and toxins. For example, it is extremely difficult, though not impossible, for her to become intoxicated. She can, however, be affected by certain drugs, such as tranquilizers, if she is exposed to a massive enough dosage. The unique regenerative qualities of Lady Deadpool’s healing factor also extends to her Immune System, rendering her immune to the effects of all known diseases and infections. Lady Deadpool’s musculature generates considerably less fatigue toxins than the muscles of an ordinary human being, granting her superhuman levels of stamina in all physical activities. She can physically exert herself at peak capacity for several days before fatigue begins to impair her. Lady Deadpool‘s agility, balance, and bodily coordination are enhanced to levels that are beyond the natural physical limits of even the finest human athlete. Her reflexes are similarly enhanced, superior to those of even the finest human athlete.

Lady Deadpool Statue on Amazon.

Lady Deadpool Statue on eBay.

Movies Statues and Marvel Universe Statues.

From Lady Deadpool Statue to Blog's Homepage

Deadpool Statue, Movies & Marvel Universe Statues, Marvel Universe Deadpool “Wade Winston Wilson” Statue

Deadpool Statue, Movies & Marvel Universe Statues, Marvel Universe Deadpool "Wade Winston Wilson" Statue

Marvel Universe Deadpool “Wade Winston Wilson” Statue

Deadpool Statue in a Diamond Select Toys version. He’s the best there is at what he does, which is why he gets paid the big bucks to do it! The immortal merc joins the Marvel Universe premier collection statues, depicting the whacked-out warrior toting a pair of katana swords and pointing a deadly finger-gun. Hand-sculpted by Jean St. Jean. Deadpool, whose real name is Wade Winston Wilson, is a fictional comic book character created by Fabian Nicieza (text) and Rob Liefeld (art), published by Marvel Comics and debuted in the New Mutants comic series (vol. 1) n. 98 (February 1991). Due to his unstoppable gab he is nicknamed “The Merc with a Mouth“. The IGN website has placed the character at the 31st position in the ranking of the hundred greatest heroes in the history of comics. He is a hero-anti-hero known for his humor, made up of double meanings and references to popular films, television series, songs and images. Couch addict enough to describe his right hand as “My Cinemax Hand“, particularly appreciates sitcoms, his idol is Bea Arthur from the Ageless Hearts series, he believes the Olsen twins are at the center of a worldwide conspiracy and, according to Siryn she “cried when Manimal was suspended”.

His first name closely follows that of the DC Comics character Deathstroke, who goes by the name of Slade Wilson, another noteworthy similarity between the 2 is that both are both mercenaries and swordmasters, and wear tight-fitting assassin garments with bandoliers, belts, and a mask that completely covers their faces. Originally, it was this very similar graphic characterization that caused Rob Liefeld to cry out for plagiarism. The subsequent development of the character by authors such as Joe Kelly and Gail Simone, and later Nicieza himself, meant that the characters of the 2 mercenaries diverged radically. Deadpool often breaks the 4th wall, which is the boundary between reality and comics, he knows he’s in a comic, like when Bullseye asks him when they last met and is told “Number 16, Bullseye”, or when Spider-Man takes off his mask, and Wade yells “How if we hadn’t seen the films and we didn’t know that under the mask is the handsome Tobey Maguire with dreamy eyes!”.

The main feature of Deadpool is its powerful regenerating factor, the most powerful in the Marvel Universe, linked to Wade’s end-stage cancer, which saves his life but also supernaturally regenerates the tumor mass and, consequently, devastates again more body and mind; the vital, motor and psychic functions of the character are constantly kept active and accelerated by the continuous process of degeneration and regeneration of the cells of his tumor. Wade can completely and in moments regenerate entire damaged organs and repair broken bones as well as regrow entire lost extremities. Any attempt to kill him is in vain. Thanks to its regenerative factor Deadpool also has superhuman strength, endurance, speed and agility. Since his mental processes are also incredibly accelerated, the character has a superhuman clarity and speed of thought, from which also derive equally accelerated reflexes, moreover thanks to his factor, Deadpool, like Wolverine, can live longer and has slowed aging considerably.

He has an exceptional photographic memory that allows him to remember anything, including the movements of his opponents, thus being able to anticipate them and replicate their skills and techniques, he is also immune to telepathy and all kinds of poisons, drugs, infections and diseases, he is also well versed in all the different martial arts, in hand-to-hand combat and in the use of sidearms, firearms and explosives, as well as being a polyglot, he was also immortalized by Thanos for many years. Deadpool usually makes use of 2 katanas (made of Adamantium), a pair of pistols and different types of grenades as well as a special device placed in his belt thanks to which he can teleport wherever he wishes. On several occasions he has also brought with him a magic bag from which he can extract all the ammunition and weapons he wants. He is also a great master of parkour and the arts of pickpocketing, theft and espionage. His madness makes him extremely unpredictable.

Deadpool Statue on Amazon.

Deadpool Statue on eBay.

Movies Statues and Marvel Universe Statues.

From Deadpool Statue to Blog's Homepage

Black Panther Statue, Movies & Marvel Universe Statues, Marvel Universe Black Panther (Version 2) Diorama Statue

Black Panther Statue, Movies & Marvel Universe Statues, Marvel Universe Black Panther (Version 2) Diorama Statue

Marvel Universe Black Panther (Version 2) Diorama Statue

How hot is your Marvel Universe gallery? The Black Panther braves the flames to become the newest Black Panther (Version 2) Diorama Statue in the Marvel gallery line! Vaulting over the flaming wreckage of a car chase gone bad, T’Challa is sculpted and cast in opaque and translucent plastic for a realistic flame effect and featuring detailed sculpting and paint details. Black Panther is a fictional character and superhero appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics. The character was created by writer-editor Stan Lee with artist-coplotter Jack Kirby. The character first appeared in Fantastic Four #52 (cover-dated July 1966) in the Silver Age of Comic Books. Black Panther’s real name is T’Challa, and he is depicted as the king and protector of the fictional African nation of Wakanda. Along with possessing enhanced abilities achieved through ancient Wakandan rituals of drinking the essence of the heart-shaped herb, T’Challa also relies on his proficiency in science, rigorous physical training, hand-to-hand combat skills, and access to wealth and advanced Wakandan technology to combat his enemies.

T’Challa aka the Black Panther is the head of state for the African nation of Wakanda, the most technologically advanced country on Earth. In this role, he was the King/Chieftain, religious leader, and commander-in-chief all rolled into one. He was also considered among the top intellects in the world. Using Wakanda’s advanced Vibranium technology and his own abilities and fortune, he pledged his life to the service of all humankind. He would go on to become a prominent member of the Avengers, and eventually become leader of the team. Black Panther is the first superhero of African descent in mainstream American comics, having debuted years before early black superheroes such as Marvel Comics’ the Falcon (1969), Luke Cage (1972), and Blade (1973) or DC Comics’ John Stewart in the role of Green Lantern (1971). In one comic book storyline, the Black Panther mantle is handled by Kasper Cole, a multiracial New York City police officer.

Beginning as an impersonator, Cole would later take on the moniker of White Tiger and become an ally to T’Challa. The role of Black Panther and leadership of Wakanda was also given to T’Challa’s sister Shuri while he was in a coma for a short time. Black Panther has made numerous appearances in various television shows, animated films and video games. Chadwick Boseman portrayed the character in Phase Three of the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s films: Captain America: Civil War (2016), Black Panther (2018), Avengers: Infinity War (2018), and Avengers: Endgame (2019), and voiced alternate versions of the character in the first season of the animated series What If…? (2021). In 2011, Black Panther was ranked 51st overall on IGN‘s “Top 100 Comic Books Heroes” list. Marvel Universe Black Panther (Version 2) Diorama Statue measures: 6 inches / 15 cm x 5 inches / 13 cm x 7 inches / 18 cm.

Black Panther Statue on Amazon.

Black Panther Statue on eBay.

Movies Statues and Marvel Universe Statues.

From Black Panther Statue to Statues' Blog Homepage

Captain America Statue, Movies & Marvel Universe Statues, Marvel Universe Captain America Resolute Statue

Captain America Statue, Movies & Marvel Universe Statues, Marvel Universe Captain America Resolute Statue

Marvel Universe Captain America Resolute Statue

This Captain America Statue is the perfect gift for the Marvel’s fan! A gift your loved one will treasure for a lifetime. A superbly realised pewter Captain America stands resolute on the back of a powerfully sculpted bonded porcelain eagle, that emotive American symbol of patriotism and freedom, the determination to fight for what he believes in more than apparent in his demeanour. This statue exudes an elegant sculptural presence derived from the softness and versatility of pewter which is fashioned in a variety of finishes, a traditional soft satin lustre, a dazzling brilliance that rivals silver and a subdued “antique” finish. Every crease, every fold, and every detail of the American hero’s uniform and physique is meticulously hand finished, capturing the captain’s readiness and relentless loyalty towards his country. Captain America is a superhero appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Universe. Created by cartoonists Joe Simon and Jack Kirby, the character first appeared in Captain America Comics #1 (cover dated March 1941) from Timely Comics, a predecessor of Marvel Comics.

Captain America was designed as a patriotic supersoldier who often fought the Axis powers of World War II and was Timely Comics’ most popular character during the wartime period. The popularity of superheroes waned following the war, and the Captain America comic book was discontinued in 1950, with a short-lived revival in 1953. Since Marvel Comics revived the character in 1964, Captain America has remained in publication. The character wears a costume bearing an American flag motif, and he utilizes a nearly-indestructible shield that he throws as a projectile. Captain America is the alter ego of Steve Rogers, a frail young artist enhanced to the peak of human perfection by an experimental “super-soldier serum” after joining the military to aid the United States government’s efforts in World War II. Near the end of the war, he was trapped in ice and survived in suspended animation until he was revived in modern times. Although Captain America often struggles to maintain his ideals as a man out of his time, he remains a highly respected figure both with the American public and in the superhero community, which includes becoming the long-time leader of the Avengers.

Captain America was the first Marvel Comics character to appear in media outside comics with the release of the 1944 movie serial, Captain America. Since then, the character has been featured in other films and television series. In the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU), the character is portrayed by Chris Evans. Captain America was ranked sixth on IGN‘s “Top 100 Comic Book Heroes of All Time” in 2011, second in their list of “The Top 50 Avengers” in 2012, and second in their “Top 25 best Marvel superheroes” list in 2014. Captain America has used multiple shields throughout his history, the most prevalent of which is a nigh-indestructible disc-shaped shield made from a unique combination of Vibranium, Steel alloy, and an unknown third component that has never been duplicated called Proto-Adamantium. The shield was cast by American metallurgist Dr. Myron MacLain, who was contracted by the U.S. government, from orders of President Franklin D. Roosevelt, to create an impenetrable substance to use for tanks during World War II. This alloy was created by accident and never duplicated, although efforts to reverse-engineer it resulted in the discovery of adamantium.

Captain America often uses his shield as an offensive throwing weapon. The first instance of Captain America’s trademark ricocheting shield-toss occurs in Stan Lee‘s first comics writing, the 2-page text story “Captain America Foils the Traitor’s Revenge” in Captain America Comics #3 (May 1941). The legacy of the shield among other comics characters includes the time-traveling mutant superhero Cable telling Captain America that his shield still exists in one of the possible futures, Cable carries it into battle and brandishes it as a symbol. When without his trademark shield, Captain America sometimes uses other shields made from less durable metals such as steel, or even a photonic energy shield designed to mimic a vibranium matrix. Rogers, having relinquished his regular shield to Barnes, carried a variant of the energy shield which can be used with either arm, and used to either block attacks or as an improvised offensive weapon able to cut through metal with relative ease. Much like his Vibranium shield, the energy shield can be thrown, including ricocheting off multiple surfaces and returning to his hand. Marvel Universe Captain America Resolute Statue sizes: 9.65 inches / 24.5 cm x 7.3 inches / 18.5 cm x 12.5 inches / 32 cm.

Captain America Statue on Amazon.

Captain America Statue on eBay.

Movies Statues and Marvel Universe Statues.

From Captain America Statue to Blog's Homepage

X-Men Mystique Statue, Movies & Marvel Universe Statues, Marvel Universe Mystique (Raven Darkholme) Statue

X-Men Mystique Statue, Movies & Marvel Universe Statues, Marvel Universe Mystique (Raven Darkholme) Statue

X-Men Mystique (Raven Darkholme) Statue

This X-Men Mystique Statue reveal the shapely shape-shifter. A frequent X-Men foe and member of the Brotherhood and Freedom Force, Raven Darkholme joins the Marvel premier collection with this gorgeous statue, hand-sculpted by Clayburn Moore based on a design by Caesar. Mystique (Raven Darkholme) is a fictional character appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics, commonly in association with the X-Men. Created by artist David Cockrum and writer Chris Claremont, she first appeared in the comic book Ms. Marvel #16 (April 1978). A member of a subspecies of humanity known as Mutants who are born with superhuman abilities, she is a shapeshifter who can mimic the appearance and voice of any person with exquisite precision, but her natural appearance includes blue skin, red hair and yellow eyes. Typically portrayed as a foe of the X-Men, Mystique has been both a supervillain and an antiheroine, founding her own Brotherhood of Mutants and assassinating several important people involved in mutant affairs, she has been stated to be over 100 years old. Mystique is the mother of the X-Men hero Nightcrawler and the villain Graydon Creed, and the adoptive mother of the X-Men heroine Rogue. In 2009, Mystique was ranked as IGN‘s 18th Greatest Comic Book Villain of All Time.

Mystique appears in 7 of the X-Men films: the character was portrayed by Rebecca Romijn in X-Men (2000), X2 (2003) and X-Men: The Last Stand (2006), while Jennifer Lawrence portrayed a younger version in X-Men: First Class (2011), X-Men: Days of Future Past (2014), X-Men: Apocalypse (2016) and Dark Phoenix (2019). Mystique is a mutant shapeshifter with the ability to psionically shift the formation of her biological cells at will to change her appearance and thereby assume the form of other humans and animals. She can also alter her voice to duplicate exactly that of another person. Originally, it was clearly stated that Mystique’s powers were limited to appearances only, she could not assume the powers of the people she morphed into or alter her body to adapt to different situations. Additionally she could not change her overall body mass when taking on the appearance of a person larger or smaller, but due to subsequent enhancements she has stated that her body mass is not fixed and can change when she does. Her body is not limited to purely organic appearances, she also has the ability to create the appearance of clothes and other materials out of her own body, including items such as glasses, zippers, identity cards, handbags and even test tubes.

Mystique is shown in at least one instance transforming a metallic part of her costume into a functioning blaster pistol. Whether this is a function of her powers or the costume piece itself, is unclear. As a shape-shifter, Mystique is able to constantly alter and rejuvenate her body’s cells and thereby retain her youthful appearance despite having lived for over one hundred years. Mystique received her first power enhancement in the X-Men Forever miniseries, in which she was exposed to dangerous levels of radiation in order to save the life of Toad. The process boosted her powers so that she can now morph her body into taking certain desired physical traits depending on her situation at the time. Examples of these new abilities include night vision, wings on her back, talons in her fingers, and natural body armor. She can compress into nearly 2-dimensions (like a sheet of paper) to glide on air currents in a fashion similar to that of Mister Fantastic. She has moved her vital organs out of place in order to survive gunshots to her torso and head, and can make herself virtually invisible via camouflage. She has even, with strain, given herself 2 heads and 4 arms to facilitate a gun fight on two fronts, as well as shapeshifted into herself as a small child.

She is also now able to hold a shape when knocked unconscious and can conceal items in shapeshifted pouches under her skin. Following her death and resurrection by the Hand, her powers have been further enhanced. She can now alter and conceal her scent from those with enhanced senses, and is capable of changing her shape to a greater degree, including altering her limbs to form tentacles and bladed weapons, and compressing herself into a dog. Damage to her biological tissue is known to heal at a relatively fast rate and she can form a resistance to poisons upon contacting them. Her enhancements have allowed her to rapidly regrow severed limbs, and rapidly recover from near fatal injury. Her powers grant her immunity to diseases, enhanced agility and strength, and agelessness. Mystique is a cunning strategist in terrorist and commando operations, and adept at martial arts and information technology. She has a talent for finding, stealing, and understanding cutting edge weaponry. She is a talented actress and a polyglot, being fluent in over 14 languages.

Her mind is naturally unreadable owing to changing grey matter and she wears devices to prevent telepathic intrusion. Furthermore, with over a century’s experience in posing as other people she has picked up the unusual skill of being able to identify people posing as others based on body language and changes in behavioral cues. Having lived for at least a century, Mystique has built up considerable resources, one of her aliases being the billionaire B Byron Biggs who owns a number of safehouses around the world which are often protected by sophisticated security systems. She also controls a variety of weaponry and gadgets, including the Changeling, a highly advanced stealth ship capable of cloaking and flying at very high speed. The ship had sophisticated weapons and surveillance systems, with an on-board analysis computer and power-suppressing containment cells. Marvel Universe Mystique (Raven Darkholme) Statue measures: 5 inches / 13 cm x 4 inches / 10 cm x 11 inches / 28 cm.

X-Men Mystique Statue on Amazon.

X-Men Mystique Statue on eBay.

Movies Statues and Marvel Universe Statues.

From X-Men Mystique Statue to Blog's Homepage

Carnage Statue, Movies & Marvel Universe Statues, Marvel Universe Carnage Renewal Edition Statue

Carnage Statue, Movies & Marvel Universe Statues, Marvel Universe Carnage Renewal Edition Statue

Marvel Universe Carnage Renewal Edition Statue

Appearing in countless comic and film adaptations, including the latest movie “VENOM“, an updated version of Carnage is joining the ARTFX+ line. The Renewal Edition of the ARTFX+ Carnage Statue features an updated base, legs, head with an even more malicious expression on his face. The statue’s painting is also updated for a more lifelike appearance. Carnage is a supervillain appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics, usually depicted as an adversary of Spider-Man and the archenemy of Venom. The character first appeared in The Amazing Spider-Man #361 (Apr 1992), and was created by writer David Michelinie and artist Mark Bagley, although the first published artwork of Carnage was penciled by Chris Marrinan. Carnage belongs to a race of amorphous extraterrestrial parasites known as Symbiotes, which form a symbiotic bond with their hosts and give them super-human abilities. Originating as an offspring of Venom, Carnage is much more powerful than his parent symbiote because of the symbiotes’ biology, and is in many ways a darker version of him. Like Venom, Carnage has had multiple hosts over the years, but their most infamous one remains their first, serial killer Cletus Kasady, whose sadistic personality perfectly matches that of the symbiote.

Other notable hosts include Ben Reilly, Karl Malus, and Norman Osborn, as well as Gwen Stacy in the alternate Ultimate Marvel continuity. Since their original introduction in comics, the character has been adapted into several other forms of media, such as television series and video games. Woody Harrelson portrayed Carnage in their first live-action appearance in the film Venom: Let There Be Carnage (2021), set in Sony’s Spider-Man Universe. In 2009, the Cletus Kasady version of Carnage was ranked as IGN‘s 90th Greatest Comic Book Villain of All Time. The symbiote gives its host several superhuman attributes once they bonds with it. This symbiotic relationship increases the host’s strength, durability, speed, agility and healing at superhuman levels so long they synch with one another. Due to its cross physiology, Carnage is internally connected to Kasady’s bloodstream. Carnage can enhance its host’s strength to superhuman level, enough to grab and pull an helicopter, as well as destroy a car. Marvel Universe Carnage Renewal Edition Statue sizes: 7 inches / 18 cm x 3 inches / 7.5 cm x 8 inches / 20 cm.

Carnage Statue on Amazon.

Carnage Statue on eBay.

Movies Statues and Marvel Universe Statues.

From Carnage Statue to Blog's Homepage

Iron Man Mark 85 Statue, Movies & Marvel Universe Statues, Avengers Endgame Iron Man Mark 85 Statue

Iron Man Mark 85 Statue, Movies & Marvel Universe Statues, Avengers Endgame Iron Man Mark 85 Statue

Avengers Endgame Iron Man Mark 85 Statue

It’s the Endgame, but the Marvel gallery PVC dioramas line is just getting started! This Iron Man Mark 85 Statue is based on the character’s appearance in Avengers: Endgame. Made from high-grade plastic, features collectible-quality sculpting and paint. Iron Man designed by Joe Allard, sculpted by Gentle Giant Studios. The Mark LXXXV (Mark 85) is Tony Stark’s 85th, final and ultimate Iron Man Armor. The armor is equipped with enhanced nano-structure and is exceptionally more durable and efficient in combat than its base model the Mark L. The armor appeared in Avengers: Endgame as Tony’s current suit in 2023. The suit features classic gold and red color scheme with gold parts being, thighs, upper arms, stomach, face and shoulder plates with red accents. The silver exo-structure is exposed throughout the armor, it also connects separate armor pieces.

The Mark LXXXV features 15 RT‘s in total (14 Micro-RT‘s throughout upper part of the armor and main heart shaped one in the chest). When not deployed HUD can be used in the form of Nano-Tech AR (Augmented Reality) glasses (touch controlled). The helmet features updated Heads Up Display with targeting reticle and additional information displays. The Helmet itself features moving faceplate (last seen on Mark XLVII). The Armor features even more advanced nanotechnology compared to its predecessor which not only forms modules but allows for the suit to generate energy fields. The composition consists of Smart Gold-Titanium Nano-Particles, giving the armor greater adaptability, durability, power and flexibility combination. The Iron Man Armor Mark LXXXV was the most advanced and powerful armor Tony Stark ever created. It is a direct evolution of the Mark L, and as such, it functions with the same nanite technology, granting great versatility and efficiency.

However, unlike the Mark L, which adopts a more external muscle design, the Mark LXXXV instead re-adopts and combines the mechanical armored concept with the muscle concept. The suit forms separate sections of hardware and plates of armor around the torso, gauntlets, boots, and mask, both to reinforce protection as well as weaponry, while still emulating the nano-tech muscular functions that grant superhuman strength to the arms and legs. Learning his lesson from his defeat by Thanos during the battle on Titan, Stark made this suit far more capable of withstanding damage as well as superhuman-level brute force impacts, such as Thanos’ physical attacks. Avengers Endgame Iron Man Mark 85 Statue sizes: 5 inches / 13 cm x 4 inches / 10 cm x 10 inches / 25.5 cm.

Iron Man Mark 85 Statue on Amazon.

Iron Man Mark 85 Statue on eBay.

Movies Statues and Marvel Universe Statues.

From Iron Man Mark 85 Statue to Blog's Homepage

Captain Marvel’s Binary Power Statue, Movies & Marvel Universe Statues, Captain Marvel “Carol Danvers” Statue

Captain Marvel's Binary Power Statue, Movies & Marvel Universe Statues, Captain Marvel "Carol Danvers" Statue

Captain Marvel’s Binary Power “Carol Danvers” Statue

Captain Marvel goes higher, faster and farther in this new Captain Marvel Statue. The star of the Captain Marvel movie hovers above the ground and glows with binary power in this statue which features a detailed sculpture and painting, and cast in high quality PVC. Captain Marvel is the secret identity assumed by several Marvel Comics Superheroes, and in this case it’s Carol Danvers. Carol Danvers is a Human/Kree hybrid and a military warrior, being popularly known as the high-flying super-hero Captain Marvel. With no support from her authoritarian father, a young Danvers joined the Air Force by herself as a promising cadet, quickly escalating to rank of Major as an intelligence agent. Eventually, she was tasked to be a head of security at NASA, when it was infiltrated by a Kree soldier named Captain Mar-Vell.

Accidentally subjected to the Psyche-Magnitron machine, Danvers was imprinted with energy from Mar-Vell’s Kree Nega-Bands, being transformed on a genetic level and acquiring mighty abilities. Initially adopting the name Ms. Marvel, she established herself as a vigilante, joining the Avengers. As an Avenger, her very life has been extirpated from her contol after she was attacked by the villain Marcus, and the terrorist mutant known as Rogue, who permanently absorbed her powers, her memories and even her personality. In a very lengthy process, Danvers recovered her abilities, and forged a promiment super-hero career on Earth and in outer space, having the X-Men, the Starjammers, the Avengers, and the Guardians of the Galaxy as her allies. Ultimately, Danvers has gone on to adopt the mantle of Captain Marvel for herself.

As the chief leader of the Alpha Flight Space Program, Captain Marvel was the protagonist of the Second Superhuman Civil War, being put in direct conflict with her teammate and rival Tony Stark, the invincible Iron Man. More recently, Danvers has learned about her true heritage as the daughter of a Kree supersoldier and has been struggling to cope with the condition of beign a woman from two worlds. Carol’s powers as Binary are truly incredible. She gained immense Cosmic Powers of a white hole, which increased her abilities tenfold. Going Binary allowed Carol to generate heat, light, and radiation across the spectrum. Danvers could generate the Power of a Star and gain control of Stellar Energies and manipulate Gravity. She could tap into different energies and use them for extraordinarily powerful attacks. There wasn’t really an upper limit to how strong Carol was as Binary, and she constantly proved during her time in the role she was a near unbeatable force.

Carol Danvers time as Binary was the strongest she has ever been, even more than her abilities as Captain Marvel. Binary was a human cheat-code, as she was able to manipulate energy and space around her, turning her into a Superweapon. If the Brood knew what would happen to Carol during their experiments, they almost definitely would have avoided activating the genes which gave the hero her ultimate form in the Marvel Universe. Of course, Captain Marvel is one of the strongest heroes ever, but her Binary Powers topped even her most famous form and showed Carol Danvers should never be underestimated. Captain Marvel “Carol Danvers” Statue measures: 4 inches / 10 cm x 3 inches / 7.5 cm x 11 inches / 28 cm.

Captain Marvel’s Binary Power Statue on Amazon.

Captain Marvel’s Binary Power Statue on eBay.

Movies Statues and Marvel Universe Statues.

From Captain Marvel's Binary Power Statue to Statues' Blog Homepage

Hulk Smash Statue, Movies & Marvel Universe Statues, The Incredible Hulk Smashing Statue

Hulk Smash Statue, Movies & Marvel Universe Statues, The Incredible Hulk Smashing Statue

The Incredible Hulk Smashing Statue

This Hulk Smash Statue was crafted down to the finest detail using digital sculpting, giving this expertly crafted collector’s piece an exquisite appearance alongside lifelike detail. The craftsmanship in this piece continues from the sculpting to the painting. Unlike other pieces which follow the pattern of a simple base coat with shading. The Incredible Hulk statue is layered with several types of paint, giving the finished product an unprecedented sense of beauty and depth. This statue depicts the transformed Bruce Banner delivering a powerful Hulk smash to the base on which he stands. The statue’s powerful posing and realistic detail fully capture the Hulk’s wild and unbridled strength in his transformed state. In order to give the statue a sense of power beyond the likes of which can be seen through the monitor of a computer, the initial prototype of the statue was created using clay. The intricate craftsmanship of this piece continues from the sculpting to the painting, with a multilayered paint job that highlights the level of detail that has gone into the piece.

This rendition of the Hulk offers not only the weight and volume of a scale rendition of the character, but an attentive level of detail that offers quality alongside quantity. The Incredible Hulk first appeared in the Marvel Comic Universe in 1962. Since the soft-spoken scientist Bruce Banner turns into the destructive green giant when he loses his temper, early comic books began associating the term Smash with the Hulk, instead of merely hitting people or things, he smashed them. The word ended up in dialogue and in onomatopoeic sound effects throughout the comics. Hulk Smash as a phrase also came to be associated with the way the Hulk speaks. As linguists have noted, the Hulk speaks in pared-down language, referring to himself as Hulk instead of I, omitting articles (the and a), and using the third-person singular conjugation of verbs for all subjects. This kind of speech as well as the caveman-like connotations of the word Smash (as opposed to hit or destroy) were meant to distinguish the Hulk’s mind and body from that of Bruce Banner.

Today, comic-book fans recognize Hulk Smash as distinct from other forms of fighting. Hulk smash is the kind of destruction that comes from a childlike or simplified understanding of the world, immense strength, and a lack of control. The phrase retains its meaning outside the comic universe. Many parody accounts take the Hulk smash phrase into other contexts, such as relatable everyday situationsHULK NOT WORKING WITH BEST RATIO OF COFFEE TO SMASH THIS MORNING” or hipster cultureGOOD THING HULK NEVER HURT NO FEELINGS, JUST SMASH THEM!“. The colloquial and hyperbolic phrase hulk smash can be used as nounIt was a hulk smash of a slam dunk“, modifierIt’s a hulk smash kind of day“, and verbI need to hulk smash something I’m so mad“. It’s frequently stylized in all caps: HULK SMASH. The Incredible Hulk Smashing Statue sizes: 12.4 inches / 31.5 cm x 12.4 inches / 31.5 cm x 7.5 inches / 19 cm.

Hulk Smash Statue on Amazon.

Hulk Smash Statue on eBay.

Movies Statues and Marvel Universe Statues.

From Hulk Smash Statue to Statues' Blog Homepage

Black Ninja Spider-Man Statue, Movies, Marvel Universe & Ninja Statues, Bandai Realization Black Spider-Man “Ninja” Statue

Black Ninja Spider-Man Statue, Movies, Marvel Universe & Ninja Statues, Bandai Realization Black Spider-Man "Ninja" Statue

Black Ninja Spider-Man Statue

The Black Ninja Spider-Man Statue is a manga realization series from Tamashii Nations brings you Onmitsu Black Spider-Man. Leave it to top sculptor and designer Takayuki Takeya to take Black Spider-Man back to feudal Japan in full, web-like Ninja design. Real Metal! The Black Ninja Spider-Man Realization release of this statue comes with real metal for the chains for authenticity. True to the feudal spirit, Onmitsu Black Spider-Man’s Ninja kaginawa-style grappling web hook is crafted as chain-like firing mechanism. Set includes 4 interchangeable hands, a Japanese Katana set and a kaginawa web hook set. Realizations is a high end collectible toyline produced by Bandai which consists of toy licensed characters being artistically re-imagined, either by changing a bit of visual aesthetic or in the Meisho sub group of toys, placing the characters in a Edo era Japan setting and changing them entirely. The toy line is divided into two categories: Movie and Manga. The Movie line has characters from film and television while the Manga line involves characters from comic books. So far, the toy line mainly consists of characters from Star Wars and Marvel Universe respectively as its primary focus. The art designer of the statues is Takayuki Takeya, whose body of work includes designing creatures and heroes for tokusatsu TV shows and films such as Shin Godzilla, Kamen Rider or in this case the Black Ninja Spider-Man for example. Bandai Realization Black Spider-Man “Ninja” Statue sizes: 2 inches / 5 cm x 2 inches / 5 cm x 8 inches / 20 cm.

Black Ninja Spider-Man Statue on Amazon.

Black Ninja Spider-Man Statue on eBay.

Movies Statues, Marvel Universe Statues and Ninja Statues.

From Black Ninja Spider-Man Statue to Statues' Blog Homepage