Iron Spider-Man Funko POP, Funko POPS, Spider-Man & Marvel Universe Funko POPS, Spider-Man with Iron Spider Armor

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Iron Spider-Man “Iron Spider Armor” Funko POP

From Marvel Universe, Iron Spider-Man, as a stylized Funko POP. The Iron Spider is a fictional powered exoskeleton used by several characters in Marvel Comics. Peter Parker wore this gold and red suit as Spider-Man’s official costume until writer J. Michael Straczynski chose to revert to the older costume. It was used symbolically to show the character’s divided loyalties during the 20062007Civil War” storyline. The Iron Spider Armor costume has been duplicated and used by MVP’s 3 genetic clones in the initiative who identify themselves as Red Team and also labeled the Scarlet Spiders. It is unknown as to what new powers the team possesses, but they have been shown to use some of the built-in powers such as the cloaking device, communications, and waldoes which the original costume possessed. One change is that there are now 4 waldoes, as opposed to 3. These suits have the original’s morphing ability, as well as web-shooters, and wall-crawling capability. Supported by a system similar to that of Tony Stark‘s classic Iron Man design, the Iron Spider armor features many gadgets, including 3 mechanical spider-arms, or “waldoes“, that can be used to see around corners (via cameras in the tips) and to manipulate objects indirectly. Stark describes them as too delicate to use in combat, yet Spider-Man shortly afterward uses them to smash through the sensors in Titanium Man‘s helmet. Later on during the “Civil War” arc, he uses them (reluctantly) during his fight with Captain America.

Other features include short-distance gliding capability, limited bulletproofing, built-in fire/police/emergency scanner, audio/visual amplification (including infrared and ultraviolet), cloaking device, carbon filters to keep out airborne toxins, and a short-range GPS microwave communication system. It grants the ability to breathe under water, and can morph into different shapes due to its “smart liquid metal” form. It can also “more or less disappear” when not needed due to reactions to neurological impulses as Tony Stark revealed. The new costume is able to look like other styles of costumes Spider-Man has worn over the years or turn into his street clothes. Part of the costume can detach itself from Spider-Man to cover an object too dangerous to touch, such as a radioactive asteroid. All these features are controlled by a computer system in the chest piece. The suit responds to mental control. The Iron Spider Armor also has a secret override that can be activated by Iron Man in case of emergencies or if Spider-Man ever switches sides. However, unknown to Stark, Peter was already aware of the safety measure and had bypassed it with his own override, Passcode Surprise. Perhaps most sinister, Stark discovered a way to give his own Iron Man armor a “spider-sense” based on Peter’s, and the ability to give Spider-Man’s sense red herrings.


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Groot Funko POP, Funko POPS, Marvel Universe & Guardians of the Galaxy Funko POPS, Groot the Flora Colossus

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Groot the Flora Colossus Funko POP

From Marvel Studios’ Guardians of the Galaxy, Groot the Flora Colossus, as a stylized Funko POP. Groot is a Flora colossus and the accomplice of Rocket Raccoon. Together, the pair had traveled the galaxy picking up bounties until they met Star-Lord and Gamora just before the 4 of them were captured and put into the Kyln, where they also met Drax the Destroyer. There, they agreed to work together to escape and sell the Orb for a massive profit. However, when it was discovered that the Orb contained one of the Infinity Stones which was being sought out by Ronan the Accuser, Groot convinced his friends to risk everything to stop Ronan’s diabolical plans. During the Battle of Xandar, Groot sacrificed his own life to save his new friends. However, part of his destroyed body was planted by Rocket to birth a new Groot, as they joined the Guardians of the Galaxy. As the new Groot began to grow, he stayed with the Guardians and endeavored with them on many adventures. They were soon hired by the Sovereign to destroy an Abilisk, but they were then targeted by their former employers due to Rocket who double-crossed them.

During the escape, they had met Peter Quill’s father Ego while Groot and Rocket, along with Yondu Udonta, were captured by Taserface’s faction of the Ravagers, but Groot was able to help them all escape. Groot then joined his allies and assisted them in destroying Ego and saving all his friends, but Udonta lost his life. Over the next 4 years, Groot continued to grow and started exhibiting the personality of an adolescent. Both Groot and Rocket then left the Guardians temporarily to accompany Thor to Nidavellir in order to help his mission to stop Thanos from completing the Infinity Gauntlet. After they had helped Thor obtain his weapon, Stormbreaker, Groot and Rocket traveled to Earth using the Bifrost Bridge and joined the Battle of Wakanda. Groot fought alongside Captain America and attempted to attack Thanos, however, when the Mad Titan amassed all 6 of the Infinity Stones, he succeeded in eliminating 50% of the universe’s population, which resulted in Groot’s death.

5 years later, the Avengers managed to resurrect the victims of the Snap, restoring Groot. Alongside Winter Soldier, he left Wakanda through an Inter-Dimensional Portal and joined the Battle of Earth. In the aftermath of the battle, Groot attended Tony Stark’s funeral and rejoined the Guardians, now including Thor, on their adventures. Groot has strength and endurance proportional to its colossal tree structure and can greatly increase its already considerable size. If it is destroyed, it can grow back completely from a fragment of it. The character has demonstrated the ability to control trees by making them move and grow at will, and is also able to adapt to situations by modifying his body at will. He is also immune to fire. Groot can absorb wood as food, and has the ability to regenerate. Groot can control trees and plants, using them to attack others. Groot is able to sprout dramatically increasing his mass which then severely inhibits movement. Groot has been seemingly killed on multiple occasions, each time regrowing from a sprig.


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Eternal Arishem Funko POP, Funko POPS, Marvel Universe & Eternals Funko POPS, Eternal Arishem “the Judge” the Prime Celestial

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Eternal Arishem “the Judge” the Prime Celestial Funko POP

From Marvel Universe Eternals, Arishem “the Judge” the Prime Celestial, stylized as a Funko POP. Arishem the Judge is the Prime Celestial, who is credited for creating the first Sun and bringing light to the Universe. Millions of years ago, Arishem created the Deviants in order to aid in Celestial births, but when his creations went rogue, the Judge created the race of Eternals using the World Forge, in order to combat the Deviants, who were interfering in his work. One such world Arishem sent his Eternals to was Earth, in order to ensure the Emergence of Tiamut. Arishem communicated directly with Ajak on Earth, but after her death, he instead made contact with Sersi, informing her of the Eternals’ true purpose and to ensure the emergence takes place. However, the group grew attached to Earth and worked to successfully avert the Emergence, displeasing Arishem. Afterwards, Arishem pulled Sersi, Kingo, and Phastos into space in order to study their memories and judge if humanity was worth preserving. As the Prime Celestial, Arishem set out to create the Universe, using his incredible powers to create the first Sun, bringing light into the universe. Over millions of years, and with the help of the other celestials, he created countless Stars and Planets across the Cosmos, leading to the formation of Solar Systems, Galaxies, and of life itself.

In order to preserve the progression of life as time went by, Arishem designed a plan in which he implanted many Celestials seeds in different planets. In time, those seeds would lead to the Emergence of other Celestials, which would in turn create new stars and thus allow new life forms to appear and evolve. Initially, Arishem created a specific kind of life form, the Deviants, which he sent onto targeted planets so they would eliminate predators keeping intelligent life from arising. However, due to the Deviants becoming predators themselves, thus interfering with Arishem’s plan, Arishem used the World Forge to create Eternals, synthetic beings unable to evolve, which he sent to exterminate the Deviants. He remained in contact with the Eternals under his commands, most notably Ajak, who helped many Celestials to be born. Every time an Emergence occurred, Arishem reset the memories of the Eternals who had achieved it and sent them to another planet. As a Celestial, Arishem is an ancient being of almost unfathomable power and constitution, beyond any human logic and understanding, possessing almost infinite powers of a creator and destroyer. Like other Celestials, Arishem is a total enigma, the level of whose physical powers is unknown, probably immeasurable.


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Iron Man Mark IV Funko POP, Funko POPS, Iron Man & Marvel Universe Funko POPS, Iron Man Mark IV with Gantry

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Iron Man Mark IV with Gantry Funko POP

From Iron Man 2, Iron Man Mark IV, as a stylized Funko POP. The Mark IV Armor was Tony Stark’s fourth Iron Man suit and was built to replace the Mark III after it was heavily damaged in Stark’s fight with Obadiah Stane. Because it was built to be a direct replacement, the Mark IV is very similar to the Mark III with only a few minor changes. Made to serve as a direct replacement for the damaged Mark III armor, the Mark IV carries over many of the same capabilities and functions, while only making a handful of advancements. As with the previous suits, the Mark IV enhanced the user’s physical capabilities, granting them superhuman strength, near bullet-proof durability, and enhanced movement, speed, and reflexes. The suit also carried over the repulsor technology, allowing for sustained flight while also serving as the suit’s main weapons.

Most notably, the armor improved the central repulsor node of the unibeam, including a thermoplastic lens and a prismatic shutter to focus the beam’s light energy. The Mark IV also carried over the other weapons systems present in the former suit, including multi-fire, computer targeted mini-guns in each shoulder, high explosive, anti-tank missiles housed in each forearm, and non-weaponized flares contained in 2 circular launchers located at the suit’s hips. However, even while retaining most of the previous specifications, Stark was able to improve various details of the suit’s visible design such as the suit’s internal mechanics as well as the design of the metal plating for the arms, legs, and chest to allow for a better fit and more mobility while wearing the armor. This also made it easier to put the suit on and take it off.


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X-Men Magneto Funko POP, Funko POPS, X-Men & Marvel Universe Funko POPS, Marvel Universe X-Men Mastermind Magneto

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Marvel Universe X-Men Mastermind Magneto Funko POP

From Marvel Universe X-Men, Mastermind Magneto, as a stylized Funko POP. Erik Lehnsherr, also known as Magneto is a mutant with the ability to manipulate magnetic fields to his will and control metallic objects. He was a founding member of the X-Men, but left the group to form the Brotherhood of Mutants, which became a rival organization to the X-Men. Magneto firmly believed that mutants should fight back against their human oppressors by any means necessary, an ideal that conflicted with the goals of his longtime close friend Charles Xavier, who sought a more pacifist approach to mutant prosperity. As such, Magneto was often an adversary to the X-Men, but would team up with them when the situation called for it. Magneto was previously thought of being an Alpha Level mutant, but has been recently confirmed to be Omega Level. He has been stated on several occasions to have been one of the most powerful mutants, he has also been described for several times as the most powerful mutant, Earth’s most powerful super villain, even the single most powerful being on the face of the Earth. He possesses tremendous amounts of power, which is, for all practical purposes, limitless. The upper limits of Magneto’s power can’t be surpassed in any measurable fashion. After the conflict between the Avengers and the X-Men, Magneto’s abilities were greatly reduced.

Additionally, the prolonged use of his powers takes a physical toll on him. Using an extremely-refined MGH, he has been able to reach his former levels for a period of hours. While Magneto was operating with his own team of X-Men and later mentoring the time-displaced X-Men, his abilities remained damaged. After an unspecified amount of time, his abilities have appeared to return to their previous levels of power. A Mastermind, Magneto is a genius in various scientific fields. He is an expert in genetic engineering and mutation. He has created artificial living beings, mutated humans in order to give them superhuman powers, instilled genetic mind-control, created adult clones of human beings, and manipulated the genetic structures of those clones during their development. His discoveries in particle physics would revolutionize the field and place him among the giants of scientific history if they were to be revealed. He has designed magnetically-powered aircraft and spacecraft, space stations, an underground complex said to be a masterpiece of automated technology that would do Tony Stark or Reed Richards proud, complex robots and computers, magnetically-powered generators, and machines capable of nullifying mutant powers within a radius of several miles.


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Spider-Man Captain Universe Funko POP, Funko POPS, Spider-Man & Marvel Universe Funko POPS, Spider-Man Captain Universe and the Uni-Power

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Spider-Man Captain Universe and the Uni-Power Funko POP

From Marvel Universe, Spider-Man Captain Universe, as a stylized vinyl Funko POP. Captain Universe is a cosmic identity (recently turned female) assumed by those chosen by the “Uni-Power“. Captain Universe is endowed with the Uni-Power, a sentient energy field that seeks out people in great peril and bonds with them. In another sense, it is every person, it is the potential for heroism that lives in each of us. When the Uni-Power chooses a partner, it endows that person (or, rarely, persons) with the powers, memories, and costume of Captain Universe. The partner can use the powers of Captain Universe until the peril is surmounted. However, if the partner tries to use those powers for personal gain or for evil, the Uni-Power immediately deserts them. When a lab accident granted Spider-Man the Uni-Power, his costume was cosmically changed into the Captain Universe outfit by the Uni-Power. This form gave him incredibly enhanced senses, strength, speed, flight, a new costume and limited telekinesis.

Captain Universe’s powers and power levels vary from partner to partner, presumably to meet the demands of the job at hand. The Uni-Power also enhances the powers and abilities of a host who already has such powers and abilities. Uni-Vision, a sort of cosmic consciousness. Captain Universe can sense things on a subatomic level or at great distances. This power can also force someone to tell the truth. Matter and Energy Manipulation, Captain Universe can divert an energy flow in a different direction or convert it into a different type of energy. Diverting the flow of gravitons, for example, allows flight. Captain Universe can also change matter at the atomic level, for instance, to transmute one substance into another or to change an object’s shape. The costume furthermore (or the Uni-Power itself) protects against extremes in temperature. As Captain Universe, Spider-Man‘s strength is variable. However, it is seen that he has enough power to punch Hulk into orbit.


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Gold Thor Funko POP, Funko POPS, Marvel Universe, Gold & Thor Funko POPS, Golden Thor God of Thunder

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Golden Thor God of Thunder Funko POP

From Marvel Universe, Gold Thor, as a stylized vinyl Funko POP. Thor is the “God of Thunder“, a member of the race known as the Asgardians, a group of humanoid beings from the pocket dimension of Asgard, the Realm Eternal. Thor is the son of Odin, the All-Father and King of Asgard. He was worshiped by the humans known as Vikings and became part of Norse Mythology. Armed with his enchanted Uru Hammer Mjolnir, which helps him to channel his godly energies, he became the mightiest warrior in the 10 Realms. When his irresponsible and impetuous behavior became too much, Odin sent him to Midgard (more commonly known as Earth) as a disabled mortal medical student named Donald Blake, stripped of his memory. After learning humility he regained his memory as well as his godly powers. Thor went on to become a champion for Midgard as well as one of the founding members of the Avengers, “Earth’s Mightiest Heroes”. Like all Asgardians, Thor is incredibly long-lived and relies upon periodic consumption of the Golden Apples of Idunn to sustain his extended lifespan, which to date has lasted many millennia. Being the son of Odin and the elder Goddess Gaea, Thor is physically the strongest of the Asgardians.

Thor is capable of incredible feats of strength, such as lifting the almost Earth-sized Midgard Serpent, supporting a weight equivalent to that of 20 planets, and by combining his power with that of Beta Ray Bill, destroying Surtur‘s solar system-sized dimensional portal. If pressed in battle, Thor is capable of entering into a state known as the “Warrior’s Madness” (“Berserkergang” in Norwegian and Danish alike), which will temporarily increase his strength and stamina tenfold, although in this state he attacks friend and foe alike. Thor possesses a very high resistance to physical injury that approaches invulnerability. He has even survived energy blasts from Celestials. Thor possesses keen senses that allow him to track objects traveling faster than light and hear cries from the other side of the planet. Thor has the ability to travel through time. His stamina allowed him to battle the entire Frost Giant army for 9 months without any sustenance or rest, Thor has shown the ability to regenerate wounded portions of his body, including entire limbs or organs, with the aid of magical forces such as Mjolnir.

Thor has superhuman speed, agility, and reflexes, enabling him to deflect bullets with his hammer, and to swing or throw it at many times the speed of light. In early stories, Thor has shown to be capable of vortex breath, which produces powerful winds. Like all Asgardians, he has immunity to all Earthly diseases and some resistance to magic. Exceptionally powerful magic can overwhelm Odin’s enchantment that transforms him between Asgardian and mortal forms. As the Norse God of Thunder, Thor can summon the elements of the storm (lightning, rain, wind, snow) and uses Mjolnir as a tool to focus this ability, although the hammer cannot command artificial weather, only natural. He can cause these weather effects over the world and destroy entire buildings, by whirling his hammer he can lift entire buildings with the wind. Thor can also create small tornadoes by quickly whipping his cape in circles. As the son of the Earth Goddess Gaea, Thor has shown some control over the Earth. Thor is a superb hand-to-hand combatant, and is skilled in armed combat, excelling in the use of the war hammer, sword, axe and mace. Thor possesses 2 items which assist him in combat, the Enchanted Belt of Strength, and his signature weapon, the Mystical Hammer Mjolnir.

The first item doubles Thor’s strength and endurance while the second is used to control his weather abilities, flight, energy projection and absorption (sufficient to reignite a dying star), dimensional travel, matter manipulation, and the most powerful of his offensives, the God Blast (which taps into Thor’s life force, and has even forced Galactus to flee), the Thermo Blast, and the Anti Force (which counteracts another force). Using Mjolnir by throwing it in the desired direction and then holding on to the handle’s leather loop, Thor can fly at supersonic speeds in Earth’s atmosphere and travel faster than light in space. He can also use the hammer to create a barrier by letting it spin in a circle, and even managed to contain an explosion powerful enough to destroy 1/5th of the Universe, although at the cost of his own life. He can throw an object out of Earth’s atmosphere by using his strength, and throw his hammer to Asgard from which it will return. When Thor has to transport companions and/or objects to a destination by himself, he has a chariot drawn by 2 huge mystical goats called Toothgnasher and Toothgrinder that can fly nearly anywhere he desires almost as easily as with Mjolnir. When in possession of the “Odinforce” that usually empowers his father, Thor has proven capable of killing Galactus when the latter is very well fed and way beyond his normal power level.


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Eternal Kro Funko POP, Funko POPS, Marvel Universe & Eternals Funko POPS, Eternal Kro the Leader of the Deviants

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Eternal Kro the Leader of the Deviants Funko POP

From Marvel Universe Eternals, Kro the Leader of the Deviants, stylized as a Funko POP! Kro is the leader of the Deviants and enemy of the Eternals. Kro came to Earth thousands of years ago, but was trapped in ice for millennia. Due to glacial melting, he and a legion of Deviants were set free. Kro then killed Ajak, and gained her powers of regeneration. Kro travelled to London, fighting several of his foes and surviving due to his new powers. After killing Gilgamesh in the forests of Peru, Kro gained a sentience never before experienced by a Deviant. Kro came to realize how both Eternals and Deviants were being used, motivating him further to kill all Eternals. He followed them as they tried to stop the Emergence, but was ultimately killed by Thena after failing to absorb her powers. Despite his Deviant heritage, Kro possesses a number of superhuman traits that are characteristic of an Eternal. Kro maintains a virtually unbreakable mental control over the processes and structure of his body even when he is asleep or unconscious. As a result, Kro has a lifespan that has already lasted over 100,000 years and is immune to disease and aging. His mental control over his body enables him to maintain a youthful, vigorous physical condition. However, Kro is not as nearly indestructible as the Eternals, (for example, Ikaris nearly killed Kro once by strangulation).

But while sufficient force can kill Kro, he can use his mental control over his body to heal himself after being injured. Kro also possesses the power of physical malleability, which is atypical for a Deviant. At will he can cause most of the tissue of his body to become pliant, enabling him to shape it mentally like putty into different configurations. Once the tissue is set in an altered form, Kro has only to stop concentrating and his body will retain that shape until such time as he concentrates upon changing it again. This ability enables him to disguise himself and take the appearance of others (with cosmetic help for skin color, body hair, and so forth). One of Kro’s favorite ploys is to pass himself off among ordinary humanity as a demon by fashioning horns on his head. Kro’s shape-changing powers are limited. He cannot alter the shape of his skeleton in more than minor ways. Moreover, he cannot eliminate any of his mass while transforming, he can only redistribute his 320 pounds of weight. Hence, he usually only uses his shape-changing power to alter his facial features. He can mentally mold the shape of his skull somewhat. Kro has about 3 times the physical endurance of an ordinary human athlete. His heart is not located in the same place as an ordinary human being’s, its true location is unrevealed.


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Eternal Ajak Funko POP, Funko POPS, Marvel Universe & Eternals Funko POPS, Eternal Ajak the Wise and Spiritual Leader

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Eternal Ajak the Wise and Spiritual Leader Funko POP

From Marvel Universe Eternals, Ajak the Wise and Spiritual Leader, stylized as a Funko POP! Ajak is the wise and spiritual leader of the community of genetically-engineered Eternals who came to Earth. Created by the Celestials in the World Forge, Ajak was sent to Earth in 5,000 BC to progress the planet’s societal development, and protect it from the Deviants. Ajak was aware of her purpose in life to pave the way for Earth’s Emergence with the birth of Tiamut the Communicator. However, she was inspired by the heroics of the Avengers during the Battle of Earth, and instead opposed the ideals of her creators, believing humanity was worth saving. Although having confided her opposition to Ikaris, she was ultimately betrayed by him and lured to a pack of Deviants in Alaska for her to be murdered. Ajak possesses the standard Eternal abilities of cosmic energy manipulation and complete control of one’s own cellular makeup. The physical control granted gives Eternals an indefinitely prolonged lifespan and cellular regeneration along with superhuman strength and durability, in addition to cosmic powers granting them flight, teleportation and the ability to fire energy bolts. It was revealed in Gaiman’s miniseries Eternals that Ajak possesses the ability to directly communicate with the Celestials when they are nearby.


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The Scarlet Witch Funko POP, Funko POPS & Marvel Universe Funko POPS, Marvel Studios’ WandaVision The Scarlet Witch

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Marvel Studios’ WandaVision The Scarlet Witch Funko POP

From Marvel Studios’ WandaVision, The Scarlet Witch, as a stylized Funko POP. The Scarlet Witch (Wanda Maximoff) is a fictional character appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics. The character was created by writer Stan Lee and artist Jack Kirby. Her first appearance was in The X-Men #4 (March 1964) in the Silver Age of Comic Books. Originally said to have the ability to alter probabilities, The Scarlet Witch has been depicted as a powerful sorceress since the 1980s and was later said to be powerful enough to alter reality. For most of her comic book history, she is portrayed as a mutant, a member of a fictional subspecies of humans born with an “X-genethat grants superhuman abilities and traits. Scarlet Witch is first depicted as a reluctant supervillain along with her twin brother Pietro Maximoff / Quicksilver, both founding members of the Brotherhood of Mutants. A year after her debut, she joined the Avengers superhero team and ever since has often been depicted as a regular member of that or related teams (such as the West Coast Avengers and Force Works). When the Scarlet Witch was first created by Lee and Kirby, her main ability was a vaguely defined “hex powerthat could cause random and unlikely things to affect her enemies or other targets, often in the form of “bad luck“.

These effects could be unpredictable, however, and thus not always helpful to Wanda. The vague and unpredictable nature of her power meant Wanda could use her ability in a variety of ways that helped the plot but also meant she couldn’t easily solve all her problems. Despite the character’s name, The Scarlet Witch‘s powers stemmed not from witchcraft or magic but from being a mutant who could affect probabilities. Later stories gave her increased control, allowing her to release targeted “hex-bolts” that could cause enemy weapons to backfire, their abilities to fail, or the area around them to suffer sudden damage and instability. Eventually, she also became adept at casting energy blasts that could directly stun opponents. She later realized her hex-bolts were the most basic use of chaos magic. Wanda had a strong talent for magic, possibly caused by the demon Chthon giving her latent magical talent as a child. Under Englehart, Wanda studies spell casting and the manipulation of magical forces under the tutelage of Agatha Harkness. Along with increasing her control over the effects of her hexes, this allows her to counter, deflect, and block a variety of magical attacks. On multiple occasions, Wanda has temporarily had the power to shift and alter reality. Each of these times were later credited to another person or outside force temporarily granting her extra power.


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Doctor Strange Supreme Funko POP, Funko POPS, Black Light, Doctor Strange & Marvel Universe Funko POPS, Alternative Evil Doctor Strange Supreme

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Alternative Evil Doctor Strange Supreme Funko POP

From “What If…?” series, an alternative Evil Doctor Strange, Doctor Strange Supreme, as a stylized Funko POP. Doctor Stephen Vincent Strange, also known as Doctor Strange Supreme, is one of the main protagonists of the first season of the Marvel animated anthology series What If…?, first appearing in the 4th episode. An alternate version of Earth-199999‘s Doctor Strange, he becomes a Master of the Mystic Arts after losing his girlfriend Christine Palmer to a car crash, instead of losing the usage of his hands. Despite his initial heroism, the grief of losing his love resulted in Strange turning to the dark side, absorbing various interdimensional beings in order to attain enough power to alter the past and resurrect her. The Ancient One and another Doctor Strange variant attempt to warn the Darker Strange that creating such a paradox would usher in the end of the Universe, but it ultimately fell on deaf ears. He looks almost as his original version with blue eyes, brown hair and beard and gray sideburns.

As time goes by, he starts to look more and more sick, with thin, pale skin and gray bags around his eyes. Stephen Strange is a master of surgical skills in the beginning of the episode. After he tragically loses the love of his life, he seeks answers in the mystic arts and eventually he becomes the Sorcerer Supreme. After travelling back in time to the Lost Library of Cagliostro, he absorbed countless mystic beings for centuries in order to gain more powerful to break an Absolute Point, eventually being able to do so after absorbing his alternate self. A Black Light instead, is a lamp that emits long-wave (UV-A) ultraviolet light and very little visible light. Black lights are essential when UV-A light without visible light is needed, particularly in observing fluorescence, the colored glow that many substances emit when exposed to UV. And now also Doctor Strange Supreme Funko POP is in his Black Light form.


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Spider-Man Black/Gold Suit Funko POP, Funko POPS, Spider-Man & Marvel Universe Funko POPS, Marvel Universe Spider-Man No Way Home Suit

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Spider-Man No Way Home Black/Gold Suit Funko POP

From Spider-Man No Way Home, Spider-Man in Black and Gold Suit, as a stylized Funko POP. The friendly neighborhood superhero has continued to share new looks in multiple movie appearances and got fans amazed with his upgraded gadgets. To prepare us for the Spidey’ return, Funko are ecstatic to introduce Spider-Man and his new Black and Gold Suit, one of the new suits that will be seen in the movie. Spider-Man: No Way Home, the film directed by Jon Watts, is the third installment of the Marvel/Sony franchise that follows the adventures of Peter Parker aka Spider-Man. In this new chapter we will find out what will happen to the mythical superhero of New York after the villain Mysterio reveals to the world who is hiding under the mask of Spider-Man.

Now that the identity of Peter Parker is related to that of the neighborhood superhero, the boy can no longer separate the private life from the heroic one. This is why he decides to ask for help from a colleague, Doctor Strange, who will help him on his journey to understand what it means for him to wear the Spider-Man mask. The new Black and Gold Suit indeed featured a mystical gauntlet with “Doctor Strange’s Sanctum Sanctorum” inspired design language. The suit appears to take its design cue from Miles Morales’ Black and Gold suit in the comics, it is theorized in fact that Strange could revamp Peter’s suit with some mystical abilities. The Spider-Man‘s “black and gold” suit also shows an electrical tracing embedded in it, the suit’s electrical inlays have been incorporated to deal with Electro’s abilities.


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