Part of my June haul of #POP figures, Pop Corvus is, of course, part of the Avengers #Infinity_War merchandise. Part of the Black Order of Thanos, I just had to get him. He looked cool in the movie so let's see if his POP form does him justice. I wasn't familiar with the Black Order until Infinity War came along so I did my research prior to the movie. Corvius seemed like a pretty cool character with his own perks and motives but none of that came out in the Cinematic version
Yes, I had to get the POP Infinity War Thanos! There's no denying that #Thanos is one of the highlights of Infinity War and it was expected that #Funko would grace us with a POP of him. Without further adieu, let's go to the rest of the review! #POP boxes try their best to pay homage to the source material and this box would have missed the mark if it did not try to resemble anything to promote Infinity War. But the box isn't what I purchase POP for! It's the content inside.
The Mad Titan made his way through the #MCU and decimated the Avengers, Guardians of the Galaxy, and just about everyone, really. It was more than apparent for Hasbro that a BAF Marvel Legends Thanos would do something for Cinematic and Comic book fans of Infinity War alike. Having reviewed the other figures that makes up Thanos, it's time to review this action figure and see if he is as awesome as a snap of his finger. #Thanos has got some size to him. Well, truthfully, he h
The last figure of the #Thanos BAF, the Marvel Legends of Steve Rogers is definitely the one I didn't care for when I saw promotional shots. I honestly don't like the costume design of Steve Rogers in #Inifity_War so my disdain for this figure may not be related to the figure itself. I get why this was his design in the movie, i Just don't like it. At any rate, let's jump right into the review. I honestly think he was just "Steve Rogers" throughout Infinity War. The concept o
Slithering our way is another obscure Marvel character! A Marvel Legends of King Cobra from the Serpent Society isn't something I was asking for or was looking forward to. I don't now much about this character, all I know is that he is the leader of the infamous Serpent Society that Captain America often tangled with. At any rate, let's check out this #Marvel_Legends! The box says: "Serpent Society" and not the actual name of this character. But regardless, I looked it up and
A Proxima Midnight Marvel Legends did not appeal to me at first. In fact, because of the line up for this wave, I wasn't interested in getting the entire wave at all. But #Thanos really sold me in his #MCU appearance. Heck I've loved Thanos before, but to see him in Infinity War was something else. The Black Order, on the other hand, did not get the spotlight that they have in the comics. But enough of that. Let's check out Proxima Midnight and see if she was worth the purcha
I'm not sure if I can really agree that we needed a Taskmaster Marvel Legends again, but here we are with another one! Let's just get right into the review and check him out! I never understood Taskmaster's design. He looks like a grim reaper but his abilities consists of him being able to mimic skills of other characters to the point of almost gaining the muscle memory and training of said characters. He can shoot a bow like Hawkeye, swing like Spider-Man, use a shield like
Thor: Ragnarok was something else. It really brought people to embrace that Thor can be a fun MCU character without trying to be too serious. While most of that movie's success can be attributed to the well-received humor, I think the characters, like the villainess, for example, is a big part of that said success. Hela, the first real MCU villainess really stood out and made a name for herself this time around. Let's check out where her #POP version stands in comparison to h