The Legendary Heroes version of Marv appears to be approximate to the Marvel Legends line in terms of scale and articulation. Marv is large and roughhewn like a granite sculpture. Hands the size of basket balls protrude menacingly from the ragged sleeves of a heavy, war-torn coat (the damage to the coat usually indicates that Marv is on the verge of locating and pulverizing someone with a replacement coat.)
Marv awakes alongside Goldie, immediately sensing that something is wrong. She’s been murdered by a silent assassin, and given the fact that Goldie is Marv’s approximation of an angel, he logically vows to kill everyone involved in her death. The fact that Marv has been framed for Goldie’s murder is only peripheral. He batters past the cops, pausing just long enough to patch himself up and attempt to improve his precarious mental state with a bottleful of pills. Marv is a destroying force of nature, meticulously torturing his way to the desired culprits. He fulfills his quest while knowingly signing his own death warrant in the process, his point being that Goldie was a girl worth killing for, worth dying for, and worth going to Hell for.