Each Marvel Universe 3.75” figure features multiple points of articulation and character-specific accessories.
RHINO: The Rhino is sculpted in his trademark densely-textured rhino-hide costume, complete with recurved ramming-horns. Transcending inauspicious beginnings as a garden variety hired thug, the Rhino is the test subject for a leathery skin of armor which affixes permanently to its wearer and provides the wearer with vastly augmented strength and durability. The Rhino’s monstrous power enables him to battle the Hulk on near-equal terms, and his (Rhino’s) near-imperviousness is such that Spider-Man has no choice but to defeat the Rhino by outsmarting and outmaneuvering him.
CAPTAIN AMERICA: Originally deemed unfit for service, Steve Rogers volunteers for the experimental Super Soldier Serum and is reconstituted into Captain America, a master tactician and one of the most skilled physical combatants in the Marvel universe. Replacing his original badge-shaped shield, Captain America’s nearly indestructible circular shield is a freak occurrence derived from multiple attempts by metallurgist Dr. Myron MacLain to fuse Wakanda-indigenous Vibranium with an experimental alloy.
MYSTERIO: Modifying his special effects talents to suit his new career as a supervillain, former-stuntman Mysterio utilizes an inexhaustible array of illusions and projections and hallucinatory vapors, enabling Mysterio to appear in duplicate or as one gigantic Mysterio, to bamboozle his primary adversary, Spider-Man. A succession of defeats at the hands of Spider-Man generates increased derangement on the part of Mysterio. Even as a member of the Sinister Six, a team of similarly frustrated supervillains defeated individually by Spider-Man, Mysterio fails to defeat his hated nemesis.
ELEKTRA: The daughter of a Greek ambassador, Elektra Natchios begins her martial arts training at an early age. Following the death of her father she travels to Japan to expand her martial arts training and returns to New York to sell her services as an assassin. Hired by the Kingpin, Elektra is reluctantly forced into confrontations with Daredevil. Later, she battles Bullseye, another of Kingpin’s assassins, for supremacy and is killed by Bullseye with one of her own trademark sais. She is later resurrected and resumes her career as an assassin.
Set of 4 includes the following figures:=