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Each Avengers Infinite 3.75” Figure Series 04 figure features multiple points of articulation and is accompanied by character-specific weapons/accessories.
AVN MVL PLATINUM WONDER MAN: Driven into bankruptcy by Tony Stark, industrialist Simon Williams is recruited by Baron Zemo to infiltrate and undermine the Avengers. Wonder Man, Williams’ new alter ego, originates as an ion-powered superman, possessing vastly augmented strength and invulnerability; Wonder Man’s ongoing cooperation in the infiltration scheme is assured by his progressive dependency upon a serum supplied by Zemo. Ultimately, however, Wonder Man sides with the Avengers and is seemingly destroyed, although years later he is reconstituted and inducted as a legitimate member of the Avengers.
AVN STAR LORD: Star-Lord is a master strategist and skilled physical combatant, further benefited by extensive knowledge of varying alien technology and weaponry. Star-Lord’s costume provides him with heightened strength and durability and space-traveling capability, and he is equipped with his Element Gun which launches fire, water, air or earth-based projectiles.
AVN DRAX: Arthur Douglas is indiscriminately killed by Thanos, and his (Douglas’) consciousness is transferred to the artificial life form, Drax the Destroyer. Brainwashed, Drax is compelled to track and destroy Thanos. Capable of traveling vast distances in outer space, Drax possesses vast superhuman strength, endurance and resiliency, and is capable of generating blasts of cosmic energy, although his latest reincarnation is more lithe and relies on knives instead of blasts.
AVN ROCKET RACCOON WITH GROOT: Originating with Halfworld, a colony for the infirm, Rocket Raccoon is one of a number of animals given heightened intelligence and bipedal forms to act as caretakers of the colony, serving as chief law officer. He later befriends Star-Lord, and joins the Guardians of the Galaxy, and served as the team’s leader during the mission to recover the missing Star-Lord. An alien plant creature, Groot originally arrives on Earth with the intention of capturing and studying human life forms; after the destruction of the original Groot, a duplicate is created to battle against the Hulk. Ultimately Groot is recruited by S.H.I.E.L.D. as a member of the Howling Commandos. He sacrifices himself on behalf of his teammates, although a small fraction of him is recovered by Raccoon Rocket and nurtured into full regrowth.
AVN MVL PLATINUM HULK: This version of the Hulk is clad in bulky, stylized armor plating. Spawned by intense gamma radiation, the Hulk is manifested from the subconscious of otherwise innocuous scientist Bruce Banner. The Hulk possesses a rage-proportionate, nearly limitless reservoir of strength, enabling him to destroy virtually any opponent while simultaneously withstanding any damage incurred. Initially the Hulk is vilified by the military, specifically by Thunderbolt Ross who dedicates his existence to capturing and/or destroying the Hulk, obliging the latter to repel army formations and pulverize military vehicles with the same heavy hand he reserves for gamma-aggrandized supervillains such as the Leader and the Abomination.
AVN MVL DEATHS HEAD: Death’s Head II is the result of the beheading of the original Death’s Head and the transfer of the latter’s personality into the cyborg Minion; the Death’s Head personality ultimately gains dominance over Minion’s programming, attaining an level of autonomy which is positively influence by other personalities incorporated in Minion’s gestalt matrix. Mostly discarding his opportunistic bounty hunter’s mentality, Death’s Head II teams up with the artificial human Tuck, traveling to the latter’s homeworld Lionheart, a planet were cybernetics and robotics are outlawed and warred upon by Lionheart’s medieval human populace.
Ages 4 and up
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