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Here are two battles for your enjoyment. The first is She-Hulk from Hasbro's Marvel Legends against Omega Red of Toybiz Marvel Legends. The second is one of Hasbro's first Thing figures against Iron Clad of the U-Foes . This version of Iron Clad is based on one of those old Hulk video games. Enjoy the pics. SHE-HULK . VS. OMEGA RED
This battle is between two of my most favorite Marvel Legend Toy Biz figures . Remember everyone, The Abomination is on the same power level as the Hulk . As both the comics and that Hulk movie that came out a few years ago proved . Although Sasquatch is powerfully strong himself , he is no where near on the same power level as those two behemoths . Enjoy the pics.
But more important than a tribute to the action figures is a tribute to the real life men and women who have protected and served this country. May God bless all the veterans out there. Now on to the tribute with the figures. What better way for an action figure website to honor Memorial Day ? With a tribute to military based action figures, that's how . Not all military based figures are represented in this article, just a select few, including some big name franchises such as G.I. Joe and Street Fighter .
We start off with G.I.Joe . I don't own a lot of Joes in my collection but here are two . Duke and one of the Dreadnoks. I love G.I. Joe as a franchise overall, be it cartoon or comics. But I have not been too crazy about the toys. Until Hasbro made the 25th Anniversary figures, which have more detail and realism than the classic figures from the 1980s line . I hope one day we will see 6" Joe figures . The Sigma Six figures are close, but they are a little bit too tall to be considered in the 6" scale.
This guy is based on an old video game called Brothers in Arms . This is Private Legs Leggett . He comes with some nice military based accessories, his helmet is removable and he is in the 6 inch scale. You can check out Plan B Toys if you want to add these guys to your action figure collection .
Guile is the top military character from the Street Fighter franchise. The figure is really neat with some cool accessories. A comb , his sonic boom blasts , a dog tag just to name a few .
Even though he's not wearing military attire , we all know that Captain America's roots are military based . After all, he's not called a " Super Soldier" for nothing . For those of you whom may not know This is a Toybiz Cap that came in a two-pack with one of the later designs of the Red Skull .
Now for some miscellaneous military based action figures. I purchased these guys a long time ago at a local Family Dollar store. I no longer have the packaging they came in and can't remember what they are named . However they are a little bit shorter than G.I. Joe figures.
And finally , who is this little guy and where is he from ? He came as an extra figure in a Goodwill grab bag that I purchased from a Goodwill store. He looks like something out of Fisher-Price but I'm not sure just guessing . Wherever he's from we can tell he's military based because of his attire .
There you have it. These are just a select few military based action figures out of many out there. One honorable mention is that who could forget those grab bags of little green army men. Small and non articulate however I thought they are worth mentioning for this article. HAPPY MEMORIAL DAY again everyone and enjoy your day off from work .