Set List

Common
1 Captain America
2 Spider-Man
3 Iron Man
4 Crossbones
5 Gunslinger
6 Sheriff Steve Rogers
7a Thanos Duplicate
7b Thanos
8 Thorus
9 Thor
10 Crystal Warrior
11 Magma Man
12 Man-Thing Soldier
13 Worldbreaker
14 Outrider
15 Molly Hayes
16 Klara Prast

Uncommon
17 Captain America
18 Spider-Man
19 Iron Man
20 Tony Stark, Inventor
21 Black Widow
22 Ultimate Thor
023 She-Hulk
24 Boar Thor
25 Crystar
26 Moltar
27 Man-Thing Commander
28 Maestro
29 Erik Killmonger
30 Stick
31 Alex Wilder
32 Karolina Dean

Rare
34 Iron Goblin
35 Bullseye
36 Elektra
37a Captain Marvel
37b Captain Marvel
38 Iron Man
39 Red Wolf
40 Spiderling
41 Spinneret
42 Jennifer Kale
43 Arkon
44 Witch Hunter Angela
45 Nico Minoru
46 Chase Stein
47 Viv Vision
48 Bushmaster

Super Rare
49 Hulk
50 Iron Fist
51 Spider-Queen
52 Regent
53 Doc Ock
54 Big Boss Hill
55 Dino-Thor
56 Witch Queen Le Fay
57 Nick the Fury
58 Thanos
059a Destroyer Thor
059b Destroyer Thor
60 Gertrude Yorkes & Old Lace

Chase
61 Black Panther
62 Namor
63 Sheriff Strange
64 Iron Fist
65 Agamotto
66 Odin

 

Secret Wars: Battleworld

 
 

 

Quality of sculpts 4
Character selection 3
Playability -
Overall -

A theme I'm not familiar with having never read any of the Marvel Secret Wars series.  The sculpts are solid, but I'm not sure about character selection, simply because there are lots of characters I don't know; that could be a good thing or a bad thing. 


 

 
007a/b Thanos Duplicate
First Appearance: Infinity War #1 (June, 1992)



Thanks to Avenger: Infinity War, Thanos is now known to all comic fans. The Mad Titan who wishes to impress Mistress Death by gathering all the Infinity Gems and then wiping out half the population of the universe.

The comic differs from the film; The Magus, the dark personality of Adam Warlock, seeks to conquer the universe. In doing so the Magus creates twisted duplicates of Earth's heroes, and a duplicate of Thanos. However the duplicate of Thanos was an exact copy who would advise Magus in his twisted plans.

Wiki - Thanos_(Doppelganger)
 

025 Crystar
Issue #1 of The Saga of Crystar, May 1983.



On the world of Crystalium the the brothers Crystar and Moltar chose Order over Chaos to oppose the The Demon Lord sent his demon armies.

Wiki - The_Saga_of_Crystar

041 Spinneret
First Appearance: Amazing Spider-Man: Renew Your Vows #1 (August, 2015)



After the Multiverse was destroyed by incursions, and recreated in the form of Battleworld, MJ and her family found themselves in a domain known as the Regency, fashioned from the remnants of Earth-18119 by the iron will of God Emperor Doom.

Wiki - Mary_Jane_Watson_(Earth-18119)

040 Spiderling
First Appearance: Amazing Spider-Man: Renew Your Vows #1 (August, 2015)



Annie Parker is the daughter of Spider-Man and Mary Jane Watson-Parker.
After the Multiverse was destroyed by incursions, and recreated in the form of Battleworld, Annie and her family found themselves in a domain known as the Regency, fashioned from the remnants of Earth-18119 by the iron will of God Emperor Doom.

Wiki - Anna-May_Parker_(Earth-18119)

014 Outrider
First Appearance: Free Comic Book Day Vol 2013 #Infinity (May, 2013)



The Outriders is a race of genetically engineered humanoid creatures with the purpose of serving their maker until they die.

Thanos used Outriders to find new planets inhabited by weak species he would raze. Upon finding a new world, an Outrider would report to Corvus Glaive, who would arrive to that planet along Thanos' Black Order and demand a tribute for Thanos, if the inhabitants refused, that world would be annihilated.


Wiki - Outriders_(Race)

048 Bushmaster
First appearance: Captain America #310 (October 1985)

The first Bushmaster appeared in Iron Fist #15 (September 1977) and was a Maggia Crime Boss.



The later Bushmaster lost his limbs in an accident and had them replaced with bionic arms and a snake-like tail in the place of the lower half of his body.
Feeling an outcast he later became a member of the Serpent Society.

Wiki - Bushmaster

 

Runaways

   
008 Thorus
First appearance: Thors #1 (August, 2015)



Not much is known about Thorus, but he was originally from the domain of Egyptia. At some point in time, Thorus became a member of the Thor Corps, a force composed of multiple men and women dedicated to preserving peace across Battleworld.

https://marvel.fandom.com/wiki/Thorus_(Earth-51910)

   

 

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