1 Thor
2 Loki
3 Hercules
4 Sif
5 Hulk
6 Captain America
7 Spider-Man
8 Warrior of Asgard
9 Valkyrie
10 Rock Troll
11 Stone Men of Saturn
12 Hatut Zeraze
013a The Leader
013b Red Leader
14 King Cobra
15 Thena
16 Piledriver
17 Thor
18 Thor
19 Iron Man
20 Hulk
21 Red Hulk
22 Jane Foster
23 Eric Masterson
24 Warrior Soul
25 Valkyrie
26 Ulik
27 Korg
28 White Wolf
029a Executioner
029b Skurge
30 Lorelei
31 Hogun
32 Bulldozer
33 Throg
34 Iron Rocket Man
35 Thorbuster
36 Captain Marvel
37 Ms. Marvel
38 Balder
39 Troll
40 Pluto
041a Destroyer
041b Odin the Destroyer
42 Tyrannus
43 Zarrko, The Tomorrow Man
44 Ajak
45 Ikaris
46 Makkari
47 Volstagg
48 Wrecker
49 Thor Odinson
50 Loki, Agent of Asgard
51 Groot Thor
52 Hulk
053a Hela
053b Angela
54 Zeus
55 Enchantress
56 Maestro
57 Sersi
58 Uni-Mind
59 Fandral
60 Thunderball
61 Thor
62 Thunderstrike
63 Beta Ray Bill
64 Malekith
65 Unworthy Thor
66 Loki
67 Odin
68 Valkyrie

101 Thor
102 Loki
103 Hercules
104 Captain America
105 Iron Man
106 Hulk

G001 Surtur
G002 Ymir
G003 Groot
G004 Carnage
G005 Ms. Marvel
G006 Mangog
G007 Frost Giant
G008 Flora Colossus

The Mighty Thor

The Mighty Thor

Quality of sculpts 4
Characters 3
Playability 5
Overall 4

Stand-out characters

106 Hulk
033 Throg
034 Iron Rocket Man
043 Zarrko, The Tomorrow Man
056 Maestro

There are some great characters in this set including Enchantress and Hela, but I've only listed figures I own.  This set also included Equipment that comes with specific characters, such as The Bloodaxe that comes with 029A Executioner.



#058 Uni-Mind
First Appearance: Eternals #12 (June, 1977)

The Uni-Mind is a Gestalt Entity created by the Eternals.
The Uni-Mind possesses all the powers, knowledge and combined intellect of those who are part of it.

Marvel Wiki - Uni-Mind

#056  Maestro
First Appearance: The Incredible Hulk: Future Imperfect #1 (December 1992)

Maestro is a future version of the Hulk from a time of a post-nuclear war.
Maestro is a more malevolent version of the Hulk but retains the memories of Bruce Banner.

Marvel Wiki - Maestro

#006 Mangog
First appearance: Thor #154 (July 1968)

Mangog, the sum total of hatred of a billion, billion beings from a mysterious alien race. Thwarted by Odin he was imprisoned beneath Asgard until he was freed by the Rock Troll Ulik.

Mangog has made several appearances, each time being defeated by the Asgardians, notably Odin.  But Mangog returns, stating, "hatred can be suppressed or rejected, but never destroyed!"

Marvel Wiki - Mangog


039 Troll
First Appearance: Thunderbolts #145 (August, 2010)

Gunna Sijurvald was born of an Asgardian mother and a Magzi (a Troll tribe) father who had captured her. Even though she looks Asgardian, she was raised by the trolls.  Troll has been a member of the Thunderbolts and Young Avengers.

Marvel Wiki - Troll

007 Spider-Man
First Appearance: Bullet Points #4 (April, 2007)

Robert Bruce Banner is the Spider-Man of Earth-70105. He, Spider-Woman and Old Man Spider were then sent to recruit Kaine Parker, the Scarlet Spider.



Marvel Wiki - Bruce Banner Spider-Man

047 Volstagg
First appearance: Journey into Mystery #119 (August 1965)

A member of the Asgardian race, a warrior and adventurer, and a friend of Thor. He has gone by the aliases of Volstagg the Valiant, Volstagg the Voluminous, Volstagg the Enormous, Lion of Asgard and War Thor.  Fandral, Hogun and Volstagg are known as the Warriors Three. 

More recently Volstagg has been seen on the big screen in the Thor films.

Wiki - Volstagg

036 Captain Marvel
First appearance: (as Carol Danvers) Marvel Super-Heroes #13 (March 1968)

The character debuted in the title Marvel Super-Heroes as an officer in the United States Air Force and Security Chief of a restricted military base.
When Danvers resurfaces with superhuman abilities and becomes the hero Ms. Marvel.

Wiki - Carol Danvers

029a Executioner
First appearance: Journey into Mystery #103 (April, 1964)
Created by Stan Lee (writer) & Jack Kirby (artist)

Skurge, the Executioner ia an Asgardian adversary to Thor who wielded a magic double-bladed battle axe. Skurge fell in love with the Enchantress and was frequently used in schemes by her and the trickster god Loki. He was a member of the original Masters of Evil.

Wiki - Executioner

(right) Skurge as played by Karl Urban in Thor Ragnarok


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