When Steve Rogers volunteered to serve his country by undergoing the experimental super-soldier augmentation process, Captain America was born. Captain America is the defender of truth and justice, and is the living embodiment of freedom. He has sworn an oath to protect the weak and shepherd the innocent. Armed only with an unbreakable shield, Captain America guards the freedoms held most dear.
Morrigan Aensland is a Scottish vampire who has roamed the earth since 1678. Morrigan haunts the catacombs of Castle Aensland, and during nights with a full moon, she ventures into the mortal world to satisfy her lust for battle. Although Morrigan draws her supernatural powers from the dark dimensions, her motives are not evil. Morrigan can channel the forces of darkness into her devastating “soul fist” attack and her wings are razor sharp weapons. Morrigan has the ability to hypnotize mortals and most men are powerless to resist her dangerous embrace.
Thrust into combat against an unknown opponent, Captain America senses the darkness that fuels Morrigan’s powers. But is this beautiful creature of the night truly evil or is she merely a pawn in Onslaught’s mad scheme?
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4.50 stars from KirkyMonster
My review is only for the Captain America figure that comes with this 2 pack. I bought it online loose out of the package and it only came with the Captain America figure without Morrigan or his shield. This figure is very nicely sculpted especially considering for the time it was made. He has a swivel neck waist and hips. He has ball joints for his shoulders, and hinged elbows and knees. His paint apps are very nice too though in my opinion they may have went a little heavy with the light blue wash on his arms, everywhere else the blue wash looks perfect. The only reason I give this figure a 4.5 instead of perfect 5 is because I feel that they could have added a couple more swivel joints like in the wrist and the thighs, but this is a 90's. . . Read More
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