Susan Storm seems an odd name to give someone with invisibility abilities (try saying that 10 times, fast!). The name makes her sound like she could bring down a building with only a thought, but actually she's a real sweet-heart! Well, at least the figure from the Marvel Legends Fantastic Four box set is cute. She could be a raging alcoholic for all I know, like our friend Peter Park- I mean, Tony Stark! I've never read a FF comic-book...
Mrs. Fantastic stands about 6 inches tall and about 6 1/4 inches if you count her short, spunky, blond hair. In fact, she has an overall perky look, like she ate too many pixie-sticks, but in a good way! I remember seeing her in magazines with long hair, but what do I know. The hair is a very light brown and has a nice sculpt. She's so cute with big...[See More]
I'm reviewing the super cool Fantastic 4 gift set made in 2004 by Toybiz. It includes a 7" Thing with 30 points of articulation. He has a new head sculpt, grinding his teeth like he is ready for clobberin time! His fingers are hinged; improved over the series 2 version.
Mr. Fantastic has 38 points of articulation and comes with a lab coat and a transformed rubber ball version of Stretcho himself.
Invisible Woman has 40 points of articulation. She comes with an invisible stand and is making her debut in this line. A clear version of her is also available in a variant set.
Human Torch has 34 points of articulation and lokks like Johnny Storm getting ready to flame on into the torch. All of these figures are decked out in their classic navy and white outfits and come with a neat...[See More]
Subseries from Marvel Legends (Toy Biz) Toy Series
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