Born of mortal woman, Alcmena and seared by the King of the God's, Zues, Hercules was gifted with incredible strength and endurance became a legend on the battle field as he mastered almost all forms of weaponry and became a gifted tactician.
For many years he lived on Earth and fought in countless battles until his death via a shirt coated with the poisoned blood of a Centaur he had slain. After his death, Hercules ascended to Olympus and became truly immortal.
After becoming bored with life on Olympus, Hercules descended to Earth to find a new challenge. Now, Hercules uses his mighty strength to battle the forces of evil along side the worlds greatest heroes!
Hercules stands at just under seven inches. I think its about 6 and 7/8ths inches which is perfect for him. His muscle build...[See More]
The only Hercules I know is Kevin Sorbo, that's the Herc I know, that's the Herc I love. I heard of Marvel's Hercules but I knew he wouldn't have the same personality, still, that didn't keep me from buying this figure!
Herc stands about 6.75 inches to the top of his head, and about 7 inches if you count his hair. This dude is massive! When they say he can go toe-to-toe with Thor and Hulk, they aren't kidding! From the few pictures I've seen, this figure looks exactly like it's supposed to, it's mostly very neatly-crafted as well. The picture on the package shows he has dark-brown hair but the actual toy has reddish-brown hair instead and the blue eyes are decently painted. Aside from that, everything looks great! Herc is ripped with veins bulging out of his arms. He has a big hysterical...[See More]
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