This was actually my second Marvel Universe figure. I had seen the original Green Hulk version but was put off by it do to the head sculpt. While the Grey Hulk has the same head, I am a fan of the Grey Hulk and felt that the scale really worked for this personality who has never been shown as exceptionally gaint, just really tall and overly muscled. Hulk has fairly standard articulation, swivel wrists and hips, hinged ankles, ball hinged, elbows, knees and shoulders. The head his a swivel as is the abdomen. The detail's are all really good with popping veins and tattered blue jeans. The theigs are shadded with gray paint, a similair shade to the Hulk's skin so I'm guessing it's suppose to be extra tears in his pants.
All the joints are good and tight, not too loose, perfect for possing....[See More]
Subseries from Marvel Universe - Fury Files Toy Series
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