Where do I start... Took the Marvel Select Zombie Hulk base and first thing, swapped off the head with a ML Maestro headcast(I can't remember who I ordered it from, but it was great!) I sculpted up the body where the rotten areas were and sculpted some boots on him and sculpted some on the abdomen area and added some length to the hair and defined the beard some more. Added a vinyl belt and sculpted guantlets as I was wanting this to look similar to the BOWEN DESIGNS Maestro statue. I got a base from my step-father and figured I would make a base for this custom with some references to the ghosts of the Marvel Universe that Maestro Hulk had disposed of.(be it known, I don't really like the Maestro or that whole story line as Hulk being an evil emperor in future of Marvel...is not cool to me!) Anyways,I liked the things Bowen had on his base, so I wanted to add some more of my own FF touch to it and try not to overkill. I do like to overkill sometimes, and this was no exception....so to cure that, I made some of the stuff permanent and the overkill stuff removeable and you can add/remove those pieces as you like. The permanent things are...the casts I made are in parenthesis: a random peice of machinery, Silver Surfer's surfboard, Ultron head, Asorbing Man head(cast), Captain America's shield(cast),Red Guardian shield(cast), Beta Ray Bill Stormbreaker(cast) and Thor's helmet. The removeable overkill pieces are: Wolverine's bones, Daredevil skull head, Iron Fist skull head, Iron Man head(cast), Giant-Man skull head, Ghost Rider skull head(cast the skull and the flames are hot glue), Thor's Hammer Mjlonir(cast), Spider-Man head(cast and sculpt)and Asorbing Man ball(cast). I do have a burnt American flag to go with it, but forget it in my truck. All of the overkill heads are interchangeable on the pole where the Ghost Rider skull is. You can also put the flag there or have Maestro hold it. The photo of Mastro's back is before I had repainted the pants and belt back a more opaque tone and lessened some of the gloss to it. Also the photo of Maesto with no helmet standing on the base with all the accessories is before I did the repaint on him and added his helmet, which I also repainted that. This is part of Volume 2 of my INCREDIBLE HULK'S GREATEST HITS SERIES. Thanks for looking my friends. Glory to God.