Hot Toys has another large figure on the horizon in the MCU line of highly detailed figures. This time around, the merger of Bruce Banner and the Hulk, AKA Professor Hulk, will be making his debut. Standing at 15.5″ tall, this tamer version of Hulk comes with a light-up Nano Gauntlet.
Hulk will cost $375 and should ship between December 2021 and February 2022 via Sideshow. The face is sculpted in amazing detail, capturing the more toned-down look we see in Avengers Endgame. Hulk now looks much more like Mark Ruffalo. The expression is a bit bland, though.
The Nano Gauntlet looks great, and Hot Toys was able to fit in a light-up feature. However, Hulk does not come with an interchangeable damaged arm.
Huh. I never noticed that his unitard left his feet exposed. He kinda looks like a dancer. Weird.
Professor Hulk comes with the following accessories and features:
- Newly developed muscular body with over 20 points of articulation
- Two (2) pairs of interchangeable hands including:
– One (1) pair of forceful fists
– One (1) pair of gestured hands
- Each head sculpt specially hand-painted
- Two (2) sets of interchangeable Nano Gauntlet forearm armor (normal and wielding)
- Two (2) pieces of interchangeable hands, including hand with articulated fingers and gestured hand, mounted with six Infinity Stones (6 LED light-up points, battery operated)
- One (1) electronic device
- One (1) pair of glasses
- A movie-themed figure stand with movie logo and character name
Professor Hulk doesn’t make for the most dynamic figure based on the images here. He was a bit bland in Avengers Endgame, to be honest. He feels like a huge downgrade, but that matches how many of us felt in the ’90s when Marvel implemented this change in the comics. Hopefully, classic Hulk will come back in the future.
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