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Tiger Shark




...so keep an eye out for one if you're a figure collector.

From what I understand, he sits in the stone throne that's included, and looks quite grand doing so. Of course, he stands up too.

In this photo, he appears to be standing at the back of the throne, with the throne turned the other way.

He's a bit pidgeon-toed, no?




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Marvel Man




> ...so keep an eye out for one if you're a figure collector.
>
> From what I understand, he sits in the stone throne that's included, and looks quite grand doing so. Of course, he stands up too.
>
> In this photo, he appears to be standing at the back of the throne, with the throne turned the other way.
>
> He's a bit pidgeon-toed, no?
>
>


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> ...so keep an eye out for one if you're a figure collector.
>
> From what I understand, he sits in the stone throne that's included, and looks quite grand doing so. Of course, he stands up too.
>
> In this photo, he appears to be standing at the back of the throne, with the throne turned the other way.
>
> He's a bit pidgeon-toed, no?
>
>


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Cardiac




> ...so keep an eye out for one if you're a figure collector.
>
> From what I understand, he sits in the stone throne that's included, and looks quite grand doing so. Of course, he stands up too.
>
> In this photo, he appears to be standing at the back of the throne, with the throne turned the other way.
>
> He's a bit pidgeon-toed, no?
>
>


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Tiger Shark




..and thus, at this point, I'm happy with it. Until I actually see the actual figure, I have to withhold judgement.

He was often snarling, laughing, and making mocking expressions under Buscema's pen, and I'm glad they've gone back to that classic interpretation as a basis of the figure.


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