By some strange turn of cosmic events, this review follows on the heels of a What The-?! episode that stars She-Hulk! Something fishy going on! You might remember that I reviewed the other SDCC 2007 exclusive the other week — Stan Lee/Spider-man/Peter Parker. Today I’m reviewing the other exclusive that was offered the same year: She-Hulk.
She-Hulk first appeared as a Marvel Legends figure in 2007 as part of the Blob Series, which featured the X-Men baddie Blob as a Build-A-Figure. Hot on the heels of X-Men 3: The Last Stand, this wave featured Jean Grey and Juggernaut from the movie. It also included a number of collector-demanded figures, like Quicksilver, Yellowjacket, and She-Hulk. For a trip down memory lane, check out his old First Look!
As she appeared in her recent Avengers costume, the Comic-Con version would sport the much-demanded Fantastic Four costume with a new head sculpt. The new sculpt sported a new hairdo with a pony tail. In addition, there were removable feet and hands that could be swapped with ungloved hands and high heels. The set also included a skirt, sport coat, glasses, and a briefcase. All this so that She-Hulk could practice her lawyering skills in a non-superhero outfit.
There’s very little difference from the Blob Series She-Hulk in terms of overall sculpt and articulation; they are the same figure, only we get a new head and a Fantastic Four-styled outfit. The lack of fists on a Hulk applies to She-Hulk as well. For some reason we don’t want our Hulks punching.
The articulation is once again spot-on and works in that very efficient/effective Hasbro manner. The only complaint is a missing swivel waist. Here’s the breakdown:
For those of you wanting She-Hulk in her lawyer’s outfit or as part of your Fantastic Four collection, then this figure is a must have! You can still pick her up at: