Wal-Mart exclusive Giant Man series. Ready for an updated look at the middle sibling of the Summers brothers? Then join me after the break...
Height: 6 3/8ths inches
Articulation: Swivel/hinge ankles, boot swivels, double-hinged knees, swivel thighs, ball-jointed hips, swivel waist, hinged mid-torso, swivel/hinge shoulders, swivel biceps, double-hinged elbows, swivel-hinge wrists, hinged neck, ball-jointed head.
Accessories: Two plasma blasts and the build-a-figure Juggernaut's right leg.
Non-Scalper Price: $20 dollars
* Havok is a very nicely articulated figure. He's one of the reused bodies (not sure what everyone calls it) but it's really poseable and lots of fun to play around with. A number of the joints have the ratcheting system in them that helps to hold poses better without the joints sagging. The plastic on the figure, even the double hinged joints, is also nice and strong.
* Havok does have a pretty decent headsculpt. It's nothing crazy but the face underneath the mask looks pretty solid and the paint on the eyes is well done.
Scarlet Witch and Doctor Strange) and really add the "oomph" this figure needs to be more than just a guy in a black spandex suit.
* Here's the right left of Juggernaut, AKA the reason I really bought this figure. He seems like a really cool build-a-figure and, as of this writing, I'm only one piece away from completing him! I always like to see a build-a-figure in a series of figures and this one seems like a good one. He sold me on the entire series, didn't he?
* Havoks is just kind of plain. Again, I don't have a ton of love for the character or anything, so I'm not just excited for the character in and of itself. Looking at this as the figure of a guy whom I know but don't care that much about, he's insanely dull.
* I really wish that the symbol on his chest had been a bit more interesting. Something using translucent plastic painted over would have been so much cooler. It's kind of the only defining feature on the character and I would have loved something a bit more dynamic.
one of those figures that I purchased solely to pick up the build-a-figure piece. Fortunately, the energy blasts do make him a bit more interesting. He's Good, and necessary if you're building Juggsy McJuggernaut, but that's as high of praise as I can muster.
I haven't reviewed any other Havok figures on the site but I have reviewed plenty of other Marvel Legends figures:
Marvel Legends: Captain America by Hasbro (2016)
Marvel Legends Infinite Series by Hasbro
Captain Marvel (Maidens of Might)
Doctor Strange (Marvel Heroes)
Guardians of the Galaxy 5-Pack
Hellcat (Fierce Fighters)
Ms. Marvel, Captain America, & Radioactive Man 3-Pack
Scarlet Witch (Maidens of Might)
Spider-Woman (Fierce Fighters)
Marvel Legends Infinite Series: Ant-Man by Hasbro (2015)
Marvel Legends Infinite Series: Avengers by Hasbro
Marvel Legends Infinite Series: Avengers: Age of Ultron by Hasbro (2015)
Marvel Legends Infinite Series: Captain America: The Winter Soldier by Hasbro
Marvel Legends Infinite Series: Guardians of the Galaxy by Hasbro
Marvel Legends Infinite Series: Spider-Man by Hasbro
Jack O'Lantern (Villains of the Night)
Spider-Girl (Warriors of the Web)
Marvel Legends: Iron Man 3 by Hasbro
Classic Iron Man
Heroic Age Iron Man
Iron Monger Build-a-figure
- Action Figure Review Index
- Who is Barbecue17?
- My Toy Review Rating Scale!
- 31 Days of Toy Terror!
- Top 10 Lists and Other Stuff
- Podcasts on The Epic Review
- Oh the Horror!: Horror Movie Reviews!
- The Batgirl Library
- The Dark Knight Gallery
- Fabulous Secret Powers
- Snake Mountain!
- Beast Manor
- The Harley Quinndex
- The Joker's Funhouse
- Tosche Station
- The Kessel Run
- The Crystal Castle
- Teela: Warrior Goddess
- Trap Jaw's Tourist Trap
- Cringer's Crib
- Sea of Rakash
- Evil-Lyn's Dungeon
- The Fright Zone
- The Wonderdome
- Spawn Alley
- The Royal Junkyard
- Fortress Vader
- The Fortress of Solitude