Friday, March 5, 2010

Green Goblin Marvel Legends Series 13 (Onslaught) Action Figure by Toy Biz


No es Octubre... Sin embargo siento un extraño deseo de ponerme una máscara y pedir dulces... Errrr, y crear un pequeño caos en la ciudad...

Debe ser la notoria influencia del personaje invitado para ésta publicación. 

Tengo una fascinación por los supervillanos igual o superior a la que tengo por los superhéroes y es sobretodo, creo yo, porque pueden manifestar sin remordimientos su insania, con mucha astucia y picardía mortal; la locura nunca fue sinónimo de imbecilidad, especialmente en el caso de los psicópatas.

Stan Lee y Steve Ditkto decidieron crear a Green Goblin en 1964, uno de los más acérrimos enemigos de Spider-Man. 


Su identidad real permaneció desconocida, hasta que se tomó la decisión de adjudicársela al inescrupuloso Norman Osborn, quien tomó el control de OsCorp Industries y la usó como plataforma tecnológica para sus planes de destruir a todo a su alrededor. 

Por su complejo de superioridad, él se cree un héroe que merece todo la admiración y sumisión de sus congéneres; como no lo consigue, desprecia la vida de los demás seres humanos, a quienes considera criaturas inferiores incapaces de reconocer sus enormes talentos (los de Norman, por supuesto; porque los míos son más que obvios !!! =PPPPP).

En cuanto a la figura misma (provista por un colega para su publicación) de 6" de alto y tiene 34 puntos de articulación, tengo que decir que me encantó por su extraordinaria calidad y nivel de detalle. 


Su delicado trabajo de pintura en colores con un acabado perlado/metalizado es sencillamente sensacional y los accesorios que incluyen una pumpkin bomb, su morral de "sorpresas" y el goblin glider, completan un magnífico set.

ENGLISH

Is not Octuber... But I feel a strange desire to wear a mask and as for candies... Errrrr, and create a lil’ chaos in the city... 

It must be the obvious influence of the guest character for this publication. 

I have a fascination with supervillains equal or even greater than that I have for superheroes and most of all, I think so, it’s because they express their insanity without remorse, with great cunning and mortal craftiness; madness was never synonymous of stupidity, specially in the case of psychos.

Stan Lee and Steve Ditkto decided to create Green Goblin in 1964, one of the more staunchest enemies of Spider-Man. 


His real identity remained unknown until it was made the decision to award it to the unscrupulous Norman Osborn, who took control of OsCorp Industries and used it as a technology platform for his plans to destroy all around him. 

For his superiority complex, he thinks he’s a hero who deserves all the admiration and allegiance from his congeners; as he doesn’t get it, he despises the life of other human beings, to which he considers inferior creatures unable to recognize his tremendous talents (Norman’s talents, of course; because mine are more than obvious !!! =PPPPP).

As for the figure itself (provided by a colleague for its publishing) is 6" high and has 34 points of articulation, I must say that I loved it for its outstanding quality and detail. 


Its delicate paint job in colors with a pearled/metallic finishing is just sensational and the accessories include a pumpkin bomb, his bag of "surprises" and the goblin glider to complete a great set.

2 comments:

Dennis aka Katsuden said...

Poor Norman Osborn, he's like Ironman want to be but got backfired. Nice pose of the green Goblin on his glider. Pumpkin bomb is interest and this character is such perfect for Hallowwen parties! Ha! Ha!

chrismandesign said...

uhmmmm i dunno if u even imagine that in Dark Reign series, Osborn created a new (anti)superheroe known as Iron Patriot, a sort of amalgam between Captain America & Iron man, when the balance of power in Marvel Universe just inverts itself !!! PLOP... & yep, i’ll invite to G.G. to my next halloween party for sure, he’ll be my best trick or treat partner kjakajkajkajkajakjkajkajkajkaj LOL

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