MARVEL (Famous Covers) action figures
Daredevil (Famous Covers)
"Son of boxer Battlin' Jack Murdock, Matt Murdock's life was forever changed when his attempt to save a man from a runaway truck led to his own exposure to radioactive waste. Blinded by the strange isotope Matt soon found that his remaining senses had been hyper-intensified by the accident. In addition to his enhanced senses, Matt now possessed a type of ""radar sense"" giving him abilities far beyond the keen of normal men. Triggered by the loss of his father to gangsters, Murdock took the costume and the name Daredevil. Fighting crime and injustice by day as a lawyer, Matt Murdock continues his crusade by night as the man without fear--Daredevil!
Presented here in the classic red costume, Daredevil looks just as he did in the milestone issue, DAREDEVIL #7. Shown battling the undersea prince Namor, the Sub-Mariner on the cover of the issue, Daredevil seems to have met his match. But his reasoning as well as his fighting skills helps him win in the end, leaving both Daredevil and Namor with a valuable lesson. 8"" scale."
Mr. Fantastic & Invisible Woman 2-Pack (Famous Covers)
"Leading the Marvel Universe's first family of super heroes are the husband and wife team of Mr. Fantastic and the Invisible Woman! Gaining their powers through exposure to cosmic energies, the brilliant Reed Richards learned he could stretch his body in just about any shape he desires as Mr. Fantastic, while Sue Richards found invisible force fields as the Invisible Woman.
Presented here as they appeared in the now-classic Fantastic Four #3, Mr. Fantastic and the Invisible Woman sport their very first costumes! Showcasing not only their first appearances in costume, this issue also features the premiere of many of the Fantastic Four's vehicles and machinery. Soundly defeating the villainous Miracle Man by issue's end, the FF are victorious, but left to face the possibility that the Human Torch may leave the team!
These two 8"" ultra poseable figures with authentic fabric costumes were a Target exclusive and limited to a production run of 12,000 pieces."