She-Hulk is officially getting a 12″ tall Hot Toys figure. Unfortunately, it’s the version we saw in the Disney+ MCU show. It’s disappointing we’re not getting a comic-accurate Jennifer Walter, butt the high-end action figure does look pretty good.
Hot Toys designed a new seamless body for the giant attorney. The only noticeable joints are at the wrists, which is unavoidable, considering the figure comes with multiple pairs of interchangeable hands. Another thankful addition is the eyeball rolling feature, so she’s not stuck looking in one direction. Sadly, we only get one head sculpt with an unsettlingly empty smile. Unfortunately, there’s also a severe lack of accessories for She-Hulk. Aside from the stand and hands, her one prop is a cell phone.
She-Hulk has not shown up on Sideshow Collectibles yet, so we’re unsure how much this underwhelming action figure will cost. However, considering she’s light on accessories, Jennifer Walter’s alter-ego will probably be priced in the mid $200s. Expect the high-end collectible to ship out sometime during the first half of 2024.
“Making her premier appearance in Marvel Studios’ She-Hulk: Attorney At Law series, the superhero is now smashing into your collection as the green-skinned She-Hulk 1/6th scale collectible figure sporting in the eye-pleasing comic-inspired look.”
She-Hulk will come with the following accessories:
- One (1) pair of fists
- One (1) pair of relax hands
- Three (3) pairs of gesture hands
- Each piece of head sculpt is specially hand-painted
- One (1) purple, white and black colored jumpsuit
- One (1) pair of trainers
- One (1) phone
- Themed figure base with character name
It’s not surprising that She-Hulk would get a Hot Toys figure. We’ve seen the company reissue the same Iron Man figure several times with new paint jobs. Unfortunately, Hot Toys, Marvel, or Disney chose to commission a figure in only one outfit. The jumpsuit is basic, and most of the series showed She-Hulk in various business attire. So why not create an alternate costume for the figure? Oh, I know, because they’ll make another version of the gamma-fueled attorney down the line to double dip on collectors.[Source: Hot Toys]