Marvel Universe Collecting – Deadpool Corps (Take Two)

Following from last month’s showcase of my Deadpool Corps collection, I thought I’ll go through the Deadpool Corps just once more since, each figure was acquired piecemeal via various evilBay sources, and as such certain aspects could be different from that of the genuine Taco truck article. Bear with me here as I seek to clarify to everyone and myself what I consider is the backstory for each figure.


Let’s start with Deadpool. Here’s a picture of Deadpool as purchased.


Deadpool came from a ChinaBay source. On closer inspection and after checking online for more information, I concluded that this particular Deadpool figure did not belong to the Taco truck set, but instead he comes from the single release comic series Deadpool of the “X-Men Origins: Wolverine” toy line.

XOWolverine-001_DPComic Series Deadpool from “X-Men Origins: Wolverine”

The original “Taco truck set Deadpool” has dark brown scabbards, holster, and belt pouches, and there’s no red on the Deadpool symbol belt buckle. Also, “Taco truck set Deadpool” comes with a dagger, two futuristic guns, swimming floats and inflatable Ducky.

The original Deadpool from the Taco truck set.

But as a consolation, the taco eating head does belong to the Taco truck set. The same two futuristic guns also came with MU Cable, so they can be borrowed for Deadpool to use. I have another Deadpool figure from the MU Deadpool & Taskmaster Comic Pack, and the masked head plus the dagger can be borrowed to snap the “Taco truck set Deadpool”.

Well, almost anyway.

Just an observation: If Taco truck set Deadpool uses the same buck as the Comic Series Deadpool, then the holster on his leg will not fit that futuristic pistol. It does fit the dagger loosely though.

It is possible to customise a Taco truck set Deadpool with a simple repaint, but for now I’ll just let Deadpool stay the way he is.

Next: Lady Deadpool. Picture as purchased:

IMG_6254.JPGLady Deadpool was re-released as part of Marvel Legends Series Wave 4. She came together with Squirrelpool.

The original Lady Deadpool from the Taco truck set.

Perhaps the only significant difference between the two is that the original “Taco truck set Lady Deadpool” has a slightly darker hair colour as compared with the single release. There’s always a slight variation with every Hasbro MU re-releases, enough to irritate the completionist collector. “Taco Lady Deadpool” also came with a laser gun and a bazooka. It so happens that the two weapons are the same accessories as that of MU A.I.M. Soldier, and I’ve borrowed them to snap a somewhat complete “Taco Lady Deadpool”.


Next: Championpool. Picture as purchased:

No issues on the completeness of Championpool and his accessories as he was purchased as-is from a trader who was selling it separately from the original Taco truck set.

Next: Kidpool & Dogpool. Picture as purchased:

Also no issues with Kidpool and Dogpool. Together with the Taco eating Deadpool head, and probably the XOW: Deadpool itself, these are not considered knock-offs but are thought to be overproduction from the Hasbro-licensed factories in China that were never contracturally acquired by Hasbro for final packaging and sale. As such enterprising sellers are offloading them on evilBay, usually at a cheaper price than retail, which is either a bane or boon from a certain point of view.


So there you have it. A somewhat convoluted piecemeal method to acquire the exclusive Taco truck set figures without overspending too much, with the end result of some slight paint differences and lacking certain accessories (Deadpool’s swimming float, Ducky, Taco packages and the Taco truck itself). Wouldn’t exactly be a preferred option if you are the compulsive completionist, but I’ll leave that up to you to decide.

A word of caution if you are considering the cheaper ChinaBay route: There’s a knock-off Taco truck Deadpool set floating around which comes with the similar-looking figures but with seriously reduced articulation (no elbows or knee articulation), poor paint apps, among others. Beware not to mistake this for what you think you are going to get.

DPset_fakeFAKE, and probably toxic. Picture from eBay.

(Pictures of XOW Deadpool, Taco Deadpool & Taco Lady Deadpool courtesy of

Just one more:

“And it comes in red too!”


Marvel Universe Collecting – Deadpool Corps

Hello world! Here’s another showcase from my awesome Marvel Universe collection – Deadpool Corps !

For some convoluted reason, Deadpool, the “Merc with a mouth”, finds himself joined by several alternate versions of himself from different universes, and together they form the Deadpool Corps. Pictured above are Deadpool, Lady Deadpool, Championpool, Kidpool, Dogpool, and Squirrelpool.

Deadpool Corps was released in 2013 by Hasbro as a SDCC 2013 Comic-Con Exclusive, coming in a box set shaped like a taco truck. But after concluding that the taco truck box set was selling at exorbitant prices online, I decided to acquire the set piecemeal via various evilBay sources, thinking that this could possibly be a cheaper route. A couple of accessories were not obtained such as Deadpool’s swimming floats, and maybe a couple of weapons. But I suppose that’s what you get for trying not to overspend on an exclusive item.

Deadpool and his signature katana swords.

Here’s Deadpool with his alternative head, with a revealing mask so that he can eat his taco.

Lady Deadpool is a female counterpart of Deadpool from an alternate reality, whereby she leads a one-woman resistance against the fascist US government.

The Champion is a member of the alien Elders of the Universe, immortal beings who obsess over a single motivation so as to maintain their will to live, often to the point of fanaticism. The Champion is ever eager to prove himself to be the greatest warrior in the universe, in this instance joining up with the Deadpool Corps and taking on the name “Championpool”.

Kidpool hails from an alternate reality whereby he is a child version of Deadpool who attends Professor X’s school. Deadpool recruits Kidpool to join the Deadpool Corps, and Kidpool snitches two lightsabers from the Danger Room as his weapons.

In another reality, Dogpool was the result of an experiment that resulted in Dogpool gaining healing powers. I couldn’t find any info on this Squirrelpool though, it seems to be a different character from that of another Squirrelpool who’s a recombination of Deadpool’s and Squirrel Girl’s DNA.

“You’d think that the studio would be able to hire a couple more actors to fill up this empty X-mansion.”

“Quick! Hank! Close the doors before he sees us!”

Custom Marvel Universe Figure – Arnim Zola

Now this is a Marvel Universe custom figure that had been a long time coming – the diabolical scientist Arnim Zola !

Arnim Zola was a biochemist in the 1930s who became one of the first genetic engineers in history after finding and decoding a cache of ancient scientific papers written by the offshoot race of humanity known as the Deviants. Arnim Zola then allied himself with the Nazis, who see Zola’s genetic experiments as a means to create super soldiers and ensure the existence of the Master Race. Arnim Zola creates a sophisticated robot body for himself and devised a method to transfer his conscious mind into the robot body, which allowed Arnim Zola to survive the end of world War II and into the modern age. Arnim Zola continues his nefarious experiments, working with likes of Hydra, the Red Skull, Baron Zemo, Baron von Strucker, all the while creating hideous monsters that do his bidding.

Head, torso, skirt – BAF parts of Hasbro Marvel Legends Arnim Zola
Arms, hips, legs – Marvel Universe Thanos

I hinted wayback (8 years ago!) that I was planning on a custom Arnim Zola. Since then I had been searching online for various possible recipes. At one point an idea to customize an Arnim Zola from a Cobra B.A.T. was considered and ultimately discarded as I thought it looked too small. Finally I came across this recipe at Figure Realms Customs. And I felt that this particular custom seemed massive enough when compared with the other Marvel Universe scale figures.

Parts need to be procured. I already had a single-release MU Thanos of which I decided to use his arms and legs as custom fodder (not many people are aware of this, but this figure was not accurate to Thanos’ comics appearance – it’s missing a vertical gold stripe that should be on the front of his chest.) But you can also use the arms and legs of many other MU figures that used the same buck. (As a sidenote, two other more comics-accurate Thanos were later released, here and here)

The hard part was finding the required Marvel Legends BAF parts. Again not many people are aware of this, two BAF Arnim Zola torso released – one with Arnim Zola’s human-looking face on the chest, and other came with Red Skull’s face. Similarly, two BAF Arnim Zola robot heads were also released – one with yellow eye (original Arnim Zola), the other with red eye (the Red Skull’s apparently).

Apparently the Red Skull was at one time stuck in Arnim Zola’s robot body in the comics, so the Red Skull-face torso and red eye head reflects this storyline. For some reasons the ML figures with Arnim Zola-face torso, and the yellow eye robot head, were severely short-packed in their distribution, making the Red Skull versions far more common. As a result they were very hard to find on retail sale, and it also had the unfortunate effect in misleading many people into thinking that Arnim Zola has a Red Skull face on his screen!

arnim_zola_faceHere’s a scan of Arnim Zola’s face.
It is NOT a Red Skull !

After a very long search, I was able to track down a ML Madame Masque together with the Arnim Zola-face torso at a specialty toy shop. And I bought the robot head on eBay, it was the red eye version as only that was available. But I was okay with it as Arnim Zola’s robot eye had inconsistently been either yellow or red in the comics anyway.

The original hips on the BAF torso was removed and replaced with that of Thanos’. The arms and legs were painted orange, while the gloves and shoes were painted purple, with additional patterns painted on the shoes. Originally I thought it will be a simple matter of just inserting in the arms with the shoulder plugs dremeled to fit into the torso. But then I discovered that the plugs were too short to snugly fit into the BAF torso. It was only recently that I came up with a method to extend the lengths of the plugs such that the arms will not so easily drop off.


The shoulder plugs were extended by attaching them each with a wooden peg. These wooden pegs are used for holding up shelves on bookshelves. The peg is first sawed to a suitable length and sanded to fit snugly into the torso. Holes are drilled on the out-facing end of the peg such that the shoulder plug can be inserted into them. Epoxy glue is then used to fix the pegs and shoulder plugs in place such that they move as one without breaking.

And with the shoulders issue finally settled I was able to declare my custom Arnim Zola as complete.

Arnim Zola and his partners in terror – Red Skull, and Baron Zemo.

“Not the frail dwarf I was then– “

Arnim Zola sends the Nazi super soldiers to fight Captain America – Master Man and Warrior Woman !

Yeah, Zola sometimes does that with his ESP box.



Marvel Universe Collecting – Dark Avengers

Hi world! This blogpost will showcase a couple of Marvel Universe figures that I have acquired, or shall I say:

Dark Avengers assemble!

When an invasion by the alien Skrulls was narrowly averted seemingly through the efforts of Norman Osborn, the organization S.H.I.E.L.D., together with the S.H.I.E.L.D.-sponsored Avengers, were blamed for having allowed the invasion to happen. The Avengers were disbanded, and S.H.I.E.L.D. was reassigned to Norman Osborn’s command. Norman Osborn reforms the agency as H.A.M.M.E.R., and he creates a new Avengers team to advance his agenda.

IMG_5924Norman Osborn was previously the Green Goblin, arch enemy of Spider-Man. After suffering a debilitating injury while fighting Spider-Man, Norman Osborn spent years in exile, using his fortunes to build up his network and plotting to destroy Spider-Man. Now he has returned, intent on reinventing himself as a hero. Norman Osborn appropriates an older model of Iron Man’s armor painted with the USA flag colors, he becomes the Iron Patriot.

IMG_5926The Greek God of War, Ares is recruited by Norman Osborn to be a member of the Avengers.

IMG_5927Daken is the estranged son of Wolverine, and Norman Osborn recruits Daken to take on the mantle of Wolverine in his new team.

Mac Gargan was previously known as the supervillain Scorpion, but now he has been recruited into the Avengers where he portrays Spider-Man, but using the Venom symbiote!

Bullseye portrays Hawkeye in this new Avengers team, complete with wearing Hawkeye’s costume, and using the bow and arrow.

The anti-heroine Moonstone is now the new Ms. Marvel.

Another recruit for the Dark Avengers is The Sentry. The Sentry was a regular joe who suddenly remembered that he was a superhero, but the whole world seem to have forgotten about him.

And there you have it! These are the Dark Avengers figures released thus far under the 3.75 inch Marvel Universe / Marvel Infinite Series / Marvel Legends Series banners.

For everyone’s benefit , here’s a breakdown of where each figure comes from:

  1. Iron Patriot was from the Marvel Universe line (Series 2 #019). There was a variant release of Iron Patriot that comes with Norman Osborn’s head (but without the mask). As a side note, Norman Osborn’s head was later re-released as one of the disguises of the Chameleon (part of Marvel Infinite Series Wave 7). The two Norman Osborn’s heads have slightly different skin tones.
  2. Dark Ms. Marvel was from the Marvel Universe line (Series 1 #022). Actually, this figure was a running change, there were two other versions of Ms. Marvel that were also released under the same numbering, Ms. Marvel and Ms. Marvel (Classic).
  3. Dark Hawkeye was from the Marvel Universe line (Series 2 #031). The same figure was re-released as part of the Marvel Infinite Series Wave 5.
  4. The Sentry comes from the Marvel Universe Greatest Battles Wave 2 two-pack of Spider-Man & Sentry.
  5. Dark Wolverine comes from the Marvel Universe Greatest Battles Wave 1 two-pack of Dark Wolverine & Dark Spider-Man.
  6. Dark Spider-Man comes from the Marvel Universe Greatest Battles Wave 1 two-pack of Dark Wolverine & Dark Spider-Man.
  7. Ares was from the Marvel Infinite Series Wave 3.

Awesome Toy Showcase – Avengers: Infinity War

Alright! The highly anticipated Marvel Cinematic Universe movie is upon us – “Avengers: Infinity War”. I look forward to catching the movie, hopefully with my friendzone movie buddy. And I thought a showcase of MCU figures will be quite timely.

Thanos the Mad Titan seeks the Infinity Stones…

“Fine, I’ll do it myself… Puts a smile on my face…”

And the heroes assemble to fight against the big bad and his minions.

Okay, that was a bit abbreviated, but I’ll rather not go too much into spoilers. And besides, until the 3.75″ figures with the characters’ actual likeness in “Avengers: Infinity War” are released, a combination of previously released MCU figures and/or their comics counterparts will suffice for this showcase.

In fact, I’ll go into them right here –
1) Captain America – but with the Steve Roger’s head from “Captain America: The First Avenger”, and the body from “Captain America: Civil War”. And no beard.
2) Iron Man Mark 43 from “Avengers: Age of Ultron”. Methinks this is the most recent armor in the 3.75″ scale.
3) War Machine Mark 2, part of the Iron Man Assemblers toy line from “Iron Man 3”.
4) Thor, in his gladiator outfit (without cape) from “Thor: Ragnarok”. No eyepatch.
5) Black Widow from “The Avengers“. Not blonde disguise, and the suit’s different.
6) Scarlet Witch from “Avengers: Age of Ultron”.
7) Vision from “Avengers: Age of Ultron”.
8) Ant-Man from “Ant-Man”.
9) Winter Soldier from “Captain America: The Winter Soldier”, using a comics version head.
10) Black Panther from “Captain America: Civil War”.
11) Hawkeye from “The Avengers“.
12) Falcon from “Captain America: Civil War”.
13) Hulk from “Avengers: Infinity War” 6″ toy line, which is surprisingly close enough in scale with the 3.75″ figures.
14) Doctor Strange from “Doctor Strange“.
15) Spider-Man from “Spider-Man: Homecoming”. Not exactly in the new advanced suit he wears in “Infinity War”.
16) Star-Lord from “Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2”, using the head of Owen Grady from “Jurassic World”.
17) Drax, comics version.
18) Gamora, comics version.
19) Nebula, comics version.
20) Rocket Raccoon from “Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2”, made by Takara Tomy.
21) Baby Groot from “Guardians of the Galaxy”, source unknown, believed to be bootleg. Groot is actually a teenager in “Infinity War”.

So much fighting, why all the doom and gloom? How about I show some pics of the Avengers hanging out in their free time, in a Cantina far, far away…

Not your usual patrons












Awesome Toy Collection – ToyBiz Brood

Hi all, here’s my showcase of another Marvel ToyBiz figure which I feel is somewhat compatible with my Marvel Universe figures – Marvel’s Brood.

The Brood are a race of insectoid parasitic beings whose origins are unknown, and have spread across the galaxies infesting numerous worlds. The Brood are one of the most insidious aliens ever, they reproduce by implanting eggs into their host, which then grows and takes over their host’s body, changing it into another Brood and effectively killing the original host. If the host possesses any super powers, the resultant Brood will inherit them.

The Brood share a hive mind, each Brood knows what other members of the Brood knows. The Brood is governed by a supreme matriarchy, with a Brood Empress at the top of the Brood caste system. Each Brood community is lead by a Queen who fulfill the mental commands of the Empress. The Broodlings make up the Brood community, doing all the labor and most of the fighting, and they never rebel against their Queen. Although the Queens have no allegiance to each other.

The Brood have fanged jaws. Their skulls are triangular and flat, with a birthmark between their eyes. The two front legs are actually long tentacles they can use to manipulate objects. Due to their natural body armor and teeth, the Brood are very dangerous in combat. In addition, they have stingers that deliver paralyzing or killing poison.

The Brood are among one of the X-Men’s most formidable enemies.



A couple of comparison shots:



Awesome Toy Collection – ToyBiz Mojo

Hi world! It’s been a short but busy month of February, and for this month I showcase another Toybiz figure that I have collected as I think he is somewhat compatible with my other 4″ Marvel figures – Marvel’s Mojo.

Mojo is an alien slave owner who rules the ‘Mojoverse’, a dimension where all beings are addicted to Mojo’s television programs. Mojo is a frequent enemy of the X-Men, and had on numerous occasions clashed with them. Mojo has often expressed a desire to enslave Earth and the X-Men, and his various encounters with them had often shot his ratings through the roof.


Mojo’s likeness in the Marvel cartoons remains generally faithful to his comic book appearance, which is a sick yellow colour grotesque blob of mass supported on an exoskeleton, complete with wires that keep his eyes wide open. The character of Mojo is written as an absurdist parody of TV network executives.

Mojo’s exoskeleton has an artificial appendage which operates as an arm or slicer, and it shoots laser. For the figure, there is a button on the back which when pressed brings down the appendage in a slicing motion.

Oh, and you want to see the slicing motion.

The “wild whiping tail action” brings the stinger down to just in front of Mojo’s face.

Mojo in his ToyBiz packaging, he seems to have been released in two different styles.
Photos from a Google search.

Mojo is confronted by Longshot, a former slave who has rebelled against him.

Mojo ordered the creation of child clones of the X-Men called the X-Babies so that he can control them in an effort to improve his ratings. The X-Babies themselves eventually rebelled against him anyway. Here, Cykes is about to give Mojo a blast.

A couple of comparison shots:




“That’s a wrap!”



Awesome Toy Collection – ToyBiz Gorgon

Hello world! Welcome to my first post for 2018! For today’s awesome toy showcase I present : Marvel’s Gorgon, made by ToyBiz.

Gorgon is a member of the Inhumans, a race of beings which possess incredible superhuman powers. After going through the process of terrigenesis, Gorgon was endowed with massively-muscled legs and hoof-like feet. By simply stomping his hoof on the ground, Gorgon could generate powerful shockwaves that will literally knock his enemies over.

During the 1990’s, the toy company ToyBiz produced 5″ scale figures of Marvel Comics characters in conjunction with the many Marvel animated series that were released during that time such as “Spider-man”, “X-Men”, “Fantastic Four”, and others. In most cases the onscreen appearances of the characters were generally faithful to their comic versions. With some imagination certain ToyBiz figures could fit well in with the 4″ scale Marvel figures produced by Hasbro in recent years. And that’s what I thought when I picked up a loose Gorgon figure at the local toy flea market.

The Inhuman Royal Family. Gorgon’s just a big fella.

More information on the Inhumans figures can be found at this previous post of mine:
Marvel Universe Collecting – The Inhumans.

At the back of the Gorgon figure is a lever when pressed will activate Gorgon’s hoof stompin’ action!

This is the second animated GIF that I have created. The first one is here.

Gorgon appeared on the “Fantastic Four” animated series. He originally came with two assault rifles that sadly have been misplaced by the previous owner.

toybiz_gorgonA picture of Gorgon in his Toybiz packaging.
Photo from a Google search.

A couple more comparison shots:



Gorgon was most recently seen onscreen in the TV series “Marvel’s Inhumans”, fighting alongside Black Bolt and the Inhuman Royal Family.

Just one more:

Third time’s the pooch!

Awesome Toy Collection – Year End Showhand 2017

Hi world! 2017 has drawn to a close, and I’m back with my Year End Showhand, showcasing items from my awesome toy collection that I had acquired over the course of the year or even earlier.

First I’m showcasing a couple of Funko 3.75″ figures. Funko is a toy company nowadays more famous for producing their Pop! Vinyl series of super-deformed figures. But Funko also produces 3.75″ figures of characters from movies and TV series. As these figures are of considerably lesser articulation and have a somewhat more retro design,  Funko is able to make these figures under a cheaper license. As a result these figures can get to be made, rather than get ignored by some of the more established toy companies who are less inclined to invest too much capital on characters that they consider less popular and will not sell well, especially for the 3.75″ scale.

Funko “Suicide Squad” 3.75″ figures.
Bottom row: Joker, Harley Quinn, Joker (shirtless), Harley (inmate), Enchantress, Katana
Top row:  Deadshot, Killer Croc, Batman (Underwater), Batman (chase variant)
There’s no word on whether the rest of the Suicide Squad are going to be made, such as Rick Flag, Captain Boomerang, El Diablo, or even Slipknot.

Funko “Batman Classic TV Series” figures
From top: Batgirl, Catwoman, Bookworm, Mr. Freeze, King Tut, and Batmobile with Batman & Robin.
Comments from Funko suggests that future waves are in the works.

“The Rocketeer”, and “The Mummy”
Funko was releasing these retro-design under the label “ReAction Figures”, but they seemed to have dropped the name recently.

“Green Lantern Movie” 3.75″ figures
After acquiring the individual GL figures that I occasionally come across, I’ve decided to just simply complete whoever that I was still lacking by buying them online. Methinks that all the alien GL figs are here, including Salaak who was released only as part of the “Leaders of the Corps” 4-pack. Bet you didn’t know that they’ve also made a figure for Test Pilot Martin Jordan, Hal’s dad. Martin comes with a cool parachute which he didn’t really use in the movie (although Hal did use one). One thing that I did decide against doing was to get all the different costume variations of Hal Jordan (there are many, most of which are not screen accurate). That would have been pushing it.

More “Green Lantern” links on my blog:
Awesome Toy Collection – Guardians of the Universe
Green Lantern – The Photonovel

And now a couple of snaps of my McFarlane’s Monsters Playsets. Bought them a long time ago but haven’t actually showcased them yet.

“The Mummy” playset

“Dracula” playset

“Werewolf” playset

“The Sea Creature” playset

“The Phantom of the Opera” playset

“Dr. Frankenstein” playset from Series 2

“Frankenstein” playset from Series 1

And the two Frankenstein playsets can be combined into one!

And “The Hunchback” playset, which remains unopened.

And there you have it. Here’s hoping for a better 2018, for all of us.

Awesome Toy Collection – Guardians of the Universe

Hmm… There seems to be a standing order for me to acquire the “Green Lantern” movie 3.75″ figures that I’m interested in but still lack. It took a while, but I’ve finally acquired all the Guardians – Guardians of the Universe, that is.

Green Lantern Guardians. From left: Scar, Ranakar, Ganthet, Sayd, Herupa, Baris, and Krona

Apart from Krona who was released as a single-pack, the other six Guardians were released as Walmart Exclusive 2-packs, with each Guardian accompanied by a Green Lantern figure together with a power source accessory.

GreenLantern-024Green Lantern Hal Jordan & Baris 2-pack – Photo courtesy of

The Walmart Exclusive Green Lantern Guardians of the Universe 2-packs are as follow:

1) Hal Jordan & Baris
2) Sinestro & Sayd
3) Kilowog & Ranakar
4) Abin Sur & Ganthet
5) Green Man & Scar
6) Tomar-Re & Herupa

Sets 4, 5, 6 seem to be rather obscure, I can’t find any images of them online, but there’s a good write-up about them over here.

Rather than double-dipping and getting yet another Green Lantern figure that I already had, I have acquired the Guardians as loose figures from a seller on ChinaBay, and also from a seller on the local Carousel marketplace mobile app, who probably got them from eBay in the first place.

As adapted from the DC Comics, in the “Green Lantern” movie, the Guardians are short, blue-skinned white-haired humanoids who reside on the planet Oa, said to be located at “the center of the Universe”. The Guardians are apparently immortal, and they have established the Green Lantern corp to combat evil and create an orderly universe.

The Guardian Citadel

Nine Guardians appear in the movie, seated on their thrones at the Guardian Citadel on Oa. A tenth throne appears vacant and destroyed, implied to belong to the fallen Guardian Krona, who had been corrupted by the power of fear and had became the evil entity Parallax.

The Guardians in “Green Lantern”, image scanned from the behind-the-scenes book “Constructing Green Lantern: From Page to Screen”. Compared with the list of Guardian figures, we don’t see Ranakar here. It seems Ranakar is based on the Guardian character from the comics. Raug Niad and Nguanzo are new to the film, the name Raug Niad an anagram of the word Guardian, and Nguanzo is named after Ozzy Inguanzo, the film’s researcher and asset manager, also the author of the above-mentioned book.

Interesting note: The original comic book Guardians were modeled after the first Prime Minister of Israel David Ben-Gurion.

The Guardians confront Krona for his crimes.

This is what I think of the stability of the Guardian figures when they stand on their robes.

Just one more:

A “Justice League” post-credit scene that you won’t be seeing –

“The man dresses up like a rodent !”