When it comes to action figures, there are a few things I want done really well – excellent points of articulation, great sculpt with lots of detail, and something something scaled to size to fit with the other action figures in the line.  When it comes to Art Asylum’s Juggernaut figure for the Marvel Select line, I think all my expectations are going to be fulfilled.

Hold on.  Why do they always say that about the Juggernaut?  I mean, am I wrong or do they not find a way to stop him EVERY TIME?  Seems to me he gets stopped on a regular basis.  Oh well, who cares as long as he romps and stomps right up until the stoppage?  Whether he’s on the side of evil or good, everyone loves to see Cain Marko destroy anything in his path.  Our good friends at Gentle Giant have been itching to see Juggy added to the Marvel Select line, especially if they got to do the sculpting, so here you go.  Colors are brought to you by Eddie Wires…

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  1. June 23, 2010 at 12:30 am — Reply

    He’s so angry it shows right through his metal mask!

  2. Matthew
    June 23, 2010 at 5:46 pm — Reply

    The Juggernaut smashes his way into your action figure heart, BITCH!


  3. The Allience
    August 1, 2011 at 1:23 am — Reply

    He’s too big. just Like Thanos was too big. I blame Liefeld. He started this whole mess.
    Making the HULK look too Big, Warpath, the list goes on and on.

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