This One Figure We’ve Been Waiting To Review! Its Identity Will Shock You! (HASBRO DOESN’T WANT YOU TO KNOW!!!!!)

(The following is the contents of the April 1, 2017 prank post.  It’s clickbait, but I’ve removed the actual clicking factor, since I’m not a total tool)

The way this figure turned out will amaze you!

Toymakers Hasbro have had the Marvel Comics license since 2007.  What that means is they’ve made a lot of Marvel action figures in that time.  There are a lot of characters in the Marvel Universe and Hasbro have put many of them into a plastic-y form.  At this toy review site, we review a lot of action figures, many of them made by Hasbro.  But does today’s figure live up to everything else Hasbro has released?  The answer will blow your mind!

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Black Knight is a Marvel Comics character.  He was created in the 1960s by some of Marvel’s top creators.  The character was one of the Avengers (the team seen in the 2012 Avengers movie).  Dwayne Whitman has never been a big name Marvel character, but could he possibly have a greater future in the mainstream media?

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Hasbro might think so, if this figure from the third series of the 2007 Marvel Legends is any indication.  It’s a figure that’s 6 inches tall and has

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25 points of articulation.  The figure is based on the Black Knight’s early 1990s design.  This isn’t a standard look for the character, and for his first time as a Marvel Legend seemed out of place.  But maybe Hasbro is privy to something about the character that the rest of us aren’t?

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Could the choice of a more armored design hint at something bigger for the character?

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Probably not.

What’s this?  Clickbait on the Figure in Question? Not on my watch!  Want to read the real, non-clickbait-y review?  Go here.

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