Monday, January 9, 2017

Marvel Collectors Corps Dorbz - SHE-HULK!

Marvel Comics Dorbz #178 - She-Hulk - Marvel Collector's Corps Exc - Funko 2016

She-Hulk is one of my favorite marvel Super-Heroes. She's the first character I ever heard of who completely embraced her powers and rejected the idea of a secret identity. The fact that she always juggled being a superhero while having a career as a lawyer was also very impressive. Her solo books haven't always been my favorite titles, but I always loved her presence in the team books like Avengers, Fantastic Four, and most recently A-Force. She's always received a decent amount of merchandise since her first Toy Biz figure back in 1996. I count this MCC-Exclusive Dorbz as her 16th collectible item (excluding Heroclix, statues, and random PVCs). She is definitely due for an updated Marvel Legends figure, but luckily Funko has taken an interest in her in the meantime. In the past year we've gotten a POP Vinyl (both regular and GITD), a Mystery Mini, this Dorbz, and an Upcoming Rock Candy (again both regular and GITD). It's an exciting time for our favorite emerald beauty. Let's check her out below!

Time fro some Group and Comparison Pics!

Here she is with her other two Funko products, POP and Mystery Mini.



  1. Dorbz. Those things look cute.

    Oh and She-Hulk does have a new ongoing entitled just Hulk (she's taking that title now rather than a adjective). Heard great things about it and has a woman working on it and from what I've been hearing, it's really good. Not sure if you'll like the darker direction but it's apparently handling the subject matter well (helps that I resonate as someone with anger problems). But I think you may like it.

    1. I actually haven't been to my comic shop since early Dec so I haven't picked up that issue yet. I actually prefer darker directions for female-centric books. The light-hearted qualities of the recent She-Hulk series as well as Squirrel Girl, Spider-Woman, Spider-Gwen, Silk, Batgirl, etc just seems like a cop-out. Like girl heroes can't be gritty and drawn in a classic style. I think the best female-centric superhero books I've read was Batwoman and Catowman, and they were both super dark. I need to pick up the new Hawkeye, Gamora, and Wasp titles to see how they hold up.

    2. Oh you do? Well, Mariko Tamaki delivered exactly what you want then. To be fair with the other books, even light hearted, they can be good but it's also good to have variety and from what I've been looking at, Mariko Tamaki's She-Hulk book is very good with its darker tone and I think you can get into it very easily.