If This Be Forgotten Heroes 2021…

Many moons ago, I collected Marvel action figures from the Marvel Legends range, which was initially released in 2002. One of the first releases was the Hulk.

Over the intervening years, these figures were stored away and a couple of years back, whilst having a clear out, I discovered this box of figures. Some I sold, some I kept, but the Hulk figure had suffered some damage – his head had fallen off.

Not being one to toss away useful ‘bits’, I decided to keep the head, with some vague idea of using it at some point for something else.

That day has come…

So, which character has a massively over-sized head in relation to the rest of his body? Could it be the Mental Organism Designed Only for Killing?

That’s right, boys and girls, I will be attempting to craft my very own version of MODOK, utilising my Hulk head, spare arms and legs from some plastic multi-part figures and various other bits.

How successful I’ll be will only be judged by the end of the annual madness we call…

Forgotten Heroes!

Joining me this year are;

Dave from Wargamessculptors Blog, Simon from Fantorical, Roger from Rantings from Under the Wargaming Table, Keith from Dead Dick’s Tavern & Temporary Lodging, Alan from Golden Age Heroes, Harry from War Across the Ages, Matt from PM Painting and Tom from The Good Ground.

To quote Pinhead, “We have such sights to show you!”

7 thoughts on “If This Be Forgotten Heroes 2021…

    • Don’t make MODOK angry! You wouldn’t like MODOK when he’s angry!

      If it works, it will be pretty cool. The hardest part is finding a plastic tube of the right diameter to act as his “Doomsday Chair”


    • Should be an interesting challenge, Dave. I do have a tendency not to make things easy for myself, so we’ll see how this pans out. I do consider FH as an opportunity to push my creativity.


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