A photo posted by the account ‘Strange Knock-Off Designs’ shows an action figure by the name of the ‘Incredible Fella’ from the ‘Revengers - Endless Tussle’.
Yes, that’s right, someone didn’t thoroughly read through copyright law.
The what. pic.twitter.com/wcF19NiGXR— Strange Knock-Off Designs (@offbranddesigns) November 15, 2022
Jesus, what's next for the 'Revengers' - Magnesium Man and the Black Spinster?
Many were quick to point out how eerily similar the action figurine looked to the beloved Avenger as the jokes kept rolling in.
One person wrote: “When you tell your fresh parents you want a Hulk toy, this is the ish they come back with.”
Another said: “My favourite Morvel Hero.”
A third person wrote: “Knock-offs that deserve a cult following.”
While another commented: “@MarkRuffalo they're coming for your brand lmao.”
When you tell your fresh parents you want a hulk toy, this is the ish they come back with https://t.co/phgiktJ5k7— Jason Bourne (@AbuMusab__) November 16, 2022
Knock-offs that deserve a cult following https://t.co/faPz4iTnbh— Cönniptions (@UglyFreight) November 15, 2022
I sincerely hope the Incredible Fella doesn’t make his debut in the MCU anytime soon. Better luck appearing in a Hallmark movie starring Lori Loughlin; thank you very much!
However, for those not a fan of Incredible Fella, you might be interested to know that the green monster could be making a comeback to the big screen in the near future.
Rumours began swirling that Marvel Studios is trying to develop a solo Hulk movie as Universal’s Security and Exchange Commission filing from 2008, which allows them to hold Hulk film rights, will expire next year.
While Ruffalo played Bruce Banner/Hulk in the She-Hulk TV series, it’s technically allowed under Marvel's deal with Universal as it's not a standalone Hulk project.
However, once that deal ends, She-Hulk: Attorney at Law director Kat Coiro has even thrown her hat in the ring to direct the solo feature.
But she would only do it if Ruffalo returned as ‘bringing that to the big screen would be a no-brainer’.
She told ComicBook.com: “100 per cent. I mean, I said this in the beginning, and I still stand by this.
She continued: “One of my favourite things about the whole series is the chemistry between Tatiana and Mark, and their kind of sibling, big brother/little sister dynamic. And I think bringing that to the big screen would be a no-brainer.”
But in the meantime, people, you can stream She-Hulk: Attorney at Law on Disney+ now.