McFarlane Toys have added one more to the Flash Page Punchers wave – a MegaFig class Gorilla Grodd! The armor is a pretty solid yellow color unique in sculpt to the original pack-in comic it comes with, but the underlying body is pretty sharp. Retail is $39.99 and has a ship date of October 1st 2022. Read on for pics and details, hit our sponsors below to snag your copy!
The Flash Gorilla Grodd Page Punchers Megafig Action Figure with The Flash Comic Book:
Based on his look in the included The Flash comic book, The Flash Gorilla Grodd Page Punchers Megafig Action Figure features ultra articulation with up to 22 moving parts for full range of posing and play. The large and imposing Gorilla Grodd Megafig is in scale with the 7-inch figures in the DC Multiverse line (sold separately). Gorilla Grodd comes with a display base and a collectable card with artwork on the front and a character biography on the back.
A hyper-intelligent telepathic ape, Gorilla Grodd has sought to rule both the simian and human worlds, though the Flash has frequently thwarted his plans. Although many of the Flash’s most dangerous Rogues are criminals with gimmicks or evil speedsters, there is one enemy of the Fastest Man Alive who stands apart – the hyper intelligent ape known as Gorilla Grodd. The product of a chance encounter with an alien race, Grodd and his people evolved past the common gorillas who lived in his portion of the African jungle and developed super intelligence, along with a wide array of other mental powers. But while the rest of his people chose to live apart from the world peacefully, Grodd only sought to conquer humanity so he could rule it.
First coming into conflict with the Barry Allen version of the Flash, Grodd was a thorn in not only his side for many years, but also his successor Wally West’s. Grodd also plagued the Justice League by joining forces with the likes of the Secret Society of Super-Villains, the Legion of Doom and other organizations of super criminals bent on world domination. With his genius-level intellect combined with his innate animal savagery, Gorilla Grodd is, ironically, not an enemy to ever monkey around with.