Hela, Goddess of Death (Hela, Marvel Prime)

The norse Goddess of Death and “daughter” of Loki just wants one thing.To bring noble souls into her realm of Hell. To her, Thor is one of the finest souls she has ever encountered. Introduced in Journey into Mystery #102 (1964) by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby, Hela has never really been one to take action against Thor or the other heroes. She prefers to stay neutral expect when they are fighting in her domain. She is extremely protective of her realm of hell, which she uses to torture souls.

Hela is one of many characters that has a same basic design which have been done differently over the years. Most of the time she is seen in a full body outfit mostly consisting of lighter green and darker green nearly black color. Other time she is design in a more sexier design but that usually changes back to the regular design soon after.


Fearless Defenders?


Recommend Figure: Hasbro SDCC Exclsuive Marvel Legends Book of the Vashanti Box Set Hela

  • Background:
    • This is the basic design that Hela has sported over the years.
  •  Why you need it for your collection?:
    • Hela is one of Thor major villains over the years, always trying to get his soul. As such if you are a Thor fan then this is one you need. But it is a SDCC exclusive so it will be expensive
  • Does it need a remake?:
    • No. but for general release yes.


Below is a gallery of costumes that still need to be made. Click on the image to see chances of it being made. Please note that this is my personal opinion and not fact.

Alternate Universe:

Hela (Hela, Marvel Cinematic Universe)


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