Eat nuts and kick butts with Squirrel Girl and Gwenpool. They’re coming in a two-character pack for Atomic Mass Games‘ Marvel: Crisis Protocol.
Along with the two miniatures you get 2 character stat cards, 3 team tactic cards, and 1 token sheet.
Doreen Green, aka Squirrel Girl, debuted in Marvel Super-Heroes Vol. 2 #8 in 1991. She was created by Will Murray and Steve Ditko and has been a member of the Great Lakes Avengers, Avengers Idea Mechanics, and U.S. Avengers. She has superhuman agility and strength, a prehensile tail, razor-sharp claws, knuckle spikes, and can talk to squirrels. She’s defeated Doctor Doom, Thanos, and more.
Gwenpool debuted in Deadpool’s Secret Secret Wars #2 in 2015. She was created by Christopher Hastings, Heather Antos, and Jordan D. White with a design by Chris Bachalo. She arrived in the comic world from the “real world” and is a comic fan. She has the ability to manipulate the fourth wall. She had no real powers at first, just a vast knowledge of Marvel comics, and then trained in weapons and hand-to-hand combat. Fully aware she’s in a comic, she can step out of and into comic panels, dump characters into “gutter space” aka between panels, and interact with word bubbles.
What’s old is new again? After a new Hulk was revealed, Atomic Mass Games has followed up with a new M.O.D.O.K. coming to Marvel: Crisis Protocol.
Players hover to new heights of petty crime with the M.O.D.O.K., Scientist Supreme Character Pack. This unique version of the character is both sinister and wild, giving players unforeseen methods to engage and disrupt their opponent.
M.O.D.O.K. was created by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby and debuted with a cameo in Tales of Suspense #93 in 1967.
The box features the new miniature, 1 stat card, 2 Team Tactic Cards, and 1 Token Sheet. It’s expected to be released in April 2023.
The Hulk is getting a second figure for Marvel: Crisis Protocol in the form of the Immortal Hulk. Revealed by Atomic Mass Games this incarnation of the Hulk is based on the recent Marvel comic run, The Immortal Hulk, that ran from 2018 to 2021 and was written by Al Ewing and featured art by Joe Bennett.
The story saw the resurrection of the Hulk after Bruce Banner’s death during Civil War II the series focused on Banner’s pain, life, and death. The character is both intelligent and possibly the strongest Hulk persona with regeneration.
How this version will differ should be interesting but expect a hulked out powerhouse.
Retailing for $39.99, the set features the new Immortal Hulk miniature with base, Stat Card, 2 Team Tactic Cards, and 1 Token Sheet.
Atomic Mass Games has revealed a new release that’s been a fan want, Psylocke and Emma Frost! The box set features two powerful telepaths and Emma Frost features a version in her organic diamond form!
The set features three miniatures with three stat cards. It also features six Team Tactics cards, including one that gives Emma Frost a leadership ability for the new Hellfire Club Affiliation!
Psylocke has a rather complicated history but was created by Chris Claremont and Herb Trimpe. The character as Betsy Braddock debuted in Captain Britain #8 in 1976 and as Psylocke in New Mutants Annual #2 in 1986.
Emma Frost debuted in The Uncanny X-Men #129 in 1980 and was created by Chris Claremont and John Byrne.
Atomic Mass Games has been teasing some of what we can expect for Marvel: Crisis Protocol in 2023. The latest two reveals will add some muscle to the Asgardians (and others). Beta Ray Bill and Ulik will be coming to the tabletop.
Beta Ray Bill debuted in The Mighty Thor #337 in 1983 and was created by Walt Simonson. The character has allied with the Asgardians but has also been a member of the Guardians of the Galaxy, another affiliation in the game. It’s unknown who Beta Ray Bill will be able to join but Asgard is at least one of them.
Ulik was created by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby. Debuting in Thor #137 in 1967, the character has superhuman strength, stamina, and is good in close combat. A villain, the character will likely be in the Asgard affiliation and maybe Cabal. But, with Malekith, Loki, Enchatress, and Skurge, maybe we’ll see a new faction of “Asgardian” villains.
Atomic Mass Games posted a teaser image of two upcoming releases for Marvel: Crisis Protocol. For comic fans, it might be an easy one to figure out.
On the right, based on the webbing under the arm and hair, is likely Jessica Drew aka Spider-Woman.
On the left, is Flash Thompson aka Agent Venom with the tendrils holding guns. It’s also possible this is the Anti-Venom version too.
The pack is a combo that makes sense as both should be a part of the “Web Warrior” affiliation. Agent Venom has also been a member of Guardians of the Galaxy and Spider-Woman has been an Agent of SHIELD. There’s a lot of potential with this one!
We knew Rhino was coming to Atomic Mass Games‘ Marvel: Crisis Protocol but we now have a good look at the anticipated character.
Spider-Man’s foes get some support with the wanted needed powerhouse. Sinister Six anyone?
Rhino debuted in The Amazing Spider-Man #41 in 1966 and was created by Stan Lee and John Romita Jr. The character has not only been a villain and Spider-Man foe, but also a member of S.H.I.E.L.D., Secret Defenders, and the Thunderbolts. We’ll see exactly where this character winds up in the future.
Atomic Mass Games‘ latest “Ministravaganza” was full of reveals and surprises for Marvel: Crisis Protocol. The show opened by going over the new affiliation boxes that are hitting shelves that bring together four miniatures in a box:
Asgardians – Thor, Valkyrie, Loki, Hela
Black Order – Black Dwarf, Ebony Maw, Corvus Glaive, and Proxima Midnight
Uncanny X-Men – Beast, Cyclops, Storm, Wolverine
Brotherhood of Evil Mutants – Magneto, Sabretooth, Toad, Mystique
It’s a great way to quickly pick up a faction to play with.
The show also went over upcoming releases like Malekith, Baron Strucker, the new Red Skull, and Armin Zola. As well as the new Captain America. The Zola looks even more impressive with great use of the see-through chest.
But, it was the reveals that were exciting.
Hydra scenery was shown including a tank with the Red Skull riding inside. There’s more coming for this including lasers instead of a missile pod. The missile pod can also go on the tank. The other piece of scenery is a power generator. It can all be used as an Ultimate Encounter as well! The scenario is the Red Skull riding around a tank to take over the city and he has to be stopped! This comes in the fall.
The long-awaited Sentinels were revealed as well. The trio has the Sentinel Prime in front and Sentinel MK IV on either side. The Prime is bigger than Dormammu. The addition has been worked on since the X-Men were announced. They are a playable roster with their own affiliation and Cassandra Nova will be a part of it. The figures are highly posable with ball swivels, all sorts of hands, and damaged parts, this set sounds amazing.
Taking them on, how about some new members of the Brotherhood of Evil Mutants? Pyro and the Blob, two of the classic members will be joining the game.
Also revealed was a new “Rivals” set featuring an all-new Wolverine and all-new Sabretooth battling it out.