This is a little gallery of Chinese superhero knockoffs. Like Spader-Man here. Why the manufacturers don't just go the extra mile and use the copywritten names is beyond me, but I suspect it has something to do with honor and morals. Wait, did I say honor and morals? Because I meant bad translation.
Hit it for five more worthwhile characters including Robert-Cop 3, Star Knight (WIN) and Specialman.
Chinese Superhero Knock Off Fails [forkparty]
Thanks to Rafi, who used to have an Incredible Bulk action figure growing up.
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