Even if you have Hasbro’s first ML Doom, you may want to hunt down this figure too. The sculpt may be the same, but the paint is entirely different. Even though I like the first Doom, he suffered from a lack of detail in the paint area because most of his body was molded the color it needed to be. Series three Doom has great looking silver armor, and his tunic has been given a bit of air brushing. These extra apps really add a nice amount of depth to the sculpt, and give the figure a more realistic and less plastic look.
Like most Marvel Legends, Doom has some great articulation. His head, shoulders, elbows, hips, knees, and ankles are all swivel hinge joints. His upper chest seems to be on a ball joint, while his wrists and waist are swivels. Another nice thing about this figure is that the armor plates over his elbows and knees are also articulated so that they don’t limit his posing potential.
Aside from his stand, Doom only comes with one accessory, his gun. This piece fits nicely in its holster or in his hand with the trigger finger.
I wasn’t originally going to buy this figure because he was just a remold. But after I saw how extensive his paint job was, I knew I was going to be picking him up. He’s the same fun figure from the last ML incarnation, but now with a more realistic look.