Gamora (MCU) Portrait

The last known member of the Zehoberei, the assassin Gamora was able to survive the extinction of her people after she was adopted by their killer, the warlord Thanos. Augmented with extensive cybernetic enhancements and trained in all the best martial arts and assassination skills, Gamora was forged into one of the most dangerous people in the galaxy, in order to carry out Thanos' will across the Galaxy.

When Ronan the Accuser agreed to operate with Thanos to retrieve one of the Infinity Stones, Gamora saw the mission as an opportunity and agreed to help him, only to turn her back on Ronan with the intentions of taking the Stone to Knowhere where she could sell it for enough credits to buy her way to freedom. Along the way, she met Peter Quill and found herself wrapped up in his schemes to profit from the Stone, and eventually became a member of the Guardians of the Galaxy alongside Quill, Drax the Destroyer, Rocket Raccoon and Groot to save the Nova Corps' planet of Xandar from Ronan's wrath.

6" ScaleEdit

Marvel Legends Infinite Series- Gamora (2014)Edit

Gamora (MCU) MLIS

Gamora's Marvel Legends figure is based on the costume worn throughout the majority of the Guardians of the Galaxy film, a black and purple bodysuit. Gamora is built on a completely new sculpted body, but it limits a great deal of her articulation, and makes her extremely unstable without a base of some kind, and her sculpted plastic hair restricts the movement of her head. Her only accessory is her retractable sword, molded in its deployed form, and can be sheathed on her hip belt. Gamora also includes a Build-A-Figure piece for Groot, the left leg.

2" ScaleEdit

Guardians of the Galaxy- Star-Lord and Gamora (2014)Edit

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Instead of the traditional Marvel Universe scaled tie-in line for the Movie, Hasbro released a new approximately 2 to 2.5" scaled series of figures, done to both reduced the cost of plastic and to make it easier to create vehicles. The individual figures were released in themed two-packs. Part of the first wave of two-packs featured Gamora alongside his fellow Guardian, Gamora. The set included one of Star-Lord's Quad Blasters in a translucent, unpainted mold, and a set of other assorted unpainted orange translucent weapons, as well as an oversized rocket launcher with firing rocket action feature.

Mini-Mates- Gamora & Nova Corps Centurion (2014)Edit

Gamora (MCU) MiniMate

Part of the Guardians of the Galaxy movie series of Mini-Mates, the 57th series of Diamond Select's 2 inch collectible figures. Gamora is built on the standard Mini-Mate body, repainted to resemble her costume worn throughout the Guardians of the Galaxy film. Her only accessory is her retractable sword in its deployed form. The other figure in the set with Gamora is a generic army-builder Nova Corps Centurion, who includes a raised piece of armor and helmet on top of the standard Mini-Mate body, and includes both a full face under the removable helmet, and a gun accessory.