Spec Watch: Ayesha Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2

Here is an interesting exchange that happened on Twitter that has spec movement. Funko revealed  the look of the big bad from Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 by revealing the blind bag mini Dorbz type figures. James Gunn revealed that the mystery toy is Ayesha (aka Her)

While the news Her would be in the movie is not new, this is the first look Ayesha as she appears in the film. She is played by Elizabeth Debicki.

Ayesha first appears in Marvel Two in One #61.
Her first appears in Fantastic Four Vol. 3 #11


I originally saw these on a Facebook group I am a part of, but now Newsaram.com revealed it, it might gain more traction in movement.

1/11/17 11:16 am


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4 Responses to Spec Watch: Ayesha Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2

  1. Shines says:

    Ayesha has one convoluted history, full of name (& sex) changes! I guess Paragon in Hulk Annual 6 is just ignored now and MTIO 61 is the official 1st appearance?

    The Dorbz figure doesn’t look happy either. Probably Star-Lord’s fault.

    Here’s the Marvel Wiki info on Her:

    First Appearance: (As Paragon) Incredible Hulk Annual #6 (1977); (as Her) Marvel Two-in-One #61 (1980); (as J’Ridia Starduster) Marvel Comics Presents #35 (1989); (as Kismet) Quasar #40 (1992); (as Ayesha) Fantastic Four #11 (1998)
    Origin: Incredible Hulk Annual #6 (1977)
    Significant Issues: Became Her, sought Adam Warlock (Marvel Two-in-One #61-63, 1980); aided U’sr’prians, named J’Ridia (Marvel Comics Presents #35, 1989); alongside Alpha Flight & Avengers, vs Consortium & Galactus (Alpha Flight #97-101, 1991); rebuffed by Warlock (Quasar #26, 1991); sought perfect mate (Quasar #28-29, 1991); adopted name Kismet (Quasar #40, 1992); vs Star Brand-empowered Kayla Ballantine (Quasar #49, 1993); vs Paragon (Quasar #57, 1994); saw Enclave empowered (Cosmic Powers Unlimited #2, 1995); as Ayesha, vs Fantastic Four (Fantastic Four #11-12, 1998)

  2. TopherS says:

    I’m going with the book where she is Ayesha, first appears as Ayesha and is on the cover.

  3. Shines says:

    I’m going with Marvel 2in1 as the first. Hulk Annual 6 is 1st Paragon, essentially a completely different character. Kind of a Wonder Man + Original Human Torch = Vision situation.
    In any case, my feeling on this is that the character’s spec potential is going to fall in the same range as Nebula did in the first movie.

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