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Five-fingered hands, two-toed feet, pointed ears, ridges on top of head looks like leather halter with buttons or studs, matching wristbands; unsure about the colors. Skin might be green, possibly gray. Harness is possibly orange or red. Studs are possibly yellow or gold. Skin looks warty.

Five-fingered hands, two-toed feet, pointed ears, ridges on top of head looks like leather halter with buttons or studs, matching wristbands; unsure about the colors. Skin might be green, possibly gray.  Halter is possibly orange or red.  Studs are possibly yellow or gold.  Skin looks warty.  See attached pic.  Again, Thanks!

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    any additional context of the source of this image? Game piece, year, etc...? – NKCampbell Mar 1 at 3:26
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    Unless someone says otherwise I'd just assume it's some really crappy early Green Goblin merchandise ~ given the fur "bracelets" around it's calves there's a chance the original artist meant those to be split toed boots (rather than feet) & they just got colored in wrong by the later merchandisers. – Pelinore Mar 1 at 3:34
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    My guess would put the gentleman as a breed of troll working against Asgard and Thor. – Blaze Mar 1 at 4:00
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    In some ways this strongly makes me think of my first wife – DannyMcG Mar 1 at 13:22
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    @SS "Yoda smash!" – Jenayah Mar 1 at 15:39
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Five fingers, two toes, studded vest - it's a rock troll.

See Ulik as an example:

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Now Rock trolls are typically orange skinned, but they have been depicted as green on some occasions (like the image shown above).

The troll in the picture looks very similar to the rock troll king Geirrodur, although he normally wears the more regal type robes as shown below.

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So I think the image is just generic rock troll.

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I think this is Abomination.

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Details are on the Monster Wiki

  • I debated posting this, but I can't find any examples of him wearing a similar outfit and the head-shape is different in pretty much every version I've seen from the 1960s and 70s. – Valorum Mar 1 at 14:32

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