Skip to main content Adventure Time Ice King. Adventure Time 5" Ice King with Accessories. Only 1 left in stock - order soon. Great looking, it has limited ammount of joints, but that is understandable due to the nature of the character. He comes with Ricardio, who fits in his chest under his beard. It is a really great looking and solid figure. Add to cart. Ice King is a wonderful addition to any collector's menagerie of POPs. It's great that even the lesser known characters were included, especially Cake, Fiona, and Lemongrab.
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A Viking temple. A Viking ship. Both preserved in the clinging, black mud of the North Yorkshire estuary. Press and TV watch over the archaeologists' shoulders as past and present merge. And while huge, death-cold creatures stalk and destroy through the blizzards of an eerily early winter, modern computer science and the dark night-knowledge of the old Norse gods disinter a terrible truth about a past that is sleeping, not dead. Michael Scott Rohan - Michael Scott Rohan, born in Edinburgh in , writes both fantasy and science fiction. His first novel, Run to the Stars , was published in and he collaborated with Allan J Scott on The Hammer and the Cross , a non-fiction account of how Christianity arrived in Viking lands.
Adventure Time was never at a loss for memorable characters. Episodes focused on everyone from the too-cool Marceline the Vampire Queen and the scientifically gifted, ethically confused Princess Bubblegum, to largely one-off goof characters, like aspiring mystery writer Root Beer Guy and unlucky criminal Princess Cookies. As a recurring villain, Ice King could be menacing when he tried, but there was never any doubt that Finn and Jake would take him down. In those early episodes, Finn and Jake were trying their hardest to be adventurers, righting wrongs and saving princesses. He was sad. The reason? Because Ice King is miserable and Finn and Jake always seem to be so effortlessly happy.
A supposedly evil wizard capable of creating and manipulating ice and snow, he is the self-proclaimed king of the Ice Kingdom, a land of ice he claimed as his own where he lives in the company of many penguins. Although technically an antagonist , he sometimes helps the main characters and is the protagonist of several episodes focusing on his struggles or backstory. The character is voiced by Tom Kenny. Originally depicted as a two-dimensional, humorously over-the-top villain trying to kidnap Princess Bubblegum on a regular basis, the character's personality was subsequently expanded, revealing him to be a kind-hearted but misunderstood old man with completely twisted senses of morality and social behavior , suffering from loneliness and memory loss. Later seasons unveil his tragic backstory, revealing he was once a good human named Simon Petrikov who lost his mind, memories and loved ones due to the magic crown giving him his ice powers, but afterwards in the finale episode " Come Along with Me ", Ice King regains his memory after being attacked by GOLB. Ice King is a frequent antagonist and occasional ally of Finn and Jake who kidnaps princesses throughout to forcefully marry them, Princess Bubblegum being his usual target. When he briefly had a wife, he actually treated her with great care and love. Whenever he kidnaps princesses, he treats them with care and respect. Aside from the actual imprisonment, their only protests seem to be that they don't like him and he occasionally could become possessive and slightly creepy. Despite rarely meaning harm, Ice King is still potentially very dangerous due to his power and his unstable mind which warps his sense of morality and socially acceptable behavior.