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Black Cat Goes Retro with this Marvel Legends Figure

Out in November, Black Cat joins the Spider-Man Retro Marvel Legends collection. The 6″ figure comes equipped with a whip and black cat of her own.

You can pre-order the figure now which retails for $20.99.


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Super-Articulate: Marvel Legends Age of Apocalypse

Marvel Legends: Age of Apocalypse

Greetings! We’re still playing catch-up here, but I did hold off long enough for my deluxe Apocalypse to arrive so that we could include him with the wave that bears his name. Let’s get into it.

What is the Age of Apocalypse?: For those that don’t know, The Age of Apocalypse was a massive 1995 crossover in the X-books, spreading through roughly 45 issues (including the LegionQuest prelude). When Legion went back in time to kill Magneto (perceiving that such an act would help his father, Professor X), he accidentally killed his father. The timeline radically shifted, and the regular X-titles were replaced for four months with various AoA books. While the timeline was righted at the end of the story, the AoA has been revisited in a 2014 series and in the Secret Wars event. With AoA giving us some radically different versions of characters, it’s a natural for producing figures; the original Toy Biz line of the ‘90s did a few of the characters. The Marvel Legends line has done four AoA characters previously: Weapon X (Wolverine), Sabretooth, Sunfire (as an exclusive) and, much more recently, Blink. Here’s a look at the most recent assortment, the Sugar Man Build-A-Figure, and the deluxe AoA Apocalypse.

X-Man: X-Man is one of my favorites of the bunch, in part because the little details are right. He has a somewhat complicated costume in terms of deco, but it looks great. The real winner is the power-effect piece constructed for his eye to mimic that flare that occurs when he uses his powers in the comics. That’s that extra bit of effort that puts the figure over the top. My only quibble is that the figure has weirdly small feet, which makes it a bit harder to stand in some poses.

Morph: Morph was one of the breakout characters of the original comic stories, and he got to carry on after that crossover in Exiles. The face here is excellent, totally capturing the fun-loving personality of the shape-shifting character. Morph has kind of an interesting history, as his resurrection and inclusion in the series was inspired by the popularity of a different version of Morph from the ­X-Men animated series (who was based on the Changeling character who a brief antagonist and brief ally of the team in the 1960s). The costume details are right on and the colors pop. It’s a fun figure.

Jean Grey: Jean is probably my least favorite of the bunch, but only because she’s a little vanilla. It’s a good sculpt, and well-done, but it pales against strong entries in the group.

Weapon X: This take on Weapon X is superior in every way to the earlier version. This head sculpt with the crazy hair is fantastic. He’s short, which Wolverine is supposed to be, and the hand accessories are tremendous. In the comics, Wolverine wore the cap over a severed hand, but a late surprise showed that he claws on that arm still worked as they came busting out of the cap. Hasbro gave you both the cap and the claws-extended-cap, which is great. The figure’s short stature looks even better next to Apocalypse. Rock-solid entry.

Sunfire: This was a fan-favorite design for the books, and the design team nailed it in the sculpt. Yes, a version existed before, but this is excellent. The flame effects, the molding, and the paint job are great. The power effects are a nice boost to the overall look. This is one of my favorites from the group; it’s a striking figure.

Wild Child: Poor Wild Child was made in the 1990s Toy Biz line, but only as a dinky sidekick figure to the regularly-sized Sabretooth. He gets much more due here. The crazy, feral face-sculpt is great, and I like that they worked hard to make him thin and wiry as in the comics. The chain accessory is comic appropriate, and I photographed him with the earlier figure for his “handler,” Sabretooth. If there’s another wave, I hope they update Sabretooth, as I think this figure will stand out more with an appropriately scaled Victor Creed companion.

Dark Beast: The Toy Biz Dark Beast was comically oversized with a face-sculpt that looked more like an orc that a sinister Hank McCoy. This figure (still big, but better) is a vast improvement, especially in the face. This figure has a terrific evil expression. There’s some tremendous detail in the hair, too. The metal finish on the pants comes off well against the gray fur body, too. I wasn’t sure how I’d feel about this one when it was announced, but in person, it’s great.


Sugar Man BAF: The gross, four-armed Sugar Man debuted as a new character in AoA, and Toy Biz did an oversized figure of him as well. However, that was more appropriate to the character, and Hasbro kept that in mind for the BAF. He’s huge. And ugly. And pretty awesome. This is a great realization of the BAF concept, breaking expectations with a design that took a lot of thought and original pieces to produce. It’s a pretty awesome thing to see on a shelf; it’s a really unique piece. (And that tongue, man; hilarious). Great job by all involved.


Apocalypse: I like Hasbro’s commitment to making larger-sized figures in separate, deluxe boxing. Apocalypse is big. Really big. Especially when you match him up to Weapon X.  Both of the included head sculpts are equally strong; you’re going to have to make your own call on “angry” or “maniacal laugh.” The cape attaches well, and the skull accessory (which can be cradled in an interchangeable open hand) is fun. I like the strategy of using the deluxe program to make bigger figures that would succeed easily on their own while using the BAFs to support other characters.

I know that there was some fan grumbling (shocking, I know) about this sub-line, but I liked it a lot. There are some great sculpts here, and it gives an added dimension to displays. I wouldn’t mind seeing more; I’m personally more invested in House of X/Powers of X getting filled out, as well as classic rosters for teams like X-Force (Rictor, Siryn, Feral) and Excalibur (Shadowcat, Meggan, Phoenix II). That’s my take; what do you think?

Hasbro PulseCon Reveals New Marvel Figures

At Hasbro’s first ever PulseCon, the toy and game company revealed numerous new Marvel toys that are on their way in the coming months and can be pre-ordered now! Check out what you can add to your collection.

MARVEL LEGENDS SERIES 6-INCH HELLFIRE CLUB GUARD Figure

 (HASBRO/Ages 4 years & up/Approx. Retail Price: $14.99/Available: Fall 2020)

Fans, collectors, and kids alike can enjoy this MARVEL LEGENDS SERIES 6-INCH HELLFIRE CLUB GUARD Figure, inspired by the HELLFIRE GUARD characters from the MARVEL comics. This quality 6-inch figure features premium design, detail, and multiple points of articulation for poseability and display in a MARVEL collection. Includes figure and 2 accessories. Available for pre-order at Hasbro Pulse (US & Canada only).

MARVEL LEGENDS SERIES 6-INCH MARVEL’S SILK Figure

(HASBRO/Ages 4 years & up/Approx. Retail Price: $19.99/Available: Fall 2020)

Fans, collectors, and kids alike can enjoy this MARVEL LEGENDS SERIES 6-INCH MARVEL’S SILK Figure, inspired by the character from the MARVEL comics. This quality 6-inch figure features premium design, detail, and multiple points of articulation for posing and display in a MARVEL collection. Includes figure and 7 accessories. Available for pre-order at Hasbro Pulse (US & Canada only).

MARVEL LEGENDS SERIES AVENGERS: ENDGAME MARVEL’S STORMBREAKER ELECTRONIC AXE

(HASBRO/Ages 18 years & up/Approx. Retail Price: $149.99/Available: Fall 2020)

When fans and collectors wield the MARVEL LEGENDS SERIES AVENGERS: ENDGAME MARVEL’S STORMBREAKER ELECTRONIC AXE, they can imagine the adventures of the ASGARDIAN THOR, son of ODIN. Fans and collectors alike can imagine charging into battle when they activate exciting thunder sound FX with the push of a button. Includes axe and instructions. Requires 2 1.5V AAA batteries, not included. Available for pre-order at Hasbro Pulse (US & Canada only), Amazon, GameStop, Big Bad Toy Store, Dorkside Toys, Entertainment Earth, and Best Buy.

MARVEL LEGENDS SERIES 6-INCH GAMERVERSE ATMOSPHERE IRON MAN Figure

(HASBRO/Ages 4 years & up/Approx. Retail Price: $19.99/Available: Fall 2020)

Fans, collectors, and kids alike can enjoy this MARVEL LEGENDS SERIES 6-INCH GAMERVERSE ATMOSPHERE IRON MAN Figure, inspired by the character from the MARVEL’S AVENGERS video game. This quality 6-Inch figure features premium design, detail, and articulation for high poseability and display in a MARVEL collection. Includes figure, 3 accessories, and 1 Build-A-Figure part. Available for pre-order at Hasbro Pulse (US & Canada only), Amazon, Walmart, GameStop, Big Bad Toy Store, Dorkside Toys, Entertainment Earth, and Best Buy.

MARVEL LEGENDS SERIES 6-INCH GAMERVERSE STEALTH CAPTAIN AMERICA Figure

(HASBRO/Ages 4 years & up/Approx. Retail Price: $19.99/Available: Fall 2020)

Kids, fans, and collectors alike can enjoy this MARVEL LEGENDS SERIES 6-INCH GAMERVERSE STEALTH CAPTAIN AMERICA Figure, inspired by the character from the MARVEL’S AVENGERS video game. This quality 6-Inch figure features premium design, detail, and articulation for high poseability and display in a MARVEL collection. Includes figure, 4 accessories, and 1 Build-A-Figure part. Available for pre-order at Hasbro Pulse (US & Canada only), Amazon, Walmart, GameStop, Big Bad Toy Store, Dorkside Toys, Entertainment Earth, and Best Buy.

MARVEL LEGENDS SERIES 6-INCH MARVEL’S FALCON Figure

(HASBRO/Ages 4 years & up/Approx. Retail Price: $19.99/Available: Fall 2020)

Fans, collectors, and kids alike can enjoy this MARVEL LEGENDS SERIES 6-INCH MARVEL’S FALCON Figure, inspired by MARVEL comics. This quality 6-Inch figure features premium design, detail, and articulation for high poseability and display in a MARVEL collection. Includes figure, 2 accessories, and 1 Build-A-Figure part. Available for pre-order at Hasbro Pulse (US & Canada only), Amazon, Walmart, GameStop, Big Bad Toy Store, Dorkside Toys, Entertainment Earth, and Best Buy.

MARVEL LEGENDS SERIES 6-INCH JOCASTA Figure

(HASBRO/Ages 4 years & up/Approx. Retail Price: $19.99/Available: Fall 2020)

Fans, collectors, and kids alike can enjoy this MARVEL LEGENDS SERIES 6-INCH JOCASTA Figure, inspired by the character from the MARVEL comics. This quality 6-Inch figure features premium design, detail, and articulation for high poseability and display in a MARVEL collection. Includes figure, 2 accessories, and 1 Build-A-Figure part. Available for pre-order at Hasbro Pulse (US & Canada only), Amazon, Walmart, GameStop, Big Bad Toy Store, Dorkside Toys, Entertainment Earth, and Best Buy.

MARVEL LEGENDS SERIES 6-INCH MARVEL’S KANG Figure

(HASBRO/Ages 4 years & up/Approx. Retail Price: $19.99/Available: Fall 2020)

Fans, collectors, and kids alike can enjoy this MARVEL LEGENDS SERIES 6-INCH MARVEL’S KANG Figure, inspired by the character from the MARVEL comics. This quality 6-Inch figure features premium design, detail, and articulation for high poseability and display in a MARVEL collection. Includes figure, 4 accessories, and 1 Build-A-Figure part. Available for pre-order at Hasbro Pulse (US & Canada only), Amazon, Walmart, GameStop, Big Bad Toy Store, Dorkside Toys, Entertainment Earth, and Best Buy.

MARVEL LEGENDS SERIES 6-INCH MARVEL’S THUNDERSTRIKE Figure

(HASBRO/Ages 4 years & up/Approx. Retail Price: $19.99/Available: Fall 2020) Fans, collectors, and kids alike can enjoy this MARVEL LEGENDS SERIES 6-INCH MARVEL’S THUNDERSTRIKE Figure, inspired by the character from the MARVEL comics. This quality 6-Inch figure features premium design, detail, and articulation for high poseability and display in a MARVEL collection. Includes figure, 2 accessories, and 1 Build-A-Figure part. Available for pre-order at Hasbro Pulse (US & Canada only), Amazon, Walmart, GameStop, Big Bad Toy Store, Dorkside Toys, Entertainment Earth, and Best Buy.


If you collect this latest wave of Marvel Legends, you’ll get all of the parts to create Joe Fixit!

Hasbro Goes Retro with a Marvel Legends 3.75-inch Figure Line

Hasbro is going back in time with a “retro” Marvel Legends figure line featuring Iron Man, Black Panther, Spider-Man, and more! The figures will be up for pre-order on Hasbro Pulse starting Friday 9/25 at 5pm EST.

The figures feature retro-inspired individual blister cards and five points of articulation.

MARVEL LEGENDS RETRO 3.75 CAPTAIN AMERICA & BLACK PANTHER Figure 2-Pack

 (HASBRO/Ages 4 years & up/Approx. Retail Price: $19.99/Available: Fall 2020)

Fans, collectors, and kids alike can enjoy this MARVEL LEGENDS RETRO 3.75 CAPTAIN AMERICA & BLACK PANTHER Figure 2-Pack, inspired by the characters from the MARVEL comics. These 3.75-inch figures on individual blister cards have premium design, detail, and five points of articulation for posing and display in a MARVEL collection. Includes 2 figures. Available for pre-order at Hasbro Pulse.

MARVEL LEGENDS RETRO 3.75 IRON MAN & MARVEL’S CYCLOPS Figure 2-Pack

(HASBRO/Ages 4 years & up/Approx. Retail Price: $19.99/Available: Fall 2020)

Fans, collectors, and kids alike can enjoy this MARVEL LEGENDS RETRO 3.75 IRON MAN & MARVEL’S CYCLOPS Figure 2-Pack, inspired by the characters from the MARVEL comics. These 3.75-inch figures on individual blister cards have premium design, detail, and five points of articulation for posing and display in a MARVEL collection. Includes 2 figures. Available for pre-order at Hasbro Pulse.

MARVEL LEGENDS RETRO 3.75 SPIDER-MAN & MARVEL’S ELECTRO Figure 2-Pack

(HASBRO/Ages 4 years & up/Approx. Retail Price: $19.99/Available: Fall 2020) Fans, collectors, and kids alike can enjoy this MARVEL LEGENDS RETRO 3.75 SPIDER-MAN & MARVEL’S ELECTRO Figure 2-Pack, inspired by the characters from the MARVEL comics. These 3.75-inch figures on individual blister cards have premium design, detail, and five points of articulation for posing and display in a MARVEL collection. Includes 2 figures. Available for pre-order at Hasbro Pulse.

Super-Articulate: Marvel Legends Catch-up with FF and Exclusive Black Widow

Greetings, humans! I’m still playing COVID-catch-up and there’s more ground to cover, especially when new Legends, Black Series, and more are primed to hit in the very near future. First, some shopping details . . .

The Land of Pre-Orders: The Marvel Legends Stepford Cuckoos, previously a Walgreens exclusive, are now up for a January pre-order at Big Bad Toy Store. A number of new McFarlane Toys DCU figures just went up for pre-order at various outlets. I just received my ML Moon Knight from Walgreens that I pre-ordered four months ago, review pending. Backing is now closed for the enormously successful HasLabs ML Sentinel. A whole slew of Star Wars Black Series and Vintage Series figures just got posted across channels as well. Budget mightily, my friends.

Walmart Exclusive Marvel Legends Black Widow: God, how I loathe Walmart, Target, and Walgreens exclusives. I can’t think of ANYONE in the fan community that likes the mechanisms. Sure, some of the figures are great, but at this point, Hasbro is risking alienating fans when they have their own perfectly fine delivery system with Hasbro Pulse. I have ZERO complaints about my numerous Pulse orders. I have nothing BUT complaints about every exclusive I’ve obtained (or tried and failed to obtain) from the other outlets. I pre-ordered this particular figure from Walmart, had it cancelled, tried again, had it failed, and finally said f— it and got it on eBay for several more bucks that I wanted to pay.

The main reason that I wanted this Black Widow is that it’s finally doing Natasha in the Frank Miller design that she also wore during her ‘90s tenure in the Avengers as team leader. I really enjoyed a lot of those stories, and since I do shelves based on decades or particular line-ups, this was a must-have for me. Overall, the figure is great. The sculpt is solid, the jacket is well-done, and the hair is perfect. I also enjoy the various accessory pieces for the Widow’s Sting/Bite bracelets, particularly the “smoking gun” versions. I’m lukewarm on the jetpack, but it’s just one in a solid bunch of value-adds. I like the figure a lot, but I wish that it would have come from Pulse or a dependable exclusive partner, like Entertainment Earth.

Marvel Legends Fantastic Four Super-Skrull BAF assortment

Ah, the Super-Skrull. Previously done one time in the somewhat hard-to-find now FF waves that were ML adjacent, he became a much requested figure over time. His presence as the BAF in this group was the tipping point for me, as someone that has a couple of solid runs of FF figures. Let’s cover the six individual figures, and then Super-Skrull.

Mister Fantastic: The new FF figures take their visual inspiration from the art of the terrific Sara Pichelli, who began her run on the team with the new #1 in 2018. I really like her darker take on the costumes and other elements. The latest figures themselves have a lot of carryover from the Walgreens wave of a couple of years ago (which were MUCH easier to find), but there are enough new bits to make them a separate entity. My favorite thing about Reed here is that they finally gave us a bearded Reed. I think that the stretchy fingers are a little bit, well, silly, but it’s a new twist on stretching accessories, so I can dig it.

Invisible Woman: The figure itself feels a bit slight, almost too thin. However, the head sculpt is great and there’s a tremendous accessory in terms of the invisible shield. Honestly, I’m struck  by how much the figure just looks like Sue. I might prefer the Walgreens version to this one; overall it’s good figure that is just overshadowed by other pieces in the line.

Human Torch: The “human” Johnny instead of a fully “Flame On!” Johnny was a good idea, as where the various flame accessories. The hands were well-considered, and the trails of fire look great in a display. It’s hard to give an action figure a cocky attitude, but they managed to do that with the face sculpt. I found this to be really strong work.

The Thing: The big guy is massive. The body is pretty much the same as the Walgreens version, but I do really like the grumpy face. This is a full-on “It’s Clobberin’ Time!” take on Ben that I really enjoy. I think that the rocky surface detail work and the paint wash are really well done, adding some nuance where he could have just been a big, orange, well, thing. I also find the figure to be more poseable that I expected, given its size.

Savage She-Hulk: This is the modern take on the “Savage” She-Hulk that we began to see regularly with the Jason Aaron and Ed McGuinness run of Avengers that began in 2018. Of course, Shulkie has a distinguished history with the FF, too. I like this figure more than I expected to, but it’s just not a favorite for me. I like the hair effects, but it feels like the design team trended a little more “sexy” on the body than the slightly more “muscly” look we see in McGuinness’s art.

Doctor Doom: Doom is great, full-stop. I like everything about this take on Doom, and he was the other tipping-point for me to get this wave. The mask and the visible eyes are perfect. Also, the clutching hand is key, in my opinion. Everything about this figure just nails DOOM for me. The cape is very well-done, and the notion of including two different heads with different interpretations of the hooded look is right on. This is peak Doom.

Super-Skrull: No pun intended, but this is one fantastic BAF. I went with the smiling head because, damn, that’s a great expression. I love that we got two arm options; I went with both powered arms. This is a much better treatment than the worst take, and worthy of a long-serving, and fan-favorite, character. This is one of the times that I see the figure and just think, “That’s it; that’s the character.” It’s not a HUGE build-a-figure, but’s it’s an incredibly well-considered use of the BAF idea, and the extra limbs and head are icing. It’s a strong and sensible use of the slot, and it just looks great. Like I said, this was the main driver in me getting the set, and I am not disappointed.

That’s all for now, kids. I’ll be back extremely soon with take on the ML Age of Apocalypse assortment, as well as the Walgreens Exclusive Moon Knight. We’ve got new Star Wars coming in soon, as well as that X-Force/Strong Guy line-up. Thanks for reading.

Rogue and Pyro Marvel Legends 2-Pack is Available for Pre-Order

Rogue and Pyro are coming to Hasbro‘s Marvel Legends line in a 2-pack that retails for $49.99 and out in October. Why these two together? Both were members of the Brotherhood of Evil Mutants before leaving the group for various reasons.

You can pre-order yours now from Entertainment Earth, Hasbro Pulse, and other retailers.


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Those Two Geeks Episode Seventy Five: The Marvel Legends We Wish We Could Get

Alex and Joe intend to talk about some old news before launching into a list of ten Marvel Legends figures they wish/hope will be announced eventually.

As always, Alex and Joe can be found on twitter respectively @karcossa and @jcb_smark if you feel the need to tell them they’re wrong individually, or @those2geeks if you want to yell at them together on twitter, or by email at ItsThose2Geeks@gmail.com.

Super-Articulate: Catching Up on Marvel Legends with Beast, Rage and more

Greetings, lovers of plastic! I return with the beginning of a long catch-up on Marvel Legends. In short order after this installment, I’ll be hitting the FF Super-Skrull BAF wave and the Age of Apocalypse wave. Until then, let’s start with . . .

HASLAB SENTINEL: Holy crap, kids. No, I probably won’t get it. And yet, everything that Hasbro is packing into this guy looks amazing. The alternate Master Mold and damaged heads, the Bastion, the female Prime Sentinel . . .they’re putting in a lot for the $350. If you can afford it, you still have plenty of time (until before August 24) to get in on it.

Beast Fan Channel Exclusive: I know there were a lot of mixed feelings about this one, with people not being satisfied with the heads, etc., but I think it’s fun. I decided to shelve it with my ‘60s/’70s Avengers. Yes, Beast wasn’t the gray by the time he got on the roster, but it’s still from the era, and I just thought it looked kind of cool along with Hellcat, Black Knight, and so on. I really would like a hairless X-Factor-costumed Beast someday to complement the X-Factor Cyclops, but I have to say that I enjoy this figure.

Iron Man 2020 (Walgreens Exclusive): Ah, Walgreens . . . you continue to bedevil me. Still haven’t seen a Stepford Cuckoo in the wild, but I did grab Arno Stark. This was more out of nostalgia and the original Machine Man mini that anything else, but I have to say that a) I’ve always liked the shoulder-gear design and b) I really like the power effects. If one of the prime functions of a collectible figure is to just look cool, this one checks that box for me.

Rage: Hey! Another New Warrior! Finally! Yes, I’m well aware that Rage was an Avenger, but the New Warriors feels like his home to me. While I definitely think that ML needs to pick up the pace on the Warriors (seriously, why no Firestar after all this time?), I’m glad to see that Rage finally made it out. I feel like the creative team did an especially fine job here, particularly with the expression. The sheer size of this guy is great, and he looks appropriately big next to Night Thraser and the original Nova. A big winner for me.

Mach-1: I was a big fan of the original Thunderbolts, so more team progress is great in my book. I always liked Mark Bagley’s Mach-1 design, and I think that the figure captures it really well. The metallized paint apps are pretty great. This is one of those figures that’s a fairly exact representation of the character as presented in the comics. I think it looks even better with Citizen V and Songbird than Rage does with the other two (sorry; just my feeling). I’d like to see Atlas get the BAF treatment, perhaps in a ‘90s-centric wave that makes him an appropriate choice. As it is, it’s great to see another classic Thunderbolt make the cut and get on the shelf.

Talk to me, people. What have you been picking up, if anything? What are you most looking forward to? Guesses on Virtual SDCC reveals? Let’s talk.

Marvel Legends X-Men 20th Anniversary Figures are Available for Pre-Order

At Toy Fair, Hasbro revealed new Marvel Legends celebrating 20 years of X-Men films. They’re now available for pre-order so you can recreate your favorite scenes from the films.

MARVEL LEGENDS SERIES 6-INCH WOLVERINE Figure (jacket)

(HASBRO/Ages 14 years & up/Approx. Retail Price: $24.99/Available: Fall 2020)

Purchase: Hasbro PulseEntertainment Earth

MARVEL LEGENDS SERIES 6-INCH WOLVERINE Figure (jacket)

MARVEL LEGENDS SERIES 6-INCH MYSTIQUE Figure

(HASBRO/Ages 14 years & up/Approx. Retail Price: $24.99/Available: Fall 2020)

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MARVEL LEGENDS SERIES 6-INCH MYSTIQUE Figure

MARVEL LEGENDS SERIES 6-INCH PROFESSOR X & MAGNETO 2-PACK

(HASBRO/Ages 14 years & up/Approx. Retail Price: $49.99/Available: Fall 2020)

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Hasbro’s HasLab Launches the Marvel Legends Sentinel Figure

The HasLab Marvel Legends Series X-Men Marvel’s Sentinel Figure is the first-ever Marvel HasLab project and the largest Marvel Legends figure to date.

Standing at 26.3-inches tall, this figure’s frame is comprised of 260 individual pieces and features LED lights in the head and chest areas and 72 points of articulation – 20 in each hand alone. Requires 2x AAA batteries, not included. The figure includes an 18-inch Sentinel “tentacle” accessory and a Marvel Legends Series 6-INCH BASTION Figure with 6-inch alternate Sentinel Prime head.

It’s available for purchase on Hasbro Pulse from July 10, 2020 – August 24, 2020 @ 11:59pm ET. Purchases can be made through Hasbro Pulse in the U.S. & Canada, as well as select participating retailers internationally. Check your local retailer for more information.

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