Hasbro Haslab Marvel Legends Series Giant Man Prototype Images

Hasbro Haslab Marvel Legends Series Giant Man Prototype Images


toynewman - September 30, 2023
Shown below via stalldwight is a look at the protype for the new Hasbro Marvel Legends 60th Anniversary Giant-Man Haslab which shows the great range of motion for the figure and boasts a suggested retail price of $199.99. The Giant-Man (24-inches Tall) base offering needs 10,000 backer orders to begin production. Orders beyond that will help unlock tiers that enhance your Giant-Man figure and display. It currently has 5,441 backers as of this posting.

Other official info:

12,000 backers is needed to unlock Giant-Man enhancement #1, a ghoulish display mode!

Tier 1: Marvel Zombies Faceplate

Turn your hero into a horror with the Giant-Man zombie faceplate, inspired by the Marvel Zombies comics! Bring the insatiable hunger of zombified Giant-Man to your shelf for a head-turning, brain eating display.

14,000 backers is needed to unlock Giant-Man enhancement #2, an otherworldly look!

Tier 2: Secret Invasion Skrull Head

Alternate head transforms figure into Skrull Giant-Man, inspired by the Secret Invasion comics story. Display Giant-Man as a giant Skrull to imagine the shapeshifter wreaking havoc on Earth.

From the laboratory that created Pym Particles and the android Ultron, & the crowdfunding program that brought you Sentinel and Galactus, comes a larger-than-life Avenger. Pym Labs partners with HasLab for the biggest Super Hero to hit the Marvel Legends Series: Giant-Man!

In honor of Marvel Comics' 60th anniversary of the Avengers, we are proud to present one of the original members of the first Avengers team. In 6-inch Hasbro Marvel Legends Series scale, Hank Pym is 24-inch tall Giant-Man.

This crowdfunded project will run from September 8, 2023, to 11:59pm ET on October 23, 2023 and requires 10,000 backer orders to begin production. If successful, the project will begin shipping around Fall 2024.

24-inch-tall Giant-Man design is inspired by character's appearance in Marvel comic books

Features 91 total points of articulation, including 29 points in each hand

Giant-Man figure has intricate design and premium deco

Ultra-articulated figure is fully poseable for the ultimate shelf display

Comes with 2 alternate face plates to display with different facial expressions

60 Years of Giant-Man

For 60 years, Hank Pym has been Marvel Comics' resident inventor. As the inventor of Pym Particles, he's fought dangers of all sizes as the tiny-but-mighty Ant-Man and larger-than-life Giant-Man. In 1963 Pym co-founded the Avengers team and was one of the original members of Earth's Mightiest Heroes, alongside his wife Janet Van Dyne (aka The Wasp), Iron Man, Hulk, and Thor.

Add to Your Classic Avengers Collection

Add Giant-Man to your collection of classic comic book Avengers! Giant-Man in his retro-inspired 1963 costume joins other classic Avengers team members, such as Iron Man, Hulk, Thor, and Captain America. These iconic heroes represent classic members of the greatest Super Hero team on Earth. (Additional figures each sold separately. Subject to availability.)

Marvel Legends Series Biggest Hero Yet

This massive, fully articulated Marvel Legends figure stands at an impressive 24-inches tall, in line with the 6-inch Marvel Legends scale. Giant-Man is the tallest hero yet designed for the Marvel Legends line and the perfect compliment to the even the most impressive Avengers collection.

All-New Sculpt and Premium Design

Inspired by the classic Jack Kirby Giant-Man design, this item has an entirely new sculpt and premium deco. To really pop on your shelves, figure has his iconic red and blue outfit, silver belt, and fine detailing designed to look like leather seams and spandex texture.

Inventing the Inventor

When it came to concepts for the next Marvel Legends HasLab, we knew that what fans needed was to complete the most iconic and mightiest team on Earth -- the Avengers. In honor of the 60th anniversary, we looked to the original team of Marvel Comics Avengers. This figure is inspired by Giant-Man's first comic appearance in Tales to Astonish #49 (1963), with details that pay homage to his long comic history and history with the Avengers.

Big Expressions with Faceplate Accessories

Display this expressive Marvel Legends Series figure with 2 alternate faceplate pieces. Figure has a stoic expression, which can be swapped out for either a smiling faceplate or angry faceplate. Multiple looks fit a multitude of poses and display scenarios.

Most Poseable Large-Scale Figure

Giant-Man has 91 points of articulation and is fully poseable, making it the ultimate display piece for the collector's shelf.
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Reno - 2023-10-27 @ 4:30 pm

I ordered a 2nd one during that final half hour when it looked like we would hit 14,000 - but with this news I'm almost certainly going to cancel that 2nd order. I was waiting to see what they'd say about it today. They allow up to Nov 22 to cancel. I'll wait to see if they address publicly during the podcast. I don't doubt Tarot at all, but I want to see if they offer any other details. Quite frankly "maybe" releasing it later wouldn't appeal to me because if I cancel then I won't have a 2nd body to use anyway. Now if they were willing to openly commit to doing so then I would keep that 2nd order - but I'm not going to do so for a "maybe". My plan had been to have regular Giant Man, Skrull Giant-Man and just a severed Zombie Giant Man head in my displays.

AndyL - 2023-10-27 @ 4:06 pm
On 10/27/2023 at 10:31 AM, GnarlyCharlie85 said:

Im guessing it must of been something like 1000+ or ot least hundreds that cancelled their orders. Otherwise they might of gave it to us.

I'll maintain that there was something really fishy about this Haslab. From the crazy stall to the massive gains to the fact that they produced a Prototype even when the numbers didn't look good to now all these shady cancelations. Something seems like the fix was in from day one and this was just a test run of some sort for Hasbro. Not that I'm not stoked. I got my Giant Man. I don't plan on canceling. And I have no regret. I don't claim to know if something went down but it's just really strange.

GnarlyCharlie85 - 2023-10-27 @ 3:31 pm

Im guessing it must of been something like 1000+ or ot least hundreds that cancelled their orders. Otherwise they might of gave it to us.

JayC - 2023-10-27 @ 3:23 pm
On 10/27/2023 at 11:20 AM, frozentenderloin said:

You are able to cancel Haslab orders? I assumed that once it closed you were locked into is since it is a made to order figure.

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frozentenderloin - 2023-10-27 @ 3:20 pm

You are able to cancel Haslab orders? I assumed that once it closed you were locked into is since it is a made to order figure.

Hossman - 2023-10-27 @ 3:16 pm

The Skrull stretch goal is a whole head, not just the faceplate on that one.

AndyL - 2023-10-27 @ 3:02 pm

This might be an opportunity for Hasbro to include it in a future multi pack where ther are a few updates of figures on older bodies with Skrull head sculpts. Or they could include it in another Giant Man related figure with the head sculpt rather than a BAF part.

JayC - 2023-10-27 @ 2:31 pm

Earlier this week the Marvel Legends Haslab campaign for Giant Man ended with 13,889 backers which put it just shy of unlocking the second stretch goal for the Skrull faceplate. To be exact it came up 111 backers shy of the 14k needed for that item to be included.Because it was so close to be unlocked, many have felt that perhaps Hasbro would just go on and include the faceplate as a thank you to those who backed the campaign. Well Tarot informs us that word out of MCM London is that Hasbro will not be including the Skrull faceplate due to cancellations they have gotten since it the campaign ended. No word what the new final count is with the cancellations.Hasbro did suggest we could see the faceplate released in some kind of future set, but that nothing was yet set in stone.

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Psychosomatic - 2023-10-27 @ 1:43 am
On 10/25/2023 at 11:07 AM, McHogan said:

Well after backing all Marvel offerings and taking the monetary hit for 3of them, I'd be ok if Hasbro either takes a break from Marvel Haslabs or offers something I can do without.

But to be honest, I wasn't going to buy the Sentinel until I did. Galactus was never a doubt, GR I really thought was cool but was immediately disheartened when the early bird bombed. Giant-Man was a day one backing.

My wallet needs a break since it's already been confirmed that one way or another the Avengers Anniversary is continuing.. the amount of $$$ spent on the Avengers within a short span was sweet torture but I wouldn't mind saving some next year too...

Damn, I sure hear that! Hasbro has been putting out so many on my must have list - Classic Comic versions of Ronan, Doctor Strange, Red Skull, Dormammu, Yondu, Blob, Powerman, Toad, Lizard, Drax, Ant-Man, Wonderman, The Orb, and now Giant-Man! And Wasp and Dum Dum Dugan next year?! Damn! Now, if I could get a Classic Adam Warlock, a Classic X-Men set, Marvel Monsters, Iron Fist, a proper Daredevil, Valkyrie, Mole Man, and Mephisto I would have all of my Absolute Must-Haves...anything else would just be icing on the cake.

McHogan - 2023-10-25 @ 6:07 pm

Well after backing all Marvel offerings and taking the monetary hit for 3of them, I'd be ok if Hasbro either takes a break from Marvel Haslabs or offers something I can do without.

But to be honest, I wasn't going to buy the Sentinel until I did. Galactus was never a doubt, GR I really thought was cool but was immediately disheartened when the early bird bombed. Giant-Man was a day one backing.

My wallet needs a break since it's already been confirmed that one way or another the Avengers Anniversary is continuing.. the amount of $$$ spent on the Avengers within a short span was sweet torture but I wouldn't mind saving some next year too...

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