Hasbro Marvel Legends Series Zabu Build-a-Figure Wave Pre-order

Hasbro Marvel Legends Series Zabu Build-a-Figure Wave Pre-order


toynewman - February 22, 2024
The Hasbro Marvel Legends Series Zabu Build-a-Figure Wave featuring Ikaris, Black Winter (Thor), Marvel's Cable, Ka-Zar, Wolfsbane, Red Widow and Superior Iron Man with Marvel's Zabu Build-A-Figure Wave is available for pre-order from our sponsors BigBadToyStore.com and Entertainment Earth as well as Amazon!
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since83 - 2024-04-12 @ 2:54 pm

Not to speak for anyone, but I think there may be a little confusion about comments here. There are several pics of various figures of this set in different posts that all have the same Comment thread. I think you are talking about 2 different figures here.

Mommar - 2024-04-12 @ 1:47 pm
On 4/12/2024 at 5:47 AM, raziel0203 said:

While I don't think I'll be picking this one up, it's a bit to niche for my collection, I have to admit that this is an amazing looking figure. I love the hair detail and the color scheme. It all works really well! Kudos to Hasbro for killing it on this one!

His primary 90's costume is niche?

raziel0203 - 2024-04-12 @ 11:47 am

While I don't think I'll be picking this one up, it's a bit to niche for my collection, I have to admit that this is an amazing looking figure. I love the hair detail and the color scheme. It all works really well! Kudos to Hasbro for killing it on this one!

raziel0203 - 2024-04-12 @ 11:46 am

I've been on the fence a bit with the figure. It's a gorgeous figure, no doubt but I really like the 90's Cable I have that came out a number of years ago. In all honesty, I'll probably end up picking this one up just because of how amazing it looks and making it work!

MeGrimlock78 - 2024-04-11 @ 11:48 pm
On 4/11/2024 at 6:04 PM, AndyL said:

Randy Green is one of my fave GOAT's as far as Marvel artists go but much like Larry Stroman his time with the company was mired by terrible inkers. Well maybe not terrible inkers but certainly mismatched let's just say. In Green's case Scott Hanna made his work look blocky and angular which made it look extremely derivative of other younger and overly dynamic artists of the day like Joe Madureira and Humberto Ramos. His pencil sketches and self finished work is amazing though. He has a way of making beautiful images out of very simplistic lines.

But in this case I don't think it's based of RG's work. Green's Cable had some distinct details on his collar and knee pads and shoulder straps that differ from this version. To me this looks like Hasbro trying to direct redo and also outdo the Toybiz version just by the look of the uniform they used and the detailing on his metal arm. Of course without the additional shoulder armor or the aircycle because of budget. But I could be wrong but this is a great looking figure either way.

True true, the costume doesn't match at all...guess I'm eating my hat!

But I still think the face matches Randy's art:

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AndyL - 2024-04-11 @ 10:04 pm
On 4/11/2024 at 12:58 PM, MeGrimlock78 said:

Cable lookimg grizzled!

If they didn't use Randy Greene artwork as a basis for this, I'll eat my hat.

Randy Green is one of my fave GOAT's as far as Marvel artists go but much like Larry Stroman his time with the company was mired by terrible inkers. Well maybe not terrible inkers but certainly mismatched let's just say. In Green's case Scott Hanna made his work look blocky and angular which made it look extremely derivative of other younger and overly dynamic artists of the day like Joe Madureira and Humberto Ramos. His pencil sketches and self finished work is amazing though. He has a way of making beautiful images out of very simplistic lines.

But in this case I don't think it's based of RG's work. Green's Cable had some distinct details on his collar and knee pads and shoulder straps that differ from this version. To me this looks like Hasbro trying to direct redo and also outdo the Toybiz version just by the look of the uniform they used and the detailing on his metal arm. Of course without the additional shoulder armor or the aircycle because of budget. But I could be wrong but this is a great looking figure either way.

MeGrimlock78 - 2024-04-11 @ 5:58 pm

Cable lookimg grizzled!

If they didn't use Randy Greene artwork as a basis for this, I'll eat my hat.

toynewman - 2024-04-11 @ 4:42 pm

Shown below via Dan Yun is an in-package look at the new Marvel Legend Series Build-a-Figure Zabu Cable Figure from Hasbro. You can purchase this figure from our sponsors BigBadToyStore.com and Entertainment Earth with suggested retail price of $24.99.

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ADour - 2024-04-08 @ 3:17 pm
On 4/8/2024 at 10:31 AM, tarot said:

the thing is, both the silver and the white are correct. This is just the case of different artist coloring it differently.

I wouldn't say that they're both correct because they were both used. Artists that colored it silver colored it right, artists that colored it white colored it wrong. Here's the design sheet for reference:

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since83 - 2024-04-08 @ 2:01 pm
On 4/8/2024 at 8:31 AM, tarot said:

the thing is, both the silver and the white are correct. This is just the case of different artist coloring it differently.

You're definitely correct. I'm lookin at a bunch of covers. That silver mock up ADour did does pop a little for me though. But it seems split down the middle on color artists as far as the covers go.

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